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State Autonomous Bodies
Central Autonomous Bodies
An investment cum pension scheme initiated by Government of India, NPS aims to provide
retirement age to Indian Citizens.
Age Criteria: Between 18 to 70 years
Point of Presence (POP) are the entities registered with the PFRDA to act as
a customer interface to all
citizens of India. They perform functions through their network of branches called POP
(POP-SP) The operations of these POP-SPs shall be coordinated and controlled by the POP.
also enroll through eNPS online model.
Registration of POP
Registration of POP-SP (after Registration of POP)
Mode of NPS Contribution
The subscriber can contribute the amount through cash, local cheque, demand
draft or Electronic Clearing System (ECS) at his/her chosen POP-SP. However, for cash transactions
Rs.50000/- subscriber needs to submit the copy of the PAN card as per the Anti-Money laundering (AML)
Also, No outstation cheques shall be accepted.
Minimum Contribution ( For Tier-I )
Minimum contribution at the time of account opening and for all subsequent
transactions- Rs 500. Minimum contribution per year- Rs 1,000 excluding charges and taxes.
What is Subscriber Contribution file?
Subscriber Contribution File (SCF) is a file containing the details of the
contributions of Subscriber (Own and Co-Contribution if any) towards the pension fund. It is a standard
format specified with contribution details of Subscribers which has to be uploaded in CRA system by Nodal
Subscriber’s tier II Contribution Amount- POP/ POP-SP may provide contribution in Tier I and
** Receipt Number- Receipt Number
has to be generated through MIS upload by POP/ POP-SP
POP / POP’s bank transfers the total funds electronically to Trustee Bank
within 12 working days. Information to be provided while transferring the funds i.e. PAOFIN. For example,
Registration Form and Covering letter for Nodal Office
Registration Form for Subscriber
Details Change and Request Form for Subscribers
Grievance Form for Subscriber
Withdrawal Form for Subscriber