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Know your PENSION PROCESS ROADMAP

Know your PENSION PROCESS ROADMAP PENSION PROCESS ROADMAP UPON ENTRY INTO SERVICE : Service Book in prescribed Format to be maintained to record eve

Indication of Aadhaar number in Pension papers of all employees: CPAO’s instructions to use revised Form 5 & 7
Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance to Central Government Civil Pensioners residing in areas not covered under CGHS
Identification / verification of additional documents produced by Defence Forces pensioners in absence of Aadhaar number: PCDA Circular No. 212

Know your PENSION PROCESS ROADMAP

PENSION PROCESS ROADMAP

UPON ENTRY INTO SERVICE : Service Book in prescribed Format to be maintained to record every step in your official life. It must contain Family Details and Nominations for Retirement/Death Gratuity and GPF.

EVERY YEAR: You must check your Service Book so as to verify correctness of entries made therein.

AFTER EIGHTEEN YEARS OF SERVICE: Issue of Service Verification Certificate of your Qualifying Service by Head of Office.

FIVE YEARS BEFORE RETIREMENT : Verification of your Qualifying Service,  five years before retirement by Head of Office.

ONE YEAR BEFORE RETIREMENT: 1. Head of Office should write to Directorate of Estate for issue of No Demand Certificate in respect of period of preceding eight months before the date of your retirement, in case you occupy or occupied Govt. Accommodation

2. In case of employees who have never occupied government accommodation, No Demand Certificate should be issued by the Administrative Authority concerned.

3. List of persons retiring in next one year is sent to the PAO by Head of Office.

NOT LATER THAN EIGHT MONTHS BEFORE RETIREMENT: Head of Office will issue you a certificate regarding length of Qualifying Service proposed to be admitted for purpose of pension and gratuity and as to emoluments and average emoluments for purpose of reckoning of retirement gratuity and pension for your acceptance. Head of Office will issue you Form 5 for completion.

NOT LATER THAN SIX MONTHS BEFORE RETIREMENT: You may submit objection with reason and relevant documents for non acceptance of qualifying service/emoluments communicated to you by Head of Office.

You may submit Form 5 duly completed in all respects to the Head of the Office. You may also exercise your option for commutation of pension in Form 5.

NOT LATER THAN THREE MONTHS BEFORE RETIREMENT: Head of Office shall ensure completion of Part-I of Form 7 and he shall forward the pension papers to the PAO.

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NOT LATER THAN THREE MONTHS BEFORE RETIREMENT: You may apply for commutation of pension in Form I-A to the Head of Office (if not applied for in Form 5) for onward transmission to the PAO. You may please ensure that your DDO has stopped making GPF recoveries in your case.

NOT LATER THAN TWO MONTHS BEFORE RETIREMENT: Head of Office shall communicate to the PAO, Govt dues recoverable from DCRG in your case.

ONE MONTH BEFORE RETIREMENT: After checking of your Pension case received from your Head of Office, Pay & Accounts Officer shall issue PPO & authority for Gratuity.

To know your dates of Retirement Process Roadmap go to: http://pensionersportal.gov.in/roadmap/road.asp

Set reminders or take a print of above roadmap and place it under table-glass for reminder:

Source: http://pensionersportal.gov.in

COMMENTS

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  • Satya+Pal+Sood 10 months ago

    I retired as Investigator (Statistics) on 31.01.2003 from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in the scale of Rs. 6500-200-10500 with Rs. 9900/- as last drwan pay. My pension was fixed at Rs. 4900/- w.e.f. 01.02.2003. My pension has been revised to Rs.29300/- as per seventh CPC. I have made a lots of representations to the said Ministry for revision of my pension as per Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare Office memornadum No. 38/33/12- P&PW(A) dated the 4th January, 2019 and 9th July, 2019, but all the times they have turned a deaf ear to all my requests.

  • Kirankumar 12 months ago

    Sir how many years will get family pension

  • Hony Capt KL Saini, Panchkula 8 years ago

    Dear Sir, SUVIGYA software is not functioning properly. I tried it many times, but it does not do its function well. KIndly do the needful to do it functional for the information of all Ex-servicemen. Thanking you.

  • Hony Capt KL Saini 8 years ago

    PCDA(P)software SUVIGYA is not functioning properly. I tried it many times but it is not calculating the penmsion of ESM properly. PLease do the needful so that it can be functional for the ESM. Thanking you.
    Hony Capt KIL Saini, Panchkula.

  • Hony Capt KL Saini 8 years ago

    Sir, I would like to know that Is an ex-serviceman who retired on 31-10-2008 is entitled to get the benefit of revised rate of pension wef 24-09-2012. Kindly inform the same for the information of many ESM. Thanks a lot.

    Hony Capt KL Saini, Panchkula

  • Hony Capt KL Saini 8 years ago

    Is a serviceman who retired on 31-10-2008, entitled to the benefit of pension revised w.e.f. 24-09-2012. Thanks a lot.

  • Hony Capt KL Saini 8 years ago

    We all ESM appreciate PCDA(P) efforts to place the important Circulars on the internet for each and every ESM. I would like to know that Is an ex-serviceman who retired on 31-10-2008 entitled to take the benefit of pension revised w.e.f. 24-09-2012. Thanks a lot.

  • if an employee dies and his dues are handed over to nominees after two or three months. Obviously the dues are in lakhs and were invested by the office. If the dues are to be paid with interest or the interest is calculated and restricted upto the date of death of employee?

  • Anonymous 8 years ago

    What is the procedure for fixing of basic pension for pre 2006 pensioners for doctors of central health services. Is nonpractising allowance which is part of basic pay cosidered for fixatio?

  • Anonymous 9 years ago

    Every retire govt employees suffering from economical hardship due to delayed starting of pension i.e. after three months from retirement which is inconvenience and unjustifiable. Can central govt implement the financial disbursement at an earliest?
    Dr. Pralhad R. Chavan

  • Anonymous 9 years ago

    After superannuation its taking at least 3 months period to start pension which inconvenience to retired govt employe. After retirement he is suffering poor economical circumstances up to first three months which is not justifiable.

  • sachin yadav 9 years ago

    pension benifit should be provided to cpf personnel joined after 2004