ESIC to be digitized soon
Srinagar, Feb 20: The branch offices and dispensaries of Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) would be digitized soon under Project Panchdeep, officials said.
“The branch office and ESI dispensaries located in Kashmir division will soon go online under Project Panchdeep,” Regional Director ESIC Rattan Kumar said speaking at an awareness program.
On the occasion he apprised the participants of the latest initiative being taken by the Corporation for the benefit of employees.
The program was held last week at the branch office here in which three insured persons were issued cheques amounting to 5, 1615 Rupees.
In the program Deputy Director from Regional Office, ESI Corporation, Jammu, Hitesh Vir Gupta, Employers’ and Employees’ Representative and workers from different units of Srinagar participated.
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