Friday, December 27, 2013

Withdrawal Process for NPS Subscribers - PFRDA

Withdrawal Process for NPS Subscribers - PFRDA

Exposure Draft on Operational Withdrawal Process-Request for feedback/comments from Public and All concerned




Issued on: 26th December, 2013 
Last date to accept Comments: 31st January, 2014 

In order to provide an efficient and system driven withdrawal process to NPS subscribers, PFRDA is proposing the following operational procedure for withdrawal of benefits under NPS. 

Keeping the above in perspective, the draft operational withdrawal process is proposed and comments from the public and all concerned are invited. It may also be noted that suggestions on improving/ simplifying the process can also be given. 

Comments/Feedback may be forwarded by email to the e-mail id latest by 31.01.2014. Comments should be given in the following format: 

Name of entity/ person
Sr.No.Pertains to which
 Section/sub-section and
Page number
 suggested changes

Written comments in the above format may be addressed to: 

Mr. Sumit Kumar 
Dy. General Manager 
Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority 
1st Floor, ICADR Building, Vasant Kunj Institutional Area Phase - II 
Vasant Kunj, New Delhi – 110070 

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Kindly ensure minimum pension for those who put minimum 2 year service in government sector.

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