Along with the hike in DA rate to 28 per cent, there seems to be a monsoon windfall on the salaries of Central govt employees. The big news is their HRA will increase to 27% for X, 18% for Y and 9% for Z cities
As per the 7th Pay Commission calculator, the jump in salary at the minimum level (basic pay of Rs 18,000) will be over 6k
According to the calculation, the DA rate in July will be around 31 per cent. If you're drawing the minimum salary of Rs 18000, then the arrear amount will be Rs 23,760.
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
If you thought this New Year had nothing in store for the government employees, then probably you were wrong. In what would bring joy in the lives of lakhs of government employees in Chhattisgarh, the state government has reportedly ordered release of salary increment along with the arrears of the state employees and officials. The […]
New Delhi: As we approach the beginning of another year, some good news is in store for the central government employees. The employees can start celebrating the New Year 2021 from today itself as they are most likely to take home an increased salary in 2021. The Narendra Modi-led Central government is expected to restore […]
New Delhi: In what could be a big bonanza ahead of the festive season, the Central Government has approved promotion of officers under the Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS). A recent government notification has stated about the approval of promotion of SAF officers to the grade of Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (PCDA). The promotion […]