Dear Friends,
I would like to know one clarification from you. While studying PF. Act of 1952. Under Prefatory Note i'm not able to understand the below point.
(The establishments belonging to or under the control of the Central Government or State Government and Establishments set up under an act of Parliament or State Legislature, whose employees are entitled to the benefit of contributory provident fund or old age pension under any rule or scheme governing them are being excluded from the purview of the act, so as to enable the Employees Provident Fund Organization to concetrate on establishments whose employees are not entitled to the benefit of Provident Fund or Pension under any other law or scheme).
PLEASE CLARIFY THIS POINT.
With Regards,
K. Ravi Kumar.
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Ph: 09989111149

From India, Hyderabad
It means that those establishment which are under the control of Cental, State or Establishments set up under an act of Parliament or State Legislature and are guided by a PF &Pension policy of their own and is superior to the PF act (to take care of their employee) are excluded from the purview of this act.
Regards,
Nilendra


Thank you very much for the clarification and immediate response.
And also i'm enclosing an attachment related to Factory, Industry and Establishment, if possible please give me the clarification for that also.

From India, Hyderabad

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you d not understand why the exceptions have been put into the definition of Industry ? Its cause the SC had given a broad understanding of industry which included hospitals, which the legislature clearly did not want. Thus the exceptions. Though i'm sure that this new definition has not been notified yet.
From India, Mumbai

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