Write-up on National Pension System (NPS) – Detailed procedure, Benefits and and guidelines issued by Govt from time to time
Confederation article regarding announcement of withdrawal of NPS is not within the purview of NPS Committee
Minutes of the meeting of the Sub —Committee-III to suggest measures for streamlining implementation of the National Pension System (NPS) held on 10.02.2017
Handling Court cases on the issue of applicability of CCS (Pension) Rules instead of NPS in respect of GDS appointed to regular departmental posts after 01-01-2004
NFIR writes to Railways Minister for Exemption from New Pension Scheme for Railway Employees
NPS is a long term investment which is mainly done to accumulate wealth for your retirement, which is after 60 years of age and hence to be paid in the form of annuity.
Gratuity Benefits under National Pension System (NPS) – benefits of Death cum Retirement Gratuity (DCRG)
Finance Ministry Press Release on Income Tax relaxation for NPS under Finance Bill 2017 (Budget 2017)
NPS Committee – Main demands of Central Government Employees not in Agenda – Next round of talks on 10.02.2017 to discuss 3 points Agenda
NPS subscribed Employees can update Aadhaar in their PRAN accountUpdation of AADHAR no. in PRAN of Subscribers.
Meeting of the sub.Committee Constituted by the Committee to suggest measures for streamlining the implementation of the National Pension System for Central Government Employees
NPS is especially useful for investors who may have exhausted the Rs 1.5 lakh investment limit under Section 80C but want to save more.
NC JCM Staff Side insists on Meeting of the Committee constituted to suggest measures for Streamlining the implementation of the NPS
NPS has been growing at around 35 per cent per annum in terms of both AUM and subscriber base for the past three years.
In the NPS, if you withdraw before the age of 60, you need to compulsorily use 80 per cent of the proceeds to buy an annuity plan from an insurer.