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Guideline For PF Withdrawal

1. PF Withdrawal upon resignation :

Upon resignation an employee can either withdraw or transfer his/her PF amounts at his desire.

a) For Withdrawal: In order to withdraw the PF/ Pension funds you have to submit form 19 and 10 C preferably through your employer. Depending upon the attitude and working capabilities of employees in the respective EPF Office, it will take 45 to 60 days to get your balance credited to your bank account. Withdrawals of PF can be done only after 60 days period after resignation.

Form No 19 is for Provident fund withdrawal & Form No. 10 C is for Pension scheme withdrawal. I have attached both the forms for your reference.

b) For Transfer : For transfer you have to get form 13 submitted through your present Company but you need to know your earlier PF a/c no.etc.
Also you need to provide following details to your current company.
• Name and address of the previous company from which PF is still pending to be claimed.
• Group Code

• Date of Joining and date of leaving from previous company.
• Your PF no from the previous company.

2. PF withdrawal during Working period :

The Provident Fund members can avail advances / partial withdrawals subject to certain conditions like Marriage for self and dependent sisters, brothers etc / purchasing of dwelling house or repayment of housing loan / specified medical treatments / Closure of establishment etc.,

You need to submit FORM 31 for claiming amount. But the PF authorities will sanction only if you satisfy the qualifying conditions. I have attached a document ” Guidelines for PF withdrawal” that gives you an clear idea like on what grounds can a employee withdraw PF during his/her working period.

Download 10c form pension fund

Download 13 revised

Download 19 form withdrawal pf

Click Here To Download Guide Lines for PF Withdrawal

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Complete PF Withdrawal Procedure with Forms and Guidelines

1. PF Withdrawal upon resignation :

Upon resignation an employee can either withdraw or transfer his/her PF amounts at his desire.

a) For Withdrawal : In order to withdraw the PF/ Pension funds you have to submit form 19 and 10 C preferably through your employer. Depending upon the attitude and working capabilities of employees in the respective EPF Office, it will take 45 to 60 days to get your balance credited to your bank account.Withdrawals of PF can be done only after 60 days period after resignation.

Form No 19 is for Provident fund withdrawal & Form No. 10 C is for Pension scheme withdrawal. I have attached both the forms for your reference.

b) For Transfer : For transfer you have to get form 13 submitted through your present Company but you need to know your earlier PF a/c no.etc.
Also you need to provide following details to your current company.

Name and address of the previous company from which PF is still pending to be claimed.
Group Code of the previous company.
Date of Joining and date of leaving from previous company.
Your PF no from the previous company.

2. PF withdrawal during Working period :

The Provident Fund members can avail advances / partial withdrawals subject to certain conditions like Marriage for self and dependent sisters, brothers etc / purchasing of dwelling house or repayment of housing loan / specified medical treatments / Closure of establishment etc.,

You need to submit FORM 31 for claiming amount. But the PF authorities will sanction only if you satisfy the qualifying conditions. I have attached a document ” Guidelines for PF withdrawal” that gives you an clear idea like on what grounds can a employee withdraw PF during his/her working period.

Hope this information is of some use to you. Please add your comments and suggestions. Please correct us if we are wrong anywhere. We just shared what we knew.

 

Click Here To Download Guide Lines for PF Withdrawal

Download 10c form pension fund 132

Download 19 form withdrawal PF 127

Download 13 Revised Form

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Forms Under Apprentice Act – 1961 In Excel Format

I have attached required forms under Apprentice Act – 1961 for your ready reference in Excel Format.

Appendix 3

Focus Group Discussion Guideline

Identifying Job Relevant Competencies

 

Objective:

FGD technique is used to identify job relevant competencies for a particular position/job/job family.

 

Participants:

3 – 5 persons representing a particular function/job family.

 

Duration:

90 – 120 minutes

 

Process:

1. Introduction and Explanation

§         Introduce yourself and group members; this step is taken to set  the tone of the discussion. Explain the purpose of FGD and put the FGD process in the context of overall competency project. Also, explain the rules of FGD.

 

2. Discussion

§         Conduct discussion by first reviewing the primary tasks and responsibilities of the job to be analyzed. Combining with the list of some logical competencies we gather during desk study, this review process might provide us with further insights about types of competencies that should be included.

§         Discuss/interview each key areas of tasks/responsibilities of the job; and ask what are the critical behaviors, knowledge and personal attributes for each tasks. The examples of these critical elements will be used to provide indications of competencies.

§         To organize the discussion/interview process, we may focus on three main categories of competency for each of the job/role:

o        Managerial

o        Technical

o        Personal attributes

§         Organize the list of critical behaviors based on similarities and patterns; and identify predominant competency reflected on that list

§         The following are suggested questions when we conduct discussion:

o        Regarding the Job:

§         What are general responsibilities and tasks of the job?

§         Are there any types of tasks that should be prioritized?

§         Which responsibilities/tasks take up most of the time during the week?

o        Regarding the Person:

§         What kind of work attitude that an individual should perform in this job?

§         What kind of specific knowledge/technical expertise that an individual should posses in this job?

Pointers on Technique

  • The facilitator is the key to the focus group discussion. The facilitator must direct the discussion without being a part of it. She/he must have excellent communication skills. The facilitator must be able to create a relaxed, informal atmosphere where people feel free to express their opinions. The facilitator should never express his or her own opinions or make judgments on the opinions of the participants.
  • The facilitator should ask a series of open-ended questions from general to specific. The questions should get in the way of the participants expressing their opinions, experiences, and suggestions. The facilitator should allow the discussion to lead in new directions as long as the topics pertain to the subject of the focus group interview.
  • All members of the group should be encouraged to participate. One person should not be allowed to dominate the discussion. Some focus groups have participants write their ideas down without consulting others before discussion starts. This eliminates bias and brings out many different viewpoints.
  • The session should be tape recorded and transcribed after the meeting. Some focus group interviews are conducted with someone taking notes during the meeting. This sometimes inhibits the discussion. The facilitator may make some brief notes as long as they do not protrude into the discussion.

 Click Here To Download Appendix 3 – FGD Guide

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