Implementation, provision of EPF&MP Act 1952 in UT of J&Okay reviewed

Jammu, Jan 29:
Commissioner/Secretary to Government, Labour & Employment today reviewed
the implementation of The Employees Provident Funds and Miscellaneous
Provisions (EPF and MP) Act, 1952 in the Union Territory of Jammu &

Provident Fund Commissioner; Labour Commissioner, J&K; Additional Secretary
Labour & Employment; Deputy Secretary Labour & Employment; Assistant
Provident Fund Commissioner Samba; Additional Provident Fund Commissioner,
Jammu and Additional Provident Fund Commissioner, Kashmir attended the meeting.

A roadmap for
smooth transition of the implementation of the Social Security Schemes under
the provisions of EPF and MP Act, 1952 in the Union Territory of J&K was
discussed in the meeting.

“As a Central Act
has come into operation in the UT of J&K, it needs to be complied under the
new system as per the provision of the Act and the scheme framed therein”, the
Secretary stressed.

The meeting
discussed various issues like transfer of asset and liabilities, digitization
of manual data of J&KEPF and up-dation of account of members, banking
arrangements on collection of PF dues after 1/11/2019 and organization and
re-designation of the officers and staff of J&KEPF.

deliberated that the transition of notification to be issued soon, under
Central Act; the subscriber/Employer of PF must be updated of their account
through SMS and their data be uploaded on the EPFO portal. “Besides, this
FA/CAO, JKEPFO shall certify the accounts reconciliation within 15 days” he
directed further.

Commissioner/Secretary complimented the J&K EPFO officers for past pacing
the digitization of record of employees of over 16,000 organizations and
drafting roadmap for implementation of the Central EPF Act.

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