Jitendra Singh, Minister of State for Science, Technology and Earth Sciences (I/C) addressing media after cabinet meeting in New Delhi. | Photo credit: ANI
New Delhi Union Minister Jitendra Singh said Wednesday that the All India Pension Scheme will be launched here where chronic cases will be picked up and resolved, according to an official statement released on Tuesday.
To date, 7 pension schemes have been organized across India, 24,218 cases have been raised and 17,235 cases have been resolved.
The Pension Adalat initiative was piloted in 2017 by the Ministry of Pensions and Pensioner Welfare. In 2018, National Pension Adalat was held using technology to expedite resolution of pensioner complaints.
According to the model adopted, all stakeholders to a particular complaint are invited to a common platform, the case is resolved according to all stakeholders, and the annuity process is completed, so that the annuity starts on time. increase.
Human Resources Minister Singh is also scheduled to preside over the 50th pre-retirement counseling (PRC) workshop in New Delhi on Wednesday.
“Under the direction of the Pensions and Pensioner Welfare Bureau, this People’s Republic of China is organized for 1,200 officials from all ministries and agencies who will retire within the next six months,” a statement released by the Ministry of Personnel Affairs said. It is
This workshop will cover the procedures required to pay retirement benefits in a timely manner, how to complete pension forms at BHAVISHYA, an overview of the integrated pensioner portal, income tax incentives for seniors/pensioners, etc. It will be beneficial in a number of ways to central government officials and pension officials. Above all. So far, the ministry has conducted 49 PRCs. 29 cases in different ministries/departments in Delhi and 20 cases in Central Armed Police. New Delhi, Jalandhar, Shillong, Kolkata, Tekanpur, Jammu, Jodhpur and Guwahati.
A total of 6,972 retired officials attended these China meetings, he added.
The Ministry of Pensions and Pensioners Welfare, bearing in mind the rationale for integrating the portals, i.e. the ease of life for pensioners as a whole, has proposed the Pension Paying Bank Portal, ANUBHAV, CPENGRAMS (Centralized Pension Grievance Relief and Monitoring Centre, etc.). ) has decided to consolidate all portals. system), CGHS (Central Government Health System) should be integrated with the newly created “iIntegrated Pensioners Portal” (ipension.nic.in), the statement said.
SBI and Canara Bank’s pension Seba and Bhavishya portal integration work has been completed.
With this integration, pensioners can now obtain their pension handbooks, life certificates and Form-16 submission status through a unified pensioner portal.
All 18 pension-paying banks will be integrated into the unified pensioners portal, according to a statement.