Central Government employees’ retirement age

Raising the Retirement age of Central Government employees

Union Minister of Labour and Employment Shri.Mallikarjun Kharge has given the answers to key questions raised by Shri.P.Viswanathan in the Lok Sabha regarding the raising of retirement age for Central Government employees.

Questions :
(a) Whether the Government proposes to raise retirement age and retirement pension in private sector in the country;

(b) if so, the details thereof;

(c) whether the Government has issued any directions to implement the above recommendations;

(d) if so, the details thereof ; and

(e) the time by which the above proposals are likely to be implemented?

 Answers :

(a) & (b): There is no such proposal at present.

(c) to (e): Do not arise in view of the reply given above.

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sreedharan said…
The retirement age of central govt. employees should be extended by 2 years from 60 to 62 since the UGC teachers retirement age will be 65 yrs. and there is no retirement age for politicians. The well experienced officials may be allowed to continue at least by 2 years and that will be reach extreme ambition of each departments where those depart
ments are in the ambition of IT
Anonymous said…
In the line to enhancement of retirement age in different fields, the age 57 in defence service may be increased to 59years as this will help govt to sustain experienced manpower and skilled worker and also avoid huge ex checker for early pension.

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