Government on Wednesday said the modernisation project for online settlement of provident fund claim would be implemented by the next financial year in all EPFO offices.

The project will be implemented in 27 offices of Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) by the end of this financial year and in remaining 92 offices by 2010-11 financial year, Minister of State for Labour and employment Harish Rawat said.

In a written reply in the Rajya Sabha, he said the project is being implemented in collaboration with the National Informatics Centre. The implementation of the project was approved by the Central Board of Trustees of EPFO in its 182nd meeting.

Rawat said the implementation of the project is being reviewed from time to time and the initial scope of the project has since increased due to user requirement.As on March 31, 2009, the total deposits in the employees provident fund and inoperative account under EPF stand at Rs 122629 crore and Rs 5892 crore respectively.

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  1. srs says:

    i am retired person, my family pension pending over the last 10 months, and nothing is moved furhter from gurgaon provident fund office.

    As i am now shifted to bangalore……..i trying to communicate to pf office, my mail is not reacing them,

    i have registered with grivency cell thru on line… one bather to look into it….

    i don’t how many of retired people cases are pending with pf dept., like me..

    it’s sorry state affiars..govt not bothered at all..

  2. Shridhar PS says:

    This is what exactly member of PF account looking for. PF department should take motivation from Income tax department in which they have introduced form26 AS where in one can easily check out the amount credited against their PAN number. PF department also introduce ATM kind of card where a mamber can withdraw his contribution amount any point of time. if the agae of that account is less than 5 years then ATM should dispense the amount after deducting income tax.


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