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Dear sir,
Greetings for the day,
As we all aware of that the salary ceiling for deduction of ESIC is Rs. 15000/- pm above than that it should be exempted the component consider for deduction of esic contribution should be the whole fixied alloowances inclusive of overtime, any reimbursement should not be the part of esic deduction.
Thanks & regards,
From,
Sumit Kumar Saxena

From India, Ghaziabad
Please read chapter V11 of ESIC revenue manual and ESICs circular on the subject issued in 2004. Varghese Mathew
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Hello friends, Can any one send me the updated synopsis of ESI Act.

ESI General Amendment Regulations 2010 w.e.f. 1.1.2011

- The highlight of the notification is that the parents of members whose monthly income does not exceed Rs 5000 will now be eligible to get medical benefits from ESIC, earlier it was confined to parents whose income did not exceed Rs 1500 per month.

- Similarly, an unmarried insured person whose parents are not alive can name the minor brothers and or sisters who are fully dependent on the income of the insured as beneficiaries.

- Form 7 replaced by form 6 (Register of Employees Contribution).

- The dependent age has been changed from 18 to 25 years. Like form 15/form 16 / form 24 (dependent benefits form).

- Form 12 – Accident report form – new column inserted – in case the accident happened while commuting from residence to the place of employment for duty or from place of employment to residence after performing duty-

1- Time & place of accident

2- Duty Hours

3- Mode of transport.

- The word Insured person substituted by employee.

ESI General Amendment Regulations 2011 w.e.f. 1.4.2011

- Funeral Benefit is now 10000, earlier it was 5000.


From India, Kota
We have some employees who once were the members of ESI in 1975 -1985. As their salaries revised, they were given medical allowance instead of ESI as per ESI coverage limit by the company. Now they are about to superannuate will get some pension from their pension fund say about Rs.1700/- per month, but won't get any medical benefits from the company.
We want to help our employees being superannuated on their medical issues and want to know:
1. Can persons over the age of 58/ 60yrs. avail ESI medical benefits along with their families?
2. If yes, what amount will they have to pay towards that?
3. To whoom they should approach if residing in Delhi?
Thanks/ Regards,
AK Mathur

From India, Delhi
Mr Mathur;
ESI medical benefits are available to those who are superannuated while being an insured person after being in insurable employment for three years .Such person shall pay Rs10/-pm for one year in advance,each year.This facility is not available to employees who were in ESIS years ago.
Varghese Mathew
Baseindia Consultants
Trivandrum 14(9961266966)

From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Mr. mathur,
Please find the explanation on your query:-
under Section 56 of the Act - Medical Benefits to Retired & Disabled IP and his Spouse – Scheme provides comprehensive medical cover to the superannuated and disabled IP and their spouse on pre payment of nominal contribution of Rs. 120 p.a. (10 p.m.) per couple provided that IP should be continuous contributor to the scheme at least 5 years before the retirement.

From India, Kota
Dear Akhil Kumar,
HR Consultant,
Thanks for your fast reply.
If the employees had been a member of ESI for a period of five years,
from whoom can we get it certify?
As these employees have been members during 1975-1985 and
there are no records with us for that period.
Regards,
AK Mathur

From India, Delhi
Your employees mentioned in the post are not eligible for benefits. Varghese Mathew 09961266966
From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Also I would like to ask one query that, ESIC deduction on vendor, part time job by external party and deduction on it?
From India, Nagpur

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