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  • The vision of SAI India represents what we aspire to become: We strive to be a global leader and initiator of national and international best practices in public sector auditing and accounting and recognized for independent, credible, balanced and timely reporting on public finance and governance.

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  • Our mission enunciates our current role and describes what we are doing today: Mandated by the Constitution of India, we promote accountability, transparency and good governance through high quality auditing and accounting and provide independent assurance to our stakeholders, the Legislature, the Executive and the Public, that public funds are being used efficiently and for the intended purposes.

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Inauguration of IAAD Accountants General Office at Kaulagarh, Dehradun on 12-July-2017 by Shri Shashi Kant Sharma, CAG of India

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What is the system of recovery in case of overdrawal from GPF account ?

In case a subscriber is found to have drawn from the fund an amount in a excess of the amount standing to his credit on the date of the drawal, the overdrawn amount, irrespective of whether the overdrawal occurred in the course of an advance or a withdrawal on final payment from the fund, shall be repaid by him with interest 2 1/2% over and above the normal rate of Provident Fund. In case the subscriber is still in service, the amount shall ordinarily be repaid by him or recovered from him in one lump sum, but if the total amount to be recovered is more than half of the subscriber's emoluments, the recovery may be made in monthly installments as may be determined, taking into consideration the period left before the retirement of the subscriber. In case, a subscriber is no longer in service, the entire amount with interest shall be repaid by him or recovered from him in one lump sum. In all cases of the overdrawals where the overdrawn amount or a part thereof, with interest, cannot be recovered by other means, it shall be recovered as arrears of land revenue.