Do’s and Dont’s for Pensioners
a. Your Bank Branchb. The Head of Office and the PAO in the Ministry from where you retired;c. Central Pension Accounting Office
(i). A person exercising the powers of a Magistrate under the Criminal Procedure code;(ii). A Registrar or Sub-Registrar appointed under Indian Registration Act;(iii). A Gazetted Government servant;(iv). A Police Officer not below the rank of Sub-Inspector in -charge of a Police Station; Offices;(vi). A Class-I officer of the Reserve Bank of India, an officer (including Grade II officer) of the State Bank of India or of its subsidiary;(vii). A pensioned Officer who, before retirement, exercised the powers of a magistrate;(viii). A Justice of Peace;(ix). A Block Development Officer, Munsif, Tehsildar or Naib Tehsildar;(x). A Head of Village Panchayat, Gram Panchayat, Gaon Panchayat or an Executive Committee of a Village;(xi). A Member of Parliament, of State legislatures or of legislatures of Union Territory Governments /Administrations.(xii). Treasury Officer.
(i). Pay & Accounts Officer issuing PPO – Despatch of PPO by PAO to the CPAO on the last working day of the month preceding the month of retirement
(ii). Central Pension Accounting Office (CPAO) – Despatch of PPO by CPAO to Link Branch of PSB by 20th of the month of retirement
(iii). Link Branch – Despatch of PPO by Link Branch to paying branch by 23rd of the month of retirement.
(iv). Paying Branch- Paying Branch will complete all formalities and ensure that the pension has been credited to the pensioner’s account on the last date of the month.