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Central Pensioners : 37% are in the 60-70 age group

7th CPC reports provides ageing analysis of the Central Pensioners – There are about 51.96 lakhs pensioners as on 01.01.2014

Seventh Pay Commission reported that 37% of pensioners are in the age group of 60~70 years.  The ageing analysis of the 7th CPC report is reproduced here.

Age Analysis of Pensioners as on 01.01.2014

Payment of additional pension/family pension with advancing age came into force based on recommendations of the VI CPC. This Commission, with a view to ascertain the strength in various age groups, called for information on age profile of pensioners and family pensioners. The data with regard to pensioners in terms of various age groups, as reported to the Commission, for the five categories of pensioners’ viz., Central Civil, Railways, Post, Defence (Civil) and Defence (Services) is as under:

 

Categories

 

> 60 and <
70 years

 

70 to < 80 years

 

80 to < 90 years

 

90 to <100 years

 

Others#

 

Total

 

Central Civil

 

5,22,621

 

2,12,283

 

63,899

 

12,155

 

2,70,040@

 

10,80,998

 

Railways^

 

5,82,847

 

5,06,543

 

2,30,409

 

55,684

 

 

13,75,483

 

Post

 

1,86,463

 

83,452

 

20,558

 

3,185

 

30,931

 

3,24,589

 

Defence (Civil)

 

2,83,638

 

2,24,435

 

43,618

 

3,006

 

 

5,54,697

 

Defence (Services)

 

3,57,725

 

2,97,402

 

1,03,132

 

42,861

 

10,59,379

 

18,60,499

 

Total

 

19,33,294

 

13,24,115

 

4,61,616

 

1,16,891

 

13,60,350

 

51,96,266

 

As % of total pensioners

 

37.21

 

25.48

 

8.88

 

2.25

 

26.18

# Others includes those below 60 years of age and those above 100 years.

@ Others under Central Civil additionally includes cases whose revision had not been effected, certain categories of pensioners like Judges of Supreme Court and High Courts, Ex-MPs, freedom fighters.

^ Railways have included those less than 60 years of age in the 60-70 age group.

From the table above it can be observed that of the total 51.96 lakh pensioners, 37 percent are in the 60-70 age group, about 26 percent each are in the 70-80 and ‘Others’ age group. The balance 11 percent are in the 80 plus category and thus entitled to enhanced pension based on advancing age.

The stacked bar graph brings out for each category of pensioners the break up in percentage terms of each age group viz., 60-70 years, 70-80 years, 80-90 years, 90-100 years and Others.

Central-Govt-Pensioners-Ageing-Analysis

Railways have included those less than 60 years of age in the 60-70 age group

The graph above brings out the following:

i.      Railways, in comparison to other categories have largest percentage of pensioners above the age of 80 years. While in all other categories this percentage is in the range of 7-9 percent, in the Railways it is 21 percent.

ii.      Defence Services have a large percentage of personnel retiring at an early age, as is confirmed by the data. 57 percent of defence service pensioners fall in the ‘Others’ age group. Central Civil which also includes CAPFs has 25 percent in ‘Others’ age group.

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