Pension for every month is eligible for me or not.
I had joined and worked in ITC Ltd. PSPD Bhadrachalam from Sept 1985 to 31st July 2008 without any breakup of service continuously. In that time, two times non-refundable advance taken. Finally under VRS Scheme, I left the Company and relieved on 31st July 2008 serving after 23 years of service. When the Pension act which was implemented in 1995, I am in the service of ITC PSPD and after nearly 13 years I left PSPD. While leaving ITC PSPD, I filled up PF form (not remembering one form or two forms) and received Cheque for Rs. 2,25,875/- on 21.11.2008. I am not sure whether my pension amount also included in the Cheque or not. In the present UAN Number, the pension amount lying to my account is not showing and does not understand why the Pension amount is not displaying. My date of Birth is 1.4.1962 and now 54 years age. I am sick person.
Immediately from 4rd August 2008 leaving 4 days gap after VRS opting, I joined at Janki Corp Ltd. Bellary and here also PF Cutting is there to me till today.
Later-on on the advice of some persons, I written to PF Commissioner, Warangal (ITC PSPD Region) for transferring the details of my service to present Company’s PF Office and received the letter as attached.
Kindly please request your clear and kind advice whether I am eligible for monthly pension or not as without showing any pension amount lying by PF Office Warangal, only my personal details are sent to PF office, Bellary. Bellary PF office confirmed they have taken the details in the records. The same also attached/appended.
As I am becoming sick and at the age of 54 also, I can get pension if applied. My present pf cutting is rs.1490/-

This is with reference to your Grievance registered vide Registration NumberSRBLR/E/2014/00127.
It is informed that after processing your grievance,the following action(s) has been taken:
Your service details are received from Warangal office and stated that your PF has already been settled for Rs.2,25,875/- on 21.11.2008. Copy of letter is attached for ready reference.

Scan copy received but not attaching in the format hence typed.

No. AP/SRO/WGL/AG II/1/11631/1093/2014/4164 Date 31-12-2014

The Regional P F Commissioner II
O/o the Regional PF Commissioner

Sub : Forwarding of Annexure K details in respect of Shri B Narasimha Murthy
Transferred from NZ/WGL/11631/1093 to KN/BLR/28269/640
Ref : Present employrer lr no. Nil dated 10-12-2014 and Form No.13 (R.)

Shri Bapuram Narsimha Murthy has submitted the transfer application in Form No.13 (R ) for transfer of Pension Fund details from NZ/WGL/11631/1093 to KN/BLR/28269/640 It is to inform that Shri B Narasimha Murthy bearing PF A/c No. NZ/WGL/11631/1093 was already settled for an amount of Rs.225875/- vide cheque no.957689 dated 21-11-2008. The service particulars of the above said member is furnished hereunder :
1. Name of the member : B NARASIMHA MURTHY
2. Name of father : B. RAMA MURTHY
3. Date of birth (As per F.9) : 1.4.1962
4. 4. Date of Joining in pension fund : 01-11-1985
5. Date of leaving from Service : 31.07.2008
6. Reason for date of Leaving : V R S
7. Breaks in service Not available

Yours faithfully
Asst.PF Commissioner (A/Cs)

From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. B Narasimha Murthy,
Definitely, you are eligible for monthly pension. For those have a service of 10 years and more in EPS including family pension service, will not get one time withdrawal from pension fund.

From India, Bangalore
When the concept of pension was introduced, each person was asked whether they want pension or not. If he has not opted for pension, then the settlement of PF would have included the entire think the PF letter is saying that the hey have given him the entire amount when he left the previous service.
His current service started from 2008 pension will apply only if he has completed 10 years. So at present, the entire contribution from the current job will come as lump sum settlement of PF.

From India, Mumbai
Dear friends,
The Employees' Pension Scheme -1995 is introduced in continuation of the erstwhile Family Pension Scheme 1971. The main difference between the schemes is in FP, employee will not get pension; but family will get pension following death of member in service. In EPS both employee and family will get pension. Accordingly for a family pension member there was no option to get exemption from EPS-95, but it was statutory to join the new scheme viz. EPS-95.

From India, Bangalore
You have already settled your PF amount from the previous company.
There is no balance there. Remember you had already withdrawn money before.
In the current company you have not completed 10 years so all money is in PF. If you leave the company the entire amount will come to you - both employer and employee part of the money. You will not get PF

From India, Mumbai

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