7th apay commission update: Under the Seventh Pay Commission, the Central Employees DA Hike has been increased many times in the past, due to which the Dearness Allowance of government employees has increased to 42 percent. On the other hand, another increase in it is being estimated in July. If the central government increases the dearness allowance of the employees, then there will be a big increase in the salary.
Government is planning to increase DA in July
It is being said in some media reports that big good news is going to come for the central employees in July, because the government can increase the DA. The government had just increased the dearness allowance by 4 percent with effect from January, due to which the dearness allowance and relief is at 42 percent. At the same time, it is being said in the reports that this allowance can be increased by 4 percent or it can be done up to 50 percent.
What will happen after 50% DA
According to the rule of the Seventh Pay Commission, if there is 50 percent dearness allowance, then it will be added to the salary of government employees. This means that the basic salary of the employees will increase. Let us tell you that the Seventh Pay Commission was implemented in 2016 and till then the rule was implemented that if there is 50 percent DA then it will be made zero.
How much will the salary increase if there is 50% DA?
If the DA is made 50 percent by the central government, then a big increase in salary will be seen. Suppose someone’s basic salary is 26 thousand rupees, then 50 percent of it will be 13 thousand rupees. This means that there will be an increase of 13 thousand rupees in the salary and it will be given in addition to the basic salary.
The government increases DA twice a year.
The salary of government employees is increased twice a year by the central government. The hike is done for the first time at the beginning of the year i.e. January 1 and for the second time after six months in July.
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