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Yes. Maximum amount for EDLI is Rs.6 lacs
Minimum amount - Rs.2.5 lacs
If member submitted the nomination, as instructed by the member
the assurance amount shall be disbursed to nominee or nominees
If nomination is not available, the assurance amount shall be
equally distributed to the family members of the deceased member.

From India, Aizawl
Sir,to claim EDLI what should the minimum contribution period in PF?
From India, Tamluk
One month contribution is enough to qualify for EDLI
From India, Kannur
What should be the exit date for an employee who expired on duty 24.02.2018.
Also can you pls explain if his contribution on ecr is not seen for 24 days of feb as employer did not included his name in contribution for feb2018.
Can this epf amount along with edli contribution be paid on later date.
As the claim is yet pending to be filed.

From India, Vadodara
You may exit him on 25th February 2018. If you had not included him in the February ECR, the dependents will not get EDLi benefits because his death could no be taken as death while in service.
From India, Kannur
Madhu sir,
The fact is the employee expired on duty in office on 24 feb2018.
But employer didnt exit him so far, and ecr in feb was not raised or its missed by the employer by mistake, as the pyment was made their family in cash for that month.
Is there any way to help the employee.

From India, Vadodara
It will involve a lot of issues. You will have to establish that the death occurred during service. The issue was discussed in this thread earlier. Please connect to that also.
From India, Kannur
Sir, a police report copy of fir and a postmartem report is there.
From India, Vadodara

EPFO has to consider the claim of their existing members only, i.e they have to check the ECR filed by the employer for the continuity of service, till the date of death , it might have non contributory periods (NCP) , but if the name is missing from ECR, then department set the claim aside, as it is deemed that the employee was not in payroll in the specific month of incident. Hence not a member of EPF also as per the ECR submitted by the employer,

If employer would be able to file the ECR and pay contribution for that employee for the specific month ( a single person ECR can be filed also, with some restriction of time frame) then it may get appeal able and worth consideration by RO

Unless the compliance is done from employer side, postmortem report and FIT is just a proof of death, not the epfo membership

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