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Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension (Age Vandana) Scheme

Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension (Age Vandana) Scheme

Who benefits?

BPL (0 to 20 score) Beneficiary 60 years or more

How much benefit

Monthly Rs.750 / -, for persons aged 60 to 79 years

Monthly Rs.1000 / -, to persons aged 80 years and above

Where to get benefits

To apply to the Social Security Office, Mamlatdar of the concerned area.

What evidence is required?

Passport size photos

Example of BPL (BPL list issued by the Director, District Rural Development Agency / Certificate of Municipality or Municipal Corporation)

Copy of ration card

Copy of Aadhaar card

Birth Certificate (if registered with the Panchayat, a copy of the Panchayat / School Leaving Certificate) / Age Certificate issued by the Government Doctor's Panel Free from the hospital)

Copy of election card

After the pension is sanctioned, open a bank account, give a copy of the passbook (book) to the social security account and in writing to the Mamlatdar's office.

A certificate of survival must be submitted every year.

Official Website :  Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension (Age Vandana) Scheme

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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