First-ever : A comprehensive, user-friendly and dedicated Finance Wing website-alpha version launched by the Honourable VC              Suggestions and comments are welcome at finofficer@du.ac.in and dufinancewing@gmail.com            First-ever : Publication of a comprehensive Financial Procedure Document (Draft) for Training and Reference purposes for the Finance Wing            First-ever : No transactions through physical cash collection in Finance branch-a major landmark towards e-governance@DU            First ever : Proud to announce over a million online transactions carried out since inception of complete online payment system(2016)            Online fee collection for the 2nd and 3rd Year   UG Student  and  PG students               Miscellaneous Fee Collection         UGC letter granting extension beyond 31st March, 2017 for utilisation of various components of UGC XII plan grants            Online fee collection for the 2nd and 3rd Year   UG Student  and  PG students               Miscellaneous Fee Collection        

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  Defined Contribution Pension Scheme - link


  • The New Pension Scheme works on defined contribution basis and will have two tiers. Tier-I and II. Contribution to Tier-I is mandatory for all Government servants joining Government service on or after 1-1-2004 (except the armed forces in the first stage), whereas Tier-II will be optional and at the discretion of Government servants.
  • In Tier-I, a Government servant will have to make a contribution of 10% of his basic pay plus DA, which will be deducted from his salary bill every month. The Government will make an equal matching contribution. However, there will be no contribution from the Government in respect of individuals who are not Government employees.
  • Tier-I contributions (and the investment returns) will be kept in a non-withdrawable Pension Tier-I Account. Tier-II contributions will be kept in a separate account that will be withdrawable at the option of the Government servant. Government will not make any contribution to Tier-II account.
  • The existing provisions of Defined Benefit Pension and GPF would not be available to the new recruits in the central Government service, i.e. to the Government servants joining Government service on or after 1-1-2004.