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NEWPENSION RULES. 1.Officials appointed on or after 1.01.2004 are covered by New Pension Scheme . 2.Such officials are not eligible for the existing pension scheme and GPF . 3.The NPS is having two tiers. Tier-I and Tier-II.

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newpension rules

NEWPENSION RULES

1.Officials appointed on or after 1.01.2004

are coveredby New Pension Scheme.

2.Such officials are not eligible for the existing pension scheme and GPF .

3.The NPS is having two tiers. Tier-I and Tier-II.

4.Contribution to Tier-I is compulsory for officials appointed on or after 1.01.2004 .

5. Contribution to Tier-II is optional for officials appointed on or after 1.01.2004

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  • 6.In Tier-I Government servant will make a contribution of 10% of his basic Pay+GP+DA by recovery from his salary monthly. For such officials DDO will prepare a separate bill.
  • 7.Such recovery will be rounded off to the nearest rupee.
  • 8.The Government will make an equal contribution monthly to the official’s account. For this the DDO will prepare separate bill.
  • 9.Whwenever there is any increase/decrease in the pay of the official’s the change in the rate of contribution will be given effect to only from first of following month.
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  • 10.If the official is on HPL the recovery is based on Leave salary.
  • 11.If the official is on EOL there will be no recovery and no contribution from govt.
  • 12.If the official is on suspension no recovery will be made.
  • 13.If he is exonerated and reinstated the subscription is based on the salary to which he is entitled to on the first day after returning to duty.
  • 14.For the suspension period if the official elects to subscribe the rate of subscription will be based on emoluments allowed for the period.
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  • 14.Recoveries towards Tier-I contribution will start from the salary of the month following the month in which the official joins duty.
  • 15.The contribution by the official and govt and investment returns will be kept in a separate non-withdrawable account.
  • 16.The Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority(PFDRA) will regulate and develop the pension market.
  • 17.Immediately on joining the DDO will collect information from the official in prescribed format and send it to PAO.
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  • 18.The PAO will allot a 13 digit account number to each official. This number is unique and permanent.
  • 19.When the govt servant retires on Superannuation he will be getting 60% of the accumulation in his account in cash.
  • 20.The remaining 40% will be retained by the PFRDA.
  • 21.It will be invested in some pension annuity fund to provide pension for the life time of the employee and his dependents and parents.
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  • 22.If the govt servant exits before atttaining the age of 60 years then 80% of the accumulation in his account will be retained by the PFRDA for investing in Pension annuity fund.
  • 23.Only 20% of the accumulation in his account will be paid to him in cash.
  • 24.No interim withdrawal form the fund is admissible.
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