Govt doctors’ retirement age extended to 65 years
nation Updated: Jun 01, 2016 07:22 IST
NEW DELHI: The superannuation age of all doctors in Central Health Service has been enhanced to 65 years with effect from Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said. “Central government has decided to enhance superannuation age of all doctors in Central Health Service to 65 years with effect 31st May 2016,” he tweeted. There are about 4,000 doctors under the Central Health Service, according to the health ministry website.