Wednesday, 30 April 2014

List of Allowances increased @ 25%(over original 6th CPC rate) after 100% DA: Railway Board Order

 List of Allowances increased @ 25%(over original 6th CPC rate) after 100% DA: Railway Board Order

List of the various allowances that increased at the rate of 25% (over original 6th CPC rate)  w.e.f. 01.01.2014 on account of enhancement in the rate of DA to 100% – Railway Board’s Order RBE No. 39/2014:-
Government of India/Bharat Sarkar
Ministry of Railways /Rail Mantraraya
(Railway Board)
PC-VI No. 336
RBE No. 39/2014
No.F(E)1/2011/AL-28/18
New Delhi, dated 29.04.2014
The General Managers,
All Indian Railways etc.
(As per Standard Mailing List)

Sub: Enhancement in the rate of various allowances by 25% as a result of enhancement of Dearness allowance upto 100% w.e.f 01.01.2014.

In accordance with the recommendations of 6th CPC, the rates of various allowances admissible to different categories of railway staff were revised/doubled. The 6th CPC had also recommended that the rates of these
allowances will be increased by 25% every time the Dearness Allowance goes up by 50%.  Railway Board, accordingly, issued instructions in respect of increase in rates of various allowances by 25% vide Board’s letter of even number dated 13.06.2011.

2.    Subsequent to enhancement in the rate of Dearness Allowance to 100% w.e.f. 01.01.2014 queries are being received from some of the Railways regarding further enhancement of rates of these allowances. The matter has been examined and It is clarified that the rates of allowances listed in the enclosed Annexure shall increase by a further 25% (over original 6th CPC rate prescribed by Ministry of Railways) with Dearness Allowance now having gone up to 100% w.e.f. 01.01.2014.

3.    The terms and conditions for grant of these allowances will remain the same.

4.    Hindi version is enclosed.

5.    Kindly acknowledge receipts

DA: as above
(Amir Chand Jain)
Dy. Dirs Finance(Estt)
Railway Board

LIST OF THE VARIOUS ALLOWANCES THAT STAND REVISED W.E.F. 01.01.2014 ON ACCOUNT OF ENHANCEMENT IN THE RATE OF DA TO 100%

Sl. No. Name of Allowance Authority number and date
1. Daily Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-28/14 dated 01.12.2008 (Para 3 of the Annexure to the letter)
2. Mileage for road journey by taxi/own car/auto-rickshaw/own scooter/bicycle etc. F(E)I/2008/AL-28/14 dated 01.12.2008 (para 2 D (b) and (c) of the Annexure to the letter
3. Road Mileage Allowance and rates for transportation of House-hold effects on transfer F(E)1/2008/AL-28/15 dated 01.12.2008 (Para A (3) & (4) and para C of the Annexure to the letter)
4. Fixed Conveyance Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-7/3 dated 03.10.2008
5. Cycle Maintenance Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-7/2 dated 18.09.2008
6. Washing Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-29/1. dated 30.09.2008
7. Special Compensatory (Scheduled/ Tribal Area) Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-4/7 dated 18.09.2008
8 Special Compensatory (Hill Area) Allowance F(E)1/2008/AL-4/4 dated 16.09.2008
9. Special Compensatory (Bad Climate) Allowance F(E)1/2008/AL4/5 dated 16.09.2008
10. Special Compensatory (Remote Locality) Allowance F(E)I/2008/AL-4/6 dated 22.09.2008

Source: AIRF
[http://www.airfindia.com/Orders%202014/RBE%2039_2014.pdf]

Everytime DA goes up by 50%: CGDA clarified - No separate order is required: Allowance/Advance shall automatically increase by 25%

Everytime DA goes up by 50%: CGDA clarified - No separate order is required: Allowance/Advance shall automatically increase by 25%

Allowance/Advance shall automatically increase by 25% everytime DA goes up by 50% – CGDA’s clarification – no separate order is required for revision of allowances/advances by 25% on the original amount w.e.f. 01.01.2014
Controller General of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt-110010
No. AN/XIV/6th CPC/Corr./Vol-XII
Dated: 29.04.2014
To
All PCsDA/CsDA
Sub: Enhancement of rates of various allowances by 25% everytime DA payable on the revised pay structure goes up by 50%.

Consequent on revision of rates of Dearness Allowance from existing 90% to 100% vide MoF OM dated 27.03.2014, references are being received in this HQrs office seeking clarification regarding separate orders for revision of rates of certain allowances/advances where a specific clause indicates that the allowance/ advance shall automatically increase by 25% everytime DA payable on the revised pay structure goes up by 50%.

2. The matter has been examined in this HQrs office and it is clarified that automatic revision will take place only in respect of those allowances for which a specific clause of automatic increase has been provided in respective original Govt. orders. Therefore, no separate order is required for revision of allowances/advances by 25% on the original amount w.e.f. 01.01.2014
3. This issues with the approval of Jt. CGDA (AN)

sd/-
(Upendra Kumar)
For CGDA
Source: www.cgda.nic.in
[http://cgda.nic.in/adm/enhancement%20of%20rates%20of%20allowance%20290414.pdf]

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

25% Dearness Allowances Hike: Dopt Orders on clarification on increase in certain allowances by further 25% as a result of enhancement of Dearness Allowances w.e.f. 1.1.2014

Dopt Orders on clarification on increase in certain allowances by further 25% as a result of enhancement of Dearness Allowances w.e.f. 1.1.2014


No.A-27012/1/2014-Estt. (Allowance)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension
Department of Personnel & Training
Block-IV, Old JNU Campus
New Delhi, 28th April, 2014.
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Clarification on increase in certain allowances by further 25% as a result of enhancement of Dearness Allowances w.e.f. 1.1.2014

The undersigned is directed to refer to para 1(j) of this Department’s OM. No.12011/03/2008-Estt. (Allowance) dated 2.9.2008. This provides that the limits of Children Education Allowance would be automatically raised by 25% every time the Dearness Allowance on the revised pay structure goes up by 50%. References are being received from various quarters with regard to the amount of Children Education Allowance admissible consequent upon enhancement of Dearness Allowance payable to Central Government employees @ 100% w.e.f. 1 January, 2014 announced vide Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure O.M. No.1/l/2014-E-1I (B) dated 27th March, 2014.
2. In accordance with the above, the following shall be the revised limits:

a) The annual ceiling limit for reimbursement of Children Education Allowance shall be Rs.18,000/- per child. Accordingly, the quarterly claim could be more than Rs.4500/- in one quarter. The Hostel Subsidy shall be Rs.4500/- per month per child;
b) The rates of Special Allowance for Child Care to women with disabilities stands revised to Rs. 1500/- per month; and
c) The annual ceiling for reimbursement of Children Education Allowance for disabled children of Government employees shall be treated as revised to Rs.36,000/- per annum per child and the rates of Hostel Subsidy for disabled children of Government employees shall be treated as revised to Rs.9000/- per child per month.
3. These revisions are applicable with effect from 1st January, 2014.
4. These revisions shall be subject to other terms and conditions mentioned in this Department’s O.M. No.12011/03/2008-Estt (Allowance) dated 2.9.2008, O.M. No.12011/04/2008 dated 11.9.2008 and 12011/07(i)12011-Estt.(AL) dated 21.2.2012.

sd/
(Mukul Ratra)
Director

Source:www.persmin.gov.in
[http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/A-27012_1_2014-Estt.Allowance-28042014.pdf]

Monday, 28 April 2014

Expected DA from July 14 - Looks like the curiosity surrounding the expected DA is fast receding..!

Expected DA from July 14 - Looks like the curiosity surrounding the expected DA is fast receding..!
One of the possible reasons for the dampening interest could be the fact that unlike last time, there is not going to be a DA hike. Although it is very well known that the hike is based on price rise and inflation, it probably feels to them as if something was lost.
This time there is no double-digit increase. It is only going to be a single-digit hike.
At the most, one can expect an increase of 7%. That too is not for sure. All that depends on the soon to be announced AICPIN points for balance months.
After announcing the second additional DA for the year 2014, there are only two instalments left. With the instalments of January 2015 and July 2015, the 6th CPC comes to a close.
The next additional DA will be based on the 7th CPC.

Additional Dearness Allowance formula could be changed in the 7th CPC. They could announce a new Base Year. There could also be a change in the 115.76 yardstick. Nothing can be said for certain this time.
There is already a proposal to change the Labour Bureau Base Year from ‘CPI-IW 2001=100’ to ‘CPI-IW 2015 =100’.  The current series of CPI-IW with base 2001=100 was constructed on the basis of employment data in seven sectors namely, Registered Factories, Mining, Plantations, Ports & Docks, Public Motor Transport, Electricity Generation & Distribution Establishments and Railways sector. The current series comprises of a basket of about 370 items and 289 price collection markets spread across 78 centres of the country.
The new series of CPI-IW will cover 7 sectors and 88 cities in 27 states have been selected for the new recommendation of CPI-IW (2015-100). It is worth mentioning that a special Standing Tripartite Committee (STC) under the chaired by Prof. G.K. Chadda has been created in this regard.
DA Table for the last one year…
[http://www.employeesnews.in/2014/04/expected-da-from-july-2014-looks-like.html]

Thursday, 24 April 2014

PFRDA Circular - Registration of Government employees aged 60 years and above under National Pension System (NPS)

PFRDA Circular - Registration of Government employees aged 60 years and above under National Pension System (NPS) 
CIRCULAR
PENSION FUND REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 
22 April, 2014 
PFRDA/2014/3/PDEX/12 
Subject: Registration of Government employees aged 60 years and above under National Pension System (NPS) 
The Authority has been receiving several requests from various governments (central & state) to approve the registration of subscribers under National Pension System (NPS) who are aged 60 years and above and which are being approved on case by case basis by PFRDA at present. 
Keeping in view of the difficulties being faced by subscribers, now the Authority has decided to enroll all eligible Government employees (central & state) who are on the rolls of the government in to NPS, irrespective of the age at the time of entry, subject to the condition that the total period of contribution to NPS account shall not be more than 42 years. The NPS applications of such subscribers need to be submitted through the appropriate nodal officer of the Govt/ Deptt, in line with the procedure adopted for NPS registration for Government employees aged below 60 years. Also, the responsibility for ensuring that the employee is eligible for being covered under NPS and that the NPS contribution is not paid beyond 42 years during the entire service period for such an employee, lies with the department submitting the subscriber registration form. 
This is for the information of all concerned. 
Sd/- 
Venkateswarlu Peri 
General Manager 
Source : www.pfrda.org.in
[http://www.pfrda.org.in/writereaddata/linkimages/Registration%20of%20Govt%20employees%20aged%2060%20years%20and%20above763537413.pdf]

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Child Care Leave, introduced by the 6th CPC, was a boon for women employees.

Child Care Leave, introduced by the 6th CPC, was a boon for women employees.

Women employees have for long, been entitled to Maternity Leave. The 90 days paid leave granted as maternity leave was extended to 135 days by the 5th CPC. The 6th CPC further increased it to 180 days.
Based on the very reasonable request presented by ATMAJA (Association of Adoptive Parents), the Government announced ‘Child Adoption Leave’ for female employees in 2006. Orders were issued to grant 135 days leave for female employees who adopt child upto one year of age. 

The 6th CPC introduced a family welfare privilege for female employees. Consequent upon the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of the 6th CPC relating to Maternity Leave and Child Care Leave, the Central Govt decided that the existing provisions of Maternity Leave enhanced to 180 days.
Leave of the kind due and admissible (including commuted leave for a period not exceeding 60 days and leave not due) that can be granted in continuation with Maternity Leave provided in Rule 43(4)(b) shall be increased to 2 years.

Women employees having minor children may be granted Child Care Leave for a maximum period of two years (i.e. 730 days) during their entire service for taking care of upto two children whether for rearing or to look after any of their needs like examination, sickness etc.

Only female employees were entitled to these leaves in order to provide health care and education supervision requirements for her two children. Although there were difficulties in implementing this decision, the announcement was welcomed by women employees. 

But this also created a sense of longing among the male employees. 

Were they not concerned about their family’s welfare? 

Was their presence not required in health and education related issues of their children? 

‘Why are we being denied this allowance?’. Men employees were wondered. 

But some male staff themselves wondered, it was impossible to give the same privilege to male employees too, who constitute 90% of the government workforce.

One could also hear demands that if not 730 days, at least half of it should be given to the male employees.
Some suggest that the allowance should be made in genuine cases after necessary enquiries.
Some also suggest that in cases where the husband and wife are employed, the leave should be given to both. 

Everybody has a right to demand…!

The request to give this privilege to men who have lost their wives, to look after their children sounds very reasonable. 

Children who have lost their mothers require the care and presence of their fathers. 

Will the 7th CPC consider this demand?

Source: www.employeesnews.in
[http://www.employeesnews.in/2014/04/will-7th-cpc-extend-child-care-leave.html]

10% Dearness Allowance for Tamil Nadu Government Employees…

10% Dearness Allowance for Tamil Nadu Government Employees…

Ahead of festival season, the Tamil Nadu government has announced an 10% additional Dearness allowance hike in Dearness allowance to its employees and pensioners from 1.7.2013.

As per media source, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu Ms.Jayalalitha said in the meeting, the enhanced amount would be paid in cash from 1st July 2013.

The official order published by the Finance Department.

10% Dearness allowance declared to Odisha Government employees

10% Dearness allowance declared to Odisha Government employees

The State Government of Odisha has now declared 10% Dearness allowance to its employees and pensioners.

Following the Central Govt successive announcement made by the state governments to their employees and pensioners regarding the hike in Dearness allowance. In this series, now the state govt of odisha has decided to enhance in dearness allowance for counteract the price hike in all essential commodities.

As a special gift for festival to celebrate coming days, Bihar govt approved 10% to increase in DA with effect from 1st July 2013. The total DA will become 90% after the announcement. The formal orders will be issued by the Finance Department.


Getting hike in DA by 10% – Maharashtra Govt Employees

Getting hike in DA by 10% – Maharashtra Govt Employees

As per the media news, the State government of Mahasrashtra nod for hike in Dearness allowance by 10%.
The employees and pensioners of Maharashtra government enjoyed to hear the news about hike in Dearness allowance by 10% from July this year. 
The arrears for the balance of two months and enhanced amount for the current month will be issued in cash.

Friday, 18 April 2014

EXPECTED DA FROM JULY 2014 - An overview of articles about DEARNESS ALLOWANCE

EXPECTED DA FROM JULY 2014 - An overview of articles about DEARNESS ALLOWANCE

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014

An overview of articles about DEARNESS ALLOWANCE

It is an appreciable trend that articles about Dearness Allowances continue to be churned each day. There are plenty of advantages and benefits in giving your own interpretation on a topic that millions are interested in. It helps a great deal in creating consensus opinion. Social media are especially useful in accomplishing this.

A very famous example is the unity and camaraderie between pharmacists a few years ago, and their success. The contribution of social media in the current protests being conducted by LDCs and UDCs is worth taking note of.

There is no denial to the fact that revolutionary new opinions expressed on social media have been useful for many in many different ways. There is also no doubt in the fact that members of the unions, associations, and federations continue to watch the social media. You can bet that in the near future almost all these leaders of unions and associations would have created their own individual websites and started expressing their opinions almost immediately.

Let us get to the topic at hand...

The Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers points for last month was released on 31.03.2014. The index has risen by one point and stands at 238. As a result, the Dearness Allowance, which stood at 101.71 has now slightly increased to 102.79.

With the AICPIN data of only two months available, it has become clear that there is not even an increase of 3%. If the trend continues, the hike in DA would be very small this time. Though nothing can be speculated as of now, if the AICPIN doesn’t reduce, then there are chances of a 5% DA increase. If AICPIN points slump by bigger margins, there are chances that the DA percentage would decrease further.

To sum it up, this time, there is no possibility of getting the kind of DA hikes that were given in the past. But then, since we still don’t have the data for four months, it is difficult to accurately calculate.

‘Expected DA from July 2014’ completed its second step..!

Expected DA from July 2014 - AICPIN for the month of Feb 2014

Expected DA from July 2014 - AICPIN for the month of Feb 2014

According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for February, 2014 increased by 1 points and pegged at 238 (two hundred and thirty Eight). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.42 per cent between January, 2014 and February, 2014 compared with the rise of 0.90 per cent between the same two months a year ago.

Finance Ministry’s Orders on 10% DA Expected Shortly!

Finance Ministry’s Orders on 10% DA Expected Shortly!
At the Cabinet Committee meeting that was held on 28/02/2014, approval was given for a 10% hike in the Dearness Allowance and Dearness Relief for Central Government employees and pensioners. Nearly a month has passed but the Finance Ministry has still not issued relevant orders to the departments concerned. 
Despite the consent of the Cabinet Committee, the enhanced amount of DA will be given only after the Finance Minister issues the orders. The month of March ends on Monday and orders will have to be issued before then. Only then will the employees receive the DA amount for the month of March along with the month’s salary. Since all the banks will remain closed on the 2nd due to Annual closing of accounts, it will be available only on Tuesday, the 3rd. 

Since all the DDOs under Central Government have been computerized and since DA calculation is a routine task, they would immediately take action as soon as they receive the fax. Moreover, in the press release announcing the Cabinet Committee’s approval, certain terms were clearly added that the “Cabinet approved the proposal to release an additional installment of Dearness Allowance (DA) to Central Government employees and Dearness Relief (DR) to pensioners with effect from 01.01.2014, in cash, but not before the disbursement of the salary for the month of March 2014 at the rate of 10 percent increase over the existing rate of 90 percent”.
If the Finance Ministry fails to issue the orders before the end of this month, then 3 months’ arrears will be given in April.
Since “50% DA Merger” is not going to happen now, orders are expected regarding 25% increase in some specific allowances. One of these allowances is the “Children Education Allowance and Hostel Subsidy”. Last time, when DA touched 50%, the subsidy was increased from 12,000 to 15,000. Similarly, this time, it is expected to rise by 25% from 15,000 to 18,750.

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FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME-DA ARREARS CALCULATOR

FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME-DA ARREARS CALCULATOR


FINANCE MINISTRY DA ORDER JAN 2014 -WHEN IT WILL COME

No one can deny the fact that DA is a very important allowance as of now. This applies to both state and central government employees. On the 28th of February 2014, 10 % DA increase was approved by the cabinet and then the announcement about the same came out. In the past, mostly, this announcement and the Finance Ministry order have come out in the month of March. Hardly, has this ever changed so far. So the finance ministry order on DA is expected to come soon.


After the order on the 10% DA is received, the corresponding DA value will be paid as arrears for the first two months and then it will paid along with the month’s salary. Similarly, every time when the DA touches 50%, some allowances can increase up to 25%. We have already got the benefits of the 50% DA increase. Now, as it has reached 100%, a formal announcement is expected to come out soon. Everyone can easily calculate the benefits that we’ll get from a 10% increase. However, for your convenience, I have attached a calculator to help you to find out how much you will get as two month’s arrears and the other benefits that you will get due to the DA increase.

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014
 
This is the first thing that all Central and State Government employees alike would eagerly like to know!
We are the first to calculate and write about ‘Expected DA’. We have been meticulously doing this task for the past five years. Without fail, we publish all the relevant information pertaining to DA, which is given twice every year (January 1, and July 1). It is our practice to calculate these numbers on the basis of certain indicators. 

Dearness Allowance is calculated entirely on the basis of price rise and inflation. Of utmost importance for the calculation is the AICPIN (All India Consumer Price Index). Labour Bureau, a Government agency releases these figures each month.
The Consumer Price Index (Industrial Workers) Base 2001 =100 is calculated based on the prices of 24 crucial items. They are also called “Fixed Basket of Goods.” They take into account the change in retail prices of these items.
Three most important constituents of the CPI-IW are the centre specific weighting diagrams, the retail price data and the house rent data. 78 towns are chosen and the list is formulated from the information gathered from these places. Each month’s AICPIN is released in the following month.
After 01.01.2006, according to the formula recommended by the 6th CPC, an approximate dearness Allowance for the month is calculated. At the end of June and December, the precise Dearness Allowance is calculated.
In order to calculate this year’s second instalment of Additional Dearness Allowance, AICPIN points of six months are required. As of now, the AICPIN of only one month has been released. In these circumstances, it wouldn't be right to make predictions. Actually, it would be wrong

Expected DA from 1.7.2014 - DA Table monthly wise...

EXPECTED DA FROM JULY 2014 CALCULATOR

EXPECTED DA FROM JULY 2014 CALCULATOR
DID YOU KNOW? YOU CAN CALCULATE DA FOR JULY 2014 YOURSELF!
We have been waiting eagerly for the announcement of 50% DA merger and interim relief for quite some time now, but still no announcement about it has come out! This is really disappointing.
As you know, we got the 50% DA merger(5th paycommission) and interim relief(2nd to 4th paycommission) in the last pay commission to compensate for the increased commodity prices and economic burden. So our present expectation cannot be unreasonable. We only get our DA to manage the price rise of essential commodities. As of now it has reached 100% raise and some allowances are expected to rise only by 25%. When this is the case, calculating the DA rise in the coming July 2014 is somewhat difficult. As of now, the announcement of only one month’s AICPIN has come out. In the coming five months, we will get a complete picture of the AICPIN value. Only after that we can calculate the DA rise accurately.


The value of AICPIN in the past two months has gone down considerably when compared to the previous months. After 1.1.2006, AICPIN has seen a sharp fall during the following periods: March 2007, Dec 2008, Feb 2010,Dec 2011,Dec 2013 and Jan 2014. As AICPIN is fluctuating considerably, predicting the DA of July 2014 is very difficult.
A simple calculator has been created to calculate the DA by yourself. You have to input the AICPIN value (that you think will be in the forthcoming months) and can calculate the DA for July 2014. I have provided a link for the calculator. Using this simple calculator, you can calculate the DA for July 2014 by yourself.

EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 2014

 EXPECTED DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FROM JULY 201

This is the first thing that all Central and State Government employees alike would eagerly like to know!

We are the first to calculate and write about ‘Expected DA’. We have been meticulously doing this task for the past five years. Without fail, we publish all the relevant information pertaining to DA, which is given twice every year (January 1, and July 1). It is our practice to calculate these numbers on the basis of certain indicators.

Dearness Allowance is calculated entirely on the basis of price rise and inflation. Of utmost importance for the calculation is the AICPIN (All India Consumer Price Index). Labour Bureau, a Government agency releases these figures each month.

The Consumer Price Index (Industrial Workers) Base 2001 =100 is calculated based on the prices of 24 crucial items. They are also called “Fixed Basket of Goods.” They take into account the change in retail prices of these items.

Three most important constituents of the CPI-IW are the centre specific weighting diagrams, the retail price data and the house rent data. 78 towns are chosen and the list is formulated from the information gathered from these places. Each month’s AICPIN is released in the following month.

After 01.01.2006, according to the formula recommended by the 6th CPC, an approximate dearness Allowance for the month is calculated. At the end of June and December, the precise Dearness Allowance is calculated.

In order to calculate this year’s second instalment of Additional Dearness Allowance, AICPIN points of six months are required. As of now, the AICPIN of only one month has been released. In these circumstances, it wouldn’t be right to make predictions.

AICPIN for Jan 2014 - Expected DA from Jul 2014

AICPIN for Jan 2014 - Expected DA from Jul 2014

 All-India CPI-IW for January, 2014 declined by 2 points and pegged at 237
Consumer Price Index Numbers For Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) January 2014
According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for January, 2014 declined by 2 points and pegged at 237(two hundred and thirty Seven). On 1-month percentage change, it decreased by 0.84 per cent between December and January compared with the rise of 0.91 per cent between the same two months a year ago. 

The largest downward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing -2.78 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Groundnut Oil, Onion, Brinjal Cabbage, Carrot, Gourd, Palak, Peas, Potato, Tomato and other Vegetable items, Sugar etc. are responsible for the decrease in index. However, this was compensated to some extent by Housing Index and the prices of Rice, Wheat, Fish Fresh, Goat Meat, Poultry, Cooking Gas, Electricity Charges, Petrol etc. putting upward pressure on the index. 
The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 7.24 per cent for January, 2014, as compared to 9.13 per cent for the previous month and 11.62 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 8.94 per cent against 11.49 per cent of the previous month and 14.08 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Bhilwara recorded the highest decline of 8 points each followed by Kodarma (7 Points), Bokaro and Surat (6 Points each), Varanasi and Munger Jamalpur (5 Points each). Among others, 4 points decrease was registered in 8 centres, 3 points in 13 centres, 2 points in 12 centres and 1points in 9 centres. On the contrary, Amritsar and Quilon centres reported an increase of 4 points followed by Jharia (3 points). Among others, 2 points increase was observed in 6 centres and 1 point in 7 centres. Rest of the 14 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 38 centres are above All-India Index and other 39 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Bhilwara centre remained at par with all-India index.
The next index of CPI-IW for the month of February, 2014 will be released on Monday, 31 March, 2014. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureau.gov.in. 

AIRF Demanding Merger of 100% Dearness Allowance with Basic Pay

AIRF Demanding Merger of 100% Dearness Allowance with Basic Pay
All India Railwaymen's Federation publishes the press statement regarding the merger of Dearness allowance with basic pay. The federation demanding merger of 100% Dearness allowance with basic pay for all purposes with effect from 1.1.2014.
The text of the press release has been reproduced and given below for your information...
Press Release of AIRF on Merger of Dearness Allowance and Announcement of Dearness Allowance w.e.f 01.01.2014...

PRESS RELEASE 
New Delhi: February 21, 2014 - All India Railwaymen’s Federation(AIRF) has addressed the issue of merger of 100% Dearness Allowance with Basic Pay for all purposes w.e.f. 01.01.2014 to Hon’ble Prime Minister of India and the Finance Minister, Government of India, as Dearness Allowance will cross 100%. Unfortunately, there is no heed to this issue despite agitations at length over the Indian Railways by the AIRF.
It is also unfortunate that due 10% Dearness Allowance w.e.f. 1st, January, 2014 has still not been announced by the Government of India.
AIRF earnestly requests the Government of India to immediately announce Dearness Allowance w.e.f. 1st January, 2014 all along with merger of 100% Dearness Allowance with Basic Pay.
For General Secretary 
All India Railwaymen’s Federation
Source: AIRF

Expected DA from January 2014 - AICPIN for the month of December 2013 : All-India CPI-IW for December, 2013 declined by 4 points and pegged at 239 (two hundred and thirty nine).

 Expected DA from January 2014 - AICPIN for the month of December 2013 : All-India CPI-IW for December, 2013 declined by 4 points and pegged at 239 (two hundred and thirty nine).

As per the press release of Labour Bureau the Consumer Price Index(IW) fell down by four points from the existing level of 243 and now it stands at 239. However the percentage of additional dearness allowance for Central Government employees and Pensioners from January 2014 will be 10% and the total dearness allowance will become 100%.

The press release said that the percentage contribution of food group is declaimed by 4.96 and the inflation also downward pressure to 9.13 per cent against compare with the previous month of 11.47 per cent.

Most of the Central employees are excepted the index will go higher than three percent, because of the additional dearness allowance will climb to 11%.

But it happened in reverse direction, declined by four points. However the balance percentage will be added in the next dearness allowance calculation.

And now started to expect next installment of additional dearness allowance from July 2014. Although it is too early to predict, the percentage of additional DA from July 2014 will be minimum 7%.

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment

31-January-2014 18:25 IST


Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) December 2013

According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for December, 2013 declined by 4 points and pegged at 239(two hundred and thirty nine). On 1-month percentage change, it decreased by 1.65 per cent between November and December compared with the rise of 0.46 per cent between the same two months a year ago.

The largest downward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing -4.96 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Onion, Ginger, Chillies Green, Brinjal, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Peas, Tomato, Potato and other Vegetable items, Sugar etc. are responsible for the decrease in index. However, this was compensated to some extent by Fish Fresh, Eggs, Hen, Poultry, Milk, Pure Ghee, Garlic, Firewood, ESI Contribution, etc. putting upward pressure on the index.

The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 9.13 per cent for December, 2013, as compared to 11.47 per cent for the previous month and 11.17 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 11.49 per cent against 16.17 per cent of the previous month and 13.53 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.

At centre level, Giridih recorded the highest decline of 12 points each followed by Ahmedabad, Chhindwara, Varanasi, Munger, Jamalpur, Nagpur and Bhavnagar (10 points each).Jamshedpur (09 points), Rourkela, Ludhiana, Tripura and Angul Talcher (08 points each) Among others, 7 points decrease was registered in 9 centres, 6 points in 8 centres, 5 points in 11 centres, 4 points in 8 centres, 3 points in 7 centres, 2 points in 9 centres and 1 point in 7 centres. On the contrary, Sholapur centre reported an increase of 4 points followed by Puducherry (2 points), Coimbatore and Srinagar centres 1 point each. Rest of the 3 centres’ indices remained stationary.

The indices of 37 centres are above All-India Index and other 38 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Varanasi and Vijaywada centre remained at par with all-India index.

The next index of CPI-IW for the month of January, 2014 will be released on Friday, 28 February, 2014.

The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureau.gov.in.

Source: PIB News

Central D.A. for Jan'14 and Bank D.A. from Feb'14 will be known today (31.01.2014)

 Central D.A. for Jan'14 and Bank D.A. from Feb'14 will be known today (31.01.2014)

 With the scheduled release of AICPIN No. for December 2013 by Labour Bureau, the actual increase in Dearness Allowance for Central Govt. employees from 01.01.2014 and Bank employees from Feb to April 2014 can be calculated today. Usually the data is released in the evening. It is anticipated earlier that Central employees are going to get 10% increase and Bank employees to get 34 slabs hike in D.A.

As the central D.A. pattern is followed by most of the state Govt.s , everybody is waiting to know the final calculation.

Expected AICPIN for December 2013 – Expected DA Jan 2014

Expected AICPIN for December 2013 – Expected DA Jan 2014
‘Expected DA from Jan 2014′ will be an end and the last and final calculation is waiting for CPI(IW) December 2013. Consumer Price Index(IW) for the month of December 2013 will be announced today or tomorrow by the Labour Bureau.
All we know that AICPIN is the magic number for the calculation of Dearness allowance. Especially, this is the last factor to decided for the purpose of additional Dearness allowance to CG Employees and Pensioners from January 2014.

CPI(IW) Base Year 2001=100, if possible the index move from the existing level of 243 to 246 then the additional DA from Jan 2014 will be fixed at 11%. But, the chances are very less.
The All-India Consumer Price Index Numbers for Agricultural Labourers and Rural Labourers alos decreased by 12 points for the month of December 2013. Anyhow, certainly the additional Dearness allowance will be fixed at the level of 10%. So, the total Dearness allowance will become as 100%.
Finally the DA hits century..!
[http://7thpaycommissionnews.in/expected-aicpin-for-december-2013-expected-da-jan-2014/]

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - Additional DA from Jan 2014 likely to hike by 11%

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - Additional DA from Jan 2014 likely to hike by 11% 
The one more and another additional Dearness allowance to Central Government employees and Pensioners from Jan 2014 will be announced in the middle of March 2014.
This is too early and predict the enhancement in percentage of Dearness allowance with effect from January 2014. The prediction and announcement of this hike make us cool, that the additional DA will jump to 101% and another word, an additional DA would be 11%. 

But, still we have to wait for one more month, that the magic number of AICPIN would be increased by 3% and more..! From the existing level of the AICPIN is now 243, if it becomes 246 in end of December 2013, out prediction will be right…or otherwise certainly we would cross century in total Dearness allowance… 
The table describes the prediction of additional DA from Jan 2014…

Month Year AICPIN (IW) BY 2001=100 Points Increasing in AICPIN  Total Average App. DA DA
Jun 2013 231 3 2648 220.67 90.62 90
Jul 2013 235 4 2671 222.58 92.28
Aug 2013 237 2 2694 224.5 93.93
Sep 2013 238 1 2717 226.42 95.59
Oct 2013 241 3 2741 228.42 97.32
Nov 2013 243 2 2766 230.5 99.12
Dec 2013 Expected 246 3 2793 232.75 101.06 101

Source : www.7thpaycommissionnews.in
[http://7thpaycommissionnews.in/expected-da-from-jan-2014-additional-da-from-jan-2014-likely-to-hike-by-11/]

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of November 2013

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of November 2013
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) November 2013
According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for November, 2013 rose by 2 points and pegged at 243(two hundred and forty three). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.83 per cent between October and Novembert compared with 0.46 per cent between the same two months a year ago. 

The largest upward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing 2.23 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Wheat, Wheat Atta Milk, Pure Ghee, Garlic, Potato, Tomato and other vegetable items, Tea Readymade etc. are responsible for the rise in index. However, this was compensated to some extent by Groundnut Oil, Fish Fresh, Poultry, Onion, Ginger, Electric Charges, Medicine (Allopathic), Petrol, putting downward pressure on the index. 
The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 11.47 per cent for November, 2013, as compared to 11.06 per cent for the previous month and 9.55 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 16.17 per cent against 15.02 per cent of the previous month and 10.85 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Bokaro recorded the highest increase of 11 points each followed by Giridih, Kodarma and Angul-Talcher (9 points each), Munger-Jamalpur (8 points) and Rourkela, Sholapurand Raniganj (7 points each). Among others, 6 points rise was registered in 5 centres, 5 points in 5 centres, 4 points in 8 centres, 3 points in 15 centres, 2 points in 14 centres and 1 point in 12 centres. On the contrary, Surat centre reported a decline of 6 points followed by Amritsar, Bhavnagar and Vadodara (4 points each), Coonoor and Nagpur (2 points each) and Ahmedabad centre I point. Rest of the 4 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 40 centres are above All-India Index and other 38 centres’ indices are below national average. The index of Tiruchirapally centre remained at par with all-India index.
The next index of CPI-IW for the month of December, 2013 will be released on Thursday, 31 January, 2014. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureau.gov.in.

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of October 2013

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of October 2013
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) October 2013 
Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment 
29-November-2013 18:49 IST
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) October 2013 
According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for October, 2013 rose by 3 points and pegged at 241 (two hundred and forty one). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 1.26 per cent between September and October compared with 0.93 per cent between the same two months a year ago. 

The largest upward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing 2.53 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Wheat Atta, Fish Fresh, Goat Meat, Milk (Cow & Buffalo), Pure Ghee, Onion, Vegetable items, Tea Readymade, Electricity Charges, etc.. are responsible for the rise in index. However, this was compensated to some extent by Groundnut Oil, Ginger, Petrol, putting downward pressure on the index.
The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 11.06 per cent for October, 2013 as compared to 10.70 per cent for the previous month and 9.60 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 15.02 per cent against 13.36 per cent of the previous month and 9.91 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Bhavnagar recorded the highest increase of 9 points each followed by Ahmedabad, Labac Silchar and Kodarma (8 points each) and Vadodara and Surat (7 point each). Among others, 6 points rise was registered in 8 centres, 5 points in 10 centres, 4 points in 8 centres, 3 points in 9 centres, 2 points in 10 centres and 1 point in 11 centres. On the contrary, Belgaum and Chhindwada centres reported a decline of 3 points each followed by Mercara (2 points) and Salem, Hubli Dharwar and Puducherry (1 point each). Rest of the 15 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 39 centres are above All-India Index and other 38 centres’ indices are below national average. 
The next index of CPI-IW for the month of November, 2013 will be released on Tuesday, 31 December, 2013. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureau.gov.in. 

Expected IDA Increase From January 2014 for PSU Employees

 Expected IDA Increase From January 2014 for PSU Employees
 The Expected IDA w.e.f. 01-January-2014 may increased by 4.5% to 5.8% i.e upto from 90.0% to 91.3% depends upon the Average All India Consumer Price Index Number (Industrial Worker) of the months September-2013, October-2013 & November-2013.


The  AICPI of the months Sep'13, Oct'13 &Nov'13 will be declared on 31-October-2013 & 29-November-13 &31-December-2013 respectively. The  AICPI of the months Sep'13 & Oct'13 are 238 & 241 as it is declared on 31-October-2013 & 29-November-2013 respectively. Even if there is no increase in AICPI , there will be IDA Increase by 4.5%. The actual IDA will be declared on 31-December-2013.
AICPI of Sep'13: 238

AICPI of Oct'13: 241

Top 10 Projections:

S.N. Expected CPI of Nov'13 Avg. CPI Projected ProjectedIDA (%) Projected IDA Increase (%)
1 240 239.67 89.7 4.2
2 241 240 90 4.5
3 242 240.33 90.2 4.7
4 243 240.67 90.5 5
5 244 241 90.8 5.3
6 245 241.33 91 5.5
7 246 241.67 91.3 5.8
8 247 242 91.6 6.1
9 248 242.33 91.8 6.3
10 249 242.67 92.1 6.6

Source : www.idapsu.blogspot.in
[http://idapsu.blogspot.in/2013/07/expected-ida-from-october-2013.html]

Statement of Srikant Kumar Jena on Consumer Price Index

Statement of Srikant Kumar Jena on Consumer Price Index 

Press Information Bureau 
Government of India
Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation 
14-October-2013 17:31 IST
Statement of Srikant Kumar Jena on Consumer Price Index 
Shri Srikant Kumar Jena, Minister of State (Independent charge), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation announced the release of the monthly provisional Consumer Price Index (CPI) on Base 2010=100 along with annual inflation rates for September 2013, compiled by the Central Statistics Office. Final CPI numbers for the month of August 2013 have also been released. 

All India General (all groups) CPI numbers of September 2013 for rural, urban and combined are 137.8, 134.0 and 136.2 respectively.
Provisional annual inflation rate based on all India general CPI (Combined) for September 2013 on point to point basis (September 2013 over September 2012) is 9.84%. The corresponding inflation rates (provisional) for rural and urban areas are 9.71% and 9.93% respectively. Inflation rates (final) for rural, urban and combined for August 2013 are 8.93%, 10.32% and 9.52% respectively.
Provisional annual inflation rates of September 2013 for rural, urban and combined in respect of ‘food and beverages’ are 11.48%, 11.36% and 11.44% respectively.
Source: PIB News

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of September 2013

Expected DA from Jan 2014 - AICPIN for the month of September 2013
Consumer Price Index Numbers for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) September 2013
According to a press release issued by the Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour & Employment the All-India CPI-IW for September, 2013 rose by 1 points and pegged at 238 (two hundred and thirty eight). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.42 per cent between August and September compared with 0.47 per cent between the same two months a year ago.

The largest upward pressure to the change in current index came from Miscellaneous group contributing 0.44 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Arhar Dal, Goat Meat, Dairy Milk, Milk (Cow & Buffalo), Pure Ghee, Snack Saltish, Tea Leaves, Onion, Electricity Charges, Firewood, College Fee, Secondary School Fee, Petrol, Bus Fare, Tailoring Charges etc. are responsible for the rise in index. However, this was compensated to some extent by Wheat, Groundnut Oil, Mustard Oil, Poultry, Ginger, Vegetables and Fruit items, putting downward pressure on the index.
The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 10.70 per cent for September, 2013 as compared to 10.75 per cent for the previous month and 9.14 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 13.36 per cent against 13.91 per cent of the previous month and 11.00 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Labac Sichar recorded the highest increase of 9 points each followed by Varanasi and Vishakhapattnam (7 points each) and Bhilwara, Tripura and Darjeeling (6 points each). Among others, 5 points rise was registered in 3 centres, 4 points in 2 centres, 3 points in 7 centres, 2 points in 14 centres and 1 point in 15 centres. On the contrary, Goa reported a decline of 8 points followed by Godavarikhani (7 points), Bhavnagar (5 points) and Nagpur and Ahmedabad (4 points each). Among others 3 point decline was observed in 2 centres 1 point in 6 centres. Rest of the 15 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 39 centres are above All-India Index and other 38 centres indices are below national average. The index of Ajmer centre remained at par with all-India index.
The next index of CPI-IW for the month of October, 2013 will be released on Friday, 29 November, 2013. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureau.gov.in.
Source: PIB News

Expected DA From Jan 2014 - Possibility Of Increase Of DA By 11%

Expected DA From Jan 2014 - Possibility Of Increase Of DA By 11%
As per the present state DA has reached 90 %. At this juncture, Central Government Employees are eagerly waiting to know the percentage of increase in the month of Jan 2014. The DA increase in the month of Jan 2014 does have certain importance in it. Because when DA reaches 100%, there is a possibility of increase of certain allowances also simultaneously. 

As per the recent publication of AICPIN value, DA has reached the height of 93.93 % at present. During the coming four months, if the AICPIN value increases by 1point, there is a possibility of DA reaching the 100 % mark. Likewise, if the average becomes 2point, there is a chance of reaching 101 % as DA. During the ensuing four months, based on the value calculation of AICPIN, it would be possible to calculate DA accurately. Still, there is maximum possibility of increase of DA by 11 %      

EXPECTED DA FROM JAN 2014

IF AICPIN RISE ONE POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…

Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
Sep-13 238 2717 226.42 110.66 95.59
Oct-13 239 2739 228.25 112.49 97.17
Nov-13 240 2761 230.08 114.32 98.76
Dec-13 241 2783 231.92 116.16 100.34 100

IF AICPIN RISE TWO POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…

Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
Sep-13 239 2718 226.5 110.74 95.66
Oct-13 241 2742 228.5 112.74 97.39
Nov-13 243 2767 230.58 114.82 99.19
Dec-13 245 2793 232.75 116.99 101.06 101

IF AICPIN RISE THREE POINTS IN THE BALANCE MONTHS OF AICPIN…

Jun-13 231 2648 220.67 104.91 90.62 90
Jul-13 235 2671 222.58 106.82 92.28
Aug-13 237 2694 224.5 108.74 93.93
Sep-13 240 2719 226.58 110.82 95.73
Oct-13 243 2745 228.75 112.99 97.6
Nov-13 246 2773 231.08 115.32 99.62
Dec-13 249 2803 233.58 117.82 101.78 101

Source: www.7thpaycommissionnews.com
[http://www.7thpaycommissionnews.com/2013/10/expected-da-from-jan-2014-possibility.html]

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Cabinet Committee may decide on DA increase to Central Govt Employees and Pensioners tomorrow..

Cabinet Committee may decide on DA increase to Central Govt Employees and Pensioners tomorrow...
Centre set to hike DA of govt employees by 10%
Ahead of the festive season, the UPA government is set to hike the dearness allowance (DA) of its employees by 10%, a move that will benefit almost 8 million people by boosting their purchasing power. 
The Union cabinet will consider a proposal on the raising the allowance, which is a proportion of basic pay, at its meeting on Friday.

In what can be seen as major sop for a large section of aam aadmi, this will be the second DA hike in a financial year. More importantly, also ahead of the 2014 general elections.
The Centre’s decision will not only directly benefit 5 million employees and 3 million pensioners, but also help infuse more money into the economy.
Top government sources said the new DA rates would be applicable from July 1.
The sources further said the exact amount of DA, as a proportion of basic pay, works out to over 90% after factoring in the revised All-India Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) for June.
According to revised data released on August 30, retail inflation for factory workers for June stood at 11.63%, higher than the provisional estimate of 11.06% for the month released on July 31.
The double-digit hike in DA would come after three years. It was last in September, 2010, that the government had announced a hike of 10%.
The DA was hiked to 80% from 72% in April 2013, effective from January 1, this year.
As per practice, the government uses CPI-IW data for past 12 months or a year to arrive at a number for the purpose of any DA hike. Thus, the retail inflation for industrial workers between July 2012 and June 2013 will be used to take a final decision.
(With inputs from PTI)

CALCULATION OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2013

CALCULATION OF DEARNESS ALLOWANCE FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 2013 

Expected DA from Jan 2014 :- Calculation of Dearness allowance for Central Govt Employees and Pensioners for the month of July, 2013, after releasing the AICPIN for July by the Labour Bureau...

The below table denotes how to calculate the Dearness allowance with All India Consumer Price Index as per the norms recommended by 6th CPC...


Month
Year
Base Year
2001=100
Total
Average
App. DA
DA
May
2008
139
1613
--
--
--
June
2008
140
1623
135.25
16.84
16
July
2008
143
1634
--
--
--
Aug
2008
145
1646
--
--
--
Sep
2008
146
1659
--
--
--
Oct
2008
148
1673
--
--
--
Nov
2008
148
1687
--
--
--
Dec
2008
147
1700
141.67
22.38
22
Jan
2009
148
1714
--
--
--
Feb
2009
148
1727
--
--
--
Mar
2009
148
1738
--
--
--
Apr
2009
150
1750
--
--
--
May
2009
151
1762
--
--
--
June
2009
153
1775
147.92
27.78
27
July
2009
160
1792
149.33
29.00
---
Aug
2009
162
1809
150.75
30.23
---
Sep
2009
163
1826
152.17
31.45
---
Oct
2009
165
1843
153.58
32.67
---
Nov
2009
168
1863
155.25
34.11
---
Dec
2009
169
1885
157.08
35.70
35
Jan
2010
172
1909
159.08
37.42
---
Feb
2010
170
1931
160.92
39.01
---
Mar
2010
170
1953
162.75
40.59
---
Apr
2010
170
1973
164.42
42.03
---
May
2010
172
1994
166.17
43.54
---
Jun
2010
174
2015
167.92
40.05
45
July
2010
178
2033
169.42
46.35
---
August
2010
178
2049
170.75
47.50
---
Sep
2010
179
2065
172.08
48.65
---
Oct
2010
181
2081
173.42
49.81
---
Nov
2010
182
2095
174.58
50.81
---
Dec
2010
185
2111
175.92
51.97
51
Jan
2011
188
2127
177.25
53.12
---
Feb
2011
185
2142
178.50
54.20
---
Mar
2011
185
2157
179.75
55.28
---
Apr
2011
186
2173
181.08
56.43
---
May
2011
187
2188
182.33
57.51
---
Jun
2011
189
2203
183.58
58.59
58
July
2011
193
2218
184.83
59.67
---
August
2011
194
2234
186.17
60.82
---
Sep
2011
197
2252
187.67
62.12
---
Oct
2011
198
2269
189.08
63.34
---
Nov
2011
199
2286
190.50
64.56
---
Dec
2011
197
2298
191.50
65.43
65
Jan
2012
198
2308
192.33
66.15
---
Feb
2012
199
2322
193.50
67.15
---
Mar
2012
201
2338
194.83
68.31
---
Apr
2012
205
2357
196.42
69.67
---
May
2012
206
2376
198.00
71.04
---
Jun
2012
208
2395
199.58
72.41
72
Jul
2012
212
2414
201.17
73.78
---
August
2012
214
2434
202.83
75.22
---
Sep
2012
215
2452
204.33
76.51
---
Oct
2012
217
2471
205.92
77.88
---
Nov
2012
218
2490
207.50
79.25
---
Dec
2012
219
2512
209.33
80.83
80
Jan
2013
221
2535
211.25
82.49
---
Feb
2013
223
2559
213.25
84.22
---
Mar
2013
224
2582
215.17
85.87
---
Apr
2013
226
2603
216.92
87.38
---
May
2013
228
2625
218.75
88.97
---
Jun
2013
231
2648
220.67
90.62
90
Jul
2013
235
2671
222.58
92.28

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