how many days need working in organization for apply form10C. i heard from some guys as 180 days. Can you explain me 180 working days or 180 days i.e including saturday and sunday and my lop.
From India, Chennai

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Dear Naga,
10c is employee pension scheme for that you are eligible to withdraw after 6 months on continues service or you are have to worked 180 working day then only you can apply form 10c.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear all,
The pension part of any contributor is forfeited by the EPFO if the period of service is less then 6 months i.e. 180 pay days not working days i.e. including weekly offs, leaves etc.
P K Sharma

From India, Delhi
hi padrinath,
working day means including Saturday and Sunday and public holiday Right.i worked on sep 1st 2015 to March 10 2016.
every month i had take 1 day my form 10c rejected.what will i do.can u help me.

From India, Chennai
Dear Naga,
Below are the reason for form 10c rejected.
-You may forgot to sign on the required areas.
-Missing of any required field like Bank Details. DOB. BOJ etc.,
-However wait for some time the detailed explanation along with the original 10C will reach you.

From India, Hyderabad
Dear Naga,
PF is not related for how many days worked in the establishment, It is for how many contributions you have made.
If is less than 6 contributions, you cannot withdraw the EPS amount.
Vidyadhar Baht

From India, Pune
Vidhyadhar has rightly mentioned please check the contribution period, whether it is 6 or less than 6. Secondly have you received the rejection from the Department or just assuming it out. For any rejection the same will be intimated to you in writing please wait for it. If you have not got any rejection or money in your account please file grievances online
From India, Ahmadabad

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