Cabinet approved DA hike of 7% with effect from 1st July 2011

Central Government DACabinet today approved Dearness allowance hike of 7% and consequently, over 50 lakh Central Government Employees and 38 lakh Central Government Pensioners/Family Pensioners will get 58% of their pay in Band/Basic pension as Dearness Allowance with effect from 1.7.2011.

This hike is based on gradual increase of All India Consumer Price Index  (Industrial Workers) for the past 12 months preceding July-2011 (viz.., From July-2010 to Jun-2011)

Month Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10
CPI(IW) 178 178 179 181 182 185
Month Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11
CPI(IW) 188 185 185 186 187 189

Click this link to use GConnect DA Calculator to calculate DA from July-2011

As we predicted last month (see this previous article), Dearness Allowance with effect from 1st July 2011 has been now raised to 58%.

Source: NDTV

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  1. Sanjay Kumar says

    Please send Office Memorandum of Dearness Allowance effective from 1 July 2011. Its too late. Kindly do the needful.



  2. yemkepi says

    till todate, no notification has been issued by the concerned ministry(ies). why is this abnormal deay?

  3. Manoranjan Kumar says

    Yes, because the DA enhanced are on the basic cost of whole sale price where as we are retailer consumer and thus pays more than what Govt. fixed the price of commodities. So the merger became an urgent need.

  4. says

    DA has become 58% w.e.f.1.7.2011. Now we have to concentrate on demanding the merger of 50% DA with Basic Pay for all purposes/benefits so that we the Govt. employees would get some solace to meet the increased cost of living on account of rent, transport charges, fuel price increase etc.,Let us pray that we get succeed in getting 50 % merger with pay.

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