employee share in epf 12% .
Basic Salary - 25000/-
Epf Contribution as employee share- 3000/- (@12%)

But Now the question is now that why the employer contribution is maximum 1800/- . Need clarification.
14th June 2017 From India, Shimla

Dear Chanchal,

PF contribution ceiling is Rs. 15000/- thus employer is not bounded to pay the contribution goes above the ceiling. Thus the contribution which is mandatory for employer is = 15000 * 12% = 1800 /- (Excluding other administrative charges). Still employer has a choice if he want to deduct PF on ceiling or with no ceiling.
14th June 2017
I don’t think this is the case if employer is deducting employees share on whole 25000 then how can he contribute according to ceiling. Unless its a case of VPF
14th June 2017 From India, Pune
Employee and employer can contribute to epf for salary above the mandatory limit.Such employees will also get pension at higher rate .
15th June 2017 From India, Thiruvananthapuram
Already got ESI code no.However we couldn’t be compliance so far can be use the golden opportunity to get the fresh code no and compliance.
17th June 2017 From India, Coimbatore
Dear Chanchal,

Hope you are very clear now that employer is not bound to pay the contribution goes above the ceiling as its already mentioned above by Mr. Kamble.

You may called this variable amount is as VPF contribution.
21st June 2017 From India, Delhi
 

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