Janardan_raccha
Sr. Executive Hr
Mayur Shinde HR
Assistant Manager - Hr
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Thread Started by #snehadhaske

Hi, PF Nomination form no. 2 still Mandatory to submit PF office?If Yes Please share the notification.
3rd June 2014 From India, Pune
Not required to submit hardcopy, but information should go to the PF office on time for new nominations.
4th June 2014 From India, Pune
New employees information goes to PF office through Monthly online ECR file, However there is no such column where nomination details need to update. They do ask for middle name but cannot be consider as nomination name.
Please help me to understand if not hard copy then what is the source so as to update the information to PF office.
5th June 2014 From India, Pune
yes still it is mandatory and as you are asking for notification for it, then will you pl. tell me from where you get the information for not submitting the PF nomination form. because no any notification is still come regarding non submission of EPF form 2.
5th June 2014 From India, Rudarpur
Dear Sneha,
Please refer Paragraph 33 & 61 (1) under the The Employee Provident Fund scheme, 1952 and Paragraph 18 of the Employees Pension Scheme, 1995 wherein it is mentioned to submit the Declaration / Nomination form no 2 to conferring the right to receive the withdrawal / pension benefit in the event of his death, which itself stating that the submission of form is mandatory.
Secondly these details will help to update Form 9, which is a bible for PF dept to follow and proceed your claim.
Regards,
Janardan
13th June 2014 From India, Mumbai
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