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Please go through my previous post which states that the post was started long back and then the construction workers engaged at site were not covered by ESI but now they are COVERED. The coverage is now given taking into consideration the online facilities and medical facilities made available PAN india basis.
Madhu.T.K

Dear Shri. Madhu ji,
Greetings of the day- SUNDAY.
I am very sorry to bother you on this Sunday morning.
With due respect, I wish to ask you, is there any notification, circular or directives by Corporation or by Government effecting the change in circular of Corporation : Construction 4/99?
According to my knowledge, there no such notification, circular or directives. If you have, please share it.

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Superseding notification bringing the construction workers at site under ESI is attached for your reference. Please find the attachment. Regards, Madhu.T.K

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Dear Madhu ji,
Thanks for your prompt response. I have gone thru your attachment, a letter to All RDs/Director/Jt. Directors by Jt. Director (Revenue).
In my view, it is incorrect to say that this letter supersedes the earlier decision of Corporation vide Instruction No. 4/99.
This letter says that the corporation has decided to revisit the Instruction No. 4/99 directed it’s officers to conduct survey in the first phase of Public Limited Companies engaged in construction activities in the implemented areas and submit a report latest by 31/1/2011.
I have following questions:
1. What has happened to this survey?
2. What is the report of this survey?
3. Is there any decision by Government or Corporation latter on the basis of survey report?
4. Can the Government or Corporation take such a big decision of crores of construction labours with the help of such kind of internal letter or circular?
I invite experts to discuss on this issue.

Yes I too can agree with the kargonkar.....
ESI is not yet finalised the extension of the scheme to the construction workers, as all the category of construction workers comes under unorganised sector...
but due to the recent computerisation, the benefit can be availed.....I FEEL STILL THE ISSUE IS UNDER EXAMINATION ONLY.....
If Corporation want to extend the same to construction workers,,,its always better TO WAIVE THE LIMITATIONS OF GEOGRAPHICAL EXTENSION OF THE SCHEME.....Then only the real cause will GET ITS FRUITS.....
With best wishes....

Dear Madhujee,
As per the threads kindly share ESIC Circular:-
A non seasonal establishment using power which employs less than 10 employees whose salary does not exceed Rs 10000 will not come under ESI. But if it was covered once, then it will continue to be covered even if only one person is drawing less than Rs 10000. However, for new a establishment which has 50 employees of which only 5 are drawing less than Rs 10000, coverage will not be there. But for coverage of provident fund, the number of employees irrespective of how many are drawing Rs 6500 and less is the criterion.
For your auditors reference I attach a circular from ESIC.
Regards,
Madhu.T.K
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File Type: doc ESI- Construction workers.doc
attribution https://www.citehr.com/111144-esi-ex...#ixzz2xM3IfTM2

For coverage of ESI also, the number of employees employed and not the number of employees drawing salary of less than the qualifying limit (Rs 15000, I think the post was very old when started) is to be taken into account. Therefore, if there are 50 employees and of which no one is taking salary of 15000, still the establishment will be covered under ESI Act!
Madhu.T.K

Dear Madhu Sir,
Thanks for the reply sorry to bother you based on your reply about if there are 50 employees and of which no one is taking salary of 15000, still the establishment will be covered under ESI Act!
Request to share ESIC Instruction Circular on the same .
Regards,
Azim Charania

New create the ESI IP that month hes sickness or accident his able taking benefits or not please suggest me

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