Rastriya Kitabkhana (Nijamati) (राष्ट्रिय किताबखाना (निजामती))
Rastriya Kitabkhana (Nijamati) (राष्ट्रिय किताबखाना (निजामती))

E-Pension Concept Launched by Rastriya Kitabkhana

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There is good news for the employees who are about to retire.

Now they don’t have to keep the civil library at Pulchok for pension lease.

Now, the old system of having to spend three-four days to reach Kathmandu from remote districts to get a pension plan is about to end.

Rashtriya Kitabkhana has started e-pension online service keeping in mind the interests of the employees who are about to retire from the civil service.

According to Kitabkhana, the process of taking applications for pensions from employees who are retiring in all districts through online has started today.
The employees who are about to retire will be notified in advance about the documents required for pension plan and based on that, those documents can be provided online through technology from the place where they are staying.

With the commencement of this arrangement, employees who are about to retire will be able to apply online for pension at home.

The library has included online all the details of all civil servants from their entry into service to their retirement. According to this, a system has been implemented that allows you to work on the pension plan online.

Baburaja Shrestha, director general of the library, said that due to the new technology, retired employees can get their pension within 15 minutes.

If you can get the pension plan online, then the complete and complicated arrangement is almost over. From the coming days, the related employees will be informed through online means six months before the retirement of the employees, the library has also informed.


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