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EPFO pensioners can submit life certificate till January 15

Providing breather to its around 50 lakh pensioners amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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Providing breather to its around 50 lakh amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation, retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has extended the last date for submission of till January 15.

"has directed its over 120 field offices that the last date for submission of by is extended till January 15, 2017," a senior official told Press Trust of India.

"The decision is in line with the central government's move to extend the date for submission of till January 15, 2017," he said.

As per the practice, the are required to submit their by November. In case the don't submit their their pension is stopped.

"The decision is taken in view of heavy workload in banks due to demonetisation. Now are also allowed to submit their at over two lakh common service centres across the country," the official explained.

also accepts through Jeevan Pramaan software application through mobile phones. Besides the can use over two lakh common service centres across the country to submit their life certificates.

Earlier this month, the central government had extended the date of submission of for its till January 15, 2017.

The runs three social security scheme — Employees' Provident Fund 1952, Employees' Pension Scheme 1995 and Employees' Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme 1976 to provide provident fund, pension and group term insurance to its over four crore subscribers.

EPFO pensioners can submit life certificate till January 15

Providing breather to its around 50 lakh pensioners amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation

Providing breather to its around 50 lakh pensioners amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation
Providing breather to its around 50 lakh amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation, retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has extended the last date for submission of till January 15.

"has directed its over 120 field offices that the last date for submission of by is extended till January 15, 2017," a senior official told Press Trust of India.

"The decision is in line with the central government's move to extend the date for submission of till January 15, 2017," he said.

As per the practice, the are required to submit their by November. In case the don't submit their their pension is stopped.

"The decision is taken in view of heavy workload in banks due to demonetisation. Now are also allowed to submit their at over two lakh common service centres across the country," the official explained.

also accepts through Jeevan Pramaan software application through mobile phones. Besides the can use over two lakh common service centres across the country to submit their life certificates.

Earlier this month, the central government had extended the date of submission of for its till January 15, 2017.

The runs three social security scheme — Employees' Provident Fund 1952, Employees' Pension Scheme 1995 and Employees' Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme 1976 to provide provident fund, pension and group term insurance to its over four crore subscribers.
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EPFO pensioners can submit life certificate till January 15

Providing breather to its around 50 lakh pensioners amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation

Providing breather to its around 50 lakh amid difficulties being faced by banks due to demonetisation, retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) has extended the last date for submission of till January 15.

"has directed its over 120 field offices that the last date for submission of by is extended till January 15, 2017," a senior official told Press Trust of India.

"The decision is in line with the central government's move to extend the date for submission of till January 15, 2017," he said.

As per the practice, the are required to submit their by November. In case the don't submit their their pension is stopped.

"The decision is taken in view of heavy workload in banks due to demonetisation. Now are also allowed to submit their at over two lakh common service centres across the country," the official explained.

also accepts through Jeevan Pramaan software application through mobile phones. Besides the can use over two lakh common service centres across the country to submit their life certificates.

Earlier this month, the central government had extended the date of submission of for its till January 15, 2017.

The runs three social security scheme — Employees' Provident Fund 1952, Employees' Pension Scheme 1995 and Employees' Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme 1976 to provide provident fund, pension and group term insurance to its over four crore subscribers.

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