Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Expected DA from July 2011

Likely Dearness Allowance for July 2011 for Central Employees

Though it is very early to predict the D.A. for July 2011 at this point of time, we are being flooded by queries in this relation. It may be realized that D.A. is complete based on arithmetical calculation on All India CPI (IW) (Base 2001=100), the data for the entire six months is required to calculate the installment of D.A. payable. The labour bureau has released the figure for Jan, Feb and March as 188, 185 and 185 respectively. We are yet to know the figures of April, May and June. If we assume that there is no further increase or decrease in the numbers {maintains the cureent level for the next 3 months}, the D. A will be 7% from July 2011.

It is again reminded that it is only an assumption, the correct figure will be uploaded as soon as data available.

Source: Paycommissionupdate

19 comments:

Shabdangan said...

PETROL HIKE WILL AFFECT TO MORE INCREASE IN D.A. -- RAVINDRA BORKAR, JNV RAIGAD (MAHARASHTRA)

Anonymous said...

Now diesel , gas price hike also influence the DA hike. the CPI of the April'11 is 186 . so it is expected that DA will increase atleast 7%

Dr H P Shrivastava said...

DA from July 2011 may increase 8 or 9% afte seeing heavy inflation and price rise of essential commodities.
Dr H P Shrivastava
Retd PS & HOD, PGET
CARI/ICAR/DARE/MOA/GOI

tagam said...

CG Employee will get 7% additional DA from july 2011

pawan kumar said...

after getting data of CPI-IW may,now it can be said DA is going to increase upto 58%,it means employees are going to get 7% DA hike from 1st july. PAWAN KUMAR

Rajeshwar Punde said...

Now diesel,gas,petrol price hike also
influence the DA hike.DA from july 2011 may me minimum 8% or 10% .

sourav said...

according to the increase of patrol and disiel hike and other commodity items 9 percent DA from Jul 2011 should be increased by the govt.

sourav said...

due to increase of patrol hike D.A should be increased minimum 10 percent for jul 2011.

Anonymous said...

@ punda n sourav.... hike of DA is based on calculation of data.according to cpi-iw data it is almost fixed it is going to increase only 7 %not 8 or 9 %.

Anonymous said...

Hi.

I just want to infom all concerned that even an increase of 20 % DA is not going to mitigate the financial diff.. of employees ., let us prya that this govt ladded with scam should resign or we should adopt the the egypt method... God bless the country ..God bless the Queen.. (pre- independence) who in our country has got the guts to come forward like Anna Hazare to bring down this Govt. ( IHave three members in family and gas cylindr goes form only 2 months how the hell the ration gas cylinder 4 for a year0.... no further comments u all know btte than me.....

GAJANAN B WADEYAR said...

the prices of basic things like gas petrol,rice etc have gone up,we may expect 8 to 9% hike in da

lichatagam said...

central govt employee will get additional DA of 7 % from july 2011...

DAVE JOHN said...

It is now sure that CG employeees would be getting 58% and not 59% as DA wef 1st July 2011.

However, the price burden actually on the common man is much more viz. essential commodites like petrol and milk prices have gone up by 10-15% in last 3 months.

So All SHOULD COME TOGETHER TO PRESS FOR 50% DA MERGER IN BASIC PAY ( IN THE NAME OF DEARNESS PAY) AS WAS DONE IN FIFTH PAY COMMISSION.

Dr K M Valsaraj said...

DA will be 7% w.e.f.july 2011 as the calulation reaches 58.58 rounded off to 58 and minus existing 51% equals to 7%. Dr Valsaraj

Dr K M Valsaraj said...

As June AICPI is out and it is 189 the DA wef july stands at 7%

R K Agarwal said...

DA from July 2011 may increase 8% as the heavy inflation and more price rise of essential commodities.
R K Agarwal
D/Man Gde-II
Survey of India
Dehradun

SHARANAPP R said...

DA rise of 7% is ok

Sharanappa

SHARANAPP R said...

DA rise of 7% is ok

ROHIT KHETERPAL said...

its ok but when it will be merged in basic salary

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