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Singh.Shweta Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

I want to know the maximum limit for ESI,which means that what is the maximum salary of employee,which has taken as standard to give the ESI.Earlier it was Rs.10000,but now I came to know that it has been raised,then what is the new limit for that.

Regards,
Shweta Singh

NIRAVR89 - Member Since: Jan 2010
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Dear All,

I want to know the maximum limit for ESI,which means that what is the maximum salary of employee,which has taken as standard to give the ESI.Earlier it was Rs.10000,but now I came to know that it has been raised,then what is the new limit for that.

Regards,
Shweta Singh
Pls. go through the below amendment of this act.
Yes, as per the Employee State Insurance Corporation Act, it's mandatory for every employer to contribute towards ESIC, where the employee's gross salary is less than Rs. 15000. As the limit of salary was Rs. 7500 till Sep 31st 2006 and from October 1st 2006, it was increased to Rs. 10000.& now it is increased to 15000. Probably it is expected that this limit shall increase to 20000 in coming years.
The Government of India has amended the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950 and the same is called `Employees’ State Insurance (Central) (First Amendment) Rules, 2006.
We are doing the right thing and it is statutory also.
In other words all those employees who receive monthly salary of Rs. 15,000/- or below will be covered under ESI and the employer will have to contribute 4.75% on their salary.

It is not optional at the instance of the employee.


As far as ESI is concern you need total 20 employees drawing less than 15000 Gross Salary. It means if you have total minimum 20 employees who are drawing 15000 or below, than it's mandatory for every employer.

Nirav shah
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jai shastri - Member Since: Aug 2010
hello dear friend the limit of ESIC is increased now its 15000... with regards jai shastri

merlaravi - Member Since: Apr 2011
Hi, it is 15000 only..if it is raised to 25000 Can you share the document ...

HR JAYNOB - Member Since: May 2014
sorry,it has declared verbally still not received any written doc bcoz of elections myt be.

rkn61 - Member Since: Jul 2011
It is Rs.15000/- as salary ceiling for ESI. But there were newspaper reports that the ceiling shall be raised from 15000/- to 25000/- Thanks R K Nair

merlaravi - Member Since: Apr 2011
don’t consider news paper news..once GOV will pass the notification then only will consider the same..

PRGla - Member Since: May 2014
If someone is giving notice period of 2 months as per the appointment letter on 11th april which would terminate on 11 th june but due to the summer vacations person would b able to work till 16th May. So is there any way that she will get the salary of only 21 days as she would not b able to serve 25 days of notice period because of summer vacations. According to me salary of 46 days(i.e 30 days of April and 16 days of May) should b given but the employer has deducted the salary of 25 days because my notice period of 60 days has not been served. Please provide correct information for the same. company is working in special education.

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