Tarun Reflex

September 2, 2008

Six Pay Commission – Dearness Allowance – Revised Rates.

Recommendation of Sixth Central Pay Commission – Decision of Government relating to the grant of Dearness Allowance to the Central Government Servants – Revised Rates.

New rates of DA has been announced on http://india.gov.in/govt/paycommission.php (http://164.100.50.223/six_pay_comm/allowances.pdf)

From 1-1-2006 : No Dearness Allowance
From 1-7-2006 : 2% of Basic Pay and NPA, where applicable
From 1-1-2007 : 6% of Basic Pay and NPA, where applicable
From 1-7-2007 : 9% of Basic Pay and NPA, where applicable
From 1-1-2008 : 12% of Basic Pay and NPA, where applicable
From 1-7-2008 : 16% of Basic Pay and NPA, where applicable

All the allowances and pension related queries are answered.1.But what about LTC? No circular has been issued by MoF so far on revised frequency and revised entitlement of LTC for CG employees. Any idea about this? 2. What about Family Planning Allowance? No orders on this by MoF so far. I think MoF have forgotten about the above two issues. Who will remind them? All CG employees are eagerly awaiting for the revised orders in respect of the above. Hope MoF sees this site and atleast after this, they issue the above two orders in a day or two without delaying any further so that all CG employees get to know the revised rules clearly without any scope for confusion.

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