Harsh Kumar Mehta
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Tiwari Sudhir
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Rajiv Pratap
Senior Executive Operations Industrial Relation,
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Thread Started by #Anonymous

Dear Friends
Hi,
After long time i am coming,
u all r very good & helpful person
Last few days i am gone under depression because my senior give the calculation of intrest & damages of ESI & PF.
Now i am able to calculate the damages & intrest of ESI & PF.
i think u should also know about calculation of damages & intrest of ESI & PF.
if u r also learn this process pls follow these step.
i give one example for this
a Contractor had appointed for limited period of time. the duration of that Contractor was 1 jan 2008 to 31st july 2008. the contractor had not paid there pf & esi liability during this period. so conserned court send notice to him pay pf & esi liability with interest & damages.t
Damages & interest r paid in total wages.for example the total wages is Rs. 22000, no. of person 3
so here i attach one EXCEL SHEET regarding this calculation.
if u dont understand dont shy thaat is my contact number """"""09039233390""""""


BR/
Sudhir
24th November 2008 From India, Bhopal

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Hi, GM this calculation is based on DAYS IN the Interest & damsges we only think about days BR? Sudhir
25th November 2008 From India, Bhopal
:confused: hello varsha this side,
actually u gave the appropriate info about the pf n damages but plz can u explain me more about why we r taking 2 times the ESI,initially by 1.75%& then by 4.75%.
my email id is

9th September 2009 From India, Delhi
Hi Sudhir,
It is indeed a great help, infact always look for information which given more indepth knowledge on any kind of calculations and analysis.
Indeed a great help.
Thanks n Regards
Runjhun
Can you alos provide info on calculating interest on PF?
18th September 2009 From United Kingdom
can you help me?
i am having one query. for PF calculation what is rule for employee & employer contribution . how we do is- 12% on basic or 780 which ever is less. is it correct. our co. falls under factory act. & is loacted in Maharastra , pune. so our consultant is advicing to calculate in this fashion.
please help......
regards
jyoti swamy.
16th May 2010 From India, Pune
Hi Jyoti,

Regarding PF Contribution -Employer should pay 12% of Basic salary, in which 8.33% will goes to Pension Scheme balance 3.67 will goes to PF & 1.61 is admin charges i.e total employers contri is 13.61%.

While calculating the Pension Scheme employer should pay 8.33% of basic (limit is upto Rs.6500/ ie Rs.541/-) not more than that rest will goes to PF.

say for eg. if the employees is getting Basic salary of Rs.8000/- Rs.541/-(8.33%) will goes to pension scheme and Rs.419/- will goes to PF, however employer has to contribute 12% of basic, whatever be the amount.

Regarding Employee Contirbution of 12% from basic is unavoidable as per the PF act.

Now,

1) If the employee's basic increases beyond Rs.6500/- then the employer have to contribute the minimum amount of Rs.780/-. It is mandatory.

2) On hiring if the basic exceeds 6500/- the PF amount of 780/- has to be deducted if he is aleady a member of PF. Else not required.

3) If the employee joins in the consultant mode then PF does not have to be deducted.

Thanks & Regards...

PRIYANKA...
19th May 2010 From India, Nasik
Hi Sudhir and guys,
I work for a pvt company, I was awfully shocked that pyt of ESI was not paid. from 2007 to 2009. for eg: if the person drew a sal of CTC - 15000 how do you calculate damages and interest for ESI from the above period.
Can this excel sheet calculate single person damges and interests.
Thanks
Alok
19th May 2010 From India, Kochi
Dear,
The PD charges for PF have been revised,
For Months------5%
For 2-4 months-----10%
For 4-6 Months---------155
For More than ^ months----25%
Regards
ashish
18th September 2012 From India, Calcutta
Dear Sudhir ji,
you mentioned ESI Wages Rs. 22,000/_ and calculated 1.75% & 4.75% on Rs. 22,000/_ but i think more than Rs. 15,000/_ there is no need to deposit either of employee contribution of 1.75% and employer's contribution @4.75%.
Please advise,
Virender
30th July 2013 From India, New Delhi
Dear Tiwari Sudhir, Thanks for the usefull informatin,, Lets we have small discussion over it that why we are paying both like Damages and Interest...??? Regards STM
29th March 2014 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Sudhir,
Thank you for your information.
We have contractor wherein only 7 workers are employed by them. The contractor works only for us.
Are they covered under ESI ACT. We have around 70 employees in payroll.
Kindly advice pl.
B Vijayakrishnan
9094007603
31st October 2016 From India, Madras
Sir, contractor employees are also employees as per provisions of ESI Act, 1948 and rules/regulations framed thereunder. The said Act do not make any distinction between contract, piece-rated, daily-rated etc. employees and hence compliance is required to be made or to be ensured by the principal employer in respect of said employees.
31st October 2016 From India, Noida
match one sheets file to another sheets file matching one sheets file to another sheets automatically ( with out No copy & No paste )
31st January 2017 From India, Delhi
sir, Send me CSR (corporate socila responsibiliteies ) any chart or format. Regards Asokan.J
7th March 2017 From India, Chennai
kindly share update reg any ammendment in PF contribution rate as well as PF basic limits of contribution.
15th March 2017 From India, New Delhi
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