Tuesday, November 02, 2010

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE (DA) FROM JAN-2011 FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES...



EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE (DA) FROM JAN-2011 FOR CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES...

Expected DA from Jan 2011

The central government employees received 10% DA in addition to 35% earlier,which now stands at 45%.They got the payment as two months arrears for July and August.The DA for September was calculated in their regular monthly payments.Through this hike employees got an increase of Rs700 to Rs900 in their monthly salaries. There was no such increase before this.Let us see some of the reasons.

The main reason behind announcing DA is due to the increase of prices in essential commodities.’Labour Bureau’-which is under the central government takes the statistics of the prices of essential commodities in selected cities and this process is known as AICPIN -i.e.- All India Consumer Price Index. DA is calculated only as per the AICPIN.

Regarding the next instalment of DA which is to be announced from Jan 2011,numerous speculations are pouring in.The DA percentage will be calculated as per the AICPIN from September 2010 to December 2010.Suppose the AICPIN stands at 179 points or more,there are chances of getting 50% DA from Jan 2011.

Any way let us assume that the DA will surely cross the 50% which will enable increases in some allowances.

Children Education Allowance,Child Care Allowance,Washing Allowance,Cycle Allowance,Cash Handling Allowance,Conveyance Allowance,Split Duty Allowance will also be increased.

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18 comments:

Anonymous said...

It will be either 5% or maximum 6%

groups said...

Where is the order of the Finance Ministry for the provision of LAPTOP COMPUTERS to the officers of DS/Director and above available? If available, a copy may kindly be posted on this site.

SURYA NARAYAN RAJAK said...

let us hope for the a increase of ten percent.

Anonymous said...

I hope DA will be increased by 6 to 10 percent from Jan 2011 and to be affected in salary by Mar 2011

L.R. CHAUHAN (Defence) said...

I have seen lap top order on D/o Exp website a few months back say 4-5 months. L.R. CHAUHAN, DEFENCE

k.sasikumar said...

there must be atleast 6% hike in D.A from JAN 2011

Development of Technical Education & Manpower said...

The rate of licence fee related to Accommodation has not been hiked after implementation of 6th cpc. So, I request the concerned authority and forum to look in to the matter.
M. Hazarika

Anonymous said...

its definitely going to be 51% i.e. an increase of 6%. let's hope for 7%; for that cpiiw should be 183 1nd 185 for nov and dec 2010 respectively.

Amarnath Sharma, Sr.DAO Rtd. said...

Expected DA w.e.f. 01.01.2011 is not less than 6%, it may be 7% if index rises 4 points more.

santosh said...

AICPI Nov is gone up to 182 points. if it goes upto 184 in Dec 10. DA would be 7 %. That is max that we should expect.

lichatagam said...

Central Govt. Employees are Expected to get DA not less than 6% (51%)w.e.f. 01.01.2011. It may be 7% (52%) if AICPIN rises to 186.

Anonymous said...

C.J.Mathews Sankarathil MBA says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

January 14, 2011 at 2:18 PM
Month / B.Y. 2001=100 Total of 12 Months % Increase App. DA DA

Year 12 Months Average over 115.763 %

8-Jun 140 1623 135.25 19.49 16.84 16
8-Jul 143 1634 136.17 20.41 17.63 17
8-Aug 145 1646 137.17 21.41 18.49 18
8-Sep 146 1659 138.25 22.49 19.43 19
8-Oct 148 1673 139.42 23.66 20.44 20
8-Nov 148 1687 140.58 24.82 21.44 21

8-Dec 147 1700 141.67 25.91 22.38 22
9-Jan 148 1714 142.83 27.07 23.39 23
9-Feb 148 1727 143.92 28.16 24.32 24
9-Mar 148 1738 144.83 29.07 25.11 25
9-Apr 150 1750 145.83 30.07 25.98 25
9-May 151 1762 146.83 31.07 26.84 26

9-Jun 153 1775 147.92 32.16 27.78 27
9-Jul 160 1792 149.33 33.57 29 29
9-Aug 162 1809 150.75 34.99 30.23 30
9-Sep 163 1826 152.17 36.41 31.45 31
9-Oct 165 1843 153.58 37.82 32.67 32
9-Nov 168 1863 155.25 39.49 34.11 34

9-Dec 169 1885 157.08 41.32 35.7 35
10-Jan 172 1909 159.08 43.32 37.42 37
10-Feb 170 1931 160.92 45.16 39.01 39
10-Mar 170 1953 162.75 46.99 40.59 40
10-Apr 170 1973 164.42 48.66 42.03 42
10-May 172 1994 166.17 50.41 43.54 43

10-Jun 174 2015 167.92 52.16 45.05 45
10-Jul 178 2033 169.42 53.66 46.35 46
10-Aug 178
10-Sep 179
10-Oct 181
10-Nov 182
10-Dec ? 186 ? 56 %

If the CPI for December comes to 186 points, sure and certain you will get 10% DA from January 2011. If it comes to 185 only then the DA will be limited to 8%. Cjm

sudhir said...

Whatever may be the hike in DA, it is not going to compensate the actual hike in day to day consumer goods which affects out life. anyway, the hike will not cross 7%.

Pramod Kumar said...

Let's expect for a 10%

Malsawma, MZU said...

The CPI(IW) for December 2010 standing at 185, the DA rate for Jan 2011 is 51.9661 which will be taken as 51. Therefore, there will be an increase of 6% from the previous rate of 45%

Amalraj said...

Why are you thinking about 6 to 10%. The rates are increased more tha 30%. DA should be increased more tha 12% to meet the increase in house hold things.

Amalraj.A.J

Anonymous said...

Is it true that DA in excess of 50 percent will entail increase in other allowances?
M V S S Sastri

Anonymous said...

why the government is not looking in the present cpi rates,while giving the da to employees,also it's not good pre-predict of da rates,very sad.what about hra,traveling allowance,is no need to increace in this situtation. bonded lifestyle,india???.s,anthony

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