Dear All
One of employee of Company left the Company On 01/05/2013 (Date of leaving in Form No. 10), thereafter he died on 19/09/2013.
My question is
Is he is eligible for Pension ?
Is he eligible for EDLI Benefits ?
Please guide.

From India, Pune
Dear Naresh,
EDLI is not applicable in this case. Regarding pension kindly give the following details. Date of birth, Date of join, salary on 16.11.95 (if applicable), average salary of last twelve months etc.

From India, Bangalore
Dear Naresh, Kindly go through my above posting. EDLI will not be applicable. Regarding pension, kindly respond to all my queries. Abbas.P.S
From India, Bangalore
Thanks Sir, The Date of Birth is 18/05/1980. The Date of Joining 25/07/2002. Average Salary for last 12 Months ( Basic + DA), Rs.9800+Rs.4700 = 14500. Warm Regards Naresh
From India, Pune
Dear Naresh, The widow will get Rs. 2051 per month as pension. In addition two children will get Rs. 513 each. To get pension apply in form 10D. Abbas.P.S
From India, Bangalore
If the employee died 4 months after he left your company, EDLI is not applicable as he was no longer working with you.
With regard pension, it depends on how long he was working and whether he had adequate contribution to his pf account.

From India, Mumbai


Also monthly pension Rs.1000 per month

The Finance Ministry has approved a proposal for providing a minimum monthly pension of Rs. 1,000 to workers in the organised sector, a move which would benefit 27 lakh pensioners immediately.

The ministry has also approved a proposal for raising the basic wage ceiling under the Employees Provident Fund Scheme to Rs. 15,000, from existing Rs. 6,500 per month .

At present, there are about 44 lakh pensioners. Of this 27 lakh, including 5 lakh widows, get less than Rs. 1,000 a month.

The government will provide additional contribution of Rs. 1,217 crore to ensure the minimum monthly pension of Rs. 1,000 starting 2014-15. Pensioners are, therefore, expected to get benefit with effect from April 1 this year.

Labour Minister Oscar Fernandes, however, is yet to decide on whether the move requires the Cabinet approval or not.

The Labour Ministry's proposal on giving a minimum monthly pension of Rs. 1,000 under the EPS-95, run by the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO), has been pending for a long time.

Earlier, the Labour Ministry had proposed that government should increase contribution on EPS-95 from 1.16 per cent of basic wage to 1.79 per cent to ensure minimum pension.

However, it did not find favour with the Finance Ministry as this would have resulted in a permanent increase in its contribution.

The Labour Ministry in its revised proposal has asked the Finance Ministry to provide for around Rs. 1,217 crore additional amount every year, and indicated that this amount can come down over a period of time with more members subscribing to EPS-95.

From India, Coimbatore

If you are knowledgeable about any fact, resource or experience related to this topic - please add your views using the reply box below. For articles and copyrighted material please only cite the original source link. Each contribution will make this page a resource useful for everyone.

Please Login To Add Reply

About Us Advertise Contact Us
Privacy Policy Disclaimer Terms Of Service

All rights reserved @ 2021 CiteHR.Comô

All Material Copyright And Trademarks Posted Held By Respective Owners.
Panel Selection For Threads Are Automated - Members Notified Via CiteMailer Server