AP Telangana GPF Final Withdrawal Instructions

AP Telangana AGGPF Final Withdrawal Instructions

GPF Final withdrawal of accumulation is permitted
i. When subscriber quits the service (on retirement, dismissal, resignation, compulsory retirement, removal etc.) ii. In case of death while in service

How to Apply for AP Telangana GPF Final Withdrawal Closure?

a. gpf final withdrawal Form Application for closure has to be filed in Prescribed Format
b. The application duly filled in and signed by the subscriber/claimant(s) is to be given to the department for forwarding the same to the Prl. Accountant General along with requisite documents by the Head of Office/ Head of the department as the case may be.
  1. AP GPF Slips Annual Statement and Account Slips
  2. Telangana AG GPF Slips
  3. AP Class IV Employees GPF Slips from Treasury 
  4. Telangana Class IV GPF Slips
  5. Telangana ZPGPF Slips
  6. AP Telangana GPF Missing Credit Instructions & Proforma
  7. GPF/ ZPGPF Application Forms 
  8. GPF Final Withdrawal instructions 
  9. GPF Parfinal withdrawal Rules
  10. GPF Temporary Advance Loan Rules

Conditions for Closure

1. Subscription and refund to be discontinued during the last four months of service in case of superannuation. Arrears of Pay, DA, IR etc. should not be remitted during the above period.
2. No TA /PFW shall be sanctioned and paid to the subscriber. In exceptional circumstances, where sanction of PFWs is imperative, the same is to be communicated invariably to Prl. Accountant General and acknowledgement obtained.

Manner of Payment

The Accounts Officer in PAG’s Office closes the account after verifying the ledger accounts and issues an authority for payment to the Drawing and Disbursing Officers concerned. In case of death of the subscriber the fund accumulation payable shall be paid to the person(s) on whom the right to receive the amount is conferred by means of a valid nomination. Where there is no nomination, the amount will be paid to the eligible family members in equal share on the basis of Legal Heir Certificate issued by Revenue Authorities.
GPF (AP) Rules do not permit payment of interest beyond the date of authorisation by the Principal Accountant General
Interest is allowed up to the end of the month previous to the month in which authorisation for payment of PF balance is issued. As per G.O. No.3 of Finance and Pension II Department dated 8.1.07, interest is to be allowed up to a maximum of 6 months after the month in which such amount became payable
E.g. Date of retirement 30th June 2010, Amount is payable on 1st Jul 2010. Interest is allowable for a maximum period of 6 months reckoned from August 2010 to January 2011



  1. GPF FINAL WITHDRAWAL  FORM is in the prescribed form. The FW application form is sent to the subscriber one year in advance of the date on which, he/she would attain age of superannuation for filling and returning within a month, wherefrom the same is forwarded to AG/A&E/Hyd, without delay (Rule 31.3.1 of GPF (AP) Rules). Applications in case of death should be submitted immediately.
  2. Application is signed by the subscriber/ nominee/nominees as the case may be.
  3. Application is signed and forwarded by the competent authority (Head of the office or Head of the Department. (Rule.31.3.2 of GPF (AP) Rules)
  4. Provident Fund Subscriptions are compulsorily discontinued during the last 4 months of service (GO.Ms.No.1, F&P, (FW. Pen-II) Dept., dated 31.3.1989)


  1. No temporary advances/PFW is sanctioned during the last 4 months of service (Circular Memo.No.018436/905/penII/86/F&P, dt.31.12.1988). However in exceptional circumstances, which should be rare where Part Final Withdrawal was sanctioned, ensure that the relevant sanction order is communicated to the Principal Accountant General and acknowledgement thereof together with the fact of noting in the subscriber’s GPF account is obtained.
  2. The entries in the application are complete, full and legible.
  3. GPF Account No. and the suffix indicated are correct.
  4. Date of Birth as recorded in service register is noted
  5. Date of Superannuation is noted.
  6. Last Fund deductions are recorded.
  7. Address for communication is invariably indicated.
  8. Place of payment is clearly indicated.
  9. Two attested copies of specimen signatures are enclosed in case the payment is required at a place other than the place where the subscriber has last worked.
  10. Certificate of drawal of TA/PFW during the last 12 months are clearly mentioned in Column No.16 and Column No.17. If the advances are not sanctioned/drawn during the last 12 months preceding their retirement Column No.16 should be ticked.
  11. 14A.  Statement of Recoveries of subscriptions/refund of withdrawals during the last 12 months are enclosed.
  12. In case of death the following particulars are furnished/enclosed:
    1. Date of Death
    2. Attested copy of Death Certificate
    3. Photocopy of nomination (if available)
    4. Original/attested copy of Legal Heir Certificate
    5. List of Family Members and their age as required in Column No.12(c) of FW application
    6. Marital status in case of daughters. (with dates of marriage)
    7. Guardian Ship Certificate wherever required i.e. in case of minors.
  13. On receipt of authorization the payment is made to the beneficiary with out any delay
  14. A disbursement Certificate is sent to this office within a fortnight from the date of Payment.
  1. Amounts of subscription should be rounded to whole rupees.
  2. In the schedule the details of deductions may be shown in the ascending order of account numbers
  3. The guide letters i.e. (GA, PH, MEDL, etc.) should invariably be suffixed to the Account Numbers.
  4. Reasons for discontinuance of Subscriptions should be given (i.e. official “Proceeded on leave”, “Transfer to”_______ Office-District, “Quit Service, died or discontinued”.)
  5. Against new names appearing first time in the schedule, it should be written that the Subscriber “transferred from _________Office-District etc.
  6. The total of the schedule should be struck and written both in figures and words.
  7. Month of recovery should be clearly indicated in the schedule.
  8. Schedules should be prepared neatly and legibly
  9. Correct Classification should be recorded on schedules, challans and debit vouchers.
  10. Subscriptions, refunds towards TAs should be separately indicated. Refunds should be supported by installments and the amount of loan outstanding.
  11. Schedules and Vouchers should be arranged in order as per the list of payments.
  12. Original authorizations should be enclosed to the bill of Final Payment cases.
  13. The challans should there on contain the details of the amounts remitted instead of separate sheet enclosed to the challans.
  14. 11 digit code should be adopted.
  15. A uniform format of schedules for all recoveries of GPF (Viz. subscription, DA etc.) should be adopted.
  16. TA/PFW sanction orders should invariably attached to the debit vouchers.
  17. Debit vouchers should be enclosed as per LOP.
  18. No debit voucher should be missing.
  19. There should not be any overwriting on the debit vouchers.
  20. Payments on Booster Scheme should be made along with GPF payments.
  21. Classification of Booster scheme payments should be done correctly.
  22. Ensure that points indicated in the Brochure, to be kept in mind by DDOs while forwarding GPF FW applications, are complied with.
  1. There should not be any over writings.
  2. Misclassification of the Credits / Debits of Class.IV employees should not be done
 Contact Numbers for Enquiry / Clarifications 
DAG (FUNDS)     :    23231937PABX  -  23236810 – 19 / 370 Sr.AO (FM)- 23236810 – 19 / 327 


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