PFRDA aims to train 1.2L people on NPS schemes
Regulator PFRDA plans to hire two institutes to provide training to about 1.20 lakh people for pension schemes under National Pension System (NPS), government's flagship social security programme.
Bids have been invited for selection of two agencies to conduct training of employees of Points of Presence (POPs)/PoP Service Provider /Aggregators/APY-Service Providers/ Corporates/ Nodal officers of Central and state governments, among others.
PFRDA also aims to train other stakeholder registered with it and involved with the promotion, collection, remittance of funds there under.
“The training institute/ organization is required to provide professional, objective and impartial service without any consideration for future work, and strictly avoid conflicts with other assignments or their corporate interests,” said Request for Proposal (RFP) document floated by PFRDA. Selected agencies will also do post-training analysis and reporting to Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority of India (PFRDA).