esi registration in india

ESI Package

  • Basic

  • Rs7499

  • ESI or PF registration for businesses having less than 20 employees.
  • Standard

  • Rs13410

  • ESI and PF registration for businesses having less than 20 employees.
  • Premium

  • Rs22410

  • ESI and PF registration for businesses having less than 50 employees.

ESI Registration in India

Employye State Insurance Corporation

ESI Registration in India - 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

ESI Registration in India- To be Submitted by Employees:

Family Photo

General FAQ – esi registration in india

Establishments having 10 or more Employees in case of,

1. Shops

2. Hotels or Restaurents

3. Cinemas

4. Roadside motar transport Establishments

5. News Paper Establishments

6. Private Schools and Medical Establishments

In case other if No. of employees employed are 20 or more.

Steps for esi registration in india :

Step 1:

Filing Form – 1 & Form – 3 Application within 15days from the applicability of Act

Step 2:

Obtaining code after successful registration

Step 3:

At the time of joining the insurable employment, employees are required to fill in aDeclaration Form (Form1) and submit two copies of a family photo to the employer, which must be submitted to the relevant ESI Branch Office by his employer.

Step 4:

Employee will be alloted a number for identification

Step 5:

Employee will obtain temporary ID card for 3months after that permanent card.

Every employer covered under this esi registration in india act has to comply with various compliances such as deposit of monthly contribution, in order to file half yearly return and report to ESIC authorities if there is any change in business activity, address, ownership and the management, maintenance of registers and records etc.

Contribution will be paid for an employee in to a bank duly authorised by the Corporation within 21 days of the last day of the month in which the contribution is due for any wage period. If there is late payment there will be interest amount charged.

The employer needs to file monthly contributions online through ESIC portal in respect of all its employees after registering them. The amount of contributions to be paid are to be calculated by keeping a record of, employee wise, number of days for which wages are paid & the amount of wages paid respectively to calculate the amount of contributions payable. The total amount of contribution (including the shares of the employees and employers) in respect of all the employees for each month must be deposited in any branch of SBI in cash or by cheque or demand draft on generation of such a challan through ESIC portals. Contributions can be paid online through SBI internet banking too.

The amountof benefit is given as monthly pension to dependents on such discontinue for every 6monhs.

Payments: 15th of every month
Returns: May 11th and November 11th.

The scale of medical benefit includes a complete medical treatment from start to finish. Employee requires medical treatment and is absent from work for medical reasons, Sickness benefit is paid for the period of absence after it is confirmed by the Authorised Medical Officer, for a period not more than 91 days in two consecutive benefit periods (say one year) @ 70% of standard benefit rate, subject to payment of contribution for not less than 78 days in the corresponding contribution periods.