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States Shifting To Old Pension Scheme Major Step Backwards: RBI Article

Just lately, some states have introduced reversal to the OPS from NPS. (Representational)


States reverting to the previous pension scheme is a “main step backwards” and will take the fiscal stress of states to “unsustainable ranges” within the medium to long run, based on an article by RBI staffers.

The article by Rachit Solanki, Somnath Sharma, RK Sinha, SR Behera and Atri Mukherjee mentioned the cumulative fiscal burden within the case of the Previous Pension Scheme (OPS) may very well be as excessive as 4.5 instances that of the New Pension Scheme, which was carried out over a decade in the past as a part of pension reforms.

The views expressed within the analysis paper should not that of the Reserve Financial institution of India (RBI).

Just lately, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh have introduced reversal to the OPS from NPS, the article mentioned.

The OPS has Outlined Advantages (DB) whereas the NPS has outlined contributions, the article mentioned, including that whereas the OPS has a brief time period attract, the identical poses challenges within the medium to long run.

“…brief run discount in states’ pension outgo which can be driving selections to revive OPS, can be eclipsed by the massive rise in future unfunded pension liabilities in the long term,” it mentioned.

“States’ reverting to the OPS can be a significant step backwards and may improve their fiscal stress to unsustainable ranges within the medium to long run,” the article warned.

The quick achieve for states shifting again to the OPS is that they won’t must spend on the NPS contribution of the present workers, however sooner or later, the unfunded OPS is prone to exert “extreme pressures” on their funds, it mentioned.

States will save solely 0.1 per cent of GDP in yearly pension outgo by reverting to the OPS until 2040 however can be required to incur a median further improve in pension expenditure by 0.5 per cent of yearly GDP publish 2040.

It mentioned a number of developed economies with DB schemes previously have confronted rising public expenditure as a result of rising life expectancy of its residents, and the altering demographic profile and rising fiscal prices have compelled a number of economies around the globe to re-examine their pension schemes.

“Any reversion to the OPS by the states can be fiscally unsustainable, although it might lead to a direct fall of their pension outgo,” the article mentioned.

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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