‘Karnataka Pharmacy Council Registered Pharmacist Welfare Trust (KPCRPWT)’ is a socialwelfare scheme for the benefit of the family of the registered pharmacist with a concern on the welfare of the pharmacist andhis/her family. It was established in the year 1998 for the benefit of the registeredpharmacists and their families. It is a unique scheme established for the firsttime in India with a concern on the welfare of the pharmacist and his/her family. Till date many families have been benefited by the scheme.
The scheme is extended to the ailing pharmacists suffering from diseases such asCancer, Kidney Failure, Bypass Surgery, etc., and other ailments of seriousnature (in case the scheme is well responded by the members) as decided by the trust.
Digitalization of KPCRPWT Services
- Issuing Technology Enabled (Microchip & Bar code) Enrolment Certificate - January 2017.
Rules and Conditions for Enrollment in the Trust
- The applicant should be between 18 to 60 years of age to enroll under KPCRPWT.
- The applicant must be a Registered Pharmacists in Karnataka State Pharmacy Council.
- The benefits under scheme will be given only if he is in the rolls of theKarnataka State Pharmacy Council at the time of the claim.
The scheme will start on the day of payment of prescribed contribution by the members and will continue as long as he/she continues to be a Registered Pharmacist who renews the Registration every year under Karnataka State Pharmacy Council. The contribution collected shall be kept in scheduled banks approved by the Reserve Bank of India from time to time.
Benefits Under this scheme:
IN CASE OF MEDICAL CLAIM:
- A partial disbursement up to 1/3 of the minimum amount for the medical treatment in case of serious illness such as cancer, cardiac surgery, kidney transplantation etc.
- A discharge certificate from the Hospital / Nursing Home indicates the brief report of illness and the treatment given should be produced in original or a certified copy.
IN CASE OF DEATH:
- The quantum amount of Rs.2,00,000/- from 1st January 2021 to be given in case of death which will be reviewed depending upon the trust resources.
- Any partial amounts paid under medical claim will be deducted from final settlement to the nominee.
- Death Certificate issued by a competent authority in original should be produced along with application for claim.
- The claim shall be made in writing by the nominee whose name is registered in the trust.
- In case the registered nominee is not alive at the time of claim, only the legal heir approved by the court of law can make the claim producing the proof of their legal heir rights. The claim should be made within 3 months or 90 days from the date of death.