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Thursday, 4 July 2013

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2013


Expected Dearness Allowance

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2013

Expected DA from 1.7.2013 - DA Table monthly wise...

Perhaps it is very early to calculate the status of  additional Dearness allowance from July 2013 for Central Government employees and Pensioners, before releasing the AICPIN for the balance of four months i.e. March, April, May and June. Enquirers are being poured as comments and received emails to our inbox about the 'Expected DA from July 2013'. 
We can assume that the AICPIN will certainly go up, because of the essential commodities prices are going high with non stop. Anyway we can assume the additional Dearness allowance from July 2013 will be 10%. It is not an authentic source of information, it is our forecast calculation method based on the AICPIN will step up one point from the existing level for coming months. Now the Dearness allowance stands at 80%, perhaps if our calculation could happens then the Dearness allowance may go up to 90% from 1.7.2013.
DA is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation

As per the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission, the Dearness Allowance (DA) is given to Central Government employees in January and June every year based on last 12 month average of all India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2001=100). The build-up of CPI-IW inflation and Dearness Allowance (DA) since the commencement of Sixth pay commission is given below :-

Year12 month average of
CPI-IW (2001=100)
Build-up of CPI-IW
inflation (%)
Annual Dearness Allowance
(DA) (%)
2005115.770.000
2006122.926.186
2007130.7512.9412
2008141.6722.3722
2009157.0835.6935
2010175.9251.9651
2011191.5065.4265
2012209.3380.8280

The increase in the rate of DA to the Central Government employees is in proportion to the increase in the rate of inflation in the country. The fraction of inflation is carried forward.

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