Invalid Pension Rules

(i) An invalid pension is awarded, on his retirement from the public service, to a Government servant who by bodily or mental infirmity is permanently incapacitated for the public service, or for the particular branch of it to which he belongs. The infirmity has, however, to be certified by a duly constituted Medical Board.

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(ii) If a temporary Government Servant is retired for inefficiency due to mental or physical infirmity he shall be allowed pensionary benefits as if he was required to retire in terms of Rule 10-A, of the Fundamental Rules.

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(iii) In case an officer dies before his retirement, his pension is calculated, as if he was retired on Invalid Pension on the date following the date of his death.(Pension-cum-Gratuity Scheme, 1954).

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Invalid Pension Rules

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