Monday, December 17, 2018

Public Notice - Processing of Partial Withdrawal requests in system latest by 31.12.2018
National Pension System Trust (NPS Trust)

Are you an NPS subscriber who has applied for partial withdrawal from PRAN but has yet to receive the funds?

If yes, please read and act upon the following message immediately:

An NPS subscriber is permitted to make partial withdrawal for specified purpose after three years of joining. If the subscriber has applied for partial withdrawal, the completed hard copy form and documents are also required to be submitted to the concerned nodal office for verification and authorization. In absence of submission of the hard copy form and documents to the nodal office, the online partial withdrawal request will remain pending in the system and the subscriber will not receive the funds.

As per advisories issued by the Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority (PFRDA) on 06 December 2018, in case of all partial withdrawal requests captured in the system till 30 November 2018, the required forms, information and documents need to be submitted to the respective nodal offices immediately so that verification and authorization can be completed latest by 31 December 2018. The nodal offices will be: Pay & Accounts Office (PAO) / District Treasury Office (DTO) / Drawing & Disbursing Office (DDO) for the government sector subscribers and Points of Presence (PoPs) for subscribers in other sectors. If a request for partial withdrawal is not authorized in the system by 31 December 2018, it will be treated that the subscriber is no longer interested to seek partial withdrawal and the application / request will be considered as withdrawn.

You are therefore requested to liaise with your nodal office to ensure your online partial withdrawal request, supported by hard copy application and other documents, is duly processed by them well before 31 December 2018.

In case you face any issues with your nodal office in the above matter, you can approach NPS Trust (along with your Permanent Retirement Account Number - PRAN and your own & your nodal office's contact details) via email:      
Source: NPS Trust




In a bid to further digitise its operations, India Post, on Friday launched the Internet banking facility for its post office savings bank (POSB) customers. The facility was launched by Union Minister (Independent Charge) for communications, Manoj Sinha, in an event held at the National Media Centre in New Delhi. 

At the event, the revamped India Post website and e-commerce portal for rural entrepreneurs were launched as well. 

How to use India Post's Net banking facility 
A POSB customer can access the Internet banking facility at the
According to the FAQs mentioned on the website, to avail this facility, there are certain requirements: 

a) Valid and active single or joint account 
b) KYC documents if not already submitted 
c) Active ATM/debit card 
d) Mobile number and email ID should be registered with them
e) PAN number should also be registered 

A customer is required to visit the home branch of the post office and submit the application form. The internet banking facility will get activated from the next working day as per the website. You will receive an SMS alert on your mobile upon successful activation of the Internet banking facility. 

Once the Internet banking is activated you will be required to configure it by using the hyperlink 'New User Activation' on the website. Remember you will require your customer ID or CIF ID and account ID to configure it. 

Facilities available 

Using the facility, you can transfer funds from one POSB account to another which can be either self-payee or third-party payee. You can also make deposits from savings bank account to your own RD account, PPF accounts and so on. 

You can also open and close an RD account and term deposits (TD) accounts. You can also withdraw money from your PPF account, if eligible.
If you have you queries, you either call on 1800-425-2440 or write to

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