if the date is 29th nov 1971 we are not able to enter in excel sheet
From India, Pune
Hi sir can anybody tell about the difference between out of employment and In the course of employment under employees compensation Act

In the course of employment means while on duty in the place where he is expected to perform his duties and includes notional extension. At the same time if a welder is asked to pluck some tender coconut and he climbs up the tree and falls down and some thing happens to him, no compensation would be payable because plucking coconut is not his duty though he does it following the instructions from his superiors! This accident is not an accident arising out of his employment because he is employed as a welder. had he suffered some burn injury or eye irritations while he is welding he would have got compensation because the burn injury or eye irritation is injury or accident arising out of his employment.
Any kind of disease contracted to employee(s) due to working environment or generally referred to as occupational diseases as per separate schedules in the Act will be considered as out of employment. Again there is a minimum period of six months to establish that the disease is out of employment.

From India, Kannur
Dear sir, Please let me know that how to get age factor and what is the calculation formulae.

Didn’t you see the post of Akhil Kumar Gupta. Please see that.The age and relevant factors are available in that post.
From India, Kannur
Dear Suhas Khambeji,
You have shared Employee Compensation Act calculation sheet, which is ready reference and useful to HR professionals, So nice from your end.
Would request to share password to unprotected Sheet as per recent amendment Salary Taken for EC needs to be amended from Rs.8000/- to Rs.15000/-
It will be great help is you share password or else share and upload with recent wage ceiling for EC calculation Rs.15,000/-
Vipul Rana

From India, Thana

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