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11 What are the maternity benefits a woman is entitled to?

On receipt of a notice from an employee under the Maternity Act, if the employee has worked in the establishment for at least 80 days in the twelve months preceding the expected date of delivery,
a) provide the employee maternity leave at her request of upto 12 weeks of which not more than six weeks shall precede the expected date of delivery
b) pay the employee in advance the amount of maternity benefit for the period preceding the expected date of delivery on production of proof of pregnancy
c) on receipt of proof of delivery, pay the maternity benefit due for the subsequent maternity period within 48 hours
d) Pay the employee a medical bonus if pre natal confinement and post natal care is not provided free by the employer.
If a notice is not received from the employee, arrange for payment of maternity benefit to the employee in any case.
12 What are the maternity benefits a woman is entitled to?

On receipt of a notice from an employee under the Maternity Act, if the employee has worked in the establishment for at least 80 days in the twelve months preceding the expected date of delivery,
a) provide the employee maternity leave at her request of upto 12 weeks of which not more than six weeks shall precede the expected date of delivery
b) pay the employee in advance the amount of maternity benefit for the period preceding the expected date of delivery on production of proof of pregnancy
c) on receipt of proof of delivery, pay the maternity benefit due for the subsequent maternity period within 48 hours
d) Pay the employee a medical bonus if pre natal confinement and post natal care is not provided free by the employer.
If a notice is not received from the employee, arrange for payment of maternity benefit to the employee in any case.
13 Is a woman entitled to any leave in case of illness arising out of pregnancy delivery?

A woman is entitled to leave with wages up to maximum one month for illness arising out of pregnancy, delivery, pre-mature birth or miscarriage..
14 Is a woman entitled to any leave in case of illness arising out of pregnancy delivery?

A woman is entitled to leave with wages up to maximum one month for illness arising out of pregnancy, delivery, pre-mature birth or miscarriage..
15 Is a woman entitled to leave with wages for miscarriage?

In case of miscarriage a woman is entitled to leave with wages at the rate of maternity benefit for a period of 6 weeks immediately following the date of miscarriage.
16 Is a woman entitled to leave with wages for miscarriage?

In case of miscarriage a woman is entitled to leave with wages at the rate of maternity benefit for a period of 6 weeks immediately following the date of miscarriage.
17 What is the entitlement of a woman in case of MTP (Medical Termination of Pregnancy)?

In case of MTP (Medical Termination of Pregnancy) a woman is entitled to leave with wages at the rate of maternity benefit for a period of 6 weeks immediately following the date of MTP.
18 What is the entitlement of a woman in case of MTP (Medical Termination of Pregnancy)?

In case of MTP (Medical Termination of Pregnancy) a woman is entitled to leave with wages at the rate of maternity benefit for a period of 6 weeks immediately following the date of MTP.
19 Is it necessary for a woman to work for 80 days in the preceeding 12 months to claim benefit in case of MTP or miscarriage?

No, there is no such condition laid out for a woman to claim benefit in case of MTP or miscarriage.
20 Is it necessary for a woman to work for 80 days in the preceeding 12 months to claim benefit in case of MTP or miscarriage?

No, there is no such condition laid out for a woman to claim benefit in case of MTP or miscarriage.
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