Harsh Kumar Mehta
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hello senior, i want to know about that maximum how many family members are cover in esic regards Mahesh
From India
dependent members are covered which includes , dependent parents , spouse, and "minor" children
there is no specific number bar on family members count
dependent means that they have no other source of income, and are fully dependent on the ESIC member

There is nothing called Maximum Number of Family Members under the definition of "Family' as per ESI Act. All those who fall within the definition of "Family" will get covered. Is it a specific question?
From India, New Delhi
Sir, please see the definition of "family" under section 2(11) of ESI Act, 1948 which is as follows:
6[(11) “ family ” means all or any of the following relatives of an insured person, namely : —
(i) a spouse ;
(ii) a minor legitimate or adopted child dependent upon the insured person ;
(iii) a child who is wholly dependent on the earnings of the insured person and who is —
(a) receiving education, till he or she attains the age of twenty-one years,
(b) an unmarried daughter ;
(iv) a child who is infirm by reason of any physical or mental abnormality or injury and is wholly depen¬dent on the earnings of the insured person, so long as the infirmity continues ;
1[(v) dependant parents, whose income from all sources does not exceed such income as may be prescribed by the Central Government ;
(vi) in case the insured person is unmarried and his or her parents are not alive, a minor brother or sister wholly dependant upon the earnings of the insured person ;]]

From India, Noida
From India
Sir Up to how many amount will be expended by ESIC hospital for a Registered IP.
From India
Whether Grandmother covered under ESI Provision
From India, Mumbai
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