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Employees’ Provident Fund – Ten Questions Quiz Part 2

Employees’ Provident Fund – Part 2

Provident Fund schemes for the benefit of the employees had been introduced by some organisations even when there was no legislation requiring them to do so. Such schemes were, however, very few in number and they covered only limited classes/groups of employees. In 1952, the Employees Provident Funds Act was enacted to provide institution of Provident Fund for workers in six specified industries with provision for gradual extension of the Act to other industries/classes of establishments. The Act extends to whole of India except Jammu and Kashmir. The term pay includes basic wages with dearness allowance, retaining allowance (if any), and cash value of food concession.

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