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CBIC is working on biometric authentication of risky entities under GST as it looks to crack down on fraudsters who are misusing the PAN and Aadhaar of other people to obtain GST registration. CBIC is working on biometric authentication of risky entities under GST as it looks to crack down on fraudsters who are misusing the PAN and Aadhaar of other people to obtain GST registration, CBIC chief Vivek Johri said.

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Employee State Insurance (ESI) is a social security and health insurance scheme provided by the Government of India. It was established under the ESI Act of 1948, and it is managed by the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC), which is a statutory body under the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

The ESI scheme provides benefits to employees in case of sickness, maternity, disability, and death due to employment injury, provides medical care to insured persons and their families. Employers and employees both contribute to the scheme. Employers are responsible for registering their employees under the ESI scheme and paying their share of the contribution to the ESIC.

Who is eligible for ESI registration?

ESI registration is mandatory for employers who have more than 10 employees. In some states, the threshold limit is 20 employees. Employers must register themselves and their employees with the ESIC within 15 days of the applicability of the scheme. The applicability of the scheme is based on the location of the business establishment and the

Number of employees. The employees must be drawing a salary of less than Rs. 21,000 per month to be eligible for ESI benefits.

Documents required for ESI registration

The following documents are required for ESI registration:

  1. PAN card of the employer
  2. Registration certificate of the establishment
  3. List of employees with their details such as name, date of birth, salary, and joining date
  4. Bank account details of the establishment
  5. Address proof of the establishment
  6. Certificate of registration for Shops and Establishment Act
  7. Photographs of the employer and employees

ESI registration can be done online. After applying for registration,the employer will receive a permanent identification number (PIN) which must be used for future ESI transactions.

Benefits of ESI registration

ESI registration provides the following benefits to employees:

  1. Medical benefits: Employees and their dependents are eligible for free medical treatment at ESIC hospitals and dispensaries.
  2. Sickness benefits: Employees are eligible for cash benefits during periods of sickness.
  3. Maternity benefits: Female employees are eligible for paid leave during pregnancy and childbirth.
  4. Disability benefits: Employees who become disabled due to work-related injuries are eligible for cash benefits.
  5. Dependent benefits: In case of an employee’s death, their dependents are eligible for cash benefits.
Conclusion

ESI registration is mandatory for certain categories of employers and employees in India. The process of ESI registration can be done online and requires the submission of various documents. ESI registration provides a range of benefits to employees such as medical benefits, sickness benefits, maternity benefits, disability benefits, and dependent benefits.

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