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Gazette issued on extending retirement age of public sector employees

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An Extraordinary Gazette notification has been issued by the Ministry of Public Services, Provincial Councils and Local Government extending the retirement age of public sector employees to 65 years.
“Every public servant may be required to retire from the public service on or after attaining the age of 55 years. Sixty-five years of compulsory retirement for all civil public servants, other than the officers whose compulsory age of retirement is specifically defined by the Constitution or any other law, unless a decision is taken by the proper authority to retain the officer further in service”, the gazette notification stated.
The gazette notification further said that those who have worked in the public service and held such an office or post for  a period of 120 months or more, whether such office or post was permanent or not, may be entitled to receive a pension equivalent to 1/3rd of their salary for a period of 10 years. “Thereafter increased by 1/30th of the salary for each complete year of service in excess of 10 years, up to a maximum of 2/3rd of the last drawn salary for 20 years of service, on the termination of his service on any ground other than inefficiency or misconduct. No commuted gratuity shall be payable to any person who is entitled to a pension”, the gazette said.
According to the gazette, the retirement age for public sector employees has been increased to 65 years with effect from the 1st of January 2022.
The gazette notification Ref. 2263/5 signed by Minister Janaka Bandara Tennakoon, was released on Wednesday (January 19).
Thursday, January 20, 2022 – 14:12

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