From "Pramada.d" : Hello Everyone, Can anybody give me details regarding the PF n ESI contribution that the employee n employer have to do. I mean the percentage that each have to contribute towards PF n ESI. Thank u.
2nd October 2010 From India, Mumbai

ykupadhyay 1
Dear Pramada, For ESI rate of contribution is 4.75% for the emplyer and 1.75% for the employees. For PF is uniform 12% for both. Employee has a choice for additional contribution.
2nd October 2010 From India, Pune
Mr. Pramada,
In EPF Dediction :-
Employer share is 13.61%
Employee share is 12%
total share of EPF is 25.61%
And the ESI deduction is correct as said by mr. upadhaya.
Thanks !
Regards !
hemant kashyap
4th October 2010 From India, Delhi
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4th October 2010 From India, Delhi
for pf
employee contribution is 12% on basic +da
for empler 12+1.61% admin charges
in pf challan form
employer contribution 3.67%in pf
8.33% on pension fund
for esi
employe has to contribute 1.75%
employer has to contribute 4.75%
suman saurabh

4th October 2010 From India, Delhi
smbhappy 39
Dear Pramada.D is your unit is a new establishment? If not you should go by the practice being followed already there. Please study the previous practice being followed.
However, Y K Upadhyay, Hemant Kashyap and Suman Saurabh has explained it well.
4th October 2010 From India, Chandigarh
dasyam.santosh kumar
Any body tell me what is the basic salary it means 50% or 60% of total salary it is basing on the industry or place
10th January 2015 From India, Nalgonda
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