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NEW PENSION SCHEME CODE DETAILS
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INFORMAION ABOUT GPF
The following information can be accessed by the GPF subscribers:
- GPF information by all the State Government employees except class-IV employees (whose accounts are not being maintained by AG)
- Balance at credit as on date
- Current year’s Debits
- Missing Credits and Sanctions received without corresponding Debits
- Status of Final Withdrawal case i.e., (Received / under process/ Authorized and dispatched/ Pending for want of information from the department/ Case returned without finalization)
INFORMATION ABOUT CPS AND CSS
There is much confusion when it comes to CPS(Contributory Pension Scheme) and CSS(Compulsory Savings Scheme). Both are different, not the same. If you fail to distinguish between these two, your savings will be jeopardized. When ever you get a arrear, viz., D.A. ARREARS or any other arrear, you need to keep this in mind which amount should go to C.P.S and which amount should go to C.S.S.
Contributory Pension Scheme was introduced by the Government in the year 2003 by the Central Government. Government of Andhra Pradesh implemented this scheme from September, 2004. The employees who joined service after September, 2004 will fall under this scheme. As soon as you are eligible for regular time scale, 10% of your basic pay and D.A. will be credited to Contributory Pension Scheme. An equal amount will be credited your account by the Government. The Contribution of the employee and Government are to be deposited in a non-withdrawal pension Tier-1 account. The employees can normally exit at or after 58/60 years from the Tier-1 of the pension system. At exit the employee required to invest 40% of pension wealth which is mandatory to purchase an annuity from an Insurance Regulatory Development Authority(IRDA) approved Life Insurance Firm and the balance 60% will be paid in cash.
Existing rules G.P.F. rules/pension rules are not applicable to the members of New Pension Scheme. The Accountant General is responsible for Government Contribution and Employee Contribution and transfer the same to the Pension Funds Regulatory and Development Authority or any agency.
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