GPF Rules 1960 – Transfer to foreign service or deputation out of India, Realization of subscription
General Provident Fund Rules 1960 – Shrot Title and Commencement, Definition and Constitution of Fund
THE GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (CENTRAL SERVICES) RULES, 1960
PART IX – MISCELLANEOUS
Rule-9: TRANSFER TO FOREIGN SERVICE OR DEPUTATION OUT OF INDIA
When a subscriber is transferred to foreign service or sent on deputation out of India, he shall remain subject to the rules of the Fund in the same manner as if he were not so transferred or sent on deputation.
RULE 10 : REALIZATION OF SUBSCRIPTIONS
10.Realization of subscriptions – (1) When emoluments are drawn from a Government treasury in India or from an authorized office of disbursement outside India, recovery of subscriptions on account of these emoluments and of the principal and interest of advances shall be made from the emoluments themselves.
(2) When emoluments are drawn from any other source, the subscriber shall forward his dues monthly to the Accounts Officer:
Provided that in the case of a subscriber on deputation to a body corporate, owned or controlled by Government, the subscriptions shall be recovered and forwarded to the Accounts Officer by such body.
(3) If a subscriber fails to subscribe with effect from the date on which he is required to join the Fund or is on default in any month or months during the course of a year otherwise than is provided in Rule 7, the total amount due to the Fund on account of arrears of subscription shall, with interest thereon at the rate provided in Rule 11, forthwith be paid by the subscriber to the Fund or in default be ordered by the Accounts Officer to be recovered by deduction from the emoluments of the subscriber by instalments or otherwise, as may be directed by the authority competent to sanction an advance for the grant of which special reasons are required under sub-rule (2) of Rule 12:
Provided that subscribers whose deposits in the Fund carry no interest shall not be required to pay any interest.