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EMPLOYEE STATE INSURANCE SCHEME (ESI) (5)

Ans:- This is the 17-digit unique identification number that is allotted to every registered establishment. This number gets generated through the ESIC portal on the submission of required information by the employer.

Ans:- Once a factory or an Establishment gets covered under the Act, it will continue to be covered notwithstanding the fact that the number of covered employees that were employed at any time falls below the required limit or there is any change in the manufacturing activity.

Ans:- The following documents are required for registering under the ESI scheme:
1. A registration certificate or a license obtained under Shops and Establishment Act or Factories Act;
2. Certificate of registration (Memorandum and Articles of Association in case of a private limited company, partnership deed for LLPs, etc);
3. Certificate of registration for all entities and commencement of production for factories;
4. A list of employees with their monthly compensation, in detail;
5. A list of directors, partners and shareholders of the company;
6. The PAN card of the business and address proof of the establishment/firm;
7. Bank statements of the organization, with evidence of commencement of operation.

Ans:- The employer are required to file a monthly contribution online through the ESIC portal in respect of all its employees after getting them registered. The total amount of contribution (which includes the shares of the employees and employers) in respect of all the employees for each month must be deposited within specified time.

The registration of the employees is needed to identify the employee and to provide them with the benefits under the Act which are related to the contributions paid by the employer on behalf of each of the insured employees.

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