AGHP aghp.cag.gov.in How to Get GPF Status Online Himachal Pradesh
Name of the Account General: AG Himachal Pradesh (www.aghp.cag.gov.in)
Service Provided: How to get online detail of GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) Status in Himachal Pradesh?
Location : Shimla Himachal
Official website: http://aghp.cag.gov.in
How to get General PF Information:
If you are working with Himachal Pradesh government in various departments then you can check your PF detai online using some basic details Using the link below
1:- First you have to select your Series Code from List. e.g. in PDT2345, PDT is Series Code (note series code is different as the various dept.)
2:- after selecting series now enter your GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)Account Number (General provident fund’s A/C Numeric Part only e.g. 2345)
3:- Now enter you four Digit Pin (first time you can use default PIN)
Get gpf status and Details Here:
GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)(General provident fund) Guidelines:
@ The GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)Rules are applicable to those employees of H.P. State Govt. who joined service before 15-5-2003.
@ When any one joins government job then he/she is eligible for a Provident Fund, As they will get a service booklet in this they will get the Provident Fund Account number this number and details should be entered on the right hand top of Page-I of their Service Book by means of a rubber stamp.
@ Government servant who is working with HP Govt. is called subscriber in terms of GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND , So the subscriber can avail (deduct or subscribe) a up to a fix portion of his/he basic salary like subject to minimum 6% of emoluments and not more than his/her total emoluments (i.e. Basic Pay+ D.P. + D.A.).
@ Subscriber can change the deducted amount, He/she can increased twice and/or reduced once at any time during the year.
@ When subscriber is on half pay or leave without pay then the Subscription to the fund shall be stopped during that time Proportionate subscription to be recovered for the period of duty and any leave other than H.P.L./ E.O.L.
@ If the subscriber is retiring on superannuation, superannuation is the stage where comply or department set up retirement plant for service man. Then that time their subscriptions must be stopped towards General provident fund 3 months before his or her superannuation.( or simple words before three months last date of retirement the subscription is stopped) It is also to be ensure that deduction statement for the last one year is sent with their Final Payment application by the DDO concerned.
@ Govt. employee who is having GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)account he/she can nominate one or more than one person, who can receive their General provident fund amount in the event of his or her death. Also the subscriber can cancel nomination any time by due notice and send fresh nomination in case of amount payable to two nominees is shared to each nominee is cleared
@ A GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)account holder who is having a family can nominate the following persons:
He can nominate any member or members of his/her family
1 In which includes wife or wives (except judicially separate wife),
2 husband (unless expressly excluded),
3 parents, paternal grandparent when no parent is alive,
4 children (including adopted children),
5 minor brothers,
6 unmarried sisters and deceased son’s widow and children.
In case of the subscriber having no family he/she can nominate any person/persons including a company or association/body of individuals/ a charitable or other trust of fund, subject to its validity, a nomination/notice of cancellation takes effect from the date of its receipt by the Accounts Officer.
@ For cancel existing nomination by subscriber (govt. servant who is having their PF account) he/she has to send a written notice to accounts officer. Also they have to file a revised nomination in form 5(3) in the event of change in the size of their families, this is mainly done for avoid legal complications at the time of making payments (final withdrawal of pf ) to the claimants in the event of death of subscriber.
@ Whenever the subscriber fills nomination form he/she should clearly indicate the contingencies (a future event or circumstance which is possible) the happening of which the nomination shall become invalid i.e. There are many cases like wife or husband ‘Legal Separation’ (then it should be clearly mentioned) or some other cases like son ‘Disinheritance,’ in case of daughter ‘After Marriage’ should be recorded. In case the govt servant having pf account and has no family or has one member of his or her family, he/she should record in the contingency column (In this column he/she should give the details of a future event or circumstance which is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty) “on acquiring family”/ on acquiring another member of my family”.
** Before handing over the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)statements to the subscribers concerned, DDO should satisfy himself regarding correctness of the statements and record of balances may be kept in the Pay Bill Registers. Errors, if any may be brought to the notice of this office immediately. Similarly subscriber should also satisfy himself/herself as to the correctness of the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND statement and return the confirmation slip to this office.
** Subscriber should bring the errors, if any to the notice of Accounts Officer through his/her DDO along with complete particulars of deductions within three months from the date of receipt of GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)statement.
** If the subscriber is retiring on superannuation, he/she must stop subscribing towards GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)three months before his/her superannuation. It is also to be ensure that deduction statement for the last one year is sent with his/her Final Payment application by the DDO concerned.
** The subscribers retiring on superannuation should submit his/her F.P. application part I one year prior to his/her retirement and part II immediately after retirement through his/her DDO in the proforma as prescribed in the appendix “D’ of GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)Rules.
** While forwarding the Final payment application to the Accounts Officer, DDO should ensure that date of retirement; details of Last Fund Deductions and certificate relating to the withdrawals sanctioned/paid to the retiree during last 12 months immediately preceding to his/her retirement have been recorded in the application for final payment.
** When a GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) subscriber dies after having put in five years’ service, the person receiving the fund balance will be paid an additional amount under the Head 2235-Social Security and Welfare, 60 – Other Social Security & Welfare programme, 104 – Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme, if the balance at credit had not fallen below the prescribed limits at any time during the three years preceding the month of death. The additional amount equal to the average balance in the account during the period of 36 months preceding the month of death subject to a maximum of Rs. 30,000/- will be payable. In such cases DDO should clearly record no demand certificate while forwarding the F.P. cases to the Accounts Officer for final payment.
** DDO should ensure that GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) schedules have been prepared in the prescribed format i.e. T.R.-56, depicting therein the entries clearly and legible. GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) schedules should be written one sided.
** As and when the subscriber transfers to another DDO, this aspect may be indicated clearly in the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) schedule.
** GENARAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) subscription and recoveries on account of refund should be recorded separately in the columns prescribed for.
** It may also be ensured that pay in respect of each subscriber has been recorded in the schedules.
** Salary head may also be mentioned in the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) Schedules and also when making reference to this office relating to GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) remittances.
** While sanctioning temporary advance/withdrawal to the subscriber, it may be ensured that sanctions have been accorded strictly in accordance with the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) Rules and instructions and availability of GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) Balance in the GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF)account of the subscriber concerned.