hiiiii Can any of the member give some information regarding"ESI" Regards, Neha
From India, New Delhi
P Ramachandran
Hr & Administrative Manager
Hr Executive

Dear Neha Goel,
please surf www.esic.nic.in from which you can get all information

From India, Madras
Dear Neha,


I have attached FOrms regarding ESI as a word document for your perusal.

Applicability of the Act & Scheme

Is extended in area-wise to factories using power and employing 10 or more persons and to non-power using manufacturing units and establish-ments employing 20 or more person upto Rs.10000/- per month . It has also been extend-ed upon shops, hotels, restaurants, roads motor transport undertakings, equip-ment maintenance staff in the hospitals.

Coverage of employees

Drawing wages

upto Rs.10000/- per month

engaged either directly or thru’ contractor

Rate of Contribution of the wages

Employers’ 4.75%

Employees’ 1.75%


No. of implemented Centres 677

No. of Employers covered 2.38 lacs

No. of Insured Persons 85 lacs

No. of Beneficiaries 330 lacs

No. of Regional Offices/SRO’s 26

No. of ESI Hospitals/Annexes 183

No. of ESI Dispensaries 1453

No. of Panel Clinics 2950


To the employees under the Act

Medical, sickness, extended sickness for certain diseases, enhanced sickness, dependents maternity, besides funeral expenses, rehabilitation allowance, medical benefit to insured person and his or her spouse.

Contribution period

1st April to 30th September.

1st October to 31st March

Contribution period

If the person joined insurance employment for the first time, say on 5th January, his first contribution period will be from 5th January to 31st March and his corresponding first benefit will be from 5th October to 31st December.


Different punishment have been prescribed for different types of offences in terms of Section 85: (I) (six months imprisonment and fine Rs.5000), (ii) (one year imprisonment and fine), and 85-A: (five years imprisonment and not less to 2 years) and 85-C(2) of the ESI Act, which are self explanatory. Besides these provisions, action also can be taken under section 406 of the IPC in cases where an employer deducts contributions from the wages of his employees but does not pay the same to the corporation which amounts to criminal breach of trust.


John N

From India, Madras

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