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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Expected DA (Dearness Allowance) for Central Government Employees from July 2009 is 27%

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Expectations arise for rise in DA(Dearness Allowance) to 5% for Central Government Employees

Calculation based on All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100

All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of April, 2009 increased by 2 points and stood at 150 (one hundred and fifty).

All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) on base 2001=100 for the month of May,2009 increased by 1 point and stood at 151 (One hundred and fifty one).

For all the Central Government Employees there would be a rise in DA (Dearness Allowance) to 5%, which would result in the overall rise to 27% from 1.7.2009.

Month

Year

Base Year 2001=100

Total

Average

App. DA

DA

May

2008

139

1613

--

--

--

June

2008

140

1623

135.25

16.84

16

July

2008

143

1634

--

--

--

August

2008

145

1646

--

--

--

Sep

2008

146

1659

--

--

--

Oct

2008

148

1673

--

--

--

Nov

2008

148

1687

--

--

--

Dec

2008

147

1700

141.67

22.38

22

Jan

2009

148

1714

--

--

--

Feb

2009

148

1727

--

--

--

Mar

2009

148

1738

--

--

--

Apr

2009

150

1750

--

--

--

May

2009

151

1762

--

--

--

June

2009

--

--

--

--

27

Over ten million Central Government Employees and Pensioners may get five per cent additional Dearness Allowance from first July of 2009 (1.7.09).

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22 comments:

Rahul Jagtap, Pune said...

How Approx DA in Column (6) is computed from Average in Column(5)

sunil said...

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sunil said...

It is requested that please fill the column for the month of June 2009.

Sunil Choudhary
AFAO
CAZRI Jodhpur

saiganga said...

When is 60% Arrears is coming to Central Staff ?

manjit said...

Expected to be announced in the current parliament Session or on 15th August by PM. Manjit

Anonymous said...

The quantum of Interest received in saving account is basically less than the rate of inflation. Then how interest in savins accounts can be termed as income, whereas the account account is loosing his money by keeping his money in saving account. Is there anybody, who can explain?

Anonymous said...

The quantum of Interest received in saving account is basically less than the rate of inflation. Then how interest in savins accounts can be termed as income, whereas the account holder looses his money by keeping his money in saving account. Is there anybody, who can explain?

Indian Security & Vishaw Shanti said...

Dear All,
Have any information regarding central anomaly committee, about Decision for 5000-8000, 5500-9000 and 6500-10500 of merger scales? What grade pay are fixed for scale 6500-10500?
D S Yadav(Kolkata)

Anonymous said...

The quantum of Interest received in saving account is basically less than the rate of inflation. Then how interest in savins accounts can be termed as income, whereas the account account is loosing his money by keeping his money in saving account. Is there anybody, who can explain?

Anonymous said...

The quantum of Interest received in saving account is basically less than the rate of inflation. Then how interest in savins accounts can be termed as income, whereas the account account is loosing his money by keeping his money in saving account. Is there anybody, who can explain?

rama said...

hi iam balamourougne from union territory of pondicherry i want to tell you an important thing for all of my collegues who are LDC AND UDC NOTE IT
The following is the extract of 6th Pay Commission report in respect of Central Secretariat Service.
3.1.15 Simultaneously, separate recruitment to the ministerial and Stenographer cadres in the field offices shall cease immediately. All future recruitment in the pay scale of Rs.6500-10500 corresponding to the revised pay band PB 2 of Rs.8700-34800 along with grade pay of Rs.4200 for every field office shall be made as Executive Assistant whose qualifications as well as method of recruitment shall be as prescribed for Executive Assistants in the Secretariat. Fifty percent of the posts in this grade shall be filled by direct recruitment of candidates possessing minimum qualification of a Graduate degree and one year diploma in Computers. The existing incumbents in the ministerial and stenographers cadres in field offices shall continue as distinct cadres till the time the administrative Ministry concerned evolves a procedure for their job enlargement/enrichment, retraining and re-deployment in one unified cadre

As per the recommendation of 6th pay commission the minimum qualification for future recruitment to the post of Assistant is Degree with one year Diploma in Computer Science. We agree and welcome this matter.

I am working as UDC in the Union Territory of Pondicherry Administration got promotion as UDC on 29.06.2006. I am degree holder and I also got Post graduate Diploma in Computer Application (PGDCA 1½ year duration year of completion 2004). As stated in the Pay commission report I have the required qualification for the post of Executive Assistant. My humble request is why I may not be considered for the post of Executive Assistant from 01.01.2006 in the scale of pay 6500-10500 with grade pay 4200. If the scale of pay Rs. 6500-10500 are provided to all the persons who possess degree and one year diploma in computer science. The work culture will improve a lot more than now. Kind consideration of the government is highly welcome. If the Government issues notification in this regard all ministerial staff who are in the lower grade either LDC OR UDC will be highly happy having the required qualification for assistant.
The above mentioned representation had been registered in the Staff Grievance redressal forum. The reply sent by them is below:-
Registration No : DOPAT/E/2008/00149
Name : jbalamourougane
Received by : Department of Personnel and Training
Under Process with : Department of Personnel and Training
Address : Dr. Syamal Kumar Sarkar
: Joint Secretary (AT&A)
: Room No. 109, North Block
: New Delhi
:
: jsata@nic.in
Date of Action : 16/01/2009
Current Status : Closed (Favourably Redressing the Grievance)
Date : 15/05/2009
Details : The reply to Shri Jbalamourougane has been sent vide letter No.18/1/2009-Oat-1 dated 29.4.2009 stating that to take up the case with his administrative Ministr/Department who may in turn, if considered necessary, seek the advice of DOPT
HENCE IN THIS CONNECTION I REQUEST ALL MY BORTHERS AND SISTERS WHO ARE WORKING AS LDC AND UDC IN CSCS AND OTHER UT ADMINISTRATION FOLLOWING THE CENTRAL SECRETARIAT PATTERN MAY APPLY TO THEIR RESPECTIVE MINISTRY FOR UPGRADATION OF SCALE AS PER THE ADVICE BY THE DOPT. PRFERABLY THOSE PERSON WHO ARE WORKING IN CSCS AS LDC AND UDC WILL BE BENEFITED AND IT WILL COME TO US IN THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT ORDER AND IT WILL BE EXTENDED TO OTHER UT. ANY PERSON HAVING THE REQUIRED QUALIFCATION AS ABOVE MAY CONTACT THEIR RESPECTIVE MINISTRY IMMEDIATELY. This is another method of restructing the cadre based on the education qualification as stated in the 6th pay commission report and Central Secretarit Service Rules 2009 for the post of Assistant. So don’t waste time give the representation to the respective ministry immediately hope for the best. We will achieve it.
MY EMAIL ID IS contactkumar_2000@yahoo.co.in

Anonymous said...

DA increase in the month of July is likely to be 6% as All India Consumer Price Index Number for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW)for the month of June is increased by 2 points thereby moving the index to 153 points.
Now calculation of DA becomes 28%

% DA calculation = (12 month Avg AICPI base 2001 - 116)*100/116
= (148 - 116)*100/116 = 27.59 %

% DA after rounded off = 28 % effective from 01.07.2009

AICPI for Jul-08 to Jun-09 is as follows & average is 148
143, 145, 146, 148, 148, 148, 148, 148, 148, 150, 151, 153

TK said...

NFS and MACP are two different schemes.

As per MACP, the benifit of pay fixation available at the time of regular promotion shall also be allowed at the time of financial upgradation under the scheme . With regard to fixation of pay on grant of promotion/financial upgradation under MACP, a govt servant has an option uner FR22(1)a(1) to get pay fixed in higher post/grade pay. Both of these conditions are not being applied for NFS, but just grade pay is changed and only change of grade pay is not a financial upgradation and altogether different rule is applicable with NFS. Grant of NFS to an official should not have any affect on the official's financial upgradation under MACP.

sunny9114 said...

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soku mama said...

As the June 2009 it is 153(base year-2001) the average last 12 months increase is 6.08 %.
So DA w.e.f. 1.7.09 should be 28% i.e. increase of 6%.

Anonymous said...

There is a mistake in copying data of index.The index for december 2008 is 147 (Not 148). The Average of 12 month (July 2008 to June 2009) is thus 1775/12 which comes to 147.91
Dividing this by 116(Base of 2001) we get 1.2750
The DA % thus comes 27.50
The payment of DA will thus be only 27%, as the fractions are not paid (Even a fraction of .99 will be ignored and will not be paid)

Anonymous said...

Anoj Kumar Amboj

This is redicuous how one can wait for a long time for get his own money.

Best of luck for Government employees in the near future

Anoj Kumar Amboj

Nandhi said...

Pl. refer "Swamys News Aug-09" for DA calculation.

naresh chandra said...

Now the DA has been declared by the govt. Please remove this post from the blog.

Anonymous said...

we are 1 step behind to 5th CPC anyway.

Prasanna said...

I would like to inform you that I have joined in the ICAR Service as Junior Clerk/LDC in the year1985 and got Promotion as Senior Clerk/UDC in the Year 1992. After that I did not get any promotion till 2007. I took VRS on 01/06/2007. I have rendered the Service of 21 years 7 Months. Please tell me Sir, whether I am eligible to get the benefit of 2nd ASSURED CAREER PROGRESSION SCHEME.

Sir, Please reply me
Thanks,
Prasanna

parupalli sudhakar said...

macps should be given without restricting to benchmark because they are being given to postal staff after surrendering posts,whereas in case of other central government employees acp i &ii weregiven evenwithout surrendering a single posto



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