ESIC

AcronymDefinition
ESICElectronic Sports Information Centre
ESICEuropean Space Astronomy Centre
ESICEmployees State Insurance Corporation (India)
ESICEasyLink Services International Corporation (Norcross, GA)
ESICEarth Science Information Center
ESICEnterprise Social Investment Corporation (Enterprise Foundation, Columbia, MD)
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Kharge also told that this ESIC Hospital has all the modern medical facilities comparable to any corporate sector Hospital.
Labour representative demanded that Aaganwadi workers, mining labourers, stone crushers and transport department contractual employees should be included in the ESIC list.
A IMED at good governance, ESIC has launched an e- governance project.
Founded in 1984 as a socially motivated for-profit corporation, ESIC has four business lines: ESIC Syndication and Asset Management, Enterprise Homes, Enterprise Mortgage Investments, and ESIC Realty Partners.
Founded in 1984 as a socially motivated for-profit affiliate of The Enterprise Foundation, ESIC advocated for and took a lead role in the creation of Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) legislation.
CONTACT: Media: Sally Robey, ESIC Realty Partners, +1-410-772-2587
This article was written by Michael Dutton, Director of Communications, Fannie Mae; Sandi Abadinsky Baer, Director of Communications, The Enterprise Foundation and; Sally Robey, Director of Communications, ESIC.
The benefit is eligible to workers who shall have contributed to Employees Social Insurance Corporation, ESIC, Scheme for at least five years.
Gurgaon has two hospitals run by ESIC, but patients often suffer due to lack of adequate facilities.
Narendra Singh Tomar, Union Minister for Labour and Employment, said that ESIC will keep insured ones and their families in focus while deciding any issue.
Between December 15, 2011 and the announcement of the deal, ESIC shares rose 64.