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Dear All, Can any one explain the procedure of appying pension & EPF, if any employees dies while on leave.
From India, Delhi
Dear Mr Amar Abrar,
Thanks for your information. Can you please mail us the format of one filled form 20 & 10D and also furnish what are the necessary documents should be attached while on submission into EPFO.

From India, Delhi
Dear prghr
Mr Amar rightly suggested. It makes no difference whether the employee concerned was on leave or on duty. From the date of his death his family/nominee is entitled for pension and refund of the PF amount.
Just open the site of EPFO and download the format of the required forms.

From India, Delhi
Dear Prghr,
Kindly find the Attached EPF FORM 20 & 10 D for your kind reference.
The Below documents have to be Enclose:-
1. Bank Statement – Both ( Father & Mother )
2. Photos -3 copies
3. Death Certificate
4. Legal Heir Certificate
5. Death report
6. Ration Card Copy
7. Affidavit
8. Form 3A
9. Break in Service Details
10. Form5 &10

From India, Madras

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Form 10 D.pdf (97.0 KB, 257 views)
File Type: pdf Form 20.pdf (176.1 KB, 219 views)

In addition to form 20&10D submit form 5(IF)also to claim assurance benefit from EDLI scheme in the case of an employee died while in service. Varghese Mathew 09961266966
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Mr Vinay & Mr Varghese Mathew
Thanks for your information. I am going to submit the same will soon. I will be coming back, if need any more clarification in future.
If it is possible, can any one send the filled copy of form 20 & 10D.

From India, Delhi
Dear Prghr,

I appreciate Mr Vinay & Mr Varghese for their help in enriching knowledge of Mr Prghr and thousands of the Cite HR members.

I would like to add some thing more in it............

In case of death of an EPF member , the following forms are required to be submitted by the nominee / claimant with sub / Regional PF Commissioner Office.

1.Form No.20 ( For Claiming EPF Contributions)

2.Form No.10-D ( For claiming benefits under Pension Scheme ,1995)

3.Form 5 IF ( For Claiming EDLI benefits under the EDLI Scheme)

4.Death Certificate issued by Panchayat / Registrar in original.

5.Photographs of Claimant(s) duly attested by employer.

6.Proof of date of birth of claimant for pension benefits.

7.Photographs of minors ( Max Two Minors) along with their birth certificates duly attested by employer.

8.Form 5/10 duly signed by employer.

9. Letter by employer declaring claimant as legal heir , if no nomination by member has already been made.

10.Form No.3A current years contribution by employee and employer.

In case of death ( Married Person) : Widow will get the entire contribution made by employee towards the EPF along with the employer's share of contribution with interest till the date of settlement.

She will also be entitled to EDLI ( Employees deposit Linked insurance ) benefits. This will be in shape of a lumpsum amount.

She will be entitled to pension throughout life, to be calculated on the basis of last drawn salary by member.

Two children will also be entitled to Children pension under the Pension Scheme,1995.

In case of Unmarried person : Nominee ( father , Mother , Brother , Sister) will get the contributions paid by the EPF member.

Father / mother will get pension benefits under the Pension Scheme, if they are dependent on the member.



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From India, Patna
minimum service period and deposit eps. account minimum total balanc eligible of pension benifit case of death ?
From India, Bangalore
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