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Dear senior, Please tell me. What is the diffrence between C-18 and D-18 in esic delhi.

korgaonkar k a -  Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Nitin ji,

In determination of contribution under section 45A, a show cause notice is issued which provides an apportunity for a personal hearing by fixing a date and to produce the required documents to establish the stand and also to file a detailed statement of contributions due.

C-18 may on actual basis or on adhoc basic. It may be for interest.

Whereas D-18 is a show cause notice for determination and recovery of damages under regulation 32 & section 85 B(1). This notice also provides an opportunity for personal hearing with necessary documents to explain the case.

tahseenraza -  Member Since: Jun 2012
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korgaonkar k a -  Member Since: Mar 2009
Dear Tahsin ji,

Greetings of the day to you as well all the viewers.

The form attached by you is Form 18 and not C-18 or D-18. In this thread we are discussing not on Form 18. This Form is a claim form of dependent benefit.

mpsn1953@gmail.com -  Member Since: May 2012
Your enquiry regarding diffrence between C-18 and D-18 in esic delhi. First of all it is just the same all over India. C-18 is a notice proposing to determine and recover contributions in cases of defaults / Omissions. C-18 Interest is a notice for payment of Interest on delays in remittance of contributions. Now coming to D-18 it is meant for recovery of Damages on delays in remittance of contributions. In cases of C-18(ADHOC) and D-18 the ESIC shall afford a date for personal hearing. U can approach on the date and time specified and can represent your case.

Anonymous  - 
I want circular of Six month Advance payment by Contractor when he submitted form 1

arvind18 -  Member Since: Jun 2011
Dear All,

Pl tell me what is the procedure of esic deduction for contract party which is work with us under AMC for 1 or 2 days in a month with 1 or 2 person?

If we deduct in party bill where we show contribution?
If party claim his bill as a pattern of work done in square feet?

Pl suggest

Arvind

Himanshu T -  Member Since: Apr 2013
Dear all,
I have read some where that ESIC covers only the employee whose salary is under 15,000/-rs. Is it true? and if yes then what will be for the person whose salary is above 15,000/-..Please guide me...

Smspaki -  Member Since: Apr 2013
Just simple D came after C :p lolx :) So C is C and D is D :) Nice na?? :)




 
 
 
 





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