sir i am employee in national heart institute since august 1981.i am going retirement july 2015, my present basic pay 12700,DA 13589,and total gross salary 34561.
let me know how many i get pension after retirement.
shyambali yadav

From India, Delhi
Dear Shyambali Yadav,
Your Past Service Benefit for 14 years (till 16.11.95) - 105
Multiplying factor as per Table B - 4.485
Pension for Past Service - 105 x 4.485 = 471 - (1)
Pension w.e.f 16.11.1995 = pensionable service x pensionable salary / 70 = 19.63 x 7916.67 /70 = 2220 - (2)
Total Pension, (1) + (2) = 471 + 2220 = 2691

From India, Bangalore
this is indeed a great work done abbas. I request you to please share the table b also if you have got as the provided link is not working. this will be very helpful. thanks
From India, New Delhi
Dear Harpreet Walia, Table B can be down loaded from EPFO. However I shall reproduce as under :- 51 51. Subs. by G.S.R. 438(E), dated the 10th June, 2008 Abbas.P.S
From India, Bangalore
Hi, can you give calculation for EPS after recent amendment. My DOB IS 01.01.1963, DATE OF JOINING IS 28.08.1984, Basic as on 1995 was more than 2500 and today is more than 15000. If possible give excel sheet.

Dear Mr. B.K.Roy, Your past service benefit is 85x7.117 = 605 - (1) Pension for pensionable service is 15000x27.1224/70 = 5812 - (2) Total pension (1)+(2) = 6417 Abbas.P.S
From India, Bangalore

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Dear Sir, I hv retired from RINL, Vizagsteel on 30-06-2012 as AGM(Personnel). I joined in VSP on 08-06-1977. My contribution for EPFS started from 01-11-1977.I had continuously worked without any breaks in my service till my retirement. Now I would like to know the pension that I should get after my retirement taking into my past service before 1995. Pl send the calculation sheet also. If you need further information, pl let me know, I shall provide the same to you.
Thanking you,
Yours truly
M Gurunadha Rao
Mobile No.9000828829.

From India, Visakhapatnam
Dear Abbas,
Trust you are doing well.
I want to know that in case a person has withdrawn an amount of PF accumulated and pension fund of his / her service earlier due to unawareness of the rules, can he/she be eligible for continuous service as after leaving that initial job person had joined the new organization and has not completed service of more than 5 years in current organization and at the time of leaving the initial job he / she had about 5 years of service. Is it possible that he / she can be allowed to accumulate both the services that is old one and new one and can he /she be eligible for pension scheme.
Would request you kindly let me know, in-case it is yes then please share the process how should he / she be able to process in this regard.

From India, Gurgaon
Monthly pension=( Pensionable salary*Pensionable service)/70 Why it is divided by 70? no 80 or 60. Ashutosh Srivastava
From India, Mumbai
Dear Sir, Will you please give me an explanation to Salary on separation from service and how it is calculated.
From India, Idukki

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