Will i get my ESI benefits for my pregnancy if i have resigned? - CiteHR
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There are two contribution periods in ESIC ::
(1) April to September - in general IP work more than three months out of 6 months contribution period, eligible for 3 months ESIC coverage (Payment or treatment).
(2) October to March -do-
Discuss with the management and not to resign. If management is not accepting send an ESIC intimation through registered post and avail monetary benefit from ESIC.
Later you can settle the issue with your management
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hello..i have completed 4 years of service in hospitality industry under shop and establishment act in Goa. our hotel is closing down due to some reason. will i be eligible for gratuity and compensation after closure and termination of out services? and as I wanted to work for 5 years but our 3 star hotel is shutting down its operations before. what should I do? please suggest. thank u.
Hello Sir,
Last Year In October 2014,I get My Father Operated Under Emergency in Safdarjang Hospital(Delhi).Besides i had 1 month old registration in esi.Can I claim for Reimbursement under Esi Provisoion.Please Advise the Right Path..

Please Advice what Should do as we already elaborate the whole things What Procedure Should Be follow to claim In ESI.?????
I think you should not resign till your maternity leave completes, You need to convince your HR that you will resign after the delivery, and your name should not be deleted form payroll so automatically you will avail all the benefits against the maternity act.
I have resigned .i have got esic card with me is that eligible to Claimed after resigning.i have got an operation next week . can any one help me to clear my doubts . thanks'
1. Dear member, you can evaluate your entitlement yourself by going through the system of Contribution Period and relevant Benefit Periods as mentioned in Regulation 4 of ESI (General) Regulations, 1950. The important point is as to when you left the job, whether you were entitled for what type of benefits under ESI Act, 1948 since the entitlement depend on minimum contributions as laid down under said Act. I understand that when you have left the job recently, then there is possibility that you may be eligible to get medical treatment till close of benefit period and the present benefit period is from January,2017 to June, 2017.

2. However, it is difficult to mention correctly about your eligibility about any benefit since the appropriate office of ESIC for this purpose is the Branch Office, ESIC. Therefore, it will be more better if you may contact the nearest Branch Office of ESIC to which you are attached.

3. Further, it will be more appropriate if you may also seek the opinion of ESI Dispensary to which you are attached because it is from said dispensary only from which you can obtain Medical Benefit (treatment), if you are otherwise found eligible.

Ministry of Labour and Employment has introduced new gazette notification to increase ESI maternity leave to 24 weeks from 12 weeks by introducing Employees introducing Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Amendment Rules, 2016.

According to the new gazette proposal, after its final approval women with following category will also be eligible for ESI maternity benefits:

1.a commissioning mother who as biological mother wishes to have a child and prefers to get embryo implanted in any other woman;

2.a woman who legally adopts a child of up-to three months of age;

## Form-19 Claim for Maternity Benefit and Notice of Work -ESI FORM

##Maternity Benefit (MB) : Maternity Benefit for confinement/pregnancy is payable for three months, which is extendable by further one month on medical advice at the rate of full wage subject to contribution for 70 days in the preceding year.

(1) An insured woman shall be qualified to claim maternity benefits for a confinement occurring or expected to occur in a benefit period, if the contributions in respect of her were payable for not less than seventy days in the immediately preceding two consecutive contribution periods.

(2) Subject to the provisions of the Act and the regulations, if any, an insured woman who is qualified to claim maternity benefits in accordance with sub-rule (1) shall be entitled to receive it at the daily rate specified in sub-rule (5) for all days on which she does not work for remuneration during a period of twelve weeks of which not more than six weeks shall precede the expected date of confinement :

Provided that where the insured woman dies during her delivery or during the period immediately following the date of her delivery for which she is entitled to maternity benefits, leaving behind in either

case, the child maternity benefits shall be paid for the whole of that period but if the child also dies during

the said period, then for the days up-to and including the day of the death of the child, to the person nominated

by the insured woman, in such manner as may be specified in the regulations, and if there is no such

nominee, to her legal representative.

(3) An insured woman who is qualified to claim maternity benefits in accordance with sub-rule (1) shall, in case of miscarriage or medical termination of pregnancy, be entitled, on production of such proof, as may be required under the regulations, to maternity benefits at the rates specified in sub-rule (5), for all days on which she does not work for remuneration during a period of six weeks immediately following the date of her miscarriage or medical termination of pregnancy.

(4) An insured woman who is qualified to claim maternity benefits in accordance with sub-rule (1) in case of sickness arising out of pregnancy, confinement, premature birth of child or miscarriage or medical termination of pregnancy shall, on production of such proof as may be required under the regulations, be entitled, in addition to the maternity benefits payable to her under any other provisions of the Act, for all days on which she does not work for remuneration to maternity benefits at the rates specified in the sub-rule (5) for all days on which she does not work for remuneration during an additional

period not exceeding one month.



(5) The daily rate of maternity benefit payable in respect of confinement occurring or expected to occur during any benefit period shall be equal to the standard benefit rate in respect of the insured woman during the corresponding contribution period, rounded to the next higher rupee, or rupees twenty-five, whichever is higher

## “ Benefit period ” means the period not exceeding six consecutive months corresponding to the contribution period, as may be specified in the regulations.


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