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                                                Post Retirement Medical Benefit Scheme

                                                The Corporation has introduced a Post Retirement Medical Benefit Scheme for employees separated from HPC on account of superannuation/voluntary retirement /permanent total disablement/death while in service on or after 01.01.1997. Spouses of ex-employees are also eligible for this scheme.

                                                The relevant details of the contributory medi-claim insurance scheme has been mailed to all ex-employees. For enrollment, the prescribed form is to be filled in and sent to Sr.Manager (HR&ES), Kolkata by end October, 2005.

                                                Please click here for the prescribed form.


                                                 

                                                 

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