If you’ve forgotten your ESIC number, don’t worry. There are several ways to retrieve it.
Check your ESIC documents
The first place to look is in any documents you have related to the Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC). This could include your ESI Pehchan card, old payslips, or any communication you’ve received from ESIC. Learn how to search ESIC by name.
Contact your employer
If you can’t find your ESIC number in your documents, contact your current or previous employer. They should have your ESIC number on file and be able to provide it to you.
Log in to the ESIC portal
If you have the login credentials, you can log in to the ESIC portal (https://www.esic.in/) and access your ESIC number and other relevant details in your account.
Ask your HR department
If you’re currently employed, contact your HR department or payroll administrator. They should be able to assist you in retrieving your ESIC number.
Contact the ESIC office
If none of the above methods work, you can contact the regional ESIC office where your employer is registered. Provide them with your personal details such as name, date of birth, and any other relevant information to help them identify you in their records. They may be able to provide your ESIC number.
Contact the ESIC toll-free helpline
Check if there is a toll-free helpline for ESIC in your country or region. You can call this helpline and explain your situation to seek assistance in retrieving your ESIC number.
Keep your ESIC number safe
It’s important to keep your ESIC number safe and easily accessible, as it’s an essential identifier for accessing various benefits and services provided by ESIC. If you still face difficulty in retrieving your ESIC number, consider consulting with a local ESIC office or a relevant authority for further guidance.