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VJ Sharma Started The Discussion:

Dear Friends!

Please reply soon "If some one joins on 01/05/2009 and dies at his home after a little sickness during the treatment on 27/05/2009, his basic Salary was Rs. 7500/-. Whether his widow is elegible for EDLI and Pension, and how much she will get the pension?"
Thanks
VJ Sharma

surajkhr -  Member Since: Jul 2008
* if a EPF&EPS member dies his widow will be getting epf & pension as per pf rule
* he / she need to fill from 20 & 10d for the claim with proper documents need to submitted to the pf office
* nominee form or family members form or declaration form need to fill
* original death certificate or xerox attested by employer
* bank account in nationalised bank

about EDLI i donot have much idea , hope max limit is rs.40000/- and need to contribute minimim 5 years to the scheme

malikjs -  Member Since: Nov 2007
dear
widow will be eligible for pension as well EDLI provided you have completed his formalities .
you might have taken form 2 and while preparing salary for the month of may deduct his PF and deposit with authorities ,enroll him as member .
tks
j s malk

abbasiti -  Member Since: May 2010
Dear VJ Sharma,

1. His widow will get a monthly pension of Rs. 2051 & two children (at a time) will get Rs. 513 each till they attain an age of 25 years. After the elder child crossing 25 years, third one become eligible. Similarly all the children will get pension.

2. Regarding EDLI, his family will get an amount equivalent to PF amount. If he is exempted from EDLI, then an amount of Rs. 62,000 will get from Insurance Authority in lieu of EDLI.

Note : Previously ceiling amount of EDLI was Rs. 60,000. Now it is enhanced to Rs. 100,000.

Abbas.P.S

mithilysardesai -  Member Since: Jun 2009
Dear Sir,
An employee joined us on 9.4.2012. He passed away suddenly after a heart attack (at the age of 46). He did not fill in Form 2.
What are the formalities to be completed for his widow to receive the P.F. benefits.
Thanks & regards
Mithil Y. Sardesai

pkjain62 -  Member Since: Jan 2012
Dear Mithil
Your query is incomplete.
Please clarify the date of death of the concerned employee and also whether any deduction of PF was made from his salary towards PF and you deposited his PF and pension contribution with the EPFO and also whether he was allotted any PF membership number or not ?

pkjain

omshiv mishra -  Member Since: Feb 2012
Dear Abbas ji, What is the method of calculating the pension amount on the basis of date of joining and date of death.Please share your important knowledge with us.




 
 
 
 





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