Central Record Keeping Agency - Facilitation Centers

The Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority (PFRDA) appointed National Security Depository Limited (NSDL), is the Central Record Keeping Agency (CRA) for Central and State Government employees under the New Pension System (NPS) and Unorganized Sector employees. The CRA ensures operational efficiency of the NPS, interfacing between PFRDA and other NPS intermediaries. NSDL’s two CRA Facilitation Centers (CRA-FCs) provide services to Central and State Government and Unorganized Sector employees through various set-ups across the country.

Alankit’s countrywide network of facilitation centres ensure efficient data management and security, backed by advanced technologies. Allotment applications for Permanent Retirement Account Number (PRAN) are received from the DDO or PAO for Central and State Government employees who have joined services from April 2004 onwards.

The Government’s New Pension System (NPS) is a contributory monthly pension scheme where contributions are made by the Government and its employees. For the Unorganized Sector, applications are received through Point of Presence Service Providers (POP-SPs). The funds generated through NPS are invested by fund managers based on respective subscriber recommendations.

Frequently Asked Questions About CRA-FCs

Why do I need to have an NPS account? What are the benefits of having one?
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Why do I need to go to a NSDL CRA-FC? What services do the CRA-FCs provide?
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How do I access an Alankit CRA-FC near me?
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Who is labelled as a subscriber in the CRA?
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How can subscribers apply for PRAN?
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Can a CRA-FC reject subscriber application forms?
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