All India Consumer Price Index Number – AICPIN
All India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers Base Year 2001=100
Calculation of Expected DA for Central Government Employees and Pensioners
(AICPIN indirectly reflects in the pay hike of Central Govt Employees and Pensioners)
The Consumer Price Index (IW) is the main element for calculating Dearness Allowance for Government employees and pensioners in India. The calculation method of Dearness allowance with AICPIN is given below an illustration…
O = Total of 12 Months, A=AICPIN, X = Average of 12 Months Total, Y = Increased Over 261.42, Z = Approximate DA Percentage
Current Status of AICPI is 322
Expected Dearness Allowance from January 2020 Calculator
(DA Calculator for January 2020)
Dearness allowance and Dearness Relief both are same, but, Dearness allowance for existing employees and Dearness relief for retired employees of Government Services.
Dearness Allowance & Dearness Relief – DA and DR Rates Table
5th, 6th and 7th CPC DA RATES TABLE : Dearness Allowance & Dearness Relief Table for Central Government Employees and Pensioners
Dearness Allowance (DA) Calculation Sheet January 2020
Dearness allowance calculation is the most important factor for all Government employees in India.
Once in six months, the salary for the employees working under the Central Government will be increased by a certain percentage of basic pay due to the announcement of additional DA.
How to calculate DA in salary or basic pay?
Central Govt announced the DA percentage twice in a year. The current status of DA is 17%. This is the second installment of 2019, effect from 1st July 2019. The next installment will be announced for January 2020.
For example, an employee is drawing basic pay Rs. 49,000
Dearness allowance: (49000 x 17) / 100 = 8,330
DA Calculation after 7th Pay Commission
7th pay commission has recommended the DA formula and the method of calculation of Dearness allowance will be continued the same as in the 6th pay commission without any change. Only change after 1.1.2016 is a linking factor for calculating the Dearness Allowance. The DA linking factor used before 7th CPC is 115.76 and the new linking factor after 7th CPC is 261.42. [Click to know more about DA linking factor]
DA Calculation Sheet from Jan 2020
O = Total of 12 Months, A=AICPIN, X = Average of 12 Months Total, Y = Approximate DA Percentage
AICPIN Advance Release Calendar
AICPIN Labour Bureau Index 2019
How the multiplication factor was arrived at 2.86? – 7th CPC Pay in the Pay Band
Why it was increased by 2.86 times?
The 6th Central Pay Commission, in its recommendations, introduced the concept of Multiplication Factor. The Multiplication Factor was fixed at 1.74 in the recommendations of 6th CPC. The Commission had also explained how the number was arrived at [Click to read continue…]
DA and DR Calculation tool for January 2020
Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief Calculation tool for January 2020
A new estimation tool for finding the imaginary percentage of Dearness allowance and Dearness Relief with effect from Janauary 2020. [Click to calculate]
How to calculate DA for Bank Staff and Officers
How to calculate Bank DA?
How to calculate the Dearness Allowance for Bank Employees?
10th BPS Settlement : Dearness Allowance: In substitution of Clause 7 of Bipartite Settlement dated 27th April 2010 with effect from 1st November 2012, the Dearness Allowance shall be payable as per the following rates [Click to calculate]
7th CPC DA Calculation
Calculation of Dearness allowance for Central Government employees and Pensioners
How to calculate DA?
DA calculation is very simple. But, we need the CPI for six months for additional DA from January to June and July to December. [Click to calculate]