Please find attached show cause notice for late registration of employee.
You are advised to submit relevant records/documents in prescribed proforma to concerned RO/SRO within 15 days.
Above notice receipt from ESIC head office ,Please find the attached document & help against this notice.
Thanks & Regards .

From India, Karnal

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I need a help because i wrongly taken esic number on previous date (Before 10days of his joining) but joining date will be same when i taken the esic number . How can i reply and take new esic number of those employee.
From India, New Delhi
I opened a hospital and I want to know how I will register ESIC for my employee.?
From India, Ranchi
dear sir, i have been late registration of employee in esic , then i want to reply of behalf in show cause notice for late registration . please help me
From India, Kozhikode
i need one help. which all documents are required to close esic show causes notice only offer letter & aadhar card its ok or need to submit some others documents to attach with porforma
From India, Chennai
Dear all,
Full details are not provided to consider suggestions. However, pl.meet the concerned RO/Inspector(s) take their advice. They'll guide you what to do in the circumstances explained. It's already late for many in this thread.

From India, Bangalore
Hi,
Mr, Ravi,
You need to produce appointment letter of the said employee/s along with no accident report, muster roll, salary slip etc... to the concern office. Also, declaration form received from department.
Covering letter mentioning reason for late registration.
I hope above will suffice your requirement.

From India, Mumbai
what will be the next step of department after submitted show cause documents
From India, Kolkata
Dear Friends,

In this thread, the first post was made on 17.01.2020. The poster must have, by this time resolved the issue. But he is not contributing here his experience in resolving the issue.

In the SCN, it is mentioned that unless you submit the proforma / declaration form duly filled in and signed by you along with the documents listed there-in within 15 days, the ESI Corporation will constraint to considered the date of registration as date of the joining of the employee. And thus you will be liable for legal action for non-registration of the employee between his date of joining and the date which is considered as his date of joining by the Corporation. You are not allowed to pay contribution for this period.

This is meant only to make harassment of the defaulters registering employee under the scheme after 10 days. This is the only source the Corporation Officers are having today to make money and they will not leave you like that. Places like Mumbai the demands are exorbitantly high. You are threaten for serious consequences by not allowing the registration from actual date. If you have many cases of late registration, then you are finished.

The documents which are demanded, many of them are readily available with the department but still you have to submit it. The information you supply through the proforma / declaration form is mostly available in portal. The Corporation is also asking form you the copy of SCN with the proforma / declaration form and a copy of TIC.

So ensure the registration of IP in 10 days time from date of joining.

From India, Mumbai
Dear Friends,
Today also I came across one case wherein an officer is harassing defaulter employer of registering employees under the ESI Scheme after 10 days.
During the pandemic†time, the officer is expecting the defaulters to meet him personally again and again†with various documents hard copy and threatening him for legal prosecution including filing criminal case against him.
Is it not contrast to the Corporation directives to have personal hearing of cases under Section 45AA of the ESI Act through video conference till 31.12.2020 and receiving all documents by way scanned copies via mail or by post?

From India, Mumbai

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