Central govt workers to get hiked wage from July 1?

Lakhs of Central authorities workers who’re awaiting the arrears of their Dearness Allowance (DA) hike will get some excellent news actually quickly. The National Council of JCM headed by Central Government Employees (CGS) and central authorities officers from the Ministry of Finance and Department of Personnel and Training are scheduled for a chat this month. 

The authorities has already stated that the stalled dearness allowance (DA) and dearness reduction (DR) shall be resumed from July 1. The three instalments of dearness allowance for central authorities workers and DR for pensioners, due on January 1, 2020, July 1, 2020, and January 1, 2021, had been frozen in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The workers are going to get the advantage of two years DA instantly, as a result of the dearness allowance of the central authorities workers had elevated by 4 per cent in January 2020, then there was a rise of three % within the second half i.e. in June 2020. In January 2021, the dearness allowance elevated as soon as once more by 4 per cent.

That means the entire has gone as much as 28 %. However, these three instalments haven’t but been paid.

Overall, a 15 % dearness allowance is predicted to be added to the wage, which can roughly translate to a rise of Rs 2700 monthly. On annual foundation, the entire dearness allowance will improve by Rs 32,400.

At current, the minimal wage based on the pay matrix of central workers is Rs 18,000. If 15 % dearness allowance is added to this, Rs 2,700 monthly shall be instantly added to the wage as DA. Thus, on annual foundation, the entire dearness allowance will improve by Rs 32,400.

The seventh Pay Commission DA instalment talks are prone to resolve the seventh Central Pay Commission matrix difficulty that has been delaying the implementation of full advantages.


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