Guide to Retiring Employees from Central Government Services - Important steps to take before Retirement
Retirement Age of Doctors other than Central Health Services increased to 65 Years - Government enhances superannuation age of doctors to 65 years
Retirement Age Increased from 60 to 65 - Cabinet Approved for Doctors in Paramilitary Forces - ex-post facto approval for enhancement of the age of superannuation
Ministers Reply in Rajya Sabha regarding Retirement Facilities for Employees Resigned from CPSEs
Details of the premature retirement/ separation from service in the Armed Forces
Appointment of three member committee to view representation from Government servant, whom the Appointing Authority has decided for compulsory retirement.
Railway Board order on increase in Superannuation age for IRMS doctors (GDMOs) from 60 years to 65 years with immediate effect i.e., 31-5-2016.
PM approves Central Govt Doctors Superannuation age to 65 years.
Inadequate Financial Preparation for retirement is caused primarily by increasing consumerism, spiralling medical and education expenses, inflationary pressures and a weakening joint family system are some key reasons
Railway Board has communicated to all the Zonal Railways regarding periodical review Premature retirement of Railway servants and guidelines to be followed quoting the DoPT instruction dated 11.09.2015. For better administration, it is…
Revised Form 25 meant for taking up commercial employment after retirement and other terms and conditions as per Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972
BJP fails in Delhi on the worries of Central Government Employees with bio-metric attendance system and reduction of retirement age - Hindustan Times
The Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare to organize a Pre-retirement counseling workshop on 23 rd December, 2014 The Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare (DoPPW) is is organizing a Pre-retirement counseling workshop on 23…
Government considering proposal to reduce Retirement Age of Central Government Employees from 60 to 58 to reduce expenditure - Financial Express reports This unconfirmed news would be really worrying aging central government employees if…