Dear All Is ESI to be deduct for working under Educationl institutions Thanks and regards Lakshminaryana
15th May 2013 From India, Hyderabad

Yes, if the appropriate govt( AP govt in your case) has extended the Act to establishments of educational institutions in the state. Varghese Mathew 9961266966
15th May 2013 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Dear Lakshminarayana,
Shri. Varghese Mathew is very correct.
I wish to give only value addition to his reply. The ESI Act applies to any premises / precints wherein 10 (20 in three states) or more persons are employed. The appropriate government -,state or central is empowered to extend the provisions of Act to various classes of establishments, industrial, commercial, agriculture or otherwise in nature.
Under those enabling provisions, most of the state governments have extended the Act to certain specific classes of establishments, such as medical & educational institutes, shops, hotels, restaurants, cinemas, preview theatres, motor transport u/ts, news papers & advertising estb. etc.
Also Allahabad HC held that the word "otherwise" is of wide amplitude covering all other establishments including educational institutions.
Medical and educational institutions established and run by Ramkrishna Math & Ramkrishna Mission are excluded from ESI coverage.
15th May 2013 From India, Mumbai
Thanks and regards,

Keshav Korgaonkar
most of the State Govt has extended provision of ESI Act and its applicability to Private Hospitals and Education Intitute employed 10 or more person in their establishment.
17th May 2013

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