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PAG (A&E) informs on GPF final payment cases

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By EMN Updated: May 15, 2024 9:26 pm

DIMAPUR — The Office of the Principal Accountant General (Accounts and Entitlements), Nagaland, has informed all retired state government officers and officials that pension cases and General Provident Fund (GPF) final payment cases settled for the month of April 2024 have been uploaded on its website.

According to a press release, pensioners may log on to this office’s website at cag.gov.in/ae/nagaland/en by clicking on “GPF Final Payment Settled Cases” and “Pension Authorization” on the homepage. It also informed all state government officials that a “Grievances Redressal and Feedback Committee for Entitlement Functions” has been constituted.

The committee members include Joseph K A, Senior Accounts Officer, reachable at mobile no. 9436216580 and via email at agaenagaland@cag.gov.in for pension-related matters; Ashim Kumar Dey, Senior Accounts Officer, accessible at mobile no. 9436434188 and via email at agaenagaland@cag.gov.in for loan-related matters; Arup Roy, Senior Accounts Officer, who can be contacted at mobile no. 9436601437 or via email at agaenagaland@cag.gov.in for Gazetted Entitlement related matters; Akum Chuba, Senior Accounts Officer, reachable at mobile no. 9436005112 or via email at agaenagaland@cag.gov.in for GPF-related matters; and Shaji K, Senior Accounts Officer, available at mobile no. 8848574307 or via email at agaenagaland@cag.gov.in for ROP-related matters.

Pensioners or government officials encountering genuine issues concerning the settlement of entitlement benefits can directly reach out to Vivek Kumar Bhaskar, Senior Deputy Accountant General (A&E), via email at bhaskarvk@cag.gov.in or agaenagaland@cag.gov.in, or by sending a handwritten letter. Alternatively, they may also reach out to the Grievance Redressal and Feedback Committee.

All heads of departments have also been requested to include the employees’ unique ID numbers, as recorded in PIMS, when forwarding applications for pension, GPF final payment, and leave encashment documents.

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By EMN Updated: May 15, 2024 9:26:34 pm
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