Sub: Simplification of pension process for permanently disabled children/siblings and dependent patients - instructions regarding. This Department’s O.M. No.1/19/11-P&PW (E), dated 3.8.2011, O.M. No.1/6/2008-P&PW (E), dated 22.6.2010 and O.M. No.1/21/91-P&PW (E), dated 20.1.93 refer.
Proviso (iv) to sub-rule 6 (iv,): before allowing the family pension for life to any such son or daughter, the appointing authority shall satisfy that the handicap is of such a nature so us to prevent him or her from earning his or her livelihood and the same shall be evidenced by a certificate obtained from a Medical Board comprising of a Medical Superintendent or a Principal or a Director or Head of the Institution or his nominee as Chairman and two other members, out of which at least one shall be a Specialist in the particular area of mental or physical disability including mental retardation setting out, as far as possible, the exact mental or physical condition of the child;
Sub rule 10 (B): Family pension to the dependent disabled siblings shall be payable if the siblings were wholly dependent upon the Govt. servant immediately before his or her death and deceased Govt. servant is not survived by a widow or an eligible child or eligible parents.
Sub rule 10A (a): Family pension to the parents shall be payable if the parents were wholly dependent on the Govt. servant immediately before his or her death and she deceased Govt. servant is not survived by a widow or an eligible child.
(b): The family pension, wherever admissible to parents, will be payable to the mother of the deceased Govt. servant failing which to the futher of the deceased Govt. servant.
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