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May 23, 2012 at 6:18 am #67515
I am secondary school teacher. Last year my G.P.F amount of one month was not deducted from my salary. Will it be affected in my service?May 23, 2012 at 9:08 am #72658
Obviously this will create problems in future. Get it rectifiedMay 23, 2012 at 12:18 pm #72659
It is mandatory to subscribe every month but sorry, there is no instruction found for such case in the G.P.F. Rules for aided Schools. There is a provision for the new subscribers to deposit the arrear subscription which I am quoting below.
2. Deduction from salaries
(a) Deduction shall commence from the salary for the month in which the subscriber becomes eligible to subscribe.
Provided, however, when a subscriber becomes eligible from a retrospective date for any reason whatsoever, the subscription shall commence from the date of eligibility and subscription shall be recovered in one lump, or,in instalments in a number of months at the option of the subscriber where salary for the earlier period has already been drawn and disbursed and the recovery of current subscription and the arrear subscription, if any, shall run simultaneously.
In view of the above I would like to suggest you to file an application to your D.D.O. for taking necessary action so that the error be rectified.May 23, 2012 at 5:43 pm #72662
Nothing will happen… accumulation will be refunded to you after your retirement… relax…
do not pay any heed to such comments, it could make you annoyed…May 23, 2012 at 6:12 pm #72663
Yes. You can easily ignore the fact but when we are discussing about the Rules and Orders, we cant bypass them.May 23, 2012 at 6:39 pm #72664
do not pay any heed to such comments, it could make you annoyed…
Don’t you think you should abstain from passing such comments? This is a forum dear. And perhaps you are not the only wise person here.May 24, 2012 at 6:06 am #72660
Dear all, Let’s maintain the cordiality and dignity and gentleness of the forum.We belong to a family (not only to a forum) And Shall remain so… let it be our motto. And of course we may differ from others’ opinion (It’s healthy and necessary) but the expression of that may be a little more friendly and suggestive. Please don’t mind.
Thanks to all…
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