Expected DA for central Govt., Employees from Jan 2012




   Perhaps it is very early to calculate the status of additional Dearness  allowance from January, 2012 for Central Government employees and  Pensioners, before releasing the AICPIN for the balance of three months  i.e.October, November and December. Enquiries are being poured as comments  and received emails to our inbox about the expected DA from Jan, 2012. 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 January 2012 will be minimum 7%. The  existing Dearness allowance is 58%, it will become as 58% + 7% = 65%.
source - blogs.ilocalbazaar
Expected DA for central Govt., Employees from Jan 2012 Expected DA for central Govt., Employees from Jan 2012 Reviewed by Jagadheesan Sadasivam on 7:01 AM Rating: 5

81 comments:

  1. FOR THE LAST 4 DAYS GOVERNMENTS HAVE BEEN SITTING OVER 58+7=65% DA SINCE JANUARY 1, 2012. THE OPPOSITIONS PARTIES & THEIR STOOGE TRADE UNIONS HAVE BEEN MAINTAINING GUARDED SILENCE.

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  2. It is fine 7% not bad but even not good.

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  3. 7% DA increase from 01.01.2012 is reasonable

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  4. As the prices of all the essential commodities have increased tremendously and it is very difficult especially for central government pensioners to keep their budget under control. At least 10% DA should be given to pensioners with effect from 1.1.2012. The pensioners are very hard pressed because they have to spent lot of money for medical and transport.

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  5. 7%DA is not enough to compensate the alarming rise in prices of essential commodities, thouhg ,it gives some relief.

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  6. 7% DA IS LESS.IT SHOULD BE 10% AS OUT OF THIS 3 % INCOME TAX WILL TAKE AWAY. DA SHOULD NOT BE TAXED AS IT IS MEANT TO FIGHT INFLATION

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  7. I fully agree with COL>LAMBA.
    M.K.Mukhopadhyay
    Rly

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  8. 7% is not bad,but acording to the prices of essential commodities 7% is not good.
    macson m.
    parippally

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  9. Absolutely, COL LAMBA's opinion is highly appreciated.

    Gaurisankar,N. F. Railway.

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  10. 7% is good but as it is jan, 2012 so in july the rate of DA will decrease. it will be more better if the rate would be 9%

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  11. it will be more better if DA increases by 9%

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  12. COL LAMBA's opinion is highly appreciated.

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  13. 7% DA IS NOT GOT AT LEAST 10 %IS BETTER

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  14. 9% IS BETTER THAN 7 %

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  15. 7% DA is not sufficient it would be 10%.

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  16. need increase jan -2012 da 10% it is must.
    now a days the cost of living is very high

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  17. even if Government pays 100% DA, GOI employees are unhappy. They say we want more. Where is the limit. Be happy what u are getting.

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  18. DA IS GIVEN AS PER LONG ESTABLISHED FORMULA AND RATES. SERVING AND RETIRED PERSONNEL ARE TREATED EQUALLY. SO LONG AS FOMULA IS UNCHANGED ,WE HAVE TO BE SATISFIED WITH WHAT IS DUE AND THAT IS PREDICTED TO BE 7%.

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  19. INSTEAD OF PAYING DA AS AND WHEN PRICE RISE IT IS HIGHTIME TO CONTROL PRICE RISE

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  20. It is not so bad but it should be at least 10%

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  21. da calculation formulae for pensioneer should change as mere pension is not enough for decent survival in society,thise who retired 15-20 years back their pension is very less in comparison to who retired later. pesioneer do not have any other source of income and physically not fit to take sime demanding job.

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  22. is it additional DA or regular.....?

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  23. is it additional DA or regular.....?

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  24. is it additional DA or regular.....?

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  25. 12% D.A is good or minimum is 10%

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  26. 2% is sufficient for central employees

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  27. 7 percent DA is not sufficient for Central govt.employee. Itn should be 10%

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  28. DA to Central Govt. employees/pensioners is to be enhanced by 10% w.e.f. Jan'12 as the Govt. failed to control price raising.

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  29. DA 7% NOT SUFFICEANT IT SHOUOLD MEET PRESENT COOST OF LIVING WE SUFFER A LOT
    KRISHNA 3ND WORLDWAR PENSIONER
    S.KRISHNAMURTHY
    BANGALORE, KARNATAKA

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  30. It is very important that the DA of the central employees should be above 10percentage.The reason behind is the pensioners is not able to look after their daily maintainence especialy their children edn and feture planning.I request atleast 10 percentage should be increase.

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  31. Minimum 10% DA should be given .....

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  32. 7% DA is insufficient as it does not match with the rising inflation. More ever,it should be tax free as it is given on inflation.

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  33. Minimum 11% DA should be given.....

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  34. To
    The Govt. of India
    Pl. DA can be ignored if price hike should have to be checked immediately.
    Because 7%/8% not suffice the matter
    Dilip K. Bhattacharya

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  35. DA for service holder and pensioner shold not be same.IF it is 8% for service holder it should be at least 12% for pensioner .they are not getting any allowances other than DA

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  36. DA should be 10%in comprising present market price
    Pradip Kumar Sen Rly.employee Adra

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  37. The da is not calculated as per the price index it should be 10 per cent at least recalculated and announce.

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  38. 7%DA is not bad. We should satisfy what Govt gives.

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  39. 50% da should be merged with basic pension for central pensioners immediately
    s.k.murthy
    pensioner

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  40. Increase in Da% should be atleast 10%

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  41. 7%DA expected DA wef 01 Jan 2012 is not good incomperision to rise rates of goods on daily basis

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  42. 7% expected DA wef 01 Jan 2012 is not good it should be 10%

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  43. DA for service holder and pensioner shold not be same.IF it is 8% for service holder it should be at least 12% for pensioner .they are not getting any allowances other than DA

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  44. DA for pensioner should be double the rate than a service holder as the pensioner is entirely depending on DA against fast raising of prices.

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  45. DA for pensioner should be double the rate than a service holder as the pensioner is entirely depending on DA against fast raising of prices and it is very defficult to survive in this atmosherephere for retired personnal.

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  46. 7% is not bad We will always expect more & more.

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  47. there should be a balance between the inflation and the D.A hike..for the last couple of months we have seen a constant hike of values of basic commodities..if govt dosnt have the ways n efficiency to cut off the price rise..they should atleast make sure that D.A hike should be reasonable compared to present crisis of inflation..7% is not enough to cope up with the amount of inflation we have seen recently..

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  48. As the regular employees are getting annual increments besides D.A., Pensioners should be given 3% additional D.A. every year besides regular D.A. because they are not getting any increment. Now 18% additional D.A. from 1.1.2006 to 31.12.2011 (for 6 years) should be given w.e.f. 1.1.2012 besides regular D.A. when announced.

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  49. It should be same for all, not as a % of a pay because it makes a lot of gap between the money drawn by lower category of employee & higher ones. Thus it makes a lot of difference in amount as both are paying same cost of commodities. This disparity must be solvecd.

    S C Srivastava

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  50. The Merger of 50% DA as recommended by 5th CPC has been done away by 6th CPC and 25% increase in allowances on crossing the 50% limit of DA to serving personnel. What about pensioners?

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  51. minimum DA SHOULD BE 10% .i.e 58%+10%=68%

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  52. Minimum 10% of DA is a must as the cost of living has gone up so high, rental and transports charges have gone up so much that it has become difficult for a common man.

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  53. A separate slabe of D.A.should be fixed for pensioners, that should be higher than regular employees because the pensioners pay is fixed amount whereas those of regular employees pay is increased every year by increment which result the amount is increased more and more to the regular employees

    S.D.Goyal March,04,2012

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  54. I think 7% DA is predicted based on the alredy rising price index in the last few months. As for pensioners, since they were able to survive during these hard days of rising price of commodities, separate rate of higher DA for them need not be considered.

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  55. I think 7% DA is predicted based on the alredy rising price index in the last few months. As for pensioners, since they were able to survive during these hard days of rising price of commodities, separate rate of higher DA for them need not be considered.

    Debes Bhattacharya Choudhuri

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  56. at least 11% is necessary because daily usage items are very costly and more ever central govt employees more and more they outside the home town.

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  57. giving DA should not be considered as a burden on Government.It should e given in suvh a way that a gov. employee can think beyond food and other basic necessities.

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  58. Da should be increased at least by 8%

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  59. up to what % the DA could reach, what i mean to say ,can it allowed 100% and above ?

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  60. It is true that the pensioners are getting enough amount on a/c of pension to meet out the day to day requirements especially in these days. Cost of living is alarming and I am afraid what would be happen to those retired employees who are in receipt of less than Rs. 5000/-?

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  61. In my earlier comments, the word " NOT " was erroneously left out in first line after "GETTING". The same may please be inserted while reading my comments. Inconvenience caused is regretted.

    A K VELMURUGAN

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  62. `DHARITRI', 29/2 - ROURKELA CPI 211, TALCHER-ANGUL 209, MINIMUM WAGE Rs.145.79, GOVT DA WILL BE 58+7+5=70% ON JULY 1, 2012; BANKCGMs & BELOW EXCEPT MYSORE & SALBONI(MIDNAPORE) 63%(90% OF 70%) SINCE FEBRUARY 1, 2012; INSURANCE CGMs & BELOW 58.95% AND PUBLIC SECTOR 56.7% SINCE JANUARY 1, 2012.

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  63. with the prices reaching high sky, 10% DA is mandatory

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  64. Well, I have a comment here to make to this forum. DA should not be considered for tax calculation. As evident, it is given to control only the inflation, thus, it should not be taxed.

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  65. When there is nothing it is better to get DA. The point central govt employees and pensioners residing in and around need not worry as they are provided with best hospitals for treatment as OP and IP. So what about the pensioners residing far from CGHS areas? They( pensioner and the family) have to maintain their treatment with the Rs.300- p.m. Whether any one could tell the sum of Rs.300 is adequate? Govt and the Delhi secretaries keeping mum as they are getting one of the best treatment in Delhi. Then how they could realise the other central govt pensioners residing villages.

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  66. 7% DA is grossly inadequate in the present day price rise.

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  67. Since the pensioners are not getting any allowances other than the DA. There should be more DAs for pensioners as they have to incur lot of expenditure on medicines and transport. Government should atleast sanction 10% DA to Central government pensioners from 1.1.2012. Proposed DA @ 7% is quite insufficient especially for pensioners. Government may think on this

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  68. 8% DA is reasonable as per the current scenario of Govt position/intention for reforms.



    www.mralam.50@gmail.com

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  69. If sachin scores century, it is guarantee that India will loose, this proved again, do not include him again in ODI format

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  70. da should be minimum 10%

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  71. 7% DA for pensioners not sufficient. It should be more than 12% to solve the day to day problems of pensioner. Govt, please consider the same.

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  72. DA for pensioners should declared separately increasing by 3% annually as pensioners not getting increments as well as other allowances with their pension

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  73. 7% DA hike is ok for central govt. employees.

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  74. EX cpl Rajasekhar said
    Minimum of 10% da should be released

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  75. 7% is just about enough to take care of increased expenses on petrol, how would a govt. servant cope with the ripple effect on essentials, especially rising cost of education of children............p.mitra

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  76. D.A SHOULD BE GIVEN TO UNEMPLOYED YOUTH ALSO.ALONG WITH UNEMPLOYMENT ALLOWANCE

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  77. 7% DA is ok provided it is not taxable.

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  78. BIDHAN CHATTOPADHYAYApril 3, 2012 at 12:13 PM

    Bidhan chattopadhyay

    As per the 6th pay commission recommendation 25% increase in allowances on crossing the 50% limit of DA to serving personnel. similarly 3%may be added every year with the basic pension allotted with life long pension will definitely add a decent life to pensioner given their youth in service

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