Dear sir, one of the employee worked in public sector of Hassan Ashok Establish no 7525 but he lost epf account. sir please guide me how can i find out his EPF Account No and he worked more than 10 years and company has been close and he completed 50 years age now he is eligible for Pension fund.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Tulasiram
Instruct him to contact his area EPF Office where his establishment's PF Was maintained. Hope it is a small company. So it is easy to trace out from the EPFO Records.
While Approaching the EPFO he must carry his appointment letter/Offer of Employment to find out his Form 5 date and service/experience certificate to find out his Form 10 date. Most probably he can find his PF No and Establishment Code in his Experience Certificate issued by the Company. Even he can contact his colleague whoever in touch with him.

From India, Kumbakonam
You also can file a Application seeking information under RTI Act 2005 for this you take the following procedure :-
1. get inform through internet or from the RPFC office the name & Address of the officer appointed as "Assistant Public Information Officer"
2. Write a simple application in name of Ast Public Information officer , Regional provident Fund Commissioner office. Please provide me following information under RTI Act:-
(a) I was worked with M/s_____________ from date_________ on date______ company has closed I want to know my EPF A/c No with the company.
(b) how much credit is available in my above said EPF a/c
(c) how I can apply for Pension benefits as I cleared limit of 10 years
3. With this enclosed a DD/Postal order of Rs.20/- in the name of Ast Public information officer
- mention your correct address where you want to get information

Simply go through the PF slips given to the employees at the every year end. there it is mentioned the PF No. as
MH/12345 /1254
here 12345 - is Company Number
and 1254 - is employee Number.
for further query write -
Mob : 93243 38587

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