Board of Directors
Remittance of contribution
Retirement of Employee
Joining the scheme
Retirement from service
Member Home Loan
Preparing for Retirement
Dos and Don'ts for pensioners/beneficiaries and pension disbursing agencies.
Becoming a pensioner
Eligibility Criteria and Benefit Formula
Investment Product and Service
NPPF Venture Fund
Grievance Management procedure 2020
Housing Management Rules and Regulations, 2018
PF Claim Form
PF Remittance Format
Private PF Scheme Guidelines
Agreement for Private PF Scheme
Form for updating spouse, children and nomination
Private PF Claim Form
Loan Care Insurance Form
Member Home Loan Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Student Loan Application Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Student Loan Application Form (Civil and RBP)
Education Loan Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Member Loan Application Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Housing Loan Form
Education Loan Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Member Home Loan Form (For Civil Servant and RBP)
Member Loan Application Form (Corporations and RBA/RBG)
Job Application Form
Customer Grievance Forms
The NPPF has initiated the Lotedh Scheme to provide benefit in the event of demise of a pensioner. The Scheme was launched coinciding with the 60th Birth Anniversary of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo.
The Lodeth scheme is similar to group-insurance whereby pensioners pay a monthly premium, deducted at source from their monthly pension. The part of the premium is paid to RICBL while the remaining goes to the Lotedth trust fund. The NPPF provides benefit to family member in the event of demise of pensioner. Membership in the scheme is voluntary; and the pensioners can decide to join the scheme at the time of receiving the pension and provident fund benefits from NPPF by completing the form.
The Lodeth Trustee Board manages the scheme which the members are represented from the pensioners. The administrative support is provided by the NPPF.
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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