From time to time rumours regarding Retirement Age of Central Government Employees erupts in Social Media . We would like to bring to notice to our readers that no such announcement has been made from any authentic source of government or 7th CPC.
Retirement age for Central Government employees is 60 years now. It was raised to 60 from 58 in 1998 by then NDA Government .
Last year, there were rumours that the centre was planning to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. This time, retirement age makes headlines one again that the superannuation age may be decreased to 58.
Earlier this year rumours were in circulation that The retirement age for CG employees as the completion of 33 years of service, or at the age of 60, whichever comes first.
This time rumours went to next level by stating that The retirement age for CG employees as the completion of 33 years of service, or at the age of 58, whichever comes first.This news went viral on social media and created panic among government employee.
Update 19/11/2015:Pay Commission maintained status quo in terms of retirement age in recommendation
Whether the 7th Pay Commission will include the recommendations on retirement age in its report to the government (7th CPC report to government is expected in August) we will come to know only after 7th CPC submits its detailed report to government till then all are rumours.
7th Central Pay Commission Latest projected Pay Scales
|Pre Rev Pay Scale||PB||6 CPC PB||GRD Pay||7th CPC PB||7th CPC GRD Pay||Min Basic Pay|
Other rumours, which are trending in Social media are