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Dear sir, Please let me know about the PF contribution and monthly, yearly submission forms details. And ESI contribution. Thanks and Regards G.Saravanan
25th January 2012 From India, Madras

Dear G.Saravanan,
1. Provident Fund
Deduction : 12% from Employees on Earn (Basic+DA)
And
8.33% (pension fund)+diff (Employee Share- Pension fund) by employer , maximum pension not more than 541
apart from above employer have to pay administrative chages (1.61 % on total basic)
Salary Limit : 6500/- basic + DA
Submission: 12A , 5 , 10 (Monthly) , Reconciliation ,3A & 6A yearly
Payment Due date : 15 (i. e for March , 15 april)
2.ESIC
Employees Share 1.75 %
Employer Share 4.75 %
Total :6.5%
Salary Limit . 15000/-(gross)
Submission : Form no Reg 5 half yearly(Apr to Sept and Oct to March)
Payment Due date : 21 (i. e for March , 21 April)
rgds
Vikram Trivedi
PF & ESIC Consultant
& LIC Agent

25th January 2012 From India, Mumbai
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Dear Sir,
Thanks for your previous mail.
I need to know about different between Factory Labour Act and Contract Labour act details. And Revised minimum wage rate as per the Industry.
Thanks and Regards
Saravanan.G
10th July 2012 From India, Madras
Dear Sir, Please let me know about the What form should be maintain for accident register in construction industry. Regards Saravanan.G
26th February 2015 From India, Madras
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