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sn_komanduriI would like to know the latest amendements made to this act with regards to eligibility criteria. I would also like to know the ESI dispenseries/Clinics in Ranga Raddy District of Andhra Pradesh
From India, Hyderabad
vasu_hrDear Mazahari There is no age limit''''' even an employee along with spouse can avail medical benefits even after retirement by contributing 120 Rs per year. Vasanth
From India, Bangalore
john berchmansThe wage limit is revised, now it is Rs.10,000/ (per month). There is no age limit I suppose. The eligible criteria is based on their salary.
From India, Madras
gousikanits very useful details inelabrate good very good its very help to in esi m.gousikan :-P:-P:-P
From India, Pune
eagisankarDear Seniors, Pl. clarify, Whether ESIC contribution to be paid for the person crossed the limit ie.Rs.10,000/- is drawing reduced salary due to loss of pay in the subsequent month? Regards, Sankar
From India, Madras
alorakarcbsI want to know that whenther the benefits provided by ESI Act.1948 are adequate?Also suggest improvements.Could any one please answer this question.I need it urgently. Thanks Regards AK
From India, Bhubaneswar
devashish.rai@john, vasu n mazhari
the upper age for dependents is FIXED at 18yrs.
What was the cause of reduces payment?
Generally, if the employee is getting anything in compensation more than 10,000 (if intervals of LESS than 2 months) or he/she is getting ex-gratia bonus (even if intervals of MORE than 2 months), he wont be covered under this act. However he will continue to enjoy the insurance (other than accidents) for the corresponding benefit period of 6 months block.
From United States, Schaumburg
dlcdear all, where can I get a copy of the ESIC Act of 1948 in pdf format so as to download and read it at leisure. regards dlc
SK SINGH"The employee’s contribution rate (w.e.f. 1.1.97) is 1.75% of the wages and that of employer’s is 4.75% of the wages paid/payable in respect of the employees in every wage period."
Dear Mr. KK,
Thank you so much for the information. Could you plz define the "wage" that you mentioned above, whether it is gross salary or CTC or total earnings of the particular month.
Thanking you once again.
From India, Visakhapatnam
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