Register online in PF portal to know your balance:
Register online to view your EPF Account Passbook. The facility at present is only for the members for whom the employer has uploaded the Electronic Challan Cum Return for the wage month of May 2012 on wards. There is no need to create and remember any user id and password. You have to use your mobile number and any of your following identification proof number such as PAN, AADHAR, NPR (National Population Register), Bank Account, Voter ID, Passport or Driving License to register and thereafter to login. You can add multiple id numbers (one id against each of the listed types) and any one along with the mobile number can be used for the login.
• One mobile number can be used for one registration only.
• A registered member can view only one account details under one establishment. In case you are having more than one account under
one establishment, please apply for transfer through the Form 13.
• One member can view up to a maximum of 10 accounts under different establishments. The 10 accounts can be viewed any number of
times. Get your old accounts transferred to the current one by using the Transfer Form 13.
• Facility to display the accounts of inoperative accounts will be provided later through a request mode.
• The facility is not for the current members of establishments having exemption under the EPF Scheme 1952.
Enter needed details as requested and on your mobile you will get a Pin to validate your identity. Kindly note once you provide your mobile no. you cannot use the same for registering another PF account.
Very soon, subscribers to the provident fund would no longer have to run from pillar to post or wait for a long time for money to be transferred when they join a new employer.
Transfers are set to go online and the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation is targeting a transfer in just three days.
The labour ministry took the first step towards online application, by issuing a revised transfer claim form for beneficiaries. It was previously termed Form 13. EPFO would be collecting digital signatures of employers in 15 days, an official said, calling it step two. The third step would be launch of web-based services. The process is expected to be completed in a month.