Integrated Pensioners’ Portal

The Indian government has announced its decision to create a new “Integrated Pensioners’ Portal” to provide a hassle-free and seamless experience for pensioners. The Department of Pension & Pensioners’ Welfare has decided to combine all pension portals, such as Pension Disbursing Bank portals, ANUBHAV, CPENGRAMS, CGHS, etc., into one integrated portal. The move aims to make life easier for senior citizens, who can now access all pension-related information through a single platform.

The new portal  significant step

The new portal is a significant step towards ensuring the convenience of senior citizens who receive pensions. Pensioners can access their pension slip, status of Life Certificate submission, and Form-16, among other services, through this integrated platform. Moreover, the government has already integrated the Pension Seva Portal of SBI and Canara Bank with Bhavishya portal.

Benefits of the Integrated Pensioners’ Portal

The Integrated Pensioners’ Portal will provide numerous benefits to senior citizens, including:

  1. Hassle-free access to pension-related services: The new portal will allow senior citizens to access all pension-related services through a single platform, saving them the time and effort of navigating different portals.
  2. Improved transparency: The integrated portal will provide improved transparency by providing pensioners with real-time information about their pension, including pension slip, status of Life Certificate submission, Form-16, and other details.
  3. Easy grievance redressal: Pensioners can easily raise their grievances through the integrated portal. The platform will provide a single window for grievance redressal, ensuring quick and efficient resolution of complaints.
  4. Improved security: The new portal will provide enhanced security features to safeguard pensioners’ personal and financial information.

The government’s move to integrate all pension portals into a single platform is expected to benefit millions of senior citizens who rely on pension schemes for their livelihood.

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