Full pension for those who retired under FR 56K – Clarification from RREWA

From: guest guest      Sent On: 3/19/2010 5:25:34 AM      Status: Reply Sent by Admin
Subject:
Full pension for those who retired under FR 56K
Query:
Sir, I was a Deputy Secretary from CSIR, opted to retire under 56(K) wef 03.01.2007 (F/N) after completing 18 years and 2 months of service. My DOB – 09.02.1955, DOJ – 02.11.1988. I was paid pension and DCRG by adding 5 years of weightage to QS. Consequent upon implemention of 6th CPC recommendations by CSIR my basic pay fixed at 33700/- and the pension was correspondingly revised to 11744/- pm effective from the date of retirement. DOPT have since issued a OM dated 10 Dec 2009 wherein the requirement of 33 years of QS has been delinked for payment of full pension wef 01.01.2006 instead of 02.09.2008 notified earlier. Accordingly my pension need to be revised to 50% LPD or AE whichever is beneficial.Can you kindly confirm this position, sir!
From: guest guest      Sent On: 3/19/2010 8:22:04 AM      Status: Seen by You
Subject:
Full pension for those who retired under FR 56K
Reply from RREWA :
Your pension should be recalculated at prorata (fr 18 yrs QS) wr to 20years QS(full pension) Administrator

From: guest guest      Sent On: 3/20/2010 7:51:21 AM      Status: Reply Sent by Admin
Subject:
Full pension for those who retired under FR 56K
Query:
Thanks for your prompt reply for my previous query on subject cited above. However I would be grateful if you could mention the GOI order under which my pension should be recalculated pro rata with reference to 20 years QS. In my opinion the DOPT OM dated 10.12.2009 read with para 5.3 of DOPT OM dated 02.09.2008 entitles me for for full pension even with 18 years of QS. Kindly clarify.

From: guest guest      Sent On: 3/22/2010 3:42:07 AM      Status: Seen by You
Subject:
Full pension in 20yrs QS
Reply from RREWA :
Dear sir, I have gone through both the O.M and I conclude that you are correct. You are entitled to 50 % of last pay/50%of last 10 months emoluments which ever is beneficial. Maheshwari