General provisions related to retirement of government servants

General provisions related to retirement of government servants are as follows:

(a)     When a government servant retires, pension benefits will be granted according to the civil service regulations 246.If there is any evidence of the unsatisfactory service of the retired government servant, the authority of pension payment can reduce an appropriate amount of money out of pension payment before he/she retired.

(b)     After the pension payment has been granted, the allotted pension payment cannot be reduced due to the reason given that there is no satisfactory service of the retired government servant.

(c)     According to the Civil Service Regulations, a retired government servant cannot be taken action and punished. However, a retired government servant commits part of conducts in regulation-163, sub-regulation (u) and (v) there will be all or part of the pension reduction, suspension or revocation.

(d)     The pension payment granted to a pensioner shall not be suspended or reduced due to the crime committed by the pensioner previous to retirement.

(e)     If a retired in debt, the pension payment shall not be confiscated (or) warranted according to the order of court.

(f)     In awarding Invalid pension, a government servant cannot be in service beyond the date on which the special Medical Committee signs the medical certificate except in special cases. However, after the date when the medical certificate is signed, as a special case, the dismissible   authority can reemploy the government servant if he is desirable and grant him earned must not exceed approximately 6 months. The invalid pension must be granted only at the end of that period.

(g)     When a permanent post is abolished, the government holding that post must be informed 3 months ahead before the date on which he has to leave his post.

(h)     The pension benefit of a pensioner is provided in accordance with the existing orders and regulations when he retires.

(i)      If it is examined after retirement that the amount of money issued to the pensioner exceeds the legally earned pension payment, the pensioner has to refund overpayments.

(j)      If the pensioner does not draw his pension payment for over one year, his payment must be discontinued.

(k)     If the pensioner reclaims his pension payment, it must be issued on the date it cases. The pension department must after exercising the necessary check, issue the pension payment order in a separate letter to the bank or the treasury.

(l)      The remainder of the pension payment must be paid to the hire in case of his death, after exercising the necessary check, issue the pension payment order in a separate letter to the bank or the treasury.

(m)    In case of service continuation, if the portion of previous pension was commuted into a lump sum, the amount of money of the commuted portion calculated at the current rate must be refunded.

(n)     In calculation the amount of pension commuted into a lump sum according to the current rate, it must be calculated on the specified term prescribed on the pension commutation table No-6 on the basic of retirement-age.

(o)     If a pensioner is imprisoned, his Pension payment must be ceased. When he is released from the imprisonment, his pension must be granted again. However, his imprisonment-term is not taken into account for pension payment.