1. Retiring Pension:
Retiring pension is granted to a government servant who retires from service after completing 25 years.
2. Superannuation Pension:
Superannuation pension is granted to a Government servant who is entitled or compelled by rules to retire at a particular age. Currently a civil servant gets retired on attaining the age of 60 years.
3. Invalid Pension:
Invalid pension is awarded to a government servant who due to physical or mental infirmity is permanently incapacitated for the public service, or for the particular branch of it to which he/she belongs. The infirmity has, however, to be certified by duly constituted Medical Board.
There are two different scenarios for this kind of pension.
- If any employee declared unfit for the duty but his Service is less than 10 years than He/She will be Paid 1.5 month pay against each completed year as Gratuity only.
- If any employee declared unfit for the duty but his Service is more than 10 years than He/She will be paid 60% of his/her gross pension as a Net Pension Per Month and 40% of his/her gross pension as commutation.
4. Family Pension:
Family Pension is granted to the family of the Government servant who dies.
There are two Scenarios in Family Pension case
- Death Before Retirement:
If any employee dies before his/her retirement then Family Pension will be paid to his/ her spouse / successor. If the service of the deceased employee is less than 10 years then he/she will be paid ONE & HALF MONTH Pay against each completed year as a Gratuity only.
If service of the employee is more than 10 years before death then
⇒ 25% of the Gross pension will be paid to him/her as a Gratuity.
⇒ 75% of the Gross pension will be paid to his/her family as a family pension per month.
- Death after Retirement:
If any employee dies after his/her retirement then his/her spouse/successor will be paid
- Family Pension
75% of his/her Net Pension (drawn by deceased) as a Family Pension per month.
- Life Time Arrears (LTA)
If any pensioner died and he/she could not draw his/her monthly pension for some time, this un-drawn pension will be paid to his/her family.
- Family Pension
5. Compensation Pension:
If a government servant is selected for discharge owing to the abolition of a permanent post, he shall, unless he is appointed have the option of taking any compensation pension or gratuity to which he may be entitled for the service he has already rendered.
6. Anticipatory Pension:
When a government servant is likely to retire before his pension could be finally assessed and he can be allowed anticipatory pension. For this purpose the sanctioning authority should furnish to the Audit office with all the particulars of service in respect of the retiring Government servant. The Audit Office should sanction the disbursement of the amount of pension to which after the most careful summary investigation, he believes the Government servant to be entitled.
A government servant who has rendered five years qualifying service or more but less then ten years may be granted gratuity not exceeding one months emoluments for each completed year of qualifying service. In case of invalidation and death the rate will be 1-1.50 months pay for each completed year of service. This amount will be paid to him at the time of his retirement or to his family in the event of his death while in service death (special package)
8. Extraordinary Pension:
When a Government servant is injured, killed or dies of injuries received during the execution of public duty, an extraordinary pension or gratuity may be granted to him or to his family in accordance with the rules.
Pension Case Requirements
Documents to be presented to Audit office for grant of Pension.
- Forwarding Memo from his/her department
- Pension Papers (i.e. Relevant Form) in duplicate
- All columns of the Pension papers should be completed / filled.
- Page-2 should be signed by the Pensioner in case of family Page-3.
- Page-4 should be signed by Head of Office/ Department.
- Page-6 Section-7 should be signed by Sanctioning Authority.
- Three Photographs of the Pensioner (attested by the Department).
- Three Photo copies of Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) of the pensioner (attested by the Department).
- Photocopies of the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) of his/her family members (attested by the department).
- List of family members showing their names, Age OR Date of Birth, Relation with Pensioner (attested by the Department).
- Last Pay Certificate (LPC) in Non-Gazatted cases till date of Retirement and pay stoppage certificate duly signed by the DDO. Overpayment if any be recorded on reverse of LPC (signed by the DDO).
- Complete leave account duly signed by the DDO.
- Original Retirement order/notification.
- No-demand certificate signed by the Sanctioning Authority.
- Declaration, Undertaking and Option for commutation (signed by the Pensioner and attested by the DDO/Sanctioning Authority).
- Last computer payroll (Attested Photocopy)
- Descriptive Roll and Specimen signatures, Thumb & Figures impression of Pensioner, Postal Address / Contact Nos.
- In cases of Gazatted Govt. servants the following No demand certificates may be attached i.e. certificate regarding completion of recovery of all kind of advances. No Demand Certificate from Income Tax as well Estate Office / S & GAD.
- In case of Non-Gazatted Govt. servants the Service Book should be attached after completing the following…
- Page -03 of the Service Book may be completed in all respects i.e. Name, Father Name, Date of Birth, Signature / Thumb Impression if the Govt. servants, Nationality, Religion etc.
- Page-03 of the Service Book should be re-attested as per note printed on front top of the said page with full dated signature.
- Appointment entry may be made in the Service Book with No. & Date.
- Service verification for the entire period of his service should be recorded duly numbered.
- Periodical entries of Pay may be recorded in Service Book as well as Leave Account.
- Entries of all kinds of leave should be recorded in the Service Book.
- Column-08 of all pages of Service Book should be signed by the Government servant.
- Entries of Departmental Pay fixation/Move-over / up-Gradation / reversion on the eve of Promotion/ Selection Grade (before 01.12.2001) may be recorded in the Service Book.
- Entries of stoppage of increments etc. may be recorded in Service Book.
- Entry of Suspension re-instatement, Removal, Dismissal reversion wilful absence etc. should be recorded in the Service Book.
- Pay fixation by the Audit (Pay Fixation Party).
- Detail of recoveries of Overpayment Pointed out by the Audit (Pay Fixation Party).
- In case the recovery has been made Good through Treasury Challan, the same may be verified by the State Bank / Treasury Officer.
- Entries regarding transfer / deputation may be made in Service Book.
- Entry regarding retirement may be made in the Service Book.
- In case of invalid Pension, the original Invaliding roll and Form-8 (Pen) should be submitted with the case. Overwriting, erasing, tempering and cutting in the recorded date of birth on Page-3 of the Service Book should strictly be avoided (As well as in name, Father Name)
- Entry regarding court decision as well as entry of Departmental implementation order may be made in Service Book.
- Present Postal Address in the relevant column of pension papers along with contact telephone number of the pensioner.
- All entries should be neat & clear. Overwriting, cutting, remaining, tempering, erasing should strictly be avoided.
- In case of death during service the following documents should be submitted in addition to the above (from Serial No. 1 to 14)…
- List of Family members showing their names age/ date of birth, relation with Pensioners and Marital Status.
- Certificates of Non-Separation and Non-remarriage of widow /widower (Signed by the Drawing and Disbursing Officer).
- Guardianship certificate in case of minor children (signed by the DDO).
- A certificate to the effect that children mentioned in the list are legitimate and not adopted (signed by the DDO).
- Death certificate (Original).
- Three photographs of widow / widows (attested by the Department).
- Three photo-copies of CNIC of widow/widows (attested by the Department).
- Descriptive Roll (on proper form) duly attested by the department.
- Specimen signature / Thumb and fingers impression slip (attested by the Department).
- In case of authorization of family pension to the un-married daughter / daughters the non-marriage certificate (signed by the competent authority).
- A certificate to the effect that there is no other widow / widows, son / daughter / daughters of the deceased except shown in the list (attested by the DDO).
- In case of death after retirement, the application of the widow and forwarding memo should be attached with the above documents.
- In case of Superannuation Pension ONE YEAR before the Date of Retirement the Department shall initiate the case.
- And in case of Retiring Pension at least THREE MONTHS before the Date of Retirement application shall be preferred.
Note: The above requirements will be reduced/changed when all the payments are made through computer system.