Partner - Risk Management
Assistant Engineer, Indian Telephone Industries,
There are provisions to withdraw fully or partially, subject to the following conditions; provided a minimum employee contribution (with interest) of Rs. 1000 is lying with PF.
1. 68(B) -Towards house consruction/purchace/ plot purchase etc. Minimum service required - 5 years. Amount admiissible - 100% of both employee & employer contribution.
2. 68(H) - Towards 2 months or more lock out (due to other than strike). No minimum service. Amount admissible - 6 times of basic+DA or employee contribution, whichever is less.
3. 68(J) - Towards one month hospitalisation, major surgical operation, diseases like leprosy, TB, cancer, mental retardation etc. No minimum service, but for out of ESI coverage members. Amount admissible - 6 times of basic+DA or employee contribution, whichever is less.
4. 68(K) - a) Towards post metric education of children.
b) Towards own/brothers'/sister's/children's marriage. Maximum three times in service. Minimum service required - 7 years. Amount admissible - 50% of employee contribution.
5. 68(N) - Applicable for physically handicapped towards purchase of equipment to reduce handicapness.Amount admissible - 6 times of basic+DA or employee contribution or cost of the equipment, whichever is less.
6. 68(NN) - After attaining an age of 54 years and before one year from the date of superannuation, whichever is later. Amount admiissible - 90% of both employee & employer contribution.
23rd September 2015 From India, Bangalore
You have not aswered his question
(I also want to know)
He has already purchased the plot.
He tool a bank loan.
How can he (legally without falsifying records) take loan from PF account to pay back the loan ? Or is it necessary that the advance from PF must be taken before buying
23rd September 2015 From India, Mumbai
24th September 2015 From India, Gurgaon