Without a disability certificate obtained from a registered medical practitioner, you can not simply decide the amount of compensation under the Employees Compensation Act,1923. Therefore, get the employee examined by a doctor and the degree of disability assessed by him.
From India, Salem
vijay49322Thank you Umakanthan Sir for your guidance. Can you sir let me know that if the degree of disability is derived as 30 % loss in earning capacity then how the calculation will go.
What I have understood and as per the WC Act the working would be as follows:
Factor 219.95 ( As per the WC Act )
60 % of the monthly salary = 6600
30 % disability.
Then the compensation amount works out to be as under :
6600 X 219.95 X 30 % = 4,35,501.00
Hope the above is correct. Please suggest / guide if any
vijay49322Dear All, Can some body guide on the WC calculation. Monthly stipend Rs.11,000/- Age 23 Factor 219.95 ( As per the WC Act ) 30 % disability.
Jagdish PadhiyarOne worker met with accident and he got injury on middle finger. His age is 33 years. Wages is Rs.12393/- Gross per month and PF Salary Rs.8393/-.How much compensation payable under WC. Pl. guide.
From India, Anjar
AnonymousONE WORKER PER DAY SALARY IS - 650/- TODAY HIS AGE - 55 YEARS. HE LOSS HIS MIDDLE FINGER HALF NEL. HOW TO CALCULATE AMOUNT IN WC POLICY?
From India, Chennai
KK!HRThe Schedule 1 of the EC Act gives the loss of earning capacity for the various injuries suffered by a workman. As regards the reported loss of Middle Finger the table is extracted below.
Middle finger:: Loss of
31. Whole ...... 12%
32. Two phalanges ... 9%
33. One Phalanx ... 7%
34. Guillotine amputation of tip without loss of bone .... 4%
On the basis of the actual position, the % of loss of earning capacity can be determined and the compensation payable can be calculated using the formula given in Section 4 (1) (c) the Act for permanent partial disability.
From India, Mumbai
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