No plan to change retirement age of Central Government Employees - No Change in the retirement Age - Minister's reply to Lok Sabha question
There is no plan to increase the retirement age of central government employees from existing 60 years to 62 years.
Cabinet increases Retirement Age of Dental Doctors under Ministry of Railways Railway Board Order dated 26.102.2017
However, the suitability or competence of the Railways employees should be assessed before their re-engagement.
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
Dr.Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Ministry of Personnel replied in parliament that government has no proposal to reduce Retirement Age to 58 or 33 Years of Service is under consideration
News on DA merger with pay and Restriction of Central Government Service to 33 years are not correct
Veterans are already on hunger strike at Jantar Mantar, Delhi demanding OROP. Former Union Minister Mr.Ajay Maken organises this one day dharna reportedly in support of Central Government Employees
BJP fails in Delhi on the worries of Central Government Employees with bio-metric attendance system and reduction of retirement age - Hindustan Times
Reduction of Retirement Age from 60 to 58 by Haryana Govt justified - Punjab and Haryana High Court - The earlier Govt increased the retirement age from 58 to 60 before election
Proposal to raise Retirement Age of Scientists from 60 Years to 65 Years to utilise expertise for long duration
Retirement Age Rumour spread in Whatsapp - Govt initiates inquiry and clarifies no such move is taken up The Government on Thursday was left in a tizzy over what its officials described as a "deliberate mischief" in form of a widely…
No proposal to reduce Retirement age of Central Government Employees from 60 to 58 years - Replies Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions There is no proposal under consideration of Government to reduce the…
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…
No Proposal to increase retirement age of soldiers - Defence Minister replies in Parliament GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF DEFENCE LOK SABHA STARRED QUESTION NO 173 ANSWERED ON 18.07.2014 Increase in Retirement Age of Soldiers…
Raising Retirement Age to 62 Years - Minister says there is no proposal to increase the retirement Age of Central Government Employees from the present 60 years to 62 years UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 796 ANSWERED ON 16.07.2014 Raising…
Pre-retirement counseling sessions and involving Pensioners in Social welfare Schemes through Sankalp initiated by DOPT Press Information Bureau Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions 25-June-2014…