Central Govt Employee Age For Retirement, 30 Year’s Service, 50/55 year

Central Govt Employee Age For Retirement Latest News Post Office Bank Railway Retirement Age For Central Govt Employee Age Limit 30/35 Years Maximum 50/55 Years Central Govt Employee Age. This news will impact career of employee in Central Government. Ministry of Personnel has ordered fresh notification to all department for reviewing employee work who has crossed 30 years of his/her age limit. Now their service record will be checked from negative to positive way by comparing other employee.

30 Year Retirement Age Centre: After checking service record of employee, department will shortlist only working employee who don’t have health related problem, no corruption charges on him/her, good character in department, don’t have received lots of complaints. So previous is selection procedure and now come to who will get letter of early age retirement.

On Friday Ministry of Personnel has ordered to check employee after his/her age crossed above 50 to 55 or he/she completed 30 years of service. Now without telling you about why you get retirement so early. Any your department will carry forward your service book to retirement and pension office.

50/55 Years of Age To Retire Central Employee: Government has also given clarification that,” if you are good in your work, than you may continue your jobs after Central Government latest rule on employment.  Government employee verification of work will work under act of Central Civil Service Pension Rules, 1972 FR 56 (J) and 56 (I) 48 (I) (B).

Civil Service Pension Rules, 1972 FR 56 (J) and 56 (I) 48 (I) : The cases of Government servant covered by FR 56(j) or Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 should be reviewed six months before he attains the age of 50/55 years or completes 30 year’s service, whichever occurs earlier in cases covered by FR 56(j) and 30 years of qualifying service under Rule 48 of CCS(Pension) Rules, 1972.