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First Payment of Family Pension

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The following documents are required to be produced by a family pensioner for receipt of first payment after the death of the spouse/family member in receipt of pension:
1.
Call letter sent to them by the DPDO.
2.
Non employment certificate/re-employment certificate and Certificate for non-drawal of any other family pension in respect of the deceased, issued by the Village/ revenue authorities.
3.
NBS Option Form for indicating the bank branch. This should be got filled in and signed under the seal of the respective bank branch.
4.
Three photographs duly attested by Gazetted officers/ Secretary Zila  Sainik Board.
5.
Pension Certificate (in case of Civilians)/Discharge certificate (in case of PBORs) of the deceased.
6.
Pension Certificate issued to them by the Pension Sanctioning Authorities (i.e., PCDA(P) Allahabad or PCDA(Navy) Mumbai or CDA(Air Force) as the case may be).
7.
Identity Card issued by Govt Department or any autonomous/semi-autonomous organisation (not applicable in case of Commissioned Officers).
8.
Bank Pass Book of the deceased and the self.


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Guidlines to Pensioners

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If you are a defence pensioner drawing pension from a DPDO through bank, please keep the following important aspects in mind:
1.
Get your identification done once in 12 months.
2.
Ordinarily, the officers/staff would devote their time exclusively for processing and printing of pension payment schedule and sending these schedules to your pension paying bank branches, from 15th to 25th of each month. Any delay in this work may result in delay by the bank branches in crediting your pension to your bank account.   Hence the pensioners are requested to visit the office of a DPDO for any service, including identification, during the first half of the month or the last five days of the month. This would enable the officers/staff posted in the DPDOs serve you better.
3.
If you are working or living aboard, avail the facility of submitting Life Certificate obtained from the Indian Consulate/Embassy/High Commission of the respective country. This will save you from the inconvenience of attending the DPDO every year for identification. For more details, see our Link: Frequently Asked Questions.  (provide a link to Frequently Asked Questions).
4.
If you are working in a Government department/Public Sector Undertaking/ Semi-autonomous body, you can send your identification/Life Certificate signed by the Head of your office.
5.
While visiting the Office of DPDO for identification, please keep your identity card and pension book with you.
6.
The pensioners may keep their pension book in safe custody. The pension book can not be mortgaged under any circumstances.
7.
Intimate the contingencies like employment, re-employment, marriage, re-marriage, change of nationality, death of the pensioner or spouse, arrest, conviction by a Court of Law, etc., to the DPDO immediately. This may help them to provide better services to you. Hiding these facts may lead to inconveniences to you or your family members in a later period.
8.
Ensure that Joint Notification has been issued in favour of your spouse during your life time. This will help the DPDO commence immediate payment of family pension in case of the sad demise of a pensioner and eliminate the inconveniences that may be caused to their family members.
9.
Pensioners are advised to nominate their spouses to enable them to receive lifetime arrears in case of his death. In case the spouse is not alive, they may nominate other family members to avoid inconvenience in obtaining Life Time Arrears by the Legal heirs.
10.
In case you want to make any representation to any of the authorities [DPDO, ZO(PD), CDA(PD), etc.,], your name, HO Number (the pension book number allotted by the DPDO), your communication address and  the name of the bank through which you draw pension may be clearly mentioned in your communication. This will enable the authorities to trace your case file and settle your grievance immediately.

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SUVIGYA - PERSONNEL BELOW OFFICER RANK

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Forms for Download (Disbursement Form) - For Ex-servicemen

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Dear All Veteran,

1.   Please click the Nomenclature of forms, when you needed.

SL.No
Nomenclature of the forms
To be submitted by
To be submitted to
1
Pensioner
PDA
2
PDA
PSA
3
PDA
Pensioner
4
Pensioner
PDA
5
Pensioner
PDA
6
PDA
Family Pensioner/
Nominated heir
7
Pensioner
PDA
8
Pensioner
PDA
9
Pensioner
PDA
10
Pensioner
PDA
11
Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies
12
Pensioner
Records Office through the PDA
13
Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies
14
Family Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies
15
Claimant to Family Pension
Record Office
16
Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies
17
Pensioner
PCDA(P)/CDA(PD)/CDA Chennai through the PDA.
18
Pensioner
PCDA(P)/CDA(PD)/CDA Chennai through the PDA.
19
WIDOW
Pension Disbursing Agencies
20
Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies
21
Pensioner
Pension Disbursing Agencies


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Issuance of corrigendum PPO for Pre 2006 Pensioners

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Simplification of Procedure for Payment of Family Pension by Persmin

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The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is the coordinating agency of the Central Government in personnel matters specially issues concerning recruitment, training, career development, staff welfare as well as the post retirement dispensation. The Ministry is also concerned with the process of responsive people-oriented modern administration. Allocation of Business Rules defines the work allotted for the Ministry. The Ministry comprises of the following three Departments.
Department of Personnel & Training (DOPT)
Department of Pensions & Pensioners’ Welfare (DOP&PW)
Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances (DARPG)

During the year 2013, the Department of Persmin initiated to simply the procedure for Payment of Family Pension…

Simplification of Procedure for Payment of Family Pension
The Government has decided that an employee/pensioner/family pensioner may at anytime make a request to the Appointing Authority for advance approval to the grant of family pension for life to a permanently disabled child/sibling or dependent parents. On the basis of this approval, authorisation shall be made in the original Pension Payment Order (PPO) at the time of retirement or by issuing a revised authority. The permanently disabled child/sibling/ dependent parents will receive family pension at the appropriate time, i.e., after the death of employee/pensioner and/or after the death/ineligibility of any other member in the family who was eligible to receive family pension prior to the disabled child/sibling/dependent parents.

Where there are other eligible prior claimants to family pension, the names of disabled child/children/dependent parents/permanently disabled sibling will be added to the PPO issued to the preceding eligible family pensioner. Family pension to these permanently disabled child/children/siblings/dependent parents will be payable after the death/ineligibility of the prior claimant, as the case maybe.


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JCO dismissed, Capt reprimanded for clash in Gurdaspur armoured unit

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Vijay Mohan
Tribune News Service


Chandigarh, December 27
A General Court Martial (GCM) has dismissed a Junior Commissioned Officer (JCO) from service for allegedly assaulting a Captain during a clash between officer and troops in an armoured regiment based near Gurdaspur. The Captain has been awarded a “severe reprimand” in a separate trial. The court martial of another non-commissioned officer directly involved in the fracas is underway.

Sources said the GCM, presided by the commanding officer of a field artillery regiment, concluded at Tibri military station near Gurdaspur last week. The court’s verdict is subject to confirmation by the convening authority. JCO Sub S Raju had faced four charges under Section 40 of the Army Act for assaulting a superior officer, abetment and instigation. He was held guilty by the court of all four charges.

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