(i) SUPERANNUATION PENSION- Pension which a retiring employee receives on attaining the age of superannuation.

(ii) RETIRING PENSION- Pension which a government servant receives on retirement before attaining the age of superannuation.

(iii) INVALID PENSION- Pension which a government servant receives if retired due to physical or mental infirmity, which permanently incapacitates him/her for the service.    

(iv) COMPENSATION PENSION - If a government servant is selected for discharge owing to the abolition of his post, he shall have the option, of taking compensation pension to which he may be entitled for the services rendered by him or of accepting another appointment.

 (v) COMPULSORY RETIREMENT PENSION- Pension given to a government servant retired compulsorily from the service, as a result of penalty granted by the competent authority.

(vi) COMPASSIONATE ALLOWANCES - A government servant who is dismissed or removed from service, shall forfeit his pension as well as gratuity, but may receive compassionate allowance if the competent authority responsible for dismissal /removal so decides in cases deserving special consideration.

NOTE: - The types of pension mentioned above are as per provisions of M.P. Civil Service (Pension) Rules 1976.The provisions of M.P. Civil Services(Extraordinary Pension) Rules,1963 do not form a part of the information provided here.