Here are the steps you need to follow to claim your PF amount.
1. Get your PF account number
Heh, Didnt your payslips have your PF acc. number???2. You will have to fill two forms Form10c & Form19 - which you will get from your HR (this also depends on the company - some give the forms & some will ask us to collect it from the PF office) & submit it to ur HR.
Usually in some companies, payslip will have PF number of the employee. Check whether you have it.... and in some companies they maintain all pay details everything in their pay site - check whether you have anything like that.
3. Your HR/accounts dept. will fill the amnt. contributed by u towards PF & attest the forms.
4. Submit it to the PF office - this again depends on the company: some companies, they submit it directly to PF office and some wants the individuals to submit it to PF Office.
===> After all these, the amount will be credited in your account which you specify in the above forms.
I guess this helps you.....
All the best in getting it done.
From India, Madras
I m sure u must have had very strong reason for absconding and I guess nobody on this earth has the right to call u irresponsible or bad without knowing the reasons.
Neways i cant be of any technical help here,all I can say is All The best!
May u get ur dues(if u deserve them).
From United States, Atlanta
I can understand u r situation I think u can fill the form consulting a local gezitted officer/ MLA well known and submit the proof which is attested by them that u have worked in the company and can claim your PF.
I hope this provision is there.........better consult the PF Office first.
wish u good luck.
From India, Nizamabad
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From India, Dehra Dun
Absconding will not make the employer to stop providing the PF Number. E-Mail/RP to the employer asking your PF Number & sweetly indicate that if you can't get the number, directly get from PF office by applying for PF number. You need not meet the previous employer physically.
Definitely, they will respond, as they know that once you make a application for your PF number at PF office citing the reason of non - responding of the employer, will affect the employer. It is his statutory responsiblity to provide the PF number on demand of asking for PF number.
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From India, Jaipur
A person in service cannot press for details for it would be seen as deviant behavior amounting to termination. You will not be entitled for any compensation upon termination. The Courts in India will cost exorbitantly for such cases for a delayed justice.
If you are shrewd, you will understand that corporates generate Black Money with their dubious PF records. Part of this will be used to bribe the PF inspectors!
From India, Madras
The bulk of the teachers in Private Institutions surrender their original certificates at the time of getting an appointment. They will get their certificates back only if they sign 'no due' for settlement at the time of cessation of employment. PF is in fact not a safety net. Instead it is a dangerous pit and it will cost one his/her job if they show more awareness on it.
From India, Madras