Pension Calculator for Pre-2006 Pensioners

Pension Calculator for Pre-2006 Pensioners – Online tool to estimate revised Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners

Update: 16.08.2015: As per Hon’ble Supreme Court’s directions, Govt has finally ordered for revision of Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners from 1st January 2006.  GConnect has come up with a detailed article on this issued along with Pre-2006 Pension Arrears Calculator.
Click here to read the details of  Department Pension OM dated 30.07.2015 and to calculate Pre-2006 Pension Arrears online
Click here to read Office Memorandum No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 30.07.2015

Click here to read Office Memorandum No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013
Pre-2006 Pensioners must be aware that the latest order for revision of their Pension is on the basis of a concordance Table which relates pre-revised Scales prior to 1996 and 2006 to minimum of revised 6CPC pay as per fitment table applicable to Central Government Employees.  As desired by many of Pre-2006 Pensioners we have come up with this easy to use online tool which interprets Pension Concordance Table and estimates Revised Pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners.

Click here for detailed reading on background of this revision in pension and about Concordance Table used for revision of Pension

How to use GConnect Pre-2006 Pension Arrears Calculator?

Step 1: Select the year of retirement (Select either Pre-1996 or Between 01.01.1996 to 31.12.2005).

Step 2: Select pre-revised pay scale at the time of retirement.

Step 3: Select type of pension (Pension or Family Pension).

Step 4: Enter Pension / Family Pension fixed after implementation of 6th CPC (include monthly portion of commutation and exclude Fixed Medical Allowance).

Step 5: Select the month and year up to which Arrears amount is to be calculated.

Step 6. Click the “Calculate Arrears” Button.

Now, the tool would provide your Revised Pension as on 1st January 2006 and Pension Arrears from 1st January 2006

GConnect Pre-2006 Pension Arrears Calculator

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