National Health Mission on Friday sought details of contractual employees at hospitals for implementation of Employees Provident Fund in Jammu and Kashmir.
An order issued here read, “Provide the information of all the contractual employees (excluding outsourced manpower) who were drawing remuneration less than or equal to Rs 15,000 [per month] as on 1st April 2015 or any other staff hired at Rs 15,000 or less after 1 April 2015.”
The authorities in the order—titled Enrolment of Employees Hired Under NHM (National Health Mission)—requested the hospitals to provide the enrolment status of eligible employee working under the Mission of their respective district or institution for the Employees Provident Fund during the current financial year.
He order sought an email within three days “positively” so that the social security benefits can be extended to the Mission employees.
The employees have been requested to approach the office of the District Employee Provident Fund to have the detailed procedure to complete the enrolment process for implementation of Employees Provident Fund in the State as per the directions of the Ministry of Health Family Welfare, Government of India, and subsequently decided by the Executive Committee of State Health Society.