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EPFO launches “View Pension Passbook” on Umang App for Pensioners

EPFO launches “View Pension Passbook” on Umang App for Pensioners

EPFO (Employee Provident Fund Organization) has its plates full, owing to the exceptional services offered to the members through the Umang App. Raising the bar higher and for ease of pensioners, EPFO has announced to launch a new feature “View Pension Passbook” option through which the pensioners can check their Pension and EPF balance.

EPFO on Umang App

With this new feature on Umang App, the pensioners can get an overview of his/her personal details, PF claims, PF balance check along with the last pension credited. The facility to download the details according to the financial year is also available.

How to avail “View Pension Passbook” Option?

In order to avail this feature, you need to click “View Passbook” tab, which will ask you to fill in the details like PPO Number, Date of Birth and other personal information. After successful completion of the information, an OTP number will be generated on the registered mobile number of the pensioner. On the entering the OTP, the user can get access to Pensioner Passbook details.

Ease of Employees and Pensioners

In 2017, EPFO embarked with its digital journey, with an umbrella of providing a host of services through the smartphone (spanning from PF withdrawal to submission of life certificate to knowing your claim status on Umang App) to bring more convenience to the customers. But will this drive bring on-board the financial inclusiveness among the rural customers, is yet to be seen.

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