ESI Return

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State Insurance

Employee State Insurance or ESI is a scheme commenced by the Government of India to offer medical, monetary and other advantages to workers.

Company Strength

Company that has more than 10 employees mandatorily need to have ESI. In some states, the number of employees is 20.

Mananged by

ESI is managed by an autonomous authority - Employee State Insurance Corporation – which lies under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Labour and Employment.

Documents Required

Cancelled cheque

Director’s DIN

Partnership deed


MOA/AOA certificates

Business ID Proof


Registration process

Go on to the ESIC website, update employee details and maintain the records

Consult legal experts and submit the necessary documents

File the returns and acknowledge the receipt

Quick Steps

3 Quick Steps

Complete the online registration form for the Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) by providing the required details about your business, such as company information, employee count, and bank account details.

 Gather the necessary documents, such as employee details, salary records, proof of address, and identity proof for each employee. Ensure that all documents are in compliance with the ESIC requirements.

Submit the registration application along with the supporting documents

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More Questions? Seek Help of an Expert

Employers covered under the Employees' State Insurance Act, 1948, and who have registered their employees with the ESIC are required to file ESIC returns.

ESIC returns are typically filed on a half-yearly basis. The filing period covers the months of April to September and October to March.

Non-compliance or late filing of ESIC returns may result in penalties and fines imposed by the ESIC. It is important to adhere to the prescribed filing deadlines to avoid any such penalties.

The required documents and information for ESIC return filing typically include details of the covered employees, their wages, contributions made by both the employer and employees, and any other relevant records as specified by the ESIC.