Govt. says, No Proposal to Reduce Superannuation age of Central Govt. Employees.
A rumour circulating over Social Media about a Proposal for reducing the age of retirement of Central Government Employees, the Govt. has clarified that there is no such proposal.
In 1998, the centre increased the age of Superannuation from 58 to 60 years.
Now, the Retirement age of Central Govt. Employees is 60 years. But the rumour was about the Superannuation age of employees who have completed 33 years of service period or who have reached 60 years of age– whichever is earlier.
Now, India has run with the unemployment situation. India’s GDP and market condition is very bed. So, at this time, the centre can’t take this type of proposal.
According to a TOI report, a govt. Official has clarified that there is no such proposal. Neither discussed this type of proposal nor moved any paper in this regard.
You are advised that don’t share this type of Rumours in Social Media. You should try to dedicated full time to your duties if you want to save our Economics Standard. Please help to the present Government for re-established of GDP with forward of your hand.
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