Dear Sir, I did job with two employers through out my life with some break in contribution. I was having two different UAN numbers. I had got final settlement with EPFO for the both accounts on the basis of both UAN numbers. My 1st account was with EPFO Delhi (North) and 2nd was with Delhi (South)
My 1st service history in epfo records is as below :-
Date of Joining 01/10/1990
Past Service (Service upto 15.11.95)
Actual Service (Service after 15.11.95)
NCP Days Wages on 15.11.95
Wages on Date of Exit 5 Years, 1 Months, 15 Days 18 Years, 0 Months, 16 Days 19 ` 2600 ` 6500
Eligible Service Pensionable Service Pensionable Salary Weightage Service
23 Years 17 Years, 11 Months, 27 Days ` 6481 0
Type of Pension Date of Commencement Pension Paid Pension Start Status
__________________________________________________ _____________________________
My last and 2nd service history as per epfo records as below :-
Date of Joining EPF 01/08/2015
EPS 01/08/2015
Date of Exit EPF 31/03/2016
EPS 31/03/2016
Presently I am getting pension as per epfo records contributions made through my previous employer and my last drawn wages was Rs. 8854/- per month. Presently I am getting Rs. 2231/- per month. My last salary drawn was Rs. 12500/- per month a the age of 59 years complete as on 31.3.2016.
Please reply me whether I am entitled for revision of pension on the basis of last salary drawn and my age as on 31.3.2016.
Please advice me the further process to get my pension revised and oblige.

From India, Delhi

as 1st UAN made you exit on super Annunciation that means you were 58+ on 1st exit, and EPS get seized on 58+ of age
you did not clubbed both UAN but withdrawn separately, so the second UAN money including EPS ( if any) was returned to you in full ( form 10C) yo u had to use for m 13 to get both accounts clubbed and then go for withdrawal which you did not made
Now on what basis you find yourself eligible for pension on 2nd last drawn salary?

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