7th Pay Commission update on DA hike: The Central Government Employees may soon get another huge amazement. According to media reports, the Central government is again planning to increment the Dearness Allowance (DA) for lakhs of central government workers/employees, working in various services and ministries. As per information, the DA will be expanded by 3% to 4%. The decision with respect to the DA hike can be taken in the Union Cabinet’s next meeting. It should be noticed that the DA was last increased in the month of March.
Central Government Employees will get a 3% DA hike
Employees working under the Central Government presently get 31% DA. Assuming the public authority increase the DA by 3% as per the proposals of the 7th Pay Commission, then, at that point, the dearness allowance to the central employees will become 34%. As indicated by the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission, the Government amends the DA two times each year, once in January month and afterward in July month.
DA hike will benefit more than crores of government employees
On the off chance that the public authority chooses to expand the DA, it will straightforwardly help crores of people working in various govt. offices and retired people (ex-workers). As of now, the number of central employees is in excess of 50 lakhs, while 65 lakh ex-central employees are getting annuities/pensions. Along these lines, more than one crore people will have profited from this DA hike. However, the DA calculation is just determined by the basic pay of the employee and no other remittance is incorporated while working out this.
This implies that all central government workers, who are to accept their revised pay rates in March after the DA hike, will just get the expanded sum on computations in view of the Basic Pay. On the off chance that reports are to be accepted, there could be a further 4% hike in DA. This implies the absolute DA could reach up to 38%.
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It could be reviewed that the Union Cabinet had on March 30 hiked Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR) by 3% to 34% to make up for the cost rise, benefitting over 1.16 crore central government employees and pensioners. The extra installment is powerful from January 1, 2022. The increment is as per the acknowledged formula, which depends on the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission. With the new declaration, the expectation for the following DA hike, which as a rule is specified for the period of July, has also taken place.
7th Pay Commission DA Hike: Salary Calculation
Going by the department of consumption’s notification, in the event that a worker’s basic pay is Rs 18,000, the person will get a Dearness Allowance of Rs 6,120 after the most recent hike. At the pace of 31% DA prior, the employee was getting DA of Rs 5,580. This will imply that an increment of Rs 540 has been made after the most recent DA hike.