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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Union government wants retirement age 62

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Union government wants retirement age 62

The Union Government is seriously considering raising the retirement age to 62 for Central Government employees. Obviously, if the Congress announces this before the Lok Sabha polls, it could expect a sizeable vote share. North Block, which houses the Union Ministry of Finance would be more than happy to have 62 years as the retirement age because for next two years the pension funds can accumulate. 

CGA Orders 2013 : Additional Relief on death/disability of Government Servants covered by the Defined Contribution Pension System (NPS)

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1(7)1/DCPS(NPS)/2009/TA/295
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
CONTROLLER GENERAL OF ACCOUNTS
7th FLOOR, LOK NAYAK BHAWAN
NEW DELHI

Corrigendum

Dated: 27/05/2013

Sub: Additional Relief on death/disability of Government Servants covered by the Defined Contribution Pension System (NPS)

Reference is invited to this office OM No.1(7)/DCPS (NPS)/2009/TA/221 dated 02.7.2009 on the above mentioned subject. The existing para No. 3(xix) of the above OM has been substituted by the following:

Anomalies in salaries of Central Government Employees : Minister replied in Parliament

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Anomalies in salaries of Central Government Employees : Minister replied in Parliament

In the Parliament the Hon'ble Member Shri.Kunwar Rewati Raman Singh questioned that whether salary anomalies that have arisen on account of the sixth pay commission have not so far been resolved completely and what steps taken by the Government in this regard..?

The Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions and Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office SHRI V. NARAYANASAMY has replied to the question above mentioned in Lok Sabha on 8.5.2013 as follows...


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