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SL No. Title Description Forms Downloads
1 Retirement
on superannuation

A member of the Service shall retire from the service with effect
from the afternoon of the last day of the month in which he
attains the age of sixty years:

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A member of the Service shall retire from the service with effect from the afternoon of the last day of the month in which he attains the age of sixty years:

Provided that a member of the Service whose date of birth is the first day of a month shall retire from service on the afternoon of the last day
of the preceding month on attaining the age of sixty years:

Retirement benefits includes pension or
gratuity and death-cum-retirement gratuity
where admissible, along with EL encashment, Reimbursement of Group Insurance

EGIS Form

EGIS Form-4

Form 15

Pension Papers

AIS DCRB Rules 1958
2 Voluntary Retirement

16(2) A member of the Service may, after giving at least three months’
previous notice in writing, to the State Government concerned,
retire from service on the date on which such member completes
thirty years of qualifying service or attains fifty years of age or
on any date thereafter to be specified in the notice:

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16(2) A member of the Service may, after giving at least three months’ previous notice in writing, to the State Government concerned, retire from service on the date on which such member completes thirty years of qualifying service or attains fifty years of age or on any date thereafter to be specified in the notice:

Provided that no member of the Service under suspension shall retire from service except with the specific approval of the Central Government.

Provided further that the State Government concerned on a request made by the member of the service may, if satisfied and for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax the period of notice.


16(2A) A member of the service may, after giving three months’ previous notice in writing to the State Government concerned, retire from service on the date on which he completes 20 years of qualifying service or any date thereafter to be specified in the notice:

Provided that a notice of retirement given by a member of the service shall require acceptance by the Central Government if the date of retirement on the expiry of the period of notice would be earlier than the date on which the member of the Service could have retired from service under sub-rule (2):

Provided further that a member of the Service, who is on deputation to a corporation or company wholly or substantially owned or controlled by the government or to a body controlled or financed by the Government, shall not be eligible to retire from the service under this rule for getting himself permanently absorbed in such corporation, company or body.

Provided also that a member of the Service borne on the Cadres of Assam-Meghalaya. Manipur-Tripura, Nagaland and Sikkim may retire from service on the date on which he/she completes 15 years of service.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA DECISION UNDER RULE 16(2A)

1. Guidelines for acceptance of notice of voluntary retirement: - It has been decided to lay down the following guidelines for the acceptance of the notice of retirement under sub-rule (2A) of Rule 16 of the All India Service (Death-cum-retirement Benefits) Rules, 1958 for the information and guidance of the State Governments:-

(i) A notice of voluntary retirement given by a member of the service may be withdrawn by him, after it is accepted by the State Government, only with the approval of the State Government concerned provided the request for such withdrawal is made before the expiry of the period of notice.

(ii) In cases where disciplinary proceedings are pending or contemplated against a member of the Service for the imposition of a major penalty and the disciplinary authority having regard to the circumstances of the case, is of the view that the imposition of the major penalty of removal or dismissal for service would be warranted, the notice of voluntary retirement given by the officer concerned may not ordinarily be accepted.

(iii) In cases where prosecution is contemplated or may have been launched in a court of law against a member of the service, the notice of voluntary retirement given by him may not ordinarily be accepted.

(iv) The notice of voluntary retirement given a member of the Service, Who is on study leave or who has but not completed a minimum service of 3 years on completion of study leave, may not ordinarily be accepted.

 

Benefits after Retirement

SL No. Title Description Downloads
1 Medical reimbursement
Servant allowance
Telephone Charges

This facility will be provided to those employees
who retires from the post of ACS and above

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Government have sanctioned the facility of Medical Reimbursement as per All India Services (Medical Attendance) Rules, 1954 to retired Chief Secretaries/Additional Chief Secretaries of the Government of Karnataka, and Retired Cabinet Secretaries and Retired Secretaries to the Government of India borne on Karnataka cadre, apart from servant allowance and monthly telephone charges allowance to the said retired officers.

1) Medical Reimbursement Bills as per rules
2) Servant allowance - Rs. 10,500/-
3) Telephone charges - Rs. 1,000/-

Medical Government Order
2 Commercial Employment

A pensioner shall not accept any commercial employment before the expiry of one year from the date of his retirement, except with the previous  sanction of the Central Government by submitting an application in Schedule ‘L’

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ALL INDIA SERVICES (DEATH-CUM-RETIREMENT
BENEFITS) RULES, 1958

26. Acceptance of employment after retirement.-

(1) A pensioner shall not accept any commercial employment before the expiry of one year from the date of his retirement, except with the previous sanction of the Central Government by submitting an application in Schedule ‘L’. If a pensioner accepts a commercial employment without such sanction, it shall be competent for the Central Government to declare by an order in writing that he shall not be entitled to the whole or such part of the pension and for such period as may be specified in the order:

Provided that the previous sanction may be granted by the State Government concerned on whose cadre the member of the service is borne and who is not holding a post higher than a post in the pay scale of Rs.22400-24500/- (Apex Scale) and has not worked under the Central Government during the preceding three years prior to his retirement form the service.


Provided further that no such order shall be made without giving the pensioner concerned an opportunity of showing cause against such declaration:

Provided also that it shall be competent for the Central Government or the
State Government, as the case may be, to allow the pensioner to continue in any commercial employment in an organisation with whom the services of the Members of the All India Services had been placed immediately before his/her retirement under the provisions of the respective Cadre Rules of All India Services pending formal sanction of such commercial employment subject to the condition that the Member of the Service shall withdraw from such organisation forthwith once a decision is taken by the Competent Authority not to accord such sanction.”

Provided also that a pensioner who has been permitted by the Central
Government to take up a particular commercial employment during leave
preparatory to retirement shall not be required to obtain subsequent permission for his continuance in such employment after retirement.

Rules

Last Updated: 03-02-2021 10:28 AM Updated By: Admin


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