ankitaadhikary Started The Discussion:
Hi Seniors, Can any one send me NO BREAK CERTIFICATE FOR PENSION PURPOSE. iTS URGENT ..PLEASE.. Regards, Ankita
Posted 30th July 2012 From India, Patna
"Letter of Declaration of No-Break in Services (Continues Services)" which uses for Pensioners, (Most commonly used for Govt Employees) for Revision on Pension or validity of services contains many details and declared by the employee, which supposed to be authorized by the Govt Officials and Department Authority.

The very best solution and option you have in your hand is to go for your nearest local Panchayat Bhawan or Court Premises where you can get many “Documentation Service Provider” who having all the details and ready formats like you are looking for here.

Well I have enclosed a sample format for you and hope gonna work for you. But still request you to please go to Doc-Service Provider for this.
Posted 30th July 2012 From India, Gurgaon
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Hi Ankita, well this is a sample format for you and rest you have to develop or as i said above take help of legal or document writer as they are expect in this kind of documentation.

Second, i request you to visit this link once. http://citehr.com <link fixed>
Posted 31st July 2012 From India, Gurgaon
Hi Seniors, Can any one send me NO BREAK CERTIFICATE FOR PENSION PURPOSE for Attached with Form No. 10-D iTS URGENT ..PLEASE.. Regars, Shailesh
Posted 4th August 2013 From India, Vadodara



 
 
 
 







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