Employees' Provedent Fund Organization, Delhi Region
EPFO Delhi North, South and Laxmi Nagar Employer e-Sewa Portal started Please Click Here for Employer e-Sewa        |       How to Register with Employer e-Sewa Portal               Please submit your claim form with attested photocopy of Passbook/Cheque/Bank Statement with your mobile number in every claim form.                 Please provide IFSC code and attested photocopy of your bank passbook for payment through NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer).               Employees are requested to submit their Annual return for the year 2011-2012 in soft and hard copy.              All Pensioners are advised to submit their life certificate at their concerned bank.              Attn.. Employers of Delhi North Region: Challans may be submitted in SBI with 'DLCPM' as region/office code instead of 'DL' -eg. DL/2456/000 may be given as DL/CPM/2456/000. EPFO Delhi North, South and Laxmi Nagar
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EPFO Launches online receipt of Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) from the Month of April 2012 (March paid in April). Employers are requested to Register their establishments and create their user id and password through this portal. The registered employers can upload the Electronic Return and the uploaded return data will be displayed through a digitally signed copy in PDF format. It will be available for printing also. Once approved by the employer online Challan will be popped based on uploaded return. The employer may choose to make the payment through internet banking of SBI or take a print out of the Challan and pay at any designated branch of State Bank of India (SBI).

Benefits:
> No paper return to be prepared and submitted to EPFO.
> No need to submit other returns viz Form 5/10/12A,3A and 6A.
> Employers will get the confirmation of payment through SMS instantly. 
> The contribution will be credited to the members' account on monthly basis.
> Employers can view the annual accounts slip for accounting year 2011-12 online.
> For earlier years employers can request for the annual slips through this portal.

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Instructions to avail facility:
  • Register your establishment at EPFO website
  • You will receive system generated temporary username and password on your mobile.
  • On first login with the temporary user id and password, create your permanent User Id and new password to avail facilities through the portal.
General Information:
  1. How to Register
  2. Process Flow of ECR
  3. FAQs
  4. ECR File Format (For Employers)
  5. ECR Error Code List
  6. E-Return Tool
  7. Demo for ECR File Preparation
   

Employer Registration starts from 20.03.2012

 

 

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Employer e-Sewa Portal started Please Click Here for Employer e-Sewa        |       How to Register with Employer e-Sewa Portal               Please submit your claim form with attested photocopy of Passbook/Cheque/Bank Statement with your mobile number in every claim form.                 Please provide IFSC code and attested photocopy of your bank passbook for payment through NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer).               Employees are requested to submit their Annual return for the year 2011-2012 in soft and hard copy.              All Pensioners are advised to submit their life certificate at their concerned bank.              Attn.. Employers of Delhi North Region: Challans may be submitted in SBI with 'DLCPM' as region/office code instead of 'DL' -eg. DL/2456/000 may be given as DL/CPM/2456/000.

Office of the Addl. Central Provident Fund Commissioner, (Delhi & Uttarakhand), Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, 8 th Floor, 28,Community Centre, Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi-110052.
E-mail: acc.dlut@epfindia.gov.in

 

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