In a big Dussehra bonanza, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday (Oct 8) announced an 11 per cent hike in the Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR) of all state government employees and pensioners.
While the hike will be effective retrospectively from July 2021, the State government employees will get the hiked salary from this month, October.
Ahead of the festive season, the All India Consumer Price Index data suggests that the DA of the Central government employees may further increase by 3 per cent.
Teachers/lecturers are deprived of the pension benefits even if the 1981 Pension rule clearly mentions that it is applicable for the employees of aided institutions, said the association members.
With this announcement, around 1,60,000 government employees and nearly 1,50,000 pensioners will be benefited.
It seems as if the Central government employees are being compensated for having suffered a grim 2020. Ahead of the festival season, the employees will avail the much awaited double bonanza.
With this, the new DA rate will be 28 per cent, up from the earlier 17 per cent.
In a major relief for the Central government employees waiting for the DA and DR hike, the Modi seems to have finally made the big announcement
Amid the COVID pandemic, the UPSC has come up with a big opportunity for government job aspirants that too in 7th Central Pay Commission scale
The time-limit for submission of TA claim on tour, transfer on training will remain 60 days.
If you are a central government employee or a pensioner, here is something that will cheer you up as there are a plethora of benefit schemes announced or are likely to be implemented this year.
While the Centre is not going to restore the DA of government employees this month, reports are there that allowance will be resumed in September
Disapproving all the claims about restoration of Dearness Allowance and Dearness relief (DR) from July 1, the Union Finance Ministry clarified on Saturday (June 26) that no such decision has been made as yet.
The decision to grant additional Dearness Allowance installment to central government employees have been under freeze since April 2020. But from July 30, employees likely to draw higher salaries due to additional DA from July 1
Amid all the speculations of a salary hike, one thing that is almost certain is - from July 1, lakhs of central government employees and pensioners will start receiving benefits of the enhanced Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR) approved under the 7th Pay Commission.
The Ministry has categorically asked to issue pension slip by the pension disbursing banks on monthly basis
Around 52 lakh Central government employees and over 65 lakh pensioners are all set to start receiving hiked Dearness Allowances (DA) and other related benefits approved under the 7th Pay Commission from July 1.
The Narendra Modi government has announced to increase the ceiling for reimbursement of medical claims of NVS Principals.
Around 11% DA hike is expected, taking the current rate of 17% to 28% while benefiting nearly 1.1 crore beneficiaries
Finally, there is good news for the lakhs of central government employees and pensioners who had been waiting for a hike in dearness allowance (DA) and the dearness relief (DR). As per sources, the Central government employees will get a revised salary from July 1.
Lakhs of central government employees and pensioners have been waiting for the last one year to avail the benefits of hike in dearness allowance (DA) and the dearness relief (DR).
The much-awaited and crucial meeting to look into the Dearness Allowance (DA) issue of the Central government employees, who are paid as per the 7th Pay Commission matrix, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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