Pension of Divorcee Daughter of a Pry Teacher

Discussion in 'DCRB Scheme' started by ahsanoorr, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Sir , My grandpa (maternal) was a pry teacher. He got pension after retirement. After his death my grand ma was receiving family pension.She died last week.
    Now as my mom is a divorcee, is she eligible for pension?
    She has no income at all.
    She was completely dependent on them.
     
  2. nemo

    nemo Staff Member

    As per Memo No. 39-SE(B)/1M-19/07 dated 10.01.2008 of School Education Department, the benefit of family pension shall be extended to the divorced / widowed daughter of teaching and non-teaching staff / pensioner of West Bengal Non-Govt. Recognised Educational Institution even after her attaining the age of 25 years till her remarriage or death. This is however, subject to the condition that the benefit should not be admissible when the daughter has income exceeding Rs. 2600/- per month from employment in Govt., Semi Govt., Statutory Bodies, Corporation, Undertakings, Private Sectors, Self employment etc.
    This order issues in accordance with Finance Department Memo No. 620-F(Pen) dated 29.06.2006.
     
  3. som

    som Inactive Member

    What a quick and perfect reply. Hats off to you man.
     
  4. BIKU

    BIKU Member

    Here are two other related orders that are essential for her ...

    Extension of scope of family pension to Un-married daughters of Teachers and Non-Teaching Employees/Pensioners of Non-Govt. Aided Educational Institutions
    G.O. No. : 95(80)-SE(B)/1M-112/2008 dated 13/04/2010

    Click here...
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    A guideline for payment of family pension for life to the unmarried/widowed/Divorced daughters of Teachers and Non- Teaching Employees/Pensioners of Non- Government Aided Educational Institutions

    96-SE(B)/1M-112/2008 Dated 13.4.2010
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  5. som

    som Inactive Member

    @Biku, Very nice and Thanks for the post.
     
  6. BIKU

    BIKU Member

    Welcome dear Som! We should show the complete way to the Family Pensioners to get their legitimate claims!
     
  7. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Thanks everyone ! Now another question raised in my mind. Pls help.
    If a primary teacher died on 1999 and his daughter got divorce on 2000.
    The mother was getting family pension.Was the divorcee daughter eligible to get pension at the same time?
    I want to mean , are the widowed wife and the divorcee daughter of the Primary teacher eligible to get pension together?
    give answer early please!
     
  8. som

    som Inactive Member

    No. Family pension cant be shared. Its applicable to only one person.
     
  9. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Now another problem raised! No service book is found in DPSC of the teacher, they have ordered SIS to prepare a service record and send to DPSC. The SIS is a newly appointed man. He is saying that he has no idea about this matter and delaying. Its one year over, we have submitted all type of proofs like appointent letter, certeficate from relevant schools, ppo,etc, etc. Ps help me!
     
  10. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Atlast DI Birbhum sent the file to DPPG on 14th June 2013. Memo : 483/P dt 14/6/2013.
    I went to DPPG, they said there is an OBJECTION and contact DI,BIRBHUM. They gave a memo : P/BIR/0001/1999 RM dt 13/08/2013.
    DI said no file came yet. According to DI, DPPG does not send anything, DI representative goes there and bring those files. Someone went there but did not bring any files, because there are so many pending files to bring.
    what can I do now? pls help.
    Detail :
    Name : LT MD GOLAM KIBRIA
    DIST : BIRBHUM
    MEMO: 483/P DT 14/06/2013
     

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  11. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Now a letter rcvd.
    They want divorce certificate issued by COURT OF LAW.
    But the Divorce was done socially.
    Lawers are saying that they can only provide FIRST CLASS JUDICIAL MAGISTRRATE'S DECLARATION.
    Will it be accepted ?
    Pls answer.
     
  12. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    PPO received........
     
  13. soumitdas599

    soumitdas599 Novice

    My grandpa (maternal) was also a pry teacher. he expired on 13-05-2014. Now my grandma (maternal) receive family pension. I also have a divorcee aunty(mashi). Now if my grandma expired then what is the procedure of applying for family pension for my aunty. Did the pension disbursed in any public sector bank. please reply
     
  14. ahsanoorr

    ahsanoorr Novice

    Yes , She can apply.
    Conact with SIS
    Collect SERVICE BOOK of your Grandpa
    PPO of Grand ma
    Death Certificate of Gma
    Divorce Certificate, If not Present collect A declaration before First Class Judicial Magistrate.
    Apply through SIS to DI of Schools.
    FOR FURTHER STEPS FEEL FREE TO CONTACT.
    And sorry for the late to reply.
     
  15. soumitdas599

    soumitdas599 Novice

    I have few other questions below.

    1. Grand ma does not received any PPO. He received family pension by my deceased grand pa's PPO. Treasury officer does not give any PPO to my grand ma.
    2. What kind of forms needed? Where I receive them. Is this are available in internet ?
    3. In which bank your mother gets family pension ? What is the amount ? Is this same which your grand ma received?
    4. Is all public sector bank are eligible to receive pension ?

    And last request I wished to see the PPO of you mother.