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Payment of DA to Board level/below Board level executives and non-unionized supervisors following IDA scales of pay in Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSEs) on 1987 and 1992 basis

F. No.2(50)/86-DPE (WC)-GL-III/2013
Government of India
Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises
Department of Public Enterprises

Public Enterprises Bhawan
Block 14, CGO Complex,
Lodi Road, New Delhi-110003
Dated : 08, January 2013

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject:- Payment of DA to Board level/below Board level executives and non-unionized supervisors following IDA scales of pay in Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSEs) on 1987 and 1992 basis.

The undersigned is directed to refer to para No.3 of this Department’s OM. No. 2(50)/86-DPE (WC) dated 19.07.1995 wherein the raies of DA payable to the executives holding Board level post have been indicated. In accordance with the DA scheme spelt out in Annexure-II of the said O.M. the installments of DA become payable from 1st January, 1st April, 1st July, 1st October, every year based on the price increase above quarterly Index average of 1099 (1960=100).

Increase in rate of DA is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation

Increase in rate of DA is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation

The below statement was stated by Shri.Namonarain Meena in Lok Sabha in a written reply to a question on 3rd May, 2013 about the increase in the rate of Dearness allowance to Central Government employees is in  proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation.

As per the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the Dearness Allowance (DA) is given to Central Government employees in January and June every year based on last 12 month average of all India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2001=100). 

The build-up of CPI-IW inflation and Dearness Allowance (DA) since the commencement of Sixth pay commission is given below :-

RTI Act 2005 - Furnishing Wrong Information

RTI Act 2005 - Furnishing Wrong Information 

Furnishing Wrong Information 

There are a number of cases where an applicant has filed first appeal with the First Appellate Authority in the Public Authority concerned and second appeal/complaint with the Central Information Commission/State Information , as the case may be, inter-alia, due to the following reasons:

(i) Non-receipt of information within prescribed time;

(ii) Denial of request of information;

(iii) If he/she believes that incomplete/misleading or false information under this Act has been given by the Public Information Officer.

The number of second appeals/complaints registered by the Central Information Commission during three years is as under:

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