Esi if salary more than 15000/ on increments - insurance Pdf Download

ashok.jangra Started The Discussion:

Can any one provide any circular of esic regarding this

salary paid for the month of nov 10000/ esi deduct 175/-

and during the month of dec salary paid @ 18000/

tell me contributon for this amount

is calaculate on 15000/- or 18000/- up to next return period

as per my knowledge

esic contribution calculation should be on 15000/-

if any reply please provide the circulars

will be thankfull

virajgovekar -  Member Since: Dec 2007
Dear Ashok, The employee is out of ESIC scope after the increment. Please stop paying the contribution. Regards, Viraj

ashish golden -  Member Since: May 2010
Dear Ashok,
after increment u can stop contribution for employee.u can save the employer's contribution that is a benefit of employer because ESIC ceiling point is 15000K

Ashish Kumar

ashok.jangra -  Member Since: Jul 2008
Originally Posted by ashish golden View Post
Dear Ashok,
after increment u can stop contribution for employee.u can save the employer's contribution that is a benefit of employer because ESIC ceiling point is 15000K

Ashish Kumar
Dear Ashish
Please try to understand my question

We can stop all contribution after completation the period Oct 2010 to March 2011

My question is only that contributon payments calculation on 15000/- or 18000/- -  Member Since: Jun 2008
To my understanding, ESIC has a block period during which the employee is covered and payments cannto be withdrawn in between.

Since employee is out of ESIC limit, the choice is with the employer to keep deduction on the minimum 15k and maintain the facility and simultaneously add him into Group Medical Covergae as applicable for all other non esic employees.

The calculations if any should be based on the Maximum amount limit i.e 15,000/-


Shridhar -  Member Since: Aug 2008

Yes u r correct Increment b/w the contribution period means v should deduct the payment upto the ceiling wage. i.e, 15k X 1.75% basis v can deduct. Emr also should contri 4.75% for the same wage til the contribution period ends, once the return filled means v ll show him as a left employee.

This is my opinion.


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boss2966 -  Member Since: Jan 2009
You have to remit the ESI payment for Rs. 15,000/- only even if the salary is Rs.18000/-. Please refer Mr. RK Sukumar’s reply in this regards S. Bhaskar 9099024667

again_itsme -  Member Since: Jan 2011
If someone going to get treatment in esi hospital for half day. Is he has to give leave to his office for that half day or no need to give leave?????????

vsyamprasad -  Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear ashok, u have to pay the ESI contribution on 18k only............since if u go through the employee definitionm u/s. 2(9) of the Act, it clearly says that even an employee crosses wage ceiling he should be continued to be under coverage till the end of the contribution period.

Further the contribution will not be futile, as the cash benefit will be disbursed based on the wages drawn by him in the concerned contribution period..

Hope u understand the issue......

Stephenmarks -  Member Since: Sep 2009
There is no need of ESI deduction for the person who earns more than 15,000/- per month. Regards Stephen Marks.



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