From India, Mumbai
You are eligible / entitle for withdrawal of Pension only when you leave your services after completing 6 months and before completing 10 years of pensionable service.
Once you complete 10 years of pensionable service, you are not eligible / entitle for withdrawal of pension. In this case you are eligible / entitle to get monthly pension on reaching the age 50 at reduce rate or at 58 full pension.
After completing 10 years of pensionable service if you leave and withdraw the PF accumulation, you need to apply for scheme certificate under Pension.
From India, Mumbai
Mr. KKA is right. person who worked 6month or more can eligible to withdrow the amount by filling form 10c. And as per my suggesion, now you can withdrown your pention & PF amount through online
Thanks / Regards
From India, Jamshedpur
From India, Bangalore
Employees can withdraw their EPF through Form 19 and EPS through Form 10 C.
In Form 10C you will find an option to opt for pension (yes or no), if you opt for No. Total amount will be paid by PF authority. In case if you opt for Pension by saying yes... a laminated certificate will be sent by them which can be utilised after reaching beyond 50 yrs or 58 yrs and suitable pension will be released from time to time.
Those who could not work more than 6 months, employee contributions can only be claimed i.e EPF Account instead they can go for transfer of fund to New Account, where 100% can be transferred and the contributions are safe........dear members .... pls clarify whether this is correct or not ?
Hope the above is clear now
Regards==S Rao /Hyderabad /9849562900
From India, Hyderabad
I need your guidance. I worked for 9 yrs 11 months in an IT company. I quit in 2011 and migrated overseas. Recently, I was able to withdraw my PF amount using the UAN based form 19. However, my UAN based form 10c was rejected by the PF office without ascribing any reason. I no longer reside in India nor am I working with an Indian company. Can you please guide me as to how can i withdraw my EPS amount?
Thanks for your help
From Netherlands, Amstelveen