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7th Pay Commission: Central govt staff members might get DA trek in March

7th Pay Commission: Central govt staff members might get DA trek in March

Central public servant are likely to get an increment in Dearness Allowance (DA) prior to Holi. The government will reportedly increase the DA by 3 percent and which will be effective from January 1, 2022. According to a (Hindi) record, the raised income, in addition to arrears for January and February, will certainly be paid to the workers in March.

Presently, these workers are obtaining DA at 31 percent, if it is boosted by 3 percent then the allocation will certainly stand at 34 percent. If the government reveals a Dearness Allowance trek after that the employees will certainly get the allowance, together with debts, for January, February as well as March.

Dearness Allowance comprises a substantial part of income and pension. This allowance is given to the central government employees to offset the inflationary impact on their wage. Under 7th Pay Compensation (7th CPC), the government offers increment in DA two times a year-- in January as well as July.

DA also varies based upon public servant' areas- depending upon whether they are located in metropolitan, semi-urban or the rural market.

If the government introduces increment, it will profit virtually 48 lakh central public servant as well as 65 lakh pensioners throughout India.

In 2015, the government enhanced the Dearness Allowance of the central government employees from 28 percent to 31 percent. Despite COVID-19 pandemic, these employees were offered DA increment. Nevertheless, there is no official statement from the government hereof.

Under 7th Pay Compensation, DA for the central government employees calculated 

Dearness Allocation percent = ((Ordinary of AICPI (Base Year 2001=100) for the past 12 months -115.76)/ 115.76) x 100. Below, AICPI stands for All-India Consumer Price Index.

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