ESI Registration

INR 2,999

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  • ESI Application
  • Employer registration
  • Employee registration
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What is ESI registrations?

Proper registration under the ESI plan of ESIC, is referred to as the ESI Registration. ESIC is acronym for Employees' State Insurance Corporation, which works under the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India. Registration under this ESI scheme ensures availability of a wide-range of medical, monetary, and other benefits to the employees of any employing entity having 10 or more employees. Such facilities are to be sure extremely rich for enhancing and boosting the spirit, execution, and maintenance and advance of representatives. In this way, registration under ESI plot is viewed as a statutory duty of each concerned business substance, occupied with any financial field.

When is ESI Required?

ESI Registration is required when a company/firm/organization employs 10 (in few Indian States and UTs, this number is 20) or more persons, with individual wage/salary falling under the threshold limit of INR 15,000 per month. After registration, ESIC gives recognition to the employing entity and its employees through allotting a 17-digit unique identification code.

To make available the benefits provided under this ESI scheme, the registered employing entity needs to contribute 4.75% of the total monthly salaries/wages payable to its employees; while the eligible individual employees require to contribute only 1.75% of their individual monthly salary to the ESIC funds, every month of the year. Those employees who earn up to INR 100/- per day, are exempted from paying their share of contribution to the ESI scheme.

Document Required for ESI Registration
To be Submitted by Employer :
  • Registration Certificate or Licence issued under Shops and Establishment Acts or Factories Act.
  • Address Proof: Latest Rent receipt of the premises you are occupying indicating the capacity in which the premises are occupied, if applicable.
  • Latest building Tax/Property Tax receipt (Photocopy).
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association/Partnership Deed/Trust Deed depending on the entity that is applying for registration.
  • Photocopy of certificate of Commencement of production and/or Registration No. of CST/ST (or GST once it becomes applicable).
  • Copy of PAN Card
  • Evidence in support of the date of commencement of production/business/first sale (e.g. Copy of First Invoice).
  • Month wise employment position, salary etc.
  • Copy of bank statement
To be Submitted by Employees :
  • Family Photo in Duplicate
 

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How long does it take?

15-20 DAYS

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Advantages of ESI registration


 
Medical Benefit

Medical Benefit

ESIC provides reasonable Medical Care for self and family from day one of entering into insurable employment.

Sickness Benefit

Sickness Benefit

ESIC provides 70% of average daily wages in cash during medical leave, upto 91 days in two consecutive benefit periods.

Disablement Benefit

Disablement Benefit

ESIC provides continuous monthly payment till injury lasts for temporary disablement and for whole life for permanent disablement.

Unemployment Allowance

Unemployment Allowance

ESIC Provides monthly cash allowance for a duration of maximum 24 months in case of involuntary loss of employment or permanent invalidity due to non-employment injury.

No Renewal

Dependants Benefit

ESIC provides monthly payment apportioned among dependants in case of death due to employment injury.

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Maternity Benefit

ESIC provides 100% of average daily wages in cash up to 26 weeks in confinement and 6 week in case of miscarriage, during maternity leave and 12 weeks for commissioning mother and adopting mother.

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