• Superannuation pension –This is granted to a Government Servant who retires on attaining the age of Superannuation 58 yrs as prescribed by the State Government. (Ref:Rule 33 & 42 of the TS RP Rules, 1980)
  • Pension on absorption -This is granted to Government servant who is permitted to be absorbed in a corporation or company wholly/substantially owned by Government subject to the conditions provided in respective Rules. (Ref:Rule 35 of the RPR 1980)
  • Invalid Pension –This is granted to a Government servant who is declared invalid by the appropriate medical authority for continuing further Government Service (Ref:Rule 37 of the TS Revised Pension Rules 1980)
  • Retiring Pension– This is granted to a government servant who opts to retire voluntarily before the date of his superannuation subject to the conditions provided in respective rules. (Rule 43 and Rule 44 of the TS RPR, 1980)
  • Compulsory Retirement  Pension– This is granted to a Government servant when he is retired compulsorily by the Government before the date of his superannuation. (Rule 39 of the TS RPR, 1980)
  • Compassionate Allowance - This is granted in deserving cases to a Government servant when he is dismissed / removed from service before the date of his superannuation (Rule 40 of the TS RPR, 1980)
  • Anticipatory Pension:   Where the payment of pension is delayed, Head of office may sanction Anticipatory pension to the pensioner (Ref: Rule 51 of TS RPRs 1980)
  • Provisional Pension: It is payable to a retired Government servant against whom departmental or judicial proceedings are pending. The minimum provisional pension payable is 75%  of the admissible pension. (Ref: Rule 52 of TSRPRs 1980)