The Factories Act doesn't stipulate any retirement age. And as the Factories Act being a Central govt.act applies all over India. But the medical fitness of an employee to a job employed is the governing principle. An unfit person cannot be employed in any position. However, retirement age of government employees is fixed at 60 years. The judges retire at the age of 65 years. There is no fixed retirement age for people working in private sector. But, many private cos. retire their employees at 60 nowadays. As per Employees Provident Fund (EPF), on attaining 58 years of age, an EPF member ceases to be a member of PF automatically.
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16th February 2019 From India, Bangalore