Central Government Employees Retirement Age Latest News 2020
Proposed change in the pension policy of the Central Government Employees’ Assessment after completing 33 years of service or whatever is over 60 years of age
Retirement age 60 or Retirement Service 33 – New Rule from 1.4.2020 – NFIR
NFIR writes a letter to the Cabinet Secretary regarding the new retirement rules is being circulated vigorously.
Proposed change in the policy of retirement on superannuation of Central Government employees on completion of 33 years service or 60 years of age whichever is earlier-reg.
National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
3, CHELMSFORD ROAD, NEW DELHI – 110 055
Affiliated to : Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)
No. : 11/35/2019
The Cabinet Secretary,
New Delhi- 110004
Sub: proposed change in the policy of retirement on superannuation of Central Government employees on completion of 33 years service or 60 years of age whichever is earlier-reg.
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Through several sources, the information is being circulated that the Govemment has been considering revision of the extant policy on retirement and bringing new rules with stipulation that those Central Government employees who have put in 33 years service or attained the age of 60 years, whichever is earlier, shall retire on superannuation.
According to the sources it is learnt that the DoP&T has sent proposal to MoF for consideration for the purpose of bringing new rule from 01/04/2020.
Since the proposal of the DoP&T is likely to affect existing Central Government employees, therefore, consultations are required to be ensured with the JCW/Staff Side as the sevice condition of the existing staff may get affected.
NFIR, therefore, requests the Cabinet Secretary to kindly see that consultations are made with the JCM/Staff Side on the said proposal early. According to the JCM Rules, consultations are must on all such vital matters, therefore arbitrary decision should not be taken in the interest to maintain healthy industrial relations.
NFIR hopes that the Cabinet Secretary would kindly consider the above points and issue directions to the authorities concerned to hold meeting with the JCM/Staff Side early.
(Dr. M. Raghavaiah)
General secretary/NFIR &
Leader, JCM/Staff Side