केन्द्रीय सरकार स्वास्थ्य योजना
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME
Eligible serving employees/pensioners have to apply online or in the prescribed form. The form should be completely filled up with individual photographs pasted as specified in the form. Following documents need to be attached:
For availing the medical facilities under the scheme, parents (or parents-in -law in case of female employee), unmarried son till 25 years of age, dependent unmarried/widowed/divorced/separated daughters and sisters, minor brothers are deemed dependent on the Government employee if they are normally residing- with him and their income from all sources including pension and pension equivalent of DCRG benefit is less than Rs. 9000 + DA per month. This criteria does not apply to spouse and disabled son irrespective of age (please see definition of disability in instructions for filling CGHS card).
In case of serving employees the application is to be submitted through the department, duly sponsored by the sponsoring authority.
A serving employee can apply for a pensioner CGHS Card along with his pension papers.
Application with enclosures and Bharath Kosh payment receipt to be forwarded to the CGHS through the office of the employee. The pensioner Card will be issued on the day of retirement (provided it is applied for at least six weeks before retirement date) and will get activated from next day.
The card can be applied online by visiting the link. However at present provision for uploading the supporting documents is not available. After online submission of the application, the applicant is required to take a print out of the application and submit it with supporting documents (duly endorsed by the Head of the Department/Office in case of serving employees) to the office of the Additional Director, CGHS Bangalore.
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Last updated on 14/09/2020