can my current employer get the information about my previous employer through NPS

i have not informed my current employer (PSU) that i had 4 month exprience in another PSU previously, but i heard that through NPS they can track and get information about my previous employer, is it true? can they get information about it ? or This NPS department is diffrent.

secondly if i already have NPS accont then how would the deatails get transfer to my present employer?

is it mandatory to tell my current employer abt previos one. i dont want to tell them , hiding from them could create any problem??

asked Apr 06 '12 at 20:08 by sudha 1112

Dear Sudha did u join the new join with PRAN if yes how did u manage please help.
(Mar 31 '14 at 12:09) rjendra

There are no different NPS departments for different states/cities/employers. New pension system (NPS) accounts are managed centrally by PFRDA (Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority).

As such PFRDA do not disclose previous contribution to anybody other than investor, so it should not be an issue to inform existing PRAN/NPS account details to new employer.

An investor can have only one NPS account. Multiple accounts and PRANs are not allowed.

answered Apr 06 '12 at 23:21 by Pankaj Batra 5.2k320

no u did not get my question actually i asked if my employer can track through nps that i hv wrked previously in such and such company?? i dnt wanna tell them abt my previous job.. do they get info abt it through nps
(Apr 07 '12 at 17:42) sudha
Generally they cannot get this details from NPS account.
(Apr 09 '12 at 18:19) Pankaj Batra

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