Sir, I want to know that the first five years a worker was working in a company which is now closed and then he joins a new company so during this period he had died, he had nine months continued work in this company, should he get the EDLI benefit?
From India, New Delhi

There is no minimum eligibility period of service prescribed in the EDLI Scheme. As the very name indicates, it is an insurance scheme and so the coverage is from the day of EPF membership and accordingly the benefit has to accrue. The family members of a deceased active employee of the Scheme gets an amount of 30 times the average salary of employee upto a maximum of Rs. 6 Lakh.
From India, Mumbai
EDLI , as the name it is employees deposit linked insurance. If the employee was covered under epf, he becomes eligible for EDLI.
From India, Vadodara
Dear Member, EDLI coverage limit enhanced from 6 Lakhs to 7 Lakhs. N.LOKANDHA BABU Sr.Manager-HR
From India, Guntur
but the scheme was in force only for two years w.e.f 15 February 2018 to 14 February 2020. now after that, how we can give the benefits of edli scheme to dependents.
pls tell me in detail.
N. K. Gupta

From India, Faridabad

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@Nrg EDLI contributions are paid to EPF along with ECR and EPFO will pay the EDLI benefit to the nominee of the deceased employee, after making claim by the nominee to EPFO

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