Pension for dismissed employees


How Can a dismissed employees from central coalfields limited (CCL) get Pension and Graduity both or any who served the company for 35 Years. Please provide related documents if possible . _/\_
 
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RETIRED JUDICIAL OFFICER

1. A dismissed employee not entitled for any pension unless there is specific order to that effect in dismissal order.

2. However a dismissed employee is also not entitled for graduity. However entitled for accumilated provident fund with interest.

 
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1) What are the types of Pension ? Ans:- Types of Pension are:- i) Retirement pension due to Superannuation/VRS/Resignation/ Dismissal/ Retrenchment ii) Disablement Pension iii) Widow/Widower Pension iv) Children Pension (two of the eldest sons or unmarried daughters, as the case may be till they attain the age of twenty five years or in the case of unmarried daughter till the date of her marriage, whichever is earlier.) v) Orphan Pension(two of the eldest sons or unmarried daughters, as the case may be till they attain the age of twenty five years or in the case of unmarried daughter till the date of her marriage, whichever is earlier.) Q.2) Who are eligible for Pension? Ans. All employees on Superannuation/Medical unfitness/VRS/ Resignation/Dismissal /termination after 1/4/94 and who have fulfilled criteria as per CMPS-98 and have completed 10 years of Pensionable service are eligible for Pension.
 
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Please clarify and suggest
 
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Dy Director

Whether PSU employee was EPFO subscriber No reply is feasible without this basic information
 
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Dy Director

Whether PSU employee was EPFO subscriber No reply is feasible without this basic information
 
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Employee comes under " Coal Mines Pension Scheme, 1998". And his monthly deductions towards pension head in salary slip is 2% .
 
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Dy Director

what do the CDA rules of the company provide regarding dismissed employee?

 
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Dy Director

whether employer also contirbutes to the pension fund.

 
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Yes, employer also contributes. CDA rule : http://www.mahanadicoal.in/Vig/cda_rule.pdf Pension rule: http://cmpfo.gov.in/ If anyone help me in clearing above two questions that will be grateful.
 
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