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Meeting Notice received from Hon'ble CPFC

Meeting Notice received from Hon'ble Secretary, (L&E)

Hon'ble Secretary, Labour & Employment has given the appointment for meeting with EPF Officers' Association on 24.09.2014 at 04.30PM

Hon'ble CPFC has given the appointment for meeting with EPF Officers' Association on 24.09.2014 at 11.00AM

An Honour for the officers fraternity that our three officers i.e.,Sri. Navendu Rai, RPFC-II, HO, Sri. Sanjay Kesari, RPFC-II, NDC and Sri. Manoj Kumar, RPFC-II, Akola has been felicitated by our Hon’ble Minister Labour and Employment Sri. Narendra Singh Tomar in the CBT meeting on 26th August 2014 for doing the excellent work in their work areas.

Gazette Notification for Increasing Wage Ceiling to Rs.15,000/-

Gazette Notification for minimum pension Rs.1,000/- to EPF pensioners

Declaration of Election result has been put in Bulletin Board


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ABOUT US:



        E.P.F. Officers' Association (E.P.F.O.A.) is a service association of the officers of the Employees' Provident Fund Organization (E.P.F.O.), registered under Registration of Service Association. Broadly, it consists of all members of officer? community of the E.P.F.O., Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt, of India. As per the constitution of the Association some of the members are elected by the General Body of the E.P.F.O.A. as its office bearers, who constitute the Central Executive of the Association.








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THE MISSION:



        The aims and objects of the Association is to safeguard and promote the common interests of all the members of the Association through constitutional means and to foster a spirit of camaraderie and good fellowship amongst the members of the Association and members of similar service associations and to do all things incidental and conducive to the attainment of the said objects. It is the paramount duty of the Association to espouse the cause of its members uninfluenced by the considerations and identity of caste, colour, region, religion or the like. Issues concerning an individual member of the Association can be taken up by the Association only if the issue involves the question of selective victimisation or conferment having a bearing upon the general principles or policies for which the Association stand for.