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  • Mr Pappujee, I will not accept it. I am following all the related sites. I am sure we are going to get not below 10% addl. DA w.e.f. 1.1.2014.
    Wait and see.

  • Anand

    When DA is going to announce ????. Today in cabinet meeting ?? any one has any idea sirji

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  • NOTE!!============================================>Expected DA from January 2014

    The rate of Dearness Allowance payable to central Government Employees is arrived from a prescribed formula. In which the main component is the Average AICPIN for Industrial Workers for twelve months prior to every January and July of every year. So it is quite obvious that everyone wants to know the Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers of every month. So they can calculate the rate of Dearness Allowance approximately after every six months.

    The AICPIN for Industrial workers for the month of July has been released by Labour Bureau to day. As this is the seventh month’s AICPIN , we need still five months AICPIN to calculate the rate of Dearness Allowance to be paid to central Government Employees from January 2014. But with these 7 months CPI points, the expected DA from January 2014 can be arrived approximately.

    If we look at the increase rate of the AICPIN for the 12 months starting from January 2012 to December 2012, the AICPIN for the month of January 2012 was 198 and for the month of December 2012 was 219. The total increase for the year was 21 points.

    For the next twelve months starting from July 2012 to June 2013, the AICPIN for July 2012 was 212 and June 2013 was 231 and the total increase was 19 points.

    So we can expect that for these twelve months from January 2013 to December 2013 the increase will be more than 20 points. It should be noticed that the AICPIN is increased by 4 points for the month of July 2013. This trend is expected to be continued as the Rupee is falling against Dollar consistently. It will have a considerable impact on the prices of basket of essential commodities and Consumer Price Index too. The month of January has been started with 221 points, and this July 2013 touched 235 points level. Up to this month the total increase is 14 points. As this is the seventh month of these twelve months, the remaining 5 months will have a increase of 10 to 15 points level. So the total increase for this year will be of 24 to 29 points. According to this summary the Average AICPIN for these twelve months will be from 233 points to 234 points.

    Taking all the above factors into consideration, if we apply this in the formula prescribed for calculating the rate of Dearness Allowance, the answer is as follows:
    The Expected DA from January 2014 will be at 100% to 102% level. ??????????????????????????.DA FROM JAN.2014.!!!.102.%OR.100%

  • Venkat Loganathan

    It’s time for Govt. of India to announce enhanced DA @ 90% from July, 2013

  • Respected Sir,
    Is DA be announce? If not, When DA is going to be announce?

  • Venkat Loganathan

    “The Union Cabinet will likely to take up for discussion and approval a proposal to increase dearness allowance to 90 per cent at its meeting scheduled on September 20. The hike would be effective from July 1, this year,” a source said (TOI)

  • NOTE!!==========================================>The Expected DA from January 2014 will be at 100% to 102% level. ?????????????

  • Prakash Jagityal

    Union cabinet has approved 10% DA hike wef 1.7.2013. on 20.9.13.Thus the DA raised to 90%.Thanks to the Govt.

  • Prakash Jagityal

    The DA/DR of AP Govt.employees/pensioners may raise from 54.784% to 63.344% (enhancement @ 8.56%) wef 1.7.2013 on raising DA to CGE.

  • RAJA

    AICPIN FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST IS 239 OR ABOVE 239

  • Pappu

    Dear Rajaji.
    May I know the source/basis of this information about AICPI.

  • RAJA

    PAPPU JEE WIAT FOR 27TH OF THIS MONTH AS I AM CORRECT R NOT?

  • Venkat Loganathan

    Still Finance Ministry not issued D.A. enhancement Orders ?

  • NOTE!!>=====================================================.Finmin Order 2013 – Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 01.07.2013
    by igecorner, on September 26th, 2013

    No.1-8/2013-E-II (B)
    Government of India
    Ministry of Finance
    Department of Expenditure

    North Block, New Delhi
    Dated: 25th September, 2013.

    OFFICE MEMORANDUM

    Subject: Payment of Dearness Allowance to Central Government employees – Revised Rates effective from 1.7.2013.

    The undersigned is directed to refer to this Ministry’s Office Memorandum No.1(2)/2013-E-II (B) dated 25th April, 2013 on the subject mentioned above and to say that the President is pleased to decide that the Dearness Allowance payable to Central Government employees shall be enhanced from the existing rate of 80% to 90% with effect from 1st July. 2013.

    2. The provisions contained in paras 3, 4 and 5 of this Ministry’s O.M. No.1(3)/2008-E-II(B) dated 29th August, 2008 shall continue to be applicable while regulating Dearness Allowance under these orders.

    3. The additional installment of Dearness Allowance payable under these orders shall be paid in cash to all Central Government employees.

    4. These orders shall also apply to the civilian employees paid from the Defence Services Estimates and the expenditure will be chargeable to the relevant head of the Defence Services Estimates. In regard to Armed Forces personnel and Railway employees, separate orders will be issued by the Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Railways, respectively.

    5. In so far as the employees working serving in the Indian Audit and Accounts Department are concerned, these orders are issued with the concurrence of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

    6. The Hindi version of this O.M. is also issued.

    (Kishori Raman Sharma)
    Under Secretary to the Government of India

    Original Order :

  • NOTE!!!!=============================================>Government announces Seventh Central Pay Commission
    by igecorner, on September 26th, 2013

    The government announced the setting up of the Seventh Central Pay Commission (CPC) ahead of elections, heralding the prospect of salary increases for nearly 80 lakh employees and pensioners, although the actual revisions will take about three years or so and could put finances under strain at the time.

    “The average time taken by a Pay Commission to submit its recommendations has been about two years. Accordingly, allowing about two years for the 7th CPC to submit its report, the recommendations are likely to be implemented with effect from 1.1.2016,” Finance Minister P Chidambaram said in a statement issued by the government on Wednesday.

    The Sixth Pay Commission came into effect on January 1, 2006. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has approved the constitution of the Seventh Pay Commission, Chidambaram said in the statement. The commission’s terms of reference and its members will be announced later. Five state governments go to the polls in November while general elections are expected to be held in May next year.

    The government constitutes a pay commission almost every decade to revise the pay scales of its employees, who get an inflation-linked dearness allowance twice a year but no salary revisions as in the private sector.

    State governments usually adopt the recommendations after suitable modifications. The commission award tends to impose a significant burden on government finances.

    Central government spending on salaries and allowances of just the civilian employees (those who don’t belong to the defence services) rose nearly 40% in 2008-09 after the Sixth Pay Commission award from a year before.

    The higher spending came just as the global financial crisis broke, forcing the government to announce measures to prop up growth. The fiscal deficit rose to 6% in 2008-09 and 6.5% in 2009-10 from 2.5% in 2007-08, a slippage the government has still not managed to rein in. Chidambaram last year announced a road map to trim the fiscal deficit to 3% of GDP in 2016-17.

    Although higher salaries will mean more disposable income in the hands of government employees, the pay commission award could burden government finances and push back the fiscal recovery.

    “No doubt, the Seventh Pay Commission will lead to demand increase in the economy, but it will lead to consumption-led and not investment-led growth,” said Devendra Kumar Pant, chief economist, India Ratings. “If in 2.5 years, the economy does not recover, in terms of growth and fiscal deficit, it will be a big load for the centre and states.”

    Trade unions welcomed the constitution of the commission but demanded that they be set up every five years. Congress party general secretary in charge of communication Ajay Maken welcomed the setting up of the pay commission on Twitter. “The government should attract best of talents…Pay commissions help in attracting and also retaining best available talents,” Maken said.

    Planning Commission member Arun Maira said at a Ficci seminar in Kolkata: “All government employees will want it while others may not… This is a big election force… It is an interesting situation since it is election time.”

    Source : The Economic Times

  • RAJA

    AUGUST AIPIN-IW RELEASES TOMORROW
    WAIT AND SEE IT WILL BE 239 OR 240

  • Pappu

    Dear Rajaji,
    It will be known on 30th nnot on 27th.

  • maghalingam

    DEAR Sir The Expected DA from January 2014 will be at.7%

  • How you can say that DA from Jan 2014 will be 7%

  • RAJA

    MAGHALINGAM SIR AFTER AUGUST AICPIN-IW RELEASE DA JANUARY-14 MINIMUM WILL BE 10% DA AS PER MY CALCULATIONS
    WAIT ND SEE

  • AICPIN for the month of Aug will be published today.

  • raja

    august aicpin releses today evng at 6.00 p.m
    it will be 239 or 240

  • raja

    sorry frnds my calculation wrong
    da for august is 237
    sorrry

  • raja

    i am totally wrong bcoz of new formula

  • raja

    august aicpin is 93.93

  • raja

    if aicpin remains 237 for next 3 months we get 9 % da
    minimum 9 % da

  • ponnambalam

    raja sir august aicpin is 94.15 not93.93.

  • Rabindra Nath

    The Expected DA from January 2014 will be at 100% minimum. Upto August,2013 is 93.94%.

  • AICPIN for the month of Aug is 237

  • You are right Raja sir DA for the month of Aug is 93.93

  • raja

    IF AICPIN RAISES 2 POINTS EVERY MONTH i.e. is sep 239 oct 241 nov 243 dec 245
    we get 11% da other wise get 10% DA

  • raja

    it seems that it is not possible to get 11% DA
    10% DA 99.99% CONFIRMED

  • please anybody tell me the new formula of DA calculation.

  • Pappu

    My own observation is that some of the people are expressing their views without appreciating the ground realities. For DA calculations, anyone can go to GConnect DA calculator and can try different permutation/combination and can see the results for themselves. Having a logical assessment , I am of the opinion that DA wef 01.01.2014 shall be 100% thus making an increase of 10%. There is no change in the formula for DA calculation.

  • raja

    not in formula sir bcoz of new series for revision of base of aicpin-iw launched
    so that’s way aicpin not so much

  • Pappu

    Regardind DA wef 01.01.2014, I am reproducing the analysis published in GConnect.
    Scenario -1
    If we have no inflationary trend in commodities that are given weightage then CPI (IW) from September 2013 to December 2013 would remain at 237. This is almost unlikely considering the past trend in CPI (IW). However, happening of this scenario would provide 9% DA increase from the existing 90% DA and Central Government Employees and Pensioners would be eligible for DA of 99% from January 2014.

    Scenario -2
    If we assume that Inflationary Trend in essential Commodities will be moderate and we have only one point increase in CPI (IW) , then Consumer Price Index (2001=100) from September 2013 to December 2013 will be 238, 239, 240,241 respectively. In that case DA for Central Government Employees and Pensioners will be fixed at 100% from January 2014.

    Scenario -3
    In this case, if we assume that All India CPI (IW) from September 2013 to December 2013 increases at the rate of 2 per month similar to its past trend , then Central Government Employees and pensioners would be entitled for Dearness Allowance of 101% from January 2014.

    So, it is predicted that possibility of Scenario 2 or Scenario 3 coming true is more. In such case, Central Government Employees and Pensioners would get additional DA of either 10% or 11% from January 2014.

  • Rabindra Nath

    As per my prediction the Expected DA from January 2014 will be at 100%. so it is equal to 100%. DA upto August,2013 is 93.94%.

  • Rabindra Nath

    There is no doubt about 100% DA in January,2013. Exactly it is coming 100.02%

  • Rabindra Nath

    Earlier post the year should be 2014 instead of 2013. Thanks

  • NOTE!!===========================================>Tuesday, October 01, 2013
    Expected DA from Jan 2014 – AICPIN for the month of August 2013

    Expected DA from Jan 2014 – AICPIN for the month of August 2013

    Expected DA from Jan 2014 – AICPIN for the month of August 2013 updated in the official portal of Labour Bureau…

    Two points raised in the important statistics of Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers for the month of August, 2013. A press release has been issued by the Labour Bureau yesterday that the CPI (IW) Base Year 2001=100 has raised from 235 to 237 in the end of August 2013.

    Accordance with the AICPIN, the calculation of ‘expected da from Jan 2013′ is moved to one more step that as follows…

    Month Year AICPIN for July AICPIN for August Difference Increasing in DA
    August 2013 235 237 2 93.93

    Labour Bureau,
    Government of India

    Press Release

    Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers on Base 2001=100
    JULY 2013 AUGUST 2013
    235 237

    Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) – August, 2013.OR JAN.2014.DA.???????????????????????????

  • NOTE!1========================================================>Thursday, October 03, 2013
    AIRF NEWS – 38 POINT OF CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF AIRF FOR STRIKE BALLOT TO BE HELD ON 20TH-21ST, DECEMBER-2013.

    AIRF NEWS – 38 POINT OF CHARTER OF DEMANDS OF AIRF FOR STRIKE BALLOT TO BE HELD ON 20TH-21ST, DECEMBER-2013.

    38 POINT CHARTER OF DEMANDS FOR STRIKE BALLOT

    The 88th Annual Conference of the All India Railwaymen’s Federation, held at Visakhapatnam on 18-20 December, 2012, decided that, if the following burning grievances of the Railwaymen are not resolved in a time-bound programme, AIRF would be compelled to conduct strike ballot as a first step for a decisive struggle:-

    1. Filling-up all vacant posts.

    2. Sanction additional posts in commensurate with increase in the number of trains and workload.

    3. Stop outsourcing of perennial nature jobs, violating the provision of Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970.

    4. Scrap New Pension Scheme and cover all the staff with pension and family pension scheme as available to staff appointed prior to 01.01.2004.

    5. Implement recommendations of Cade Restructuring Committee.

    6. Remove all the anomalies of the 6th CPC as agreed upon in the meeting of Departmental Anomaly Committee and resolve all the anomalies pending before National Anomaly Committee.

    7. Recommendations of the Joint Committee constituted to study the Career Progression and Package for Trackmen has been diluted arbitrarily. The recommendation should be implemented in to to.
    8. Merger of grades of Technician Gr. II and Gr. I duly grant GP of Rs.2800.

    9. Provision of GP of Rs.4800 in place of Rs.4600 to all Senior Supervisors.

    10. Upgradation of 15% apex level Group `C’ posts to Group `B’.

    11. Grievances of the Running Staff, such as granting of Running Allowance w.e.f. 01.01.2006 duly improving ALK, reduction in Duty Hours, Provision of Additional Allowance to Running Staff working in Goods Trains and also to Traffic Running Staff working as Goods Guards and Passenger Guards, improvements in the condition of Running Rooms etc.

    12. Upgrade all categories of staff in Grade Pay of Rs.2400 to Rs.2800.13. Parity of grade pay to Stenographers between the field staff and the staff working in Secretariat.

    14. Reckoning of 100% Casual Labour Service rendered as Qualifying Service for seniority and pensionary benefits is still pending in spite of Hon’ble Supreme Court judgment.

    15. Stepping up of pay of seniors who are drawing less pay than the juniors consequent on fixation of pay due to implementation of VI CPC recommendations between the direct recruits and promotees.

    16. Stepping up of pay of senior employee on par with junior employee consequent on modification of ACP Scheme as MACP is pending with the Railway Board.

    17. Safety Related Voluntary Retirement Scheme has been modified as LARSGESS permitting the Railway employees in Safety Categories to give Voluntary Retirement so as to enable their wards getting appointed. Lot of conditions were imposed diluting the intention of this scheme by introducing Written Examination. Large number of wards of the employees who have applied for appointment under LARSGESS in 2010 cycle have failed in the PET. Later, PET was abolished for the wards appearing under LARSGESS 2012. AIRF has demanded waival of PET for failed candidates of LARSGESS 2010 and requested the Board to issue necessary orders to Zonal Railways for absorbing them in the Railways. The matter is yet to be resolved at Board’s level.

    18. Granting of one increment for the employees in the categories like MCMs, Loco Running Staff, SMs, P. Way Supervisors etc. when they get horizontal promotions without reckoning the same as “Promotion” for the purpose of granting financial upgradation under MACP.

    19. The demand of recruitment of wards of Railwaymen as Substitutes has not been implemented by the GMs of the Zonal Railways due to several restrictions imposed in the orders of the Railway Board.

    20. Welfare Schemes announced in the Railway Budget, such as opening of Nursing Colleges, Medical and Engineering Colleges, Polytechnics, Kendriya Vidyalas for the children of the Railwaymen, extension of medical facilities and pass to both dependant father and mother of Railway employees etc. are yet to be implemented by the Board. The announcement of the scheme – “House to All” has also not seen the light of the day.

    21. Entitlement of Privilege Passes to travel by “Duronto Express” trains is yet to be finalized.

    22. As per decision taken in the DC/JCM Meeting, 5% of the sanctioned strength of the Section Officers in the pre-revised scale of Rs.6500-10500 was earmarked to non-qualifying Appendix III Accounts Assistants. Consequent upon implementation of VI CPC recommendations, the same was revised to 1% of the combined strength of SOs & SO(A)s , reducing the percentage. The demand of increasing the same to 5% on the combined strength of SOs and SSO(A)s is still pending with the Railway Board.

    23. Grievances of AC Mechanics and AC Attendants deputed to work on trains is yet to be resolved by the Board.

    24. Running Allowance should be paid to medically de-categorized Running Staff kept on supernumerary posts.

    25. Even though technical categories working in Electrical, Mechanical, Civil Engineering(Works), erstwhile Mistries and supervisors have been merged in the cadre of JE, in the Civil Engineering the Senior P. Way Supervisors are rotting in their category without merger with JE category. This issue is pending with the Railway Board.

    26. Even though several times the issue of absorption of quasi-administrative offices staff was discussed, no orders have been issued so far for the absorption of quasi-administrative offices staff in the Railways.

    27. Improvement in the conditions of Railway Hospitals and filling up of all the vacancies of Doctors, Nurses and Paramedical Staff. Provide medical facilities to the staff posted at roadside stations and ganghuts.

    28. Increase the amount of Fixed Medical Allowance and issue Smart Card to all RELHS beneficiaries.

    29. Grant parity in pension and family pension to the staff/family retired prior to 01.01.2006.

    30. Revise the rates of Patient Care Allowance and Risk Allowance and grant Patient Care Allowance to the staff of Medical Department working in Kitchen, Store, Watching duties etc.

    31. Exempt Transport Allowance and Special Duty Allowance for the purview of Income Tax deduction.

    32. Raise the ceiling limit of Rs.3500 for the purpose of payment of PLB.

    33. Raise the ceiling of Income Tax deduction from Rs.2.00 lakh to Rs.3.00 lakh, as recommended by the Standing Committee on Finance.

    34. Repair quarters, roads, drains and do not compel staff to stay in inhabitable quarters and pay House Rent Allowance to such staff.

    35. Limit duty hours of the staff to a maximum of 7 hours a day.

    36. Scrap classification of duty hours as “Essential Intermittent” and “Excluded”.

    37. Pay T.A., O.T., N.D.A., National Holiday Pay etc. regularly.

    38. Increase the rate of Special Duty Allowance by 25% with retrospective effect from 01.01.2011.

    Source: AIRF

  • k.unnikrishnamenon

    please send information thro’ my email,regarding the revised pension fixation & its arrears wef 24th sept.’12 for the rly pensioners who retd prior to 2006.This has the reference to the Mathrubhoomi(MALAYALAM) daily news edition.I am retd. from S.E.Rly during the end of 1994.
    K.U.K.Menon,Calicut.

  • if AICPIN for next 4 months are 238,238,238 and 240 respectively then we get 10 % da minimum. (100.05%). 100% DA in January,2014.

  • NOTE!!!===================================================>Tuesday, October 08, 2013
    Expected DA From Jan 2014 – Possibility Of Increase Of DA By 11%

    Expected DA From Jan 2014 – Possibility Of Increase Of DA By 11%

    As per the present state DA has reached 90 %. At this juncture, Central Government Employees are eagerly waiting to know the percentage of increase in the month of Jan 2014. The DA increase in the month of Jan 2014 does have certain importance in it. Because when DA reaches 100%, there is a possibility of increase of certain allowances also simultaneously.

    As per the recent publication of AICPIN value, DA has reached the height of 93.93 % at present. During the coming four months, if the AICPIN value increases by 1point, there is a possibility of DA reaching the 100 % mark. Likewise, if the average becomes 2point, there is a chance of reaching 101 % as DA. During the ensuing four months, based on the value calculation of AICPIN, it would be possible to calculate DA accurately. Still, there is maximum possibility of increase of DA by 11 %

    EXPECTED DA FROM JAN 2014

    IF AICPIN RISE ONE POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…
    Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
    Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
    Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
    Sep-13 238 2717 226.42 110.66 95.59
    Oct-13 239 2739 228.25 112.49 97.17
    Nov-13 240 2761 230.08 114.32 98.76
    Dec-13 241 2783 231.92 116.16 100.34 100

    IF AICPIN RISE TWO POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…
    Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
    Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
    Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
    Sep-13 239 2718 226.5 110.74 95.66
    Oct-13 241 2742 228.5 112.74 97.39
    Nov-13 243 2767 230.58 114.82 99.19
    Dec-13 245 2793 232.75 116.99 101.06 101

    IF AICPIN RISE THREE POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…
    Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
    Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
    Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
    Sep-13 240 2719 226.58 110.82 95.73
    Oct-13 243 2745 228.75 112.99 97.6
    Nov-13 246 2773 231.08 115.32 99.62
    Dec-13 249 2803 233.58 117.82 101.78 101

    Source: http://www.7thpaycommissionnews.com

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