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Dear Sir/Madam,
I had joined previous company on 01/01/2012, that day onwards i was under ESIC. Till June 2014 I have contributed ESIC. July 2014 onwards my salary hiked. So ESIC amount was not deducted July 2014 onwords. Again May 2017 I have started my Career with another company. They Enrolled me under ESIC from 01/10/2018 with same Registration number. My Delivery Date is April 25th 2019. So till April I will continue my work. Same Registration number using. Can I get ESIC Salary for 24 Weeks. Because new Contribution only 7 months. Will they consider my Old Contribution?
Thanking You

The Act says that you should have 70 days contribution in TWO contribution periods IMMEDIATELY preceding the date of delivery. That means you should have contributed for April 2018 to Sept 2018 and Oct 2018 to March 2019. At the same time you have much more contributions in earlier contribution periods. I am not sure whether they will insist for the two contribution periods immediately preceding the date of delivery or not. Therefore, you are requested to see your eligibility using the following link. This is a portal meant for IPs.
ESIC: Portal Application
Madhu T K

Thank u Madhu Sir for your valuable reply.
In that ESIC portal it shows only 3 months contribution and indicates I am not eligible for benefit. Then What about my old contribution. If it is not considered then why should we renew the same policy number we can generate new number know?
Please reply Sir

The old contributions will be taken as service for getting sickness benefits and super specialty benefits to your family.

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