Deal All, With regard to ESI salary limit , what update for Gujarat state???? Regards, Dharmesh Sartanpara HR-Executive
Posted 27th September 2013 From India, Surat
Dear All, With regards to ESI Salary Limit, What update for Gujarat state???? Regards, Dharmesh Sartanpara HR-Executive
Posted 27th September 2013 From India, Surat
In case of increase, it will applicable for all the states...
Posted 28th September 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Dear All, The news published in news paper "Rajasthan Patrika" on dated 20-09-2013 about increase ESIC limit 15000 to 25000, News is attached for your future reference. Rgrds, Kuldeep Yadav
Posted 28th September 2013 From India, Delhi
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Dear parkash, esic & epf deducted only on earn gross and earn basic.
Posted 28th September 2013 From India, Delhi
Dear All, Please share the notification for hike in ESIC Ceiling Limit from 15,000/- to 25,000/- Regards, Sanjeev
Posted 5th October 2013 From India, Kolkata
Can my mother be dependent on me for medical purpose if my father is earning more than limit but not she is not staying with him, and also not dependent on him
Posted 5th October 2013 From India, Delhi
Unless legally separated, she is supposed to be dependent of her husband (your father) and since her husband is earning more than Rs 5000 per month by way of income (not necessarily be salary income but from any other sources as declared in income card issued by government like ration card or such other card issued by Public Distribution System) your mother cannot avail medical benefits under your ESI registration.

Posted 7th October 2013 From India, Kannur
Not sure whehter 25K limit will be applicable effective date either Oct 2013 or Apr 2014
Posted 10th October 2013 From India, Bangalore
Ours is a medical transcription company and we are implementing all these PF/ESI etc things. In transcription industry, incentives are paid based on their productivity which can vary every month. Suppose one employee who has fixed salary of 25K or less than that, he will be eligible for ESI, but what if he gets incentives around 5-10K every month, which will total his gross salary to 30-35K. Will he/she be eligible for ESI ?
Posted 15th October 2013 From India, Chennai
If this incentive, like any other allowance or benefit, is normally paid every month, then it can be part of salary for the purpose of eligibility for coverage as well as contribution whereas if it is paid separately and at an interval of more than two months the same will not form part of salary. Similarly, if the incentive is paid to all employees and on a monthly basis, then the same shall be taken as part of salary. Anyway, an employee once covered will continue to be covered till the end of the contribution period. Therefore, no matter if the incentive changes in between. Only thing to be decided is to find whether incentive accrues every month and if so, take it as part of salary paid.

Posted 15th October 2013 From India, Kannur
Dear All
Please find attached the press note of todays Sakal News paper( Pune Edition, In Marathi language) confirming that ESIC Limit has been increased from Rs. 15,000/- to Rs. 25,000/-

VInay Bonde
Posted 22nd October 2013 From India, Pune
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Hi, Establishment which is employing 20 or more ESI is applicable. ESI coverage should be on Gross Salary............
Posted 22nd October 2013 From India, Bangalore
I think, this decision is taken by the Ruling party independently taking into consideration the coming Election and avoiding Employers opinion. Most of the employees also whose gross salary is above Rs.15,000 are also feeling very bad about this decision.
Suddenly increase the slab from 15000 to 25000 is very bad decision. If it will be finalize between Rs.18000 to 20000 then it's OK but 25000 is too much.
Posted 1st March 2014 From India, Mumbai
Owing to protest from employers the matter seems to be under hold. But I have a different opinion about the scheme. I think ESI is the only scheme which takes care of existing/ preexisting diseases and which takes care of elderly people irrespective of their age. That is, when an employee is enrolled, he gets treatment and benefits even if the disease exists at the time of his enrolling. Again, which medical cover gives medical benefits to your parents aged above 70 or 80? And also there is no hidden things and every thing is very transparent. Subject to certain conditions on contribution, super speciality treatment is also available.

From the employers' angle also, I feel a contribution of 4.5% on a salary of say, Rs 25000 per month seems to be a huge amount but when we work out the cost otherwise, ie, premium to cover hospitalisation and medical care of employee, his/ her spouse, children parents (without age restriction), leave due to hospitalisation (which may extend upto 90 days under ESI) accident benefits, maternity benefits, funeral and other benefits, it is cheaper than any medical policy.

The major problem is not the payments to ESI Corporation but the way in which the Corporation runs. The employees will have to use the worn out facilities and for that too have to wait for the officers/ bureaucrats and the misuse of the facilities by unscrupulous employees themselves by getting ESI leave by influencing the medical officers or even bribing them. If something could be done to prevent its misuse or at least make section 91B of the ESI Act more live so that misuse of benefits can be prevented, this seems to be good.

Posted 1st March 2014 From India, Kannur
Intention Notification by the appropriate Government to amend Rule 50 of ESI (Central) Rules, 1952 to enhance the wage ceiling under ESI Act, 1948 has not been issued so far.

The issue time and again appears in this Cite due to news published in news papers etc.
Posted 1st March 2014 From India, Noida
To All company having 30 employees, all are above 25000/- salary, is mandatory to register ESI & PF?. If yes please provide notification copy Regards SatishChandra
Posted 20th March 2014 From India, Bangalore
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