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61 If any establishment has departments or branches, are these departments or branches, to be treated as separate establishments or parts of the same establishments?

Where an establishment consists of different departments or has branches, whether situate in the same place or in different places, all such departments or branches shall be treated as parts of the same establishment. {Section 2(A)
62 If any establishment has departments or branches, are these departments or branches, to be treated as separate establishments or parts of the same establishments?

Where an establishment consists of different departments or has branches, whether situate in the same place or in different places, all such departments or branches shall be treated as parts of the same establishment. {Section 2(A)

INTERNATIONAL WORKER

63 Who is an International worker?

An International worker may be an Indian worker or a foreign national. This means an Indian worker who has divided his/her career between India and another country with whom India has entered into a bilateral Social Security agreement or a foreign national working in India. (Para 2 ff)
64 Who is an International worker?

An International worker may be an Indian worker or a foreign national. This means an Indian worker who has divided his/her career between India and another country with whom India has entered into a bilateral Social Security agreement or a foreign national working in India. (Para 2 ff)
65 Who is an ‘excluded employee’ under these provisions?

A ‘detached worker’ posted in an establishment in India but contributing to the social security programme of the source country in terms of the bilateral Social Security agreement signed between that country and India shall be an ‘excluded employee’ under these provisions. (Para 2 f)
66 Who is an ‘excluded employee’ under these provisions?

A ‘detached worker’ posted in an establishment in India but contributing to the social security programme of the source country in terms of the bilateral Social Security agreement signed between that country and India shall be an ‘excluded employee’ under these provisions. (Para 2 f)
67 Who is a ‘detached worker’?

An International worker, being not an Indian employee, contributing to the social security programme of the source country in terms of the bilateral Social Security agreement signed between that country and India and exempt from making any contribution to the Indian system for the period and terms as set out in such an agreement is a ‘detached worker’ for the purpose of compliance under the Indian system. (Para 2 f)
68 Who is a ‘detached worker’?

An International worker, being not an Indian employee, contributing to the social security programme of the source country in terms of the bilateral Social Security agreement signed between that country and India and exempt from making any contribution to the Indian system for the period and terms as set out in such an agreement is a ‘detached worker’ for the purpose of compliance under the Indian system. (Para 2 f)
69 What does the term ‘Indian employee’ mean?

An employee, holding or entitled to hold an Indian passport and employed by an establishment covered under the EPF and MP Act, 1952 is an Indian employee under the Special provisions in respect of International workers. [Para 2 ff (a)]
70 What does the term ‘Indian employee’ mean?

An employee, holding or entitled to hold an Indian passport and employed by an establishment covered under the EPF and MP Act, 1952 is an Indian employee under the Special provisions in respect of International workers. [Para 2 ff (a)]
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