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M.P. Civil Service (Pension) Rules 1976.


(i) SUPERANNUATION PENSION- Pension which a retiring employee

receives on attaining the age of superannuation.

(ii) RETIRING PENSION- Pension which a government servant receives

on retirement before attaining the age of superannuation.

(iii) INVALID PENSION- Pension which a government servant receives if

retired due to physical or mental infirmity, which permanently
incapacitates him/her for the service.

(iv) COMPENSATION PENSION - If a government servant is selected for

discharge owing to the abolition of his post, he shall have the option, of
taking compensation pension to which he may be entitled for the services
rendered by him or of accepting another appointment.


government servant retired compulsorily from the service, as a result of
penalty granted by the competent authority.

(vi) COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES - A government servant who is

dismissed or removed from service, shall forfeit his pension as well as
gratuity, but may receive compassionate allowance if the competent
authority responsible for dismissal /removal so decides in cases deserving
special consideration.

The state government sanctions pension under the following conditions:

State government employee against pensionable post.

Completion of qualifying service of minimum 10 years.
On voluntary retirement after 20 years of service.
Family pension to an eligible member in case of death of employee
while in service or of the pensioner.

Note: If service is less than 10 years, only service gratuity is payable to

the employee.



1. Service on probation - Qualifies

2. Service on apprentice - Does not qualify

3. Adhoc Service -

a. Appointment against regular post which - Qualifies

is regularized without interruption

b. Appointment made on promotion -Qualifies

from lower post held in substantive,
officiating or temporary capacity

4 All leave sanctioned by competent -Qualifies


5 Suspension period if declared -Qualifies

countable as qualifying service
by competent authority.

FORFEITURE: Pension stands forfeited:

On dismissal or removal from service .

On resignation.


Pension is calculated on the basis of average emoluments drawn by the

employee during the last ten months of service.
When qualifying service = 33 years

Pension = (Avg. emoluments of last months) / 2

When qualifying service is less than 33 years

Pension = (Avg. emoluments of last months)/2 x No. of half year

periods /66

No .of half year periods = 2 X Q.S*( in years)

If Q.S = 32 years , No.of half year periods = 2 X 32 = 64

* Q.S Qualifying service

Note:- Minimum pension payable is Rs. 3025 per mensem.


1. Minimum qualifying service for D.C.R.G. is five years.

2. DCRG is calculated at the rate of 1/4 th of monthly emoluments* last

drawn before retirement for each completed six monthly period, subject to
maximum of 16(1/2) times of emoluments. (RULE 44)
DCRG = last months emoluments X [6 monthly period of (**QS)]/4

3. On completion of the minimum qualifying service of five years, if the

employee dies while in service D.C.R.G. shall be equal to 12 times the
emoluments or the amount as
determined above, which ever is higher.

4. If the employee dies after retirement and if the determined Pension &
Gratuity is less than 12 times of the emoluments, then the difference is
payable to the family of the
deceased.( This is known as residuary Gratuity).

5. Nomination to be filled in Form (1) and (2)( Rule 46 )

6. Application for Nomination is to be submitted to the Head Of Office.

7. Maximum limit of D.C.R.G is Rs. 10 lacs.

Note:- *Emoluments include Dearness allowance also.
**QS: Qualifying Service


Pension may be commuted up to a maximum of one third of its value.

The commuted value is restored after a period of fifteen years from the
date of commutation.

1. Who gets -
- Families of deceased government servants, who had joined the
service after
due medical examination.
- Families of the retired employees who on the date of death were
entitled for
pension or gratuity.

- Parents dependent on the deceased for livelihood, in the absence

of spouse /
sons / daughters , eligible for family pension.

2. Admissible period of payment-

-Widow / widower -Till the date of death or

remarriage, which ever is

-Son - Till he attains the age of 25 years.

-Unmarried daughter - Till age of 25 years or marriage which

is earlier.

-Widowed/divorced daughter - Till age of 25 years or marriage /

which ever is earlier.


Pensioner & his family are entitled to payment of travelling allowance

from the head quarter, to the Home Town as mentioned in the Service
Book. (If hometown is out side M.P., the T.A. is admissible upto the last
railway station of M.P.).

Family includes
a. Wife or Husband of the employee.
b. Son(s)& unmarried daughter(s).
c. Parents.
d. Unmarried & Widowed sister(s).
e. Minor Brother(s).

The above should be dependents on the employee & should be residing

with him or her.
Claim stands valid upto a period of one year from the date of
Those appointed on contract, Work charged, Contingency paid
employees or those retired compulsorily cannot claim T.A.

Note:- Bill for T.A. is to be submitted to the head of office and will be paid
by that office.