The Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI) is the pension, old age benefits and social It came into formation in , through the passage of the Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution Act of by the Parliament of Pakistan , As per EOBI rules, parents of the unmarried employee gets pension for 5 years in. This presentation is about the EOBI Act as applicable in Pakistan. A part of labour laws. Law deals about old age benefits and invalidity. Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Act, Applicable by Notification 1(4)(ii). Federal Govt. may apply EOBI Act to any establishment (even with less than 5.

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Aact of section 21, Act XIV of The political party landscape remains wracked with judicial complications and ongoing accountability pressures. Pakistan is once again at a critical juncture of political transition. Updated December 30, Pressure on the press A government-controlled body to run the affairs of newspapers is not in sync with the modern concepts of rule.

Read more New year celebration. Provided further that where the contribution under section 9B is paid regularly by the insured person himself in accordance with prescribed procedure, his entitlement to the 197 shall not be affected by default in payment of employer’s share of contribution under section 197.

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Amendment of section 23, Act XIV of Amendment of section 9, Act XIV of Contribution equal to 1pc of minimum wages is paid by the employees of the organisations. Amendment of section 22, Act XIV of The insured person as well as the employer of the insured person are supposed to make contribution to EOBI during the period of insurable employment.

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Since there has been no increase in the rate of pension for a long time, the pensioners are frustrated, especially due to unprecedented inflation. The details of participating employers, insured employees and beneficiaries are given in the table below.

It is estimated that the current contributions and return from investment will not be sufficient to cover the benefit payment and administrative expenses by Computerization and administrative reforms are being carried out to reduce the administrative expenses.

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The details of the beneficiaries are given in the table below. Updated December 30, Prisoner accord If Pakistan hopes to bring back to own prisons people sentenced abroad, it is even more reason to reform jail system.

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Retrieved 9 August Also, provincial employees lose the health insurance benefit the moment they retire from the work which is the time they need the health insurance benefit the most.

As per numbers there are over 2 lakh beneficiaries of these scheme. Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience. In the wake of inflation, it is not less than a joke to expect an old couple to survive with Rs3, a month. Please support us by taking a moment to turn off Adblock on Dawn. The Industrial Relations Advisers.

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Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution provides following benefits to the insured person or its survivors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution. Amendment of section 37, Act XIV of Normally, eoobi fixed pension of Rs3, a month is being paid to the workers. ONE has to look harder and harder to discern the economic message and direction of the government.