amitranjan Started The Discussion:
Dear Sir, I come to know that ESIC limit has been increased from 10000 to 15000. Please confirm, is this news is right or wrong. Regards, Amit Ranjan
dear amit ESIC is yet to revise the current ceiling of rs 10000pm. The news of increasing it to 15000 pm is false as on date.
No,the information is wrong.There is no change in the wage limit.The existing wage-limit for coverage under the Act, is Rs.10,000/- per month (with effect from 1.10.2006).
Till date no official information regarding the change in ESIC ceiling. But through our ESIC consultant, we received the information that there is an idea of changing ESIC ceiling from 10k to 15k.
it's an announcement from one concerned minister for vote! (it's very difficult to implement without proper infrastructure)
let's wait for proper noticification,
as on now ESIC people are busy with Project Panchdeep.
go on website for more details.
Hi Friends.

Till today there is no new amendment for changing ESIC Act 10k to 15k.That is wrong information.This is not a single day/persons matter its a Govt act and with out proper infrastructure they can't do changes.

Nope..there is no official communication on the matter till is hear say and the idea has been floating around since quite some time..
No. the ceiling rate is not yet revised. So no worry about it, until we get the official order.
ESIC limit remains same ie. Rs.10000/- w.e.f 1.10.2006 and there after no increase in limit till date.
As per ESI ACT Fixed gross up to 10000/- Esi Applicable. Till now we didnt receive the circular from ESI Department . may be in future


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