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{Latest News}Army One Rank One Pension Scheme – OROP Table

One Rank One Pension{OROP} – Latest News, Table, Chart and Other Details

Download the Official Document Released on 4th Feb 2016

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Download Latest OROP Pension Table {Chart} 2016

UPDATE – Recently government has released an notification that contains instructions regarding the OROP implementation. You are advised to download and read the notification carefully.

Latest OROP News 2016

  • Annual Expenditure of OROP has been estimated as Rs. 7500 Crore
  • Arrears from 1 July 2014 till 31st December 2015 will be approx. Rs. 10.900 Crore
  • Defence budget for pensions is estimated to go from Rs. 54000 crore(2015-16) to Rs. 65000 Crore(2016-17), hence an increase of 20 percent of the defence pension outlay
  • 86 percent of total expenditure on account of One Rank One Pension will benefit JCO’s and other ranks
  • Payment of arrears and revision of pension under OROP is to be made in 4 instalments. However for Family pensioners arrears will be paid in single instalment

One Rank One Pension Latest News
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Military(Army) Personnel have been demanding the One Rank One Pay System for long time. Current pension system takes into consideration, the last drawn pay while deciding one’s pension amount. However, the One Rank One Pension term suggests that armed force personnel holding the same rank and same length of service must be given same pension, regardless the last drawn pay. Another important point in this scheme is that any hike in pension rate will be automatically implemented to the past pensioners of the military.

What are the Reasons for the Demand of One Rank One Pension

  1. If we take a look at the civilian employees, it is noticed that they retire at the age of 60. However in the scenario of Military employees the retirement age is very less. So, the family responsibility for such army military personnel becomes a matter of concern and the 2nd career option is not very easy
  2. Sepoys in Military retire at 35-38 years while NCO & JCOs retire at 40 to 45. Only 10 percent of Sepoys make it to the rank of JCOs
  3. Most of the Officers retire in Early 50’s
  4. If you know any army personnel, you will surely agree that military service is much tougher that any other job.
  5. Military personnel are posted to different areas from time to time and most of the places where they are posted to are risky for their lives. In other words – They keep their lives at stake
  6. Also there has been a gap of pension amount due to successive pay commission

Considering, all aspects mentioned above, one must agree that One Rank One Pension demand is genuine and must be addressed soon. Let’s find out how the government has responded so far.

Latest OROP Table PBOR

The complete tables containing the latest information are presented in the latest OROP official document. We highly recommend you to download the notification to read the information.


Govt’s Response to the OROP Scheme

In 2014, the government accepted this demand and Rs. 1000 crore was allocated during July 2015 Budget. However, this scheme has not been implemented till date. It is being said that due to some technical misinterpretations, it couldn’t be implemented

Latest News Regarding One Rank One Pension Scheme –

Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has assured the Ex Servicemen that all the hurdles in the implementation of this scheme will be resolved soon. He further added that this whole scenario is a expression of faith and patriotism to him. During his “Man ki Baat” programme Prime Minister has urged the Ex service men to not believe those who are trying to politicize the issue

Possible Hurdles that Block the Road to the Implementation of OROP Scheme

  • Various Financial, Administrative and Legal Problems that are to be resolved before implementing it are –
  • Grating Full OROP will further bloat the Govt’s Pension Bill
  • It is a huge administrative overhead to pass all the benefits to the Ex Servicemen
  • There is chance that other Govt. Employees may also demand the same

What do you think about this ? Kindly write down your comments, suggestion below.

    • Annasaheb Deshmukh says:

      There is disparity in the salary of defence forces with civilian counterparts. The disability pension/element must be increased as per civilian counterparts. The defence personal spend their youth to safeguard our motherland. They work in a rugged terrain and difficult situation. Their salary must be increased. The review must be done yearly. Then only OROP will be meaningful..

    • samar kumar das says:

      kab milega iss month ka areaes ???? plz tell mmee

  • Ashoke kumar Saha says:

    No benefit will be accorded to PBOR regarding OROP it is nothing but a story of “grapes are sour”

  • A Nb Sub pension of 15 year and 26 year is equal how it is possible as per table of pbor please checks and amend it according to lanth of service.

  • ajit rtc suratgarh says:

    It should be implement for CAPFs retiree also. . . . . . as theatre of risk is more campare to army personal


    It is our humble request to implement the payment of OROP immediately as the old Ex-soldiers who retired after 1971 Indo-Pak war are getting begger pension other than the present soldoiers,who are not aware about a WAR. like 1962,1965&1971. Preent soldiers are only know the war as KARGIL CONFLICTS.

    • at that time situation and present situation are vary difference, now solders are fighting daily war.at that time solders are not facing this type of problem.

      • Sankar Roy says:

        No I am not agree with you my younger friend. Each and Every present day is the toughest day for the men in uniform. Let it be today or yesterday and condition will also remain unchanged in day after tomorrow too. Don’t loose your heart. serve the Nation, Dil se Bolo JAI HIND I am quoting a small stanza written by Brigadier Dalvi who was a POW in 1962 Chaina War ” On my return Journey, I met many casuals of 9 Punjab marching to rejoin the Battalion. These men had walked from Misamari in small parties on their own, and it will always be to their credit that not a single man shirked his duty. Many of the men were walking in torn canvas boots. The Rubber Soles and toe caps had perished. However, they bore this minor irritation cheerfully . When I Jokingly remarked that Thagla was a poor substitute for leave , they promptly remarked that I too cancelled my leave and preferred the delights of Thagla.” This is called esprit de corps my boy – ignore the irritation.

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