Recovery of dues other than Government dues from the retirement benefits of BSNL VRS-2019 Scheme retired employees
Provisional release of retirement benefits as per Rule 64 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 during Covid Pandemic time
Hon'ble Supreme Court rules that A person cannot be deprived of Retirement Benefit without the authority of law and that executive instructions are not having statutory character and, therefore, cannot be termed as “law” within the meaning…
Procedure for accounting GPF withdrawal - complete GPF Credit Schedules for the RPB month of March only and Changed Statement for all the remaining months, for correct reconciliation required
Retirement Age of Doctors other than Central Health Services increased to 65 Years - Government enhances superannuation age of doctors to 65 years
DP&PW Clarification regarding timely payment of GPF final payment to the retiring Government servant - GPF will be paid immediately after retirement
GPF and other Provident Fund Interest Rate from 1st January 2017 interest rate @ 8% from 01.01.2017 - Finance Ministry Resolution
In a measure that would benefit thousands of Central government employees, the central government on Friday extended the Retirement Benefits and death gratuity to all, irrespective of the date on which they had entered government service.
General Provident Fund and other similar funds such as contributory provident fund, defence services provident fund, All India Service Provident Fund, and Railway Provident Fund are applicable to Central Government Employees, Autonomous…
EPF interest rate for previous year was fixed at 8.75%. For the year 2015-16, interest for contribution made by employer and as well as Employee will 8.8%.
General Provident Fund (GPF) is applicable to Central Government Employees who have joined in the service before 01.01.2004. Govt has made National Pension System which is also called National Pension Scheme as a mandatory pension scheme…
EPF subscriptions can be made through Internet Banking relaxed till 30th June 2016 - The Central Government has made it mandatory for employers to pay statutory contribution electronically through Internet Banking only.