Jul 17, 2018

Extending Old Pension Scheme to Casual Workers regularised on or after 1.1.2004

Procedure for extending the benefits of Old GPF / Pension Scheme to those casual workers covered under the Scheme of 1993 and regularized on or after 01.01.2004.

CPAO Order
CPAO/IT & Tech/Clarification/P&PW/ 13 [Vol- III) / 2018-19/68

13.07.2018
Office Memorandum

Subject: -Procedure for extending the benefits of Old GPF / Pension Scheme to those casual workers covered under the Scheme of 1993 and regularized on or after 01.01.2004.

It has been observed that the pension cases of casual labour who were regularized on or after 01.01.2004 and eligible for old GPF/Pension Scheme vide DOpT 0M No.49014/ 2/2014-Estt(C) dated 28.07.2016 have not been processed by the concerned Ministries/Departments. In order to avoid the hardship to the pensioners all the Ministries/ Departments/PAOs have been requested to finalise the pension cases of the pensioners after following the procedure below:-

1) Deptt. may issue the order that the old GPF Scheme/ Pension Scheme is applicable to the concerned official.
2) CPAO may be requested through concerned Pay & Accounts Office to stop Provisional Pension after cancellation of PPO, if issued.
3) NSDL may be requested by the concerned PAO to deposit the NPS subscription, Govt. Contribution plus interest thereon into the Govt. Account through ERM of NSDL.
4) On receipt of the amount it may be classified by the concerned PAO as below:-
Procedure for Extending Old Pension Scheme
5)GPF and Pension case of the concerned official may be processed as per the CPF Rules and CCS(Pension) Rules, 1972 after adjusting the Provis10nal Pension paid to the pensioner, if paid This issues with the approval 0f the Chief Controller〔 Pensions〕


[Praful Dabral]
Sr.Accounts Offlcer〔 IT&Tech〕
Ph No.011‐ 26166758

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  1. Can gds employees who appointed on before 2004 applicable for this order

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