ESI Registration

ESI registration governed under the ESI Act, 1948, ESIC (Employees’ State Insurance Corporation) Any employee who earns a monthly income of less than Rs. 21000 per month is covered under this scheme. Apart from employees, the family members of employees are also provided benefits under this Act. Any establishment that employs 10 or more employees is mandated by law to register under this Act.

How To Do ESI Registration Online?

Whether you are a company, shop, cinemas, restaurants, newspaper establishments or private educational institutions – you have to register for ESI. We will serve you for your ESI Registration in 3 simple steps –

We collect the necessary documents like filled forms and photographs
Step 1

Our team of experts verifies every detail of employee and his family members
Step 2

And then we send the applications to the government office for approval.
Step 3

Advantages of ESI Registration

After completion of the ESI registration, one needs to file his/her returns twice a year. The following documents are required to file the returns:

  1. Attendance Register of Employees.
  2. Form 6-Register.
  3. Register of Wages.
  4. Register having the details of any kind of accident happened in the business premises.
  5. Monthly returns and challans.

Procedure for ESI Registration

The following process is after the verification of form:

  1. After the verification is done, a 17 digit unique number will be issued by the Government.
  2. Once the employee gets registered under this scheme, he/she will provide the employer the filled form and photographs of their family members, in order to get the registration process complete. After this an ESI card will be issued.
  3. If there is any change in the company or the employer, it has to be duly notified to the ESIC.

Checklist (Documents required) - Documents required for ESI Registration

  1. For Employers:
  • Self-attested copy of PAN card (mandatory).
  • Address Proof.
  • Self-attested copy of Bank statement.
  • Copy of Board Resolution.
  • A copy of the license of a certificate of registration under Shops and Establishments/or Factories Act.
  • Details of employees, details of the employment position, details of salary.
  • Date of commencement of business or production evidence.
  • Copy of COI and MoA and AoA/Partnership Deed/Trust Deed depending on the business entity.
  • List of Shareholders.
  • List of Directors.
  • Canceled copy of Cheque.

 1.1 Address Proof of Partners/Directors/Proprietor:

  • PAN and
  • Passport; or
  • Aadhar card; or
  • Driving license

 1.2 For Employer Address Proof:

  • Telephone/mobile bill self attested copy
  • Registered Title deeds or
  • Rent Agreement


Employees registered under the ESI Act, 1948 are eligible for financial assistance and medical care during their period of incapacity. It also provides cover for the family members dependent on the employee registered. He or she can be benefitted when they are absent and unable to work due to sickness, maternity and employment injury.

This scheme is a self-financed scheme, the contribution is done by both the employer and the employee by keeping a fixed percentage of amount from their salary or wage. In case of any medical issue, the State Government bears 1/8th share of the cost of medical benefit.

Yes, it is a statutory obligation of every employer to get their factory, establishment or organization to get it registered within 15 days of its applicability under Section 2A of the ESI Act, 1948 read with Regulation 10-B.

It is a 17 digit unique identification number allotted to each organization or establishment registered under the Act. This code is generated when some information is put in by the employer on the ESIC portal. It is also generated on receipt of a Survey Report from the Social Security Officer.

A sub-code number is also a unique identification number allotted to a branch office of the registered organization or establishment. This number can be generated by logging into the ESIC portal and putting through the credentials.

Yes, even if the factory or establishment is out of the minimum requirement for applicability under the ESI scheme, then also the ESI scheme will not collapse.

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