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16 March 2019

What Is PRAN Kit ? Primay School Ma Teacher Ne PRAN Kit Malel Nathi Tewa Teacher Nu List

Primay School Ma Teacher Ne PRAN Kit Malel Nathi Tewa Teacher Nu List
State Government
"The Central Government had introduced the National Pension System (NPS) with effect from January 01, 2004 (except for armed forces). Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA), the regulatory body for NPS, finalised the architecture and appointed NSDL as Central Recordkeeping Agency (CRA) and other entities for National Pension System. Subsequently, various State Governments adopted this architecture and implemented NPS with effect from different dates.
In NPS, a government employee contributes towards pension from monthly salary along with matching contribution from the employer. The funds are then invested in earmarked investment schemes through Pension Fund Managers."

Scheme Information
'As per the present guidelines of Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority(PFRDA), contribution towards pension will be invested in the default schemes for State Government of three Pension Fund Managers (PFMs), viz, LIC Pension Fund Limited, SBI Pension Funds Pvt. Limited and UTI Retirement Solutions Limited. The proportion in which contributions are allocated among these three PFMs is decided by each of the state government, which in mentioned in the Statement of Transaction. Each of the PFMs will invest the funds in the proportion of 85% in fixed income instruments and 15% in equity and equity related instruments. Hence, in the application form for PRAN, the employees of State Government and State Autonomous Bodies need not mention the details of the schemes.

1. Who can subscribe in NPS?
NPS is applicable to all new employees of Central Government service (except Armed Forces) and Central Autonomous Bodies joining Government service on or after 1st January 2004. For State Governments, State Autonomous Bodies and Corporates, the dates may vary. Any other government employee who is not mandatorily covered under NPS can also subscribe to NPS under "All Citizens of India/Corporate Sector" through a Point of Presence - Service Provider (POP-SP).

2. Whether employees covered under Employees Pension Scheme (EPS-95) or corresponding State Government Schemes will be eligible for contributing under NPS?

3. What is the procedure for registration of Subscribers in the CRA system for Tier I account?
What is the procedure for registration of Government (Central/State) employees in the CRA system?

4. How to obtain Form S1 - Subscriber Registration Form for Tier I?
Subscriber Registration form for Tier I account can be downloaded from the CRA website www.npscra.nsdl.co.in. The same can also be obtained from the concerned Nodal Office.

5. How much time is required for registration?
After the registration form is submitted to DDO, the same is forwarded to a CRA - Facilitation Centres after authorisation by the PAO. PRAN is generated and the PRAN card is printed and despatched within 20 days from the date of receipt of duly filled registration form at the CRA - Facilitation Centre.

6. Is online registration possible?
No, at present, the provision for online registration is not available under NPS. Subscriber has to fill in the physical application form.

7. Can a Subscriber obtain/use more than one PRAN?
No, an individual is permitted to have only one PRAN which is unique, permanent and portable across jobs/employments and locations.
If a subscriber possesses more than one PRAN by any chance, the concerned Nodal office can deactivate the duplicate PRAN by initiating a request with CRA.

8. What is PRAN and PRAN Kit?
PRAN is an acronym for Permanent Retirement Account Number, which is the unique and portable number provided to each subscriber under NPS and remains with him throughout. On successful registration, a PRAN (Permanent Retirement Account Number) will be allotted to the subscriber. A PRAN Kit containing PRAN card, Subscriber details (referred as Subscriber Master List), and an information booklet is sent along with the T-Pin and I-Pin to the associated nodal office. The PRAN Card is a document with PRAN, Subscribers name, father's name, photograph and signature/thumb impression. This card proves the completeness of information in the CRA system. A copy of the card is required for Tier II activation and also for subsequent contribution in Tier II account. The Subscriber Master List shows all the information as provided by the subscriber in his / her application and accordingly captured in CRA system. A Subscriber may verify the correctness of the information submitted for registration by looking at the Subscriber Master List.

9. What are the advantages of IRA compliant subscriber?
Advantages & Benefits of IRA Compliance to Subscribers:
PRAN cards are issued to all IRA compliant subscribers.
Subscriber can check their account balance online using I-PIN.
Subscriber can lodge a complaint against any entity using I-PIN.
Subscriber can access CRA toll free helpline using T-PIN.
No proof of identity and address is required during activation of Tier II account.
Value Added Services like online email alerts, SMS alerts etc.
Subscribers who have not been issued a PRAN Card are termed as Non-IRA Compliant subscribers.

10. How can a subscriber check the status of his/her PRAN application?
The Subscriber can check the status with the associated nodal office who has submitted the form to CRA-FC.
Once the PRAN is generated, an e-mail alert as well as a SMS alert will be sent to the registered e-mail ID and mobile number of the Subscriber.

11. Can a CRA-FC reject the Subscriber application forms?
The Subscriber can check the status with the associated nodal office who has submitted the form to CRA-FC.
Once the PRAN is generated, an e-mail alert as well as a SMS alert will be sent to the registered e-mail ID and mobile number of the Subscriber.

12. How do subscribers come to know about their PRAN?
Once the PRAN is generated, an e-mail alert as well as a SMS alert will be sent to the registered e-mail ID and mobile number provided by the Subscribers during registration. For security reason, only the last four digits are mentioned in the alert. Subscribers can know the PRAN on receipt of the PRAN Kit, or they can approach their PAO for the PRAN.

13. Whom to contact for non receipt of PRAN Card?
PRAN Card is despatched to the nodal offices within 20 days from the day of receipt of duly filled registration form at the CRA-FC office. In case of non-receipt of the PRAN Card, a Subscriber can check with the associated nodal office or he can check the status by accessing CRA website : http://www.npscra.nsdl.co.in and click on link "Track the status of the PRAN Card".

14. What is the use of T-PIN ?
Subscribers can call at CRA's toll free number 1800 222 080 and access the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) or speak to our customer service executive using the T-PIN (Telephonic Personal identification Number).

15. What are the different options in the IVR available to the subscribers?
Subscribers have the following options in IVR:

Change of T-PIN.
Check scheme preference and holding details.
Check the status of any change request (like change of address, nomination etc.).
Check details of last contribution credit and last withdrawal request(for Tier II only).
Request for SOT for last 3 financial years.
Check status of Subscriber Shifting
Speak to a customer service executive
16. What is the procedure for registration of Subscribers in the CRA system for Tier II account?
If the Subscriber is an existing PRAN Card holder, he/she can activate the Tier II account by approaching the nearest POP -SP. He/she can submit a duly filled Form UOS-S10 along with copy of PRAN Card, PAN Card, cancelled cheque and initial contribution of 1000/-. The list of POPs is available on our website (www.npscra.nsdl.co.in) under the menu Quick Links.

17. Where do I get the registration forms for Tier II?
IRA Compliant Subscribers can download UOS-S10 whereas IRA Non-Compliant Subscribers can download UOS-S11 form from www.npscra.nsdl.co.in.

18. Is selection of investment option - Auto or Active choice mandatory for Tier II?
Yes, but in case investment option is not mentioned, for Tier II, all contributions would be channelled into auto choice, a Lifecycle fund. However, investment option in Tier II can be changed subsequently.

19. Are bank details mandatory for Tier II account?
Yes, bank account details are mandatory for Tier II account. After a withdrawal request is processed in Tier II account, the funds are transferred by Trustee Bank to the Subscriber's bank account as per these details.

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