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A public servant may voluntarily retire from the service upon attaining fifty  five years of age or sixty years, which is mandatory. 

Where the appointing authority is of the opinion that a reason exists why a public servant serving on pensionable terms and who has attained the normal age of voluntary retirement, should be called upon to retire, the appointing authority may request the public servant concerned to show cause why he/she should not be compulsorily retired. The appointing authority shall forward any representations made by the public servant, pursuant to the notice given, together with recommendations to the Chief Secretary through the Permanent Secretary (Establishments) who shall decide whether or not such public servant should be called upon to retire.


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