Options from NPS TO OPS


Sir, I have taken discharge from IAF after completion of 20 years of service after expiring my regular engagement. I joined central government service in March 2009 under NPS . My question is that can I opt for NPS to OPS as mentioned in mobility of personnel from central government/ autonomous regarding dated 11 June. Kindly reply

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, surender singh Rawat 1 year 6 Answers 4316 views 0

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  1. Last Date For NPS to OPS switch: To exercise the new option, eligible central government employees need to apply by 31/05/2020. If an employee fails to exercise this option before the last date, they would continue to be covered by the National Pension System.

    The decision to provide the new option to Central Government Employees comes months after the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) ruled in a case that the benefit of the Old Pension Scheme cannot be denied to a central government employee if the delay in joining the service before 01/01/2004 was not because of a reason attributable to him. FE Online had reported the order in November.

    As per the above date is over, if you have given letter before this date (31/5/2020) you are eligible.

  2. Whether pay & services including leave records are protected or new rec in Railway?

    • Yes, it is protected provided you have applied through proper channel and your previous service is regular service.


    As per latest circular f.noI-34014/01/2020-Ad-II DTD 31.05.2021 which is the best option to choose. My dt of joining is 06.02.2012. Request you to give your advice.

  3. No u are not eligible, Govt order clearly states that posting should be before 2004, later gave eligibilty for 2004 who joined in 2004,reasons stating that their interview as over in 2003. if any person converted from NPS to OPS got means every department will make list , even though u applied or not.I joined in 2005 still i am trying

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