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7th pay commission recommends overall hike of 23.55%

NOVEMBER 19, 2015:  

The Seventh Pay Commission submitted its report to Union finance minister Arun Jaitley recommending a 16% hike in basic pay of nearly 5 million central government employees. The commission headed by justice AK Mathur also suggested increase in house rent and other allowances that will result in an effective 23.51% increase in salaries of central government employees. The total increase, including the additional outgo on account of pensions, is estimated to be 23.55%. The recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission are scheduled to take effect from January 1, 2016.

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As in the last year the system is ready to prepare your income tax statement for the financial year 2015-16 (Assessment year 2016-17). 

6 % DA hike for Central staff

NEW DELHI, SEPTEMBER 9:  

Good news for central government employees. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared a proposal to increase dearness allowance (DA) to 119% from 113%, which will potentially benefit over one crore government employees and pensioners.  The proposal to increase DA by six percentage points was taken at a meeting by the Union Cabinet.  DA is paid as proportion of the basic pay.  Earlier in April, the government had hiked DA by 6% to 113% of their basic pay with effect from January.
The proposed DA hike will take effect from July 1. As per the agreed formula, the DA rate increase is an average of 12-month consumer price index-industrial workers from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015.  The proposed hike is in accordance with the accepted formula based on the recommendations of the 6th pay commission, which will benefit 48 lakh government employees and 55 lakh pensioners. 

Last month, the Cabinet had given approval for the extension of the term of the 7th Central pay commission by four months up to December 31.

Courtesy: The Times of India 9th September 2015

Pay Particulars from 2012 incorporated

Much awaited module has been added in the system in which pay particulars for the period from 2012 onwards can be viewed financial year wise or calendar wise.
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Closed Holidays for 2015

Holiday List for 2015 for the Central Government Offices in Kerala has been issued by Central Government Employees Welfare Co-ordination Committee (CGEWCC), Thiruvananthapuram.
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As per order no. 11013/9/2014- Estt (A-III) of DoPT, the implementation of the Aadhaar based biometric attendance is time bound, ie. by 26 th January 2015. All officers are requested to update Aadhaar number in this system for departmental use.

Award of Commendation

commendationShri. Sasikumar T., Inspector of Central Excise, Trivandrum, receives Commendation Certificate from Shri Parthasarathi Shome, Adviser to the Union Finance Minister, at the "Central Excise Day Celebration", in New Delhi on February 25, 2013 for development of online payroll application as service to the Dept at free of cost. The Revenue Secretary, Shri Sumit Bose and the CBEC Chairperson, Smt. Praveen Mahajan are also seen.

 

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DA Rates w.e.f. 01.01.2006

01/07/2015
6%
119%
01/01/2015
6%
113%
01/07/2014
7%
107%
01/01/2014
10%
100%
01/07/2013
10%
90%
01/01/2013
8%
80%
01/07/2012
7%
72%
01/01/2012
7%
65%
01/07/2011
7%
58%
01/01/2011
6%
51%
01/07/2010
10%
45%
01/01/2010
8%
35%
01/07/2009
5%
27%
01/01/2009
6%
22%
01/07/2008
4%
16%
01/01/2008
3%
12%
01/07/2007
3%
9%
01/01/2007
4%
6%
01/07/2006
2%
2%
01/01/2006
0%
0%