I worked in a big contractor firm for one year.. After one year i was tired of that job so left the company without resignation or any information to my company about leaving the job.. The company's head office is in chennai but i was working under its kolkota's cluster office in orrissa state and i was its permanent employee.. Now i wish to withdraw my PF contribution ammount.. so plz guide me what i have to do for that and currently am working in karnataka govt..
From India, Mysore
Sharma Raj

private job
Dear Shashikumar
if your new organization is unexumpted and you are still contributing for PF than you can transfer your old organization PF amount to new new organization PF No. for this you can approach your new organization HR Department and they have to fill form -13. but if your new organization is exepted from PF than you have to withdraw your PF for that you need to approach your old organization HR Department and you need to fill Form 19 and Form 10-C.

From India, Ambala
Thank you mr. sharma raj, ..
currently I am working under the karnataka state govt. as a permanent employee, as my job is exempted from employee provident fund(EPF)... And is that mandatory to get the approval of old organisation HR deptartment, because i have not officially risigned the company or imformed about leaving job... please assist...

From India, Mysore
Dear sir, Please find the attached file Form-19 & Form-10C . pls fill and dispatch your company. if any query pls call 9920840453
From India, Mumbai

Attached Files
File Type: pdf 19.pdf (770.1 KB, 2347 views)
File Type: pdf 10C.pdf (1,005.0 KB, 738 views)
File Type: xls Compulsory Detailes PF withdrawal Form.xls (18.0 KB, 1797 views)

Payroll executive
Dear Sir,
I have a query regarding withdrawl of Pf.
One employee resigned from one organisation and join in another. Create another PF a/c no under Previous UAN number. Can he withdraw his full PF amount(EPF+EPS) contributed in previous organisation?

From India, Gurgaon
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