From "msriya" : HI, CAN U ALL PLZ HELP ME AS TO HOW TO CALCULATE PT,PT,ESI AND ALSO INCOMETAX CONCEPT. THANKS RIYA
4th January 2008 From India, Vadodara

Amitmhrm 322
Hi Riya,
ESI is contributed from both the sides Employee as well as Employer.
It is been calculated on the basis of Gross salary per month and the maximum ceiling is 10000 Rs./Month.
The contribution from both the sides is as below-
Employee Side- 1.75% of gross/month
So if gross of an employee is 8000/month then
ESI contribution would be 8000*1.75% = 140 Rupees
Employer side- 4.75% of gross/month
ESI contribution would be 8000* 4.75% = 380 Rupees.
Whereas, PF is also been paid from both the sides.. Both the employer as well as employee is required to pay the 12% of basic salary..
Out of this 12% of employer's contribution 8.33% goes to Pension fund whereas rest 3.67% goes to the PF Fund itself..
Regards,
Amit Seth.
siddareddythummaluru 3
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6th June 2008 From India, Hyderabad
paramount 16
Hi,

PF is deducted on Basic salary i.e Basic + DA is Rs. 6500/- or less above that PF is not deducted.
1) Employee – 12 % (of Basic + DA & Food concession allowance & retaining allowance, if any)
2) Employer – % (of Basic + DA & Food concession allowance & retaining allowance, if any)
[ % = % PF + % Pension Scheme + % Admin. Charges of PF + 0.5 % EDLI + % Admin Charges of EDLI ]

EDLI - Employee deposit link insurance

EPF:
Here this PF is normally deducted from the basic & DA ( dearness allowance )
Such that Basic salary - 35%
DA - 15% outof gross salary.
For (e.g) - If the gross salary of a person is
Basic- 35% @ 9000 - 3150
DA - 15% @ 9000 - 1350
Total -------
4500
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Such that the total amount would be deducted @ 12% (i.e) PF - 540/-
The maximum ceiling limit of PF -
If the basic + DA exceeds 6500/- than the contributions is optional. Some company may have their own company policies.

Provident fund is calculated towards the employers is %
1. Employers Contribution
A/c No.1 - %
Fund A/c - %
A/c - 0.5%

ESIC calculation:
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In this ESIC, it includes the medical benefit both for the employee and employer.
It has been calculated on the basic of gross pay per month and maximum limit is upto p.m
Employee side - 1.75% and Employer side - 4.75%.
So if the gross of an employee is 8000/- p.m his contribution would be 8000*1.75% = 140/-
Employer 8000*4.75% = 380/-
Therefore Net pay = Gross pay - Total deductions
1. Those who are getting 10000/- gross per month will not be applicable under ESIC act.
2. 20 eligible employees to get registered in ESIC
3. Eligible employees means those who are getting gross pay upto 10000/- or less per month.
Apart from that there is a tax deduction., it includes the Income & professional tax.

CTC means cost to the company.i.e .what are all the expenses incurred by the Company for any of its employee for a particular period(monthly/yearly)
gross pay + employers pf+employers ESI + bonus = CTC
i.e THE SALARY PAYABLE AND OTHER STATUTORY BENIFTS PAYABLE BY COMPANY.

CTC
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CTC is cost to company and the components are
Basic
+HRA
+CONVEYANCE
+MOBILE REIMBURSHMENT
+MEDICAL reimburshment
+All allowances
+LTA
+employer cotri of PF
+Employer Cotri towards ESI
+Total variable incentives
+Perks & benefits
+ insurance Premium (in case of Group insurance)

Gratuity calculation

t is been deposited @ 4.81% of Basic per month..
After completing 5 years of service one may claim Gratuity at the time of separation from the organisation and it is been paid @ 15 days of salary for per year of service...
Like for 6 years of experience one's gratuity will be calculated with this formula-

Hope this will be useful for you. If you ve any other clarification pls do visit

EPF : www.epfindia.com
ESIC : www.esic.nic.in

Regards
Jenny
9th July 2008 From India, Madras
debasreetalukder2008
Can someone please post a PPT on PF & ESI? I need it for training purposes. It would be very helpful. By the way,this is my first query in this website,hope you guys will help me. Regards, Debasree
21st September 2008 From India, Calcutta
neethyml
hi friends i am M.S.W(H.R) fresher..... i am looking for h.r job in manufacturing industries located in chennai or nearby area like gummidipundi, sriperumbathur,perungudi,tambaram etc....... can anybody refer me? if you can please mail me at
21st October 2009 From India, Alandur
neethyml
hi friends i am M.S.W(H.R) fresher..... i am looking for h.r job in manufacturing industries located in chennai or nearby area like gummidipundi, sriperumbathur,perungudi,tambaram etc....... can anybody refer me:?:
21st October 2009 From India, Alandur
vish_2k8@indiatimes.com
Dear Members,
How to calculate ESI? HRA will be included in Total Earned salary for ESI calculation? yes/no. if no .so what can I do for I have already inlcuding HRA in total Earned salary for ESI calculation since company was established.
b.r.
21st November 2009 From India, Pune
nilanjanaroy 1
Dear Jenny, Today i went through your topic, its simply gr8. it is really helpful to like us who are new in this HR JOb. Regards, Nilanjana
28th January 2010 From India, Calcutta
dhananjay verma
[QUOTE=debasreetalukder2008;520407]Can someone please post a PPT on PF & ESI? I need it for training purposes. It would be very helpful.
By the way,this is my first query in this website,hope you guys will help me.
Regards,
dhananjay verma
HR
16th December 2010 From India, Gurgaon
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