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Hi everyone, Attached is an overwiew of the entire Indian Labour Law..Have a look. Its a nice document to store for quick reference...


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welcomeumesh - Member Since: May 2007
Hi, Thank you. You are really doing a great job. warm regards, Umesh Chaudhary (welcomeumesh@yahoo.com)

guru1967 - Member Since: Dec 2006
DEar ZSK ;

I sincerely appreciate your effort. But there are few corrections you have to make. Pl. refer the following and and correct accordingly.

1) under employee provident fund and misc. provisions Act ; Sl. No.2.3, You have mentioned that form 3A has to be submitted. Pl. note that it is not 3A but it is 12 A. It has to be submitted along with form 5, 10 and 12A and combined challans before 25th of every month.

However Form 3A and 6A are the annual returns which should be submitted before 25th of Arpril every year.

2) Employees state insurance Act

Sl. No 4.1 The maximum limit of salary for which contribution have to be made is Rs.10,000/- and not 6500/-

Sl. No 4.3 pl. add "along with the paid challans" after "Bi-Annually return of contribution in quadruplicate within 30 days of the end of contribution period (Form 6)"

Dear members kindly correct if i am wrong.

Regards

Gururaj.

guru1967 - Member Since: Dec 2006
DEar ZSK ;

I sincerely appreciate your effort. But there are few corrections you have to make. Pl. refer the following and and correct accordingly.

1) under employee provident fund and misc. provisions Act ; Sl. No.2.3, You have mentioned that form 3A has to be submitted. Pl. note that it is not 3A but it is 12 A. It has to be submitted along with form 5, 10 and 12A and combined challans before 25th of every month.

However Form 3A and 6A are the annual returns which should be submitted before 25th of Arpril every year.

2) Employees state insurance Act

Sl. No 4.1 The maximum limit of salary for which contribution have to be made is Rs.10,000/- and not 6500/-

Sl. No 4.3 pl. add "along with the paid challans" after "Bi-Annually return of contribution in quadruplicate within 30 days of the end of contribution period (Form 6)"

Dear members kindly correct if i am wrong.

Regards

Gururaj.

dasp06 - Member Since: Jan 2006
Dear ZSK

Good contribution. But, please update the ceilings and other provisions if any in the shared chart. Eg., Ceiling under Bonus & ESI is now Rs.10,000/- and under PF it is Rs.6500/-.

Thanks.
Prashant

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Hi everyone,

Attached is an overwiew of the entire Indian Labour Law..Have a look. Its a nice document to store for quick reference...

jeevarathnam - Member Since: Aug 2007
dear All.

As Mr. Gururaj pointed Combined returns of PF has to be submitted before 25th of every month (Form 5 & 10, Pay challans & form 12A) Form 3A & 6A we should submit once a year.

For Esi maximum gross salary should me 10000 not the basic.


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Originally Posted by guru1967 View Post
DEar ZSK ;

I sincerely appreciate your effort. But there are few corrections you have to make. Pl. refer the following and and correct accordingly.

1) under employee provident fund and misc. provisions Act ; Sl. No.2.3, You have mentioned that form 3A has to be submitted. Pl. note that it is not 3A but it is 12 A. It has to be submitted along with form 5, 10 and 12A and combined challans before 25th of every month.

However Form 3A and 6A are the annual returns which should be submitted before 25th of Arpril every year.

2) Employees state insurance Act

Sl. No 4.1 The maximum limit of salary for which contribution have to be made is Rs.10,000/- and not 6500/-

Sl. No 4.3 pl. add "along with the paid challans" after "Bi-Annually return of contribution in quadruplicate within 30 days of the end of contribution period (Form 6)"

Dear members kindly correct if i am wrong.

Regards

Gururaj.

tinabora - Member Since: May 2009
Hello everyone!! I have registered into this forum recently and i must say thank you all for sharing such valueable information....The quick reference of help immensely. Regards, TB

Debashish.imtgzb - Member Since: Mar 2008
Hi, Thanks a lot. This is a neice piece of information. It has a brief elaboration of all kinds of acts covered under the Labor Law Regards — - Debashish

Debashish.imtgzb - Member Since: Mar 2008
Hi,

I feel there is lack of proper communication between u & ur reporting manager. Pls interact with ur line manager. If u had kept ur reporting manager updated on daily basis, the problem would not have arisen in the first place.

Since the issue had alredy gone out of hand, you need to appraoch the labour court with all the available documents, so that a proper legal action can be initiated.

For Mr. Ravi -- Pls don't provoke people to do acts outside the leagal preview. Also you need to evaluate every sitaution rationally and not emotionally and guide people accordingly. I went through the previous other posts and came to know that you are a senior CiteHR member. By provoking people in this manner, you are not setting a very good example for others.

Regards--
Debashish

Rabi_panda - Member Since: Feb 2009
A good updation for HR people. But is it enough for a Factory??? Because I was a HR Exec. in IT field but due to recession I want to go to the manufacturing company. Need your advice.


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