Pay Commission – The payment of 18 months pending DA is likely to be released in a few days. The arrears of DA from January 2020 to June 2021 is pending.
Shiv Gopal Mishra says, the dues of employees at Level-1 range from Rs 11,880 to Rs 37,554. At Level-13 and Level-14 will have arrears of Rs 1, 44, 200 to Rs 2,18,200 in hands.
7th Pay Commission – There is still hope for the employees.
DA is reviewed biannually. It gets reviewed once in every 6 months on the basis of the cost-of-living index. For the central Govt. employyes, 7th pay commission Dearness Allowance calculation such as follows
DA % = (Average of AICPI (Base Year 2001=100) for the past 12 months -115.76)/115.76) *100
Every time a new salary structure is rolled out by a pay commission, the pension for retired employees of the public sector is also revised.
Level 1 basic pay scale (for central Govt. employees) range is Rs 18000 to 56900. The employee with basic pay scale Rs 56,000 will get a DA arrear of 3 months (Rs13,656 + Rs10,242 + Rs13,656)= Rs 37,554.
7th pay commission 18 months DA arrear:-
For January 2020-June 2020 it would be Rs 4,320-13,656.
For July 2020-December 2020 it would be Rs 3,240-10,242.
For January 2021-June 2021 it would be Rs 4,320-13,656.
DA The calculations:-
i) The calculations of January 2020-June 2020 would be (4% of 144200) X6 = Rs 34,608
ii) The calculations of July 2020-December 2020 would be (3% of 144200) X6 = Rs 25,956
iii) The calculations of January 2021-June 2021 would be (4% of 144200) X6 = Rs 34,608
TOTAL Rs 95,172/-.
As per sources, a meeting can be held on 18th November, 2022 about the arrears of 18 months. After that, there is a possibility of payment of arrears. There is still hope for the central Govt. employyes and the pensioners about the pending payments. Keep visiting our website to know more.
Written by Rajeshwari.