Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme
The Indira Gandhi National Professional Pay Scheme is implemented by the National Directorate of Social Security and Pensions.
Change of Terms of Old Age Pay The Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pay Scheme has been implemented from 19-11-2007. Under this scheme, 65 to 80 year olds are being paid Rs.500. Beneficiaries over 80 years of age are increased from Rs.500 to Rs.750. And Government Order No: RD47 DSP 2018, Bangalore The: Ordinance dated 14-09-2018 The Diwali Order for Senior Citizens over 65 years of age with effect from 01-11-2018 has been increased by Rs. Citizens are being paid a monthly pension of Rs.
Eligibility and criteria:
• Beneficiaries must be 60 years and above.
• It should be below the poverty line (BPL).
Senior citizens are guaranteed Rs.
• The beneficiary under this scheme should not receive widow, disabled, pension or any kind of pension under public or private sources.
• Birth Certificate, Medical Certificate or Voter Identity Card issued by the Election Commission of India is an age related document.
Documents required for submission:
• Residence confirmation letter
• Age confirmation letter
• Revenue confirmation letter
Submit the BPL card, portrait, Aadhaar number, bank pass book, filled application and required documents to the officers of the department concerned. The Department of Social Welfare will send the beneficiaries’ application to the district center authorities. The final pension will be paid by the district level committee once the application is confirmed.
All these information should be registered with the Atleezi Folk Care Centers and contact the Grama Niladhari or Revenue Officers of the respective villages for more information.
The Pension Fund Regulation and Development Authority (PFRDA) has issued a statement in 2017, increasing the age limit of the National Pension Scheme from 60 to 65.
The change has already been approved by the Pension Control Board and will be notified soon, and the National Pension Scheme is now open to people aged 18 to 60 years. Hemant Contractor, president of PFRDA, said that the board has been approved to raise the age limit to 65.
The purpose is to facilitate the transfer of pension funds by making the customer friendly and NPS more attractive. The pension scheme has been reformed.