PF Forms – Download

January 25, 2010

FORMS FOR CLAIMING BENEFITS UNDER THE EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUND SCHEME

FORM NO 13 (revised)

For transferring the Provident Fund account of a member from one establishment to another establishment covered under the act / scheme.

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/13revised.PDF

FORM NO 14

Application for financing a life insurance policy out of Provident Fund account

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/Form14.pdf

FORM NO 19

To be submitted by a member to withdraw his Provident Fund dues on leaving service/retirement/termination.

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/FORMS_Latest/Form19.PDF

FORM NO 20

In the event of death of member, this form is to be used by a nominee / family member to claim the member’s Provident Fund accumilation.

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/FORMS_Latest/Form20.PDF

FORM NO 31

For the use of Provident Fund members to avail advances / withdrawals as provided in the scheme

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FORMS FOR CLAIMING BENEFITS UNDER THE EMPLOYEES’ PENSION SCHEME ’95

FORM NO 10-C

For claiming:
– Refund of Employer share.
– Withdrawl benefit
– Scheme certificate for retention of membership

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/FORMS_Latest/Form10C.PDF

FORM NO 10-D

To be submitted by the first claimant i.e.
– member or
– widow/widower or
– orphan or
– nominee as the case may be

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/FORMS_Latest/Form10D.PDF

Certificate to be submitted by pensioner
(Life Certificate/Non Re-Marriage Certificate)

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/Pen_LCNM.pdf

FORMS FOR WITHDRAWAL OF INSURANCE FUNDS BENEFITS UNDER EMPLOYEES’ DEPOSIT LINKED INSURANCE SCHEME, 1976

FORM NO: 5(I.F.)

To be preferred by the person eligible to receive the Employees’ Provident Fund dues of the deceased member who died while in services.

Click here to download – http://epfindia.nic.in/forms/5_if.pdf

GENERAL

FORM NO: Statement IW – 1

Statement of Employees qualifying for membership as International Workers

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Radiofrequency Identification (RFID)

January 25, 2010

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a tool for identifying and tracking items or people.

In an RFID system, a small memory-storage chip (tag) is placed on an item. RFID readers (emitters) send out radio waves to detect tags and read their data.

Uses

RFID systems are used in many places. Some examples include:

  • Stores, warehouses and shipping areas for inventory control
  • Pharmacies or pharmaceutical distributors for pharmaceutical supply management
  • Worksites for employee identification
  • Transportation systems for fare collection (i.e. subway passes) and highway toll collection (i.e. EZ Pass)

Risks/Benefits

RFID technology has many applications for health care. For example, RFID can potentially improve patient safety by:

  • Ensuring that patients receive the correct medications and medical devices
  • Preventing the distribution of counterfeit drugs and medical devices
  • Facilitating device recalls

Source: http://www.fda.gov/Radiation-EmittingProducts/RadiationSafety/ElectromagneticCompatibilityEMC/ucm116647.htm