Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Ir & Contract Labour Management
Officer Trainee - Personnel
Sr. Officer - Hr , L&t Idpl
3rd February 2011 From India, Kannur
Thank you very much for suggestion given by u...I have tried to include all those which u pointed. Hope it is correct now. Please need suggestion of all viewer if they have further doubt in new calculator..
Once again thank u Madhu.T.K and looking forward for further suggestion please from ur end.
3rd February 2011 From India, Dhanbad
Good efforts, one more change is required that if employee has disability in Middle ring finger, middle finger and index finger then the total of this should come in formula that is not taking. Pl. check.
Also Pl. explain about "Category of compensation".
4th February 2011 From India, Aurangabad
The changes suggested by Mr. Madhu T. K have already been incorporated in this new (Workmen's Compensation Calculator1 (New).xls. plz check this new file....
"Category of compensation" = in case of Permanent Total Disablement (60%), in case of death it is (50%)just for calculation purpose.
If employee has disability in Middle ring finger, middle finger and index finger then that disablement will not come under Schedule I and will be treated as Permanent Partial Disablement (Not covered under Schedule I) and Doctor will decide %of loss of earnings. And that calculation is also incorporated in 2nd sheet "COMPENSATION PPD BY DOCTOR". Plz check it....
4th February 2011 From India, Dhanbad
My son who is a Mechanical Engineer while working in a Factory He met with an accident (Industrial accident) He had sustained Belvic fracture,Urinary Bladder rupture and compression in his L5.Due to this accident he is not able walk like an ordinary person His present health status is partial sensory loss in the right leg fingers and Sciatica with right leg foot drop.Is he entitled for compensation if so how much.His present salary is 18000/-p.m and his age is 24 years
2nd November 2011 From India, Karur
Can any1 tel hw 2 calculate comensation benefits manually using formulas? Mr. Javed Alam's calculator is really very useful bt, I want to knw with slab rates... And will the slab differs for different states? Kindly reply...
6th January 2013 From India, Hyderabad
The calculation sheet is really very useful, thank you very much for sharing. I have notice that you have not included point
(d) Where temporary disablement, whether total or partial results from the injury" -: a half -monthly payment of the sum equivalent to 25% of monthly wages of the employee,
This is in the case of injured employee's monthly salary to be paid.
23rd May 2015 From India, Hyderabad
I have a doubt related to Workmen compensation. One of my friend constructed a house in rural area of TamilNadu in 2010 and he is agriculturist. with lot of difficulty house work completed. He had given construction work to contractor and he had no formal agreement with contractor. One of the employee employed by contractor met with an accident due to high power electric current and lost his hand below the elbow. Medical charges taken care by both my friend and contractor. It is of no use. Now as per Workmen compensation Welfare commmission he has to pay 5.95 Lakhs and interest of 12% from the date of accident. so the total amount to pay is 10L. he is agriculturist and with lot of difficulty he built the house and he has debts too. In fact the cost of the house contruction is less compared to compensation amount he has to pay . He spent only 6L to the house.Please advice what is the procedure. He is not in a position to pay this lump sum amount at any cause. Is there any way to pay less amount / any partial/ yearly payment option avaialble. Your help is greatly appreciated.
4th January 2016 From India, Bengaluru
Could u plzz help me to find out the compensation of the worker got injured at my father's factory? Details are as under:
My father is a sole proprietor having manufacturing unit and employing more than 20 workers.
The worker got injured while at work, his arm got amputated at elbow.
His salary: 5500
Served: 1 year
plzz reply soon
and thanks in advance
23rd August 2016 From India, Delhi
#AnonymousThe excel sheet is very help.
I have calculated based on the details:
Employee's age - 35 years
Factor - 197.06
Salary Rs.9500/ - But for the purpose of calculation the max limit is Rs.8000/-
Nature of injury - Permanent partial disablement as mentioned in Part II of Schedule I in serial no. 35 (ring or little finger - whole) with percentage of loss of earning capacity as 7%
As per the calculation from the excel sheet (NEW), it is showing Rs. 82,765/- under the heading "compensation ppd by doctor".
Can anybody tell me what is the formula/ basis of the calculation and it it right?
Thanks in advance.
9th February 2017 From India, Kolkata