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Dear Madam / Sir,
We are working in an NGO, duly registered under the Societies Act, 1860 in the year 1979 and it has become one of the reputed NGO in the field of social activities. From the year 1979, our Organization has been working under various projects funded by Foreign agencies as well as by Government departments such as RWSS and PR till date. We normally work with the village communities and bills and other necessary financial arrangements are carried out through the Village Level Societies. From the year 2014, our organization has been working as a technical consultant of a government project funded by World Bank.
Today, we got a request letter from Employees' State Insurance Corporation, Regional Office, Odisha that since we had been engaged as Project Management Consultant - cum - Technical and Social Support Agency for the externally aided government project, we ought to register our organization as well as the employees into the ESI Act 1948 for availing of benefits under the same. Should we require to do the same? As an added information, we would like to share something more details as follows:
Employee Strength : 300+
We have been registered under EPF and EDLI as well as Gratuity scheme is also there
We have made the provisions like Health Insurance upto 3 lakh and Accidental Insurance Policy up to 10 Lakh.
Out of 300, 100 are permanent employees and others are contractual employees.
Please do suggest. Thank You.

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