If, on the day of the accident, the official concerned does not retire immediately but remains in service for a certain period of time, on leave or otherwise, a part of the invalidity pension not exceeding half may be withheld during the period from the date of the accident to the date of retirement. (iii) The family pension determined in accordance with subparagraphs (i) or (ii) shall be paid for the period referred to in subparagraphs (a) or (b), as appropriate: (c) (i) where a widow or widower in receipt of a contributory family pension remarries and has, at the time of remarriage, one or more children of the former spouse who are entitled to a contributory family pension; The remarried person is entitled to the contributory family pension for that child or children if that person continues to be the guardian of that child or children. Form of a letter sanctioning the family pension of the child or children in the event of the death or remarriage of a widow/widower who has received a contributory family pension. [Note. – The conversion of the pension takes into account only the amount of the initial disability pension, i.e. which is determined by reference to the qualifying years of service and the average salary. However, a pension shall be granted for the entire initial invalidity pension and the supplementary pension in order to reduce the amount of the invalidity pension to the level of the normal family pension due to the family on the death of the pensioner.] (iii) the amount of the contributory family pension payable to the official`s wife/husband in the event of his death after retirement. (d) At the end of the period referred to in subparagraphs (a) or (b), the family receiving a family pension under these clauses or under subparagraph (c) shall be entitled to a family pension equal to the rate permitted under paragraph 2. (i) where applicable, the contribution to the contributory family pension; (iii) “military service” in the Armed Forces of India may be included in the pension; (a) If that unmarried son or daughter is one of the staff member`s two or more children, the minor children shall first receive family maintenance in the order set out in sub-rule 6 of these Regulations until the last minor child reaches the age of [25 years]. Subsequently, the family pension is taken over for the benefit of an unmarried son or daughter who suffers from a mental disorder or disability or who is physically infirm or disabled and who is paid to him for life. [Note 2. (ii) in other cases, a permanent pension, the amount of which may not exceed the amount provided for in Annex II for a higher pension and may not be less than half of that amount: (e) `family pension` means a contributory family pension authorised under Rule 47 and comprising the non-contributory family pension authorised under Regulation 48; (ii) if the death occurred after seven years of service, the period of maintenance of the pension increased ………….. (a) (i) any proposal for the payment of death and old-age pensions or non-contributory family pensions; (b) Name of deceased official/pensioner.
(i) First, to the son, and if there is more than one son, the youngest of them does not receive the family pension until the life of the eldest; (b) a retired member who is employed on or after the 1st. In April 1966, he left military service or ceased service after the entry into force of these rules if he received a pension, service pension or disability pension and was reinstated in a public service before reaching retirement age. (b) Payment of family benefit shall take effect on the day following the date of the staff member`s death. (i) All officials in service on 15.9.1976 shall be subject to this Regulation from that date. (b) a pension the amount of which may not exceed the amount laid down in Annex III. 6. The date from which the family pension is authorised. [12A. Notwithstanding the provisions of rule 12(i) of subsection (2), the widow of an employee who remarries the brother of her deceased husband and continues to live or contribute to the maintenance of other dependants of the deceased is not excluded from receiving an extraordinary pension otherwise authorized under those rules.] (ii) the nature and remuneration of the pensioner concerned by reason of his employment; and (ii) any option exercised by a government employee before the date referred to in clause (i), subject to subsection (1) of Rule 4, ceases to have effect for the purposes of those rules] Note 1. – Before retiring under subparagraph (a), a staff member should ensure, by reference to the appointing authority, that: that he or she [20 years of service or completion of the 50. In the case of Member States, it was completed for the pension.
Similarly, when retiring an official in accordance with point (b), the appointing authority should also satisfy itself that the official has actually completed [20 years of service or 50 years] [xxx]. (iii) family maintenance is paid to that unmarried son or girl through the guardian as if he or she were a minor; (v) Interruption between military and civilian service shall be deemed automatically tolerated provided that such interruption does not exceed one year. An interruption of more than one year, but not more than three years, may be tolerated in exceptional cases, even by special order of the government. However, the break time is not taken into account in the pension. Note 1 – The premium and pension are paid to the beneficiary for the maintenance of the family as a whole. [(2) The Accounting Officer of Madhya Pradesh shall have the power to grant early retirement equal to 75% of the eligible amount of the extraordinary pension or gratuity if police officers have been killed or injured in operations against Dacoits or enemies in Nagaland.] (c) The amount, if any, of the early family pension for which the period for which the family pension was received and paid by the Head of the Office shall be communicated by the Head of the Office to the Treasury official concerned and adjusted by the latter from the last payment of the family pension. (c) The provisions of clauses (5), (7) and (8) of rule 46 shall apply to nominations made in accordance with this Article. (a) Pension comprising a supplementary pension under the existing scheme which was paid before 1. September 1950, as amended, less the pension (other than supplementary pension) corresponding to the death and retirement grant permitted under Rule 44 and calculated in accordance with the Madhya Pradesh Civilian Pensions (Switching) Rules 1976, in force on the date of retirement of the staff member, is prescribed; (b) If the deceased staff member or pensioner leaves another woman who is not alive, the entitled child or children shall be entitled to that part of the family pension that the mother would have received if she had been alive at the time of the death of the staff member or pensioner.