Board of Directors
Remittance of contribution
Retirement of Employee
Joining the scheme
Retirement from service
Member Home Loan
Eligibility Criteria and Benefit Formula
Preparing for Retirement
Dos and Don'ts for pensioners/beneficiaries and pension disbursing agencies.
Becoming a pensioner
Investment Product and Service
Housing Management Rules and Regulations, 2018
Updation of Spouse /Children Form
PF Claim Form
Enrollment Form - Armed Force
Enrolment Form - Civil
Member Home Loan Form
Education Loan Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Member Loan Application Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Loan Care Insurance Form
Student Loan Application Form
Education Loan Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Housing Loan Form
Member Loan Application Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Job Application Form
The National Pension and Provident Fund (NPPF) was established as an autonomous agency on March 30, 2000 to manage the pension and provident fund schemes of civil servants, state-owned corporation and armed forces. On 1 July 2002, the Government formally launched the National Pension and Provident Fund Plan (NPPFP) through the Executive Order to provide income security to the members on retirement and permanent disability. It also provides social support to the family members in the event of demise of a member while in service or after retirement.
The foundation of formal retirement income security was initiated in 1962 with gratuity scheme and the Government Employees Provident Fund (GEPF) in 1976 covering the government employees and armed forces.
In the face of modernization and rapid socio-economic development, the retirement scheme became insufficient. Considering the overall welfare of government employees during old age, His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo, His Majesty Jigme Singye Wangchuck issued the Royal Kasho to the Ministry of Finance and Royal Civil Service Commission in 1998 to review the existing retirement benefit schemes. Accordingly, the Government Working Committee (GWC) with technical support from the UNDP, ADB and World Bank carried carried out study which resulted in the separation of GEPF operation from RICBL and the establishment of NPPF.
The NPPF, entrusted by the Executive Order has two important core business functions consisting of:
(i) Scheme Administration; and
(ii) Fund Management.
The dual function has broadened its operational scope to include retirement planning and loan services, in addition to its basic services, such as contribution collection, recordkeeping, and benefits payment.
In line with RMA’s notification on the 3rd revision of MLR from 6.66% to 6.51% dated August 03, 2017, the National Pension and Provident Fund (NPPF) would like to inform that there is no change in the interest rates for member loan products. However, interest rate for corporate clients has been revised.
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