Dear Friends
I am told that the start up companies need not get registered with ESI and PF authorities for a certain period, say 2 or 3 years. This is to facilitate stabilization of operations. Is it correct? If so, where is the provision found? Kindly let me know. If the relevant information is already available kindly give me the link

From India, Kakinada
Dear cs sastry ji,
What is told to you is totally wrong. There is no such provision provision in ESI and PF Act now. PF, earlier there was infancy period before 1997 but now it is a history. ESI, there was no such infancy period to my knowledge.

From India, Mumbai
Dear cs sastry ji,
To know more on applicability of PF and ESI, you may click the below given link:

From India, Mumbai
Dear Diwyeshji,
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In fact, our Moderators should say it.

From India, Mumbai
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From India, Mumbai
Dear Keshav ji, Thank you for your guidance. Let us all take Mr. Keshav’s advice in the the right perspective. I also thank Mr. Ashok and Mr. Divwesh
From India, Kakinada
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