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Naveen Kumar (Assistant Manager)     17 September 2014

Can a person be cover under esi even if he is not a employee

Normally a person under employment have option to opt ESI Scheme, I want to know that, is there any provision to have which would provide cover under ESI Scheme if he is not under employment. 



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Sudhir Kumar, Advocate (Advocate)     17 September 2014

what are facts of case.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     17 September 2014

GO thru FAQ at ESIC website……….

Any person employed for wages in or in

connection with the work of a covered factory

or establishment, and

1) Directly employed by the Principal

employer: on any work of the Factory

or establishment within the premises or

elsewhere, or in any part, department or

branch dealing with administration,

purchase of raw materials, sale, or

distribution of the products of the factory or

Establishment.

2) Employees of the Immediate employer:

a) Employed in the premises on any work of

the factory or establishment;

b) Employed outside the premises on any

work of the factory or establishment under

the supervision of the Principal employer or

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his agent;

c) Employees lent or let on hire to the principal

employer on any work of the factory or

establishment on a ‘contract of service’.

d) Paid Directors of a company.

Exclusions: 1. An Apprentice engaged under

the Apprentice Act 1961 and 2. An employee

drawing wages above the ceiling limit

 

prescribed by the Central Govt.


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