DA from January 2017 will be 4% or 5% based on Consumer Price Index (Industrial Workers) from January 2016 to December 2016 – Net increase in DA with effect from January 2017 is estimated to be 2% or 3%
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday announced 10 per cent hike in dearness allowance of state government employees from next month.
On Wednesday, the Tripura government declared an additional five per cent dearness allowance (DA) for its 209,000 state employees and pension holders.
As a New Year bonanza, the Madhya Pradesh government announced a 7 per cent hike in dearness allowance (DA) for its six lakh government employees.
The Punjab government today hiked the dearness allowance (DA) of its employees and pensioners by seven per cent.
The odisha government today hiked the dearness allowance (DA) for the employees and dearness relief for pensioners by seven percent with retrospective effect from July, 2016.
Central government employees were not satisfied with the 2 percent Dearness Allowance(DA) announced by the government for July to December 2016 period.
Railway Board order on Payment of Dearness Allowance to running staff – RBA 90/2016 dated 25.11.2016 issued
Ministry of Finance OM for increase of DA of 7% to Central Government Employees drawing 6th CPC Pay – Total DA will be @ 132%
DA from July 2016 for Central Government Employees – Govt issues orders for fixing DA at the rate of 2% – 7th Pay Commission revisied Pay includes DA of 125% sanctioned in the pre-revised pay structure
Dearness allowance (DA) and dearness relief is provided to employees and pensioners to neutralise the impact of price rise on their earnings.
However, what is annoying, is the silence of the the Federations in the Dearness Allowance (DA) issue.
DA from 1st July 2016 will be 3% if DA not merged taken in to account – DA merger on 7th Pay Commission implementation was 125% against the actual DA entitlement of 125.75 as on 1st January 2016 – Staff Side JCM writes to Govt
Dearness Relief payable for the period August 2016 to January 2017 to surviving pre 1.1.1986 retirees of banks (b) surviving spouses of pre 1.1.86
Railways, being Principal Employer are required to ensure that the contractors are complying with the provisions of the Contract Labour Act, and Minimum wages Act