The initiative is meant to boost EOBI revenue generation through promotion of digital means among its registered employers for submission of their monthly contributions, he said.
Azhar said the new system of Inter-bank Fund Transfer would allow all the registered employers to deposit their contributions online. It would help curb corruption in the organization, besides ensuring transparency in its affairs.
At the moment, he said most of the employers paid their contributions manually by downloading PR-03 form. The manual submission of contributions undermined the efforts of EOBI in achieving the revenue collection target, he added.
He said the EOBI would make all-out efforts to make the payment mechanism completely digital within next three months. “We will make sure in next three months that 90 per cent of employers would pay their contributions online.” Highlighting the pensioner-friendly initiatives of present management, the chairman said the concerted efforts had helped the department to pass on double relief to its pensioners and registered employees before Eid-ul- Azha.
He said the EOBI would disburse an amount of Rs 2.4 billion among its pensioners by month-end to pay their increased pension along with outstanding dues of previous three months.
“Each retired employee registered with the EOBI will get increased pension of Rs 8,500 coupled with Rs 6,000 arrears of three months (April, May and June). In total, Rs 14,500 will be transferred to each pensioner s account before Eid-ul-Azha” he said