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Finance Pioneer
Dear All,
one of our employee expired while on service, we would like to give utmost benefits to his family,
request you to suggest which is more benefit to the deceased person family.
Person joined in the organisation April 2018 till his death(14/11/2018). he was briefly covered in the EPF.
Please suggest.
Thanks and regards
P.S. Ranganathan.

From India, Bengaluru
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RIP. My deep condolences.
I appreciate your efforts Mr.Ranganathan trying to help your colleague's brieved family.
I'm reminded of one of my best friends (whose name was Ranganathan) who died while in service in a tragic road accident when he was riding his scooter. That apart,
You have not provided enough details about your co. whether the deceased was covered by any insurance, EDLI/ESI. There appears not much would be due from the employer's side as he would have not completed not even one year of service. Was this incident occurred while he was travelling to or fro to office or inside your premises (in the course of employment?). If yes we have to study the applicability of Employees Compensation act to him, that's why I need some information about your organisation and how this incident happened. This will help me to find out ways & means pl.

From India, Bangalore
Finance Pioneer
@Kumar. S, Sir he is not covered ESI, Only Provident fund applied. in that aspect which form will get maximum benefit.
for example (form 20 or form 10d or Form 5 ) based on his short service.
it is not an accident, natural death only.
thanks and regards
P.S. Ranganathan.

From India, Bengaluru
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