Retirement age of central government doctors raised to 65 years
Retirement age of central government doctors raised to 65 years

The government has come up with the new guidelines that they have decided to increase the retirement age of central government doctors as well as the doctors who worked in AYUSH and in railways too.The government has increased the retirement age up to 65 years because the retirement age of doctors in some departments is 60 years and in some others, it is 62.

This decision took place on yesterday by the Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said.The decision was taken to targeting upon the shortage of doctors in such departments, and in the country too.  

“The decision will help utilize the services of experienced doctors. It will also help in retaining the existing strength of experienced doctors, thereby providing better patient care. This will also help in improving doctor-patient ratio in the country,” he said. As per the decision, doctors shall hold administrative posts till attaining the age of 62 and thereafter they will work in non-administrative positions.

Earlier in July, the government had given a green signal to increase the retirement age of medical officers working in central armed police forces like the CRPF and BSF from 60 to 65 years.

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