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Dear Friends, Can any one tell me, is the ESIC ceiling amount increased to Rs.25,000/-???? If yes plz send me the notification...
26th October 2013 From India, Hyderabad
Dear We heart about this but still we are not received any notification from the ESIC
26th October 2013 From India, Mumbai
Hi There are only discussions about the enhancement till 25000/- as of now there is no any official notification.
26th October 2013 From India, Bangalore
Hi there is only Political announcement and we have not recieved any notification from department. Regards Krishan Singh HR Manager
28th October 2013 From India, Delhi
I raised similar query in some other post, and members informed that it is going to be increased to Rs.25000, and effective date, not yet finalized.
One member Mr Harsh Kumar Mehta, has commented as below :
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Before issue of notification for enhancement of wage ceiling, the Central Govt. is required to issue notification of its intention to amend present provisions of wage ceiling as per Section 95 of ESI Act, 1948. It appears that the said notification of intention has not so far been issued.
The exact position can be ascertained from the appropriate Regional Office of the ESIC.
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Hope, above clarifies.
28th October 2013 From India, Mumbai
Please ignore that news.. If it is true, it still takes a lot of time to get implemented.. No worries..
28th October 2013 From India, Hyderabad
पीएफ के तहत वेतन सीमा को मौजूदा 6,500 रुपये से बढ़ाकर 15,000 रुपये करने पर विचार

ईएसआईसी एक्ट के तहत वेतन सीमा को मौजूदा 15,000 से बढ़ाकर 25,000 रुपये करने का प्रस्ताव

असंगठित सेक्टर के कर्मचारियों का न्यूनतम वेतन 10,000 रुपये तय करने पर विचार

केंद्र सरकार ईएसआई और भविष्य निधि (पीएफ) के तहत वेतन सीमा बढ़ाने पर काफी गंभीरता से विचार कर रही है। यह बात श्रम व रोजगार राज्यमंत्री के. सुरेश ने बुधवार को यहां कही।

उन्होंने पत्रकारों के साथ बातचीत में कहा, 'इस मसले पर सभी ट्रेड यूनियनों की ओर से की जा रही मंाग को ध्यान में रखते हुए पीएफ के तहत वेतन सीमा को मौजूदा 6,500 रुपये से बढ़ाकर 15,000 रुपये करने के प्रस्ताव पर गंभीरता से विचार किया जा रहा है।

' श्रम व रोजगार राज्यमंत्री ने बताया कि इसी तरह ईएसआईसी एक्ट के तहत कर्मचारियों को कवर करने के लिए उनकी वेतन सीमा को मौजूदा 15,000 रुपये से बढ़ाकर 25,000 रुपये करने का प्रस्ताव है।

उन्होंने बताया कि प्रमुख श्रमिक संगठनों की ओर से इस आशय की मांग की जाती रही है। के. सुरेश यहां दरअसल उनके मंत्रालय द्वारा क्रियान्वित की जा रही विभिन्न स्कीमों की प्रगति की समीक्षा कर रहे थे।

उन्होंने बताया कि श्रम व रोजगार मंत्रालय इनके अलावा एक और महत्वपूर्ण प्रस्ताव पर विचार कर रहा है।

इस प्रस्ताव के तहत असंगठित सेक्टर में काम करने वाले लोगों यानी कर्मचारियों की न्यूनतम पारिश्रमिक 10,000 रुपये तय करने पर विचार किया जा रहा है। सुरेश ने बताया कि इस आशय के प्रस्ताव को मंजूरी के लिए जल्द ही कैबिनेट के समक्ष प्रस्तुत किया जाएगा।
28th October 2013 From India, Delhi
The ESI CORPORATION in its meeting had already approved the increase in wage ceiling to Rs.25,000.The Govt of India has to make a previous publication in the Official Gazette of Union Of India,and thereafter it would take effect.It is a mere formality.It can take retrospective effect also.Probably because of the Elections in the five states, things are getting delayed. In all probabilites the date of effect may be from 1.10.2013,the beginning of a new contribution period.Last time when it was increased to Rs 15,000 it was with effect from 1.5.2010.So let us wait for the notification.
Thanks & Regards.
S>SANKARALINGAM
Retd.Sr.Dy.DIRECTOR,ESIC,
ADVOCATE&LABOUR LAW ADVISOR.
Mobile 09790754727

28th October 2013 From India, Chennai
Sir, What is the use of contributing to ESIC, with restrospective effect.
Suppose, Last month I was ill, and since I was not member of ESIC, I took treatment from some other doctor/hospital. By making my contribution, with retrospective effect, how it will benefit me !
28th October 2013 From India, Mumbai
DearSir,
Eventhough under sec.95any,rule can be amended with retrospective effect,any increase in wage ceiling will not be with retrospective effect.So be assured of
it.No such eventuality as voiced by you would arise.
Thanks&regards,
S.SANKARALINGAM
28th October 2013 From India, Chennai
Thank you sir, for providing us very important info, and matter is now clear.
One more question.. Is there any way, through which one can run away from becoming a member, though he falls under eligible income bracket. Since we were not members of ESIC, we already have taken private health policies, and paying premiums. Hence, this querry. Hope, you will not misunderstand me.
28th October 2013 From India, Mumbai
Friend, There is no official notification yet on this matter. Best wishes, Sourav Mukherjee
4th November 2013 From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr.ABHAY,
Why do you want to escape from coverage.ESI is a statutory insurance and there is no option either for an employer or an employee.
2.In private medical insurances there are lot of riders in getting the claims settled,even though they claim cashless and hazellefree.Under ESI there is no capping for the medical expenditure.You may be surprised to note that for one individual ESIC has spent nearly A CRORE for his superspeciality treatment.There need not be any inhibitions about esi superspecility medical treatment which is arranged thro various pvt medical institutions thro cashless and hazellefree -in its real meaning. There need not be any unnecessary aversion against esi coverage.
Thanks&regards
S.SANKARALINGAM
RETD.SR.DY.DIRECTOR,ESIC
ADVOCATE & LABOUR LAW ADVISOR.
5th November 2013 From India, Chennai
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