Employee State Insurance (ESI) Registration 


Mandatory for all companies with > 10 employees


Starting : Rs. 4500 only( All Inclusive )

SAVE 30% COST!!!

(Takes 2-8 days)

Employee State Insurance Corporation or ESIC is a self-financing social security and health insurance scheme which provides medical benefit, sickness benefit, maternity benefit, disablement benefit and various other benefits such as funeral expenses, free supply of physical aids etc. to the employees and their family.
Units or Establishments that have 10 or more employees, drawing the wages of up to Rs.15,000 a month are required to be registered for ESIC under the ESI Act 1948. The benefits provided by the scheme are funded from the contributions raised from covered employees and their employers at the fixed percentage of wages. At present, covered employees contribute 1.75% of the wages to the ESIC and covered employers contribute 4.75% of the wages, payable to their employees. The state government also contribute 1/8th share cost of medical benefit.

ESI Consultation

Employer Registration

 Employee Registration

3 Months ESI Return Filing

Documentation

You are supposed to fill your details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

After submitting your documents we will provide you with DSC and DPIN

For further procedures, details provided by you will be verified by our experts.

We will create your documents and application and file them with ROC.

Once your company is incorporated, we shall send you all the documents and DSCs..

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

An employer shall apply for FORM 01 within 15 days after the act becomes applicable to a unit or establishment.

Yes, it is mandatory requirement for every employer who comes under this act to register their Factory/ Establishment.

Every employer covered under this 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.

No, right to receive any benefits under this act is not transferable.

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