November 2013 to review the progress of EPFO
The Central Provident Fund Commissioner. The. Jalan IAS month of November functioning of Employees Provident Fund Organisation EPFO reviewed. The highlights are achieved:
· EPFO in Dayren of the contributions made by organizations and establishments zoomed receipts are received. The total amount of Rs 331 000 6087 establishments received 7 percent more than the amount received last month.
· damages and interest for a one time fee of facilities to ensure their timely execution of a software patch is possible.
· 80 million claims settled by the EPFO in the current financial year and starting in November disposed of the claim that 10.82 million. 58 percent of these claims settled mandatory 30-day lead time was more than 93 percent and were paying through NEFT.
· all-India level was 30 percent and 62 percent in three days settle claims Claims handled in a ten day period starting. Like many places in the country Udaipur, Laxmi Nagar (Delhi), Agra, Siddheepet, Gwalior, Jabalpur, Ujjain, Vapi and more than 90 percent of such claims are settled three days.
· 13 672 complaints were disposed of in November and 4984 complaints pending at the end of the month.
· Complaints received earlier this month, compared to 16,000 per month was 13,000. More than 109 regional offices of EPFO in a period of 30 days pending found.
· Central Government portal Seepigrams EPFO in the number of complaints of less than 100.
· 108 regional offices of EPFO time of disposal of public grievances - the earlier than 30 days has been reduced to 15 days.
· EPFO repair facility for members of the master data was released a software patch.
· The recently launched online portal transferred under claim received more than 4,000 claims were transferred.
· review the functioning of key areas of the south zone offices were held in Bangalore. Core Banking pension cases were disposed of by 99 percent.
· Fund management procedures appropriate for the effective implementation of the directive has been issued and the proper investment so that money can be frittered away.