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Expected DA January 2020 - Expected to increase by 4% from 17% to 21% and by 9% increase in 6th CPC DA


Expected DA January 2020 - Expected to increase by 4% from 17% to 21% and by 9% increase in 6th CPC DA

Expected DA January 2020


All India Consumer Price (Industrial Workers) Index Number [ CPI(IW) ] released by the Labor Bureau for October 2019. CPI-IW increased by 3 points to 325 (three hundred and twenty-five) for October 2019.

And with this increase in AICPIN, the Central Government Employees and Pensioners are expected to increase their Dearness Allowance Dearness Relief by 4 percent with effect from January 2020 in the 7th CPC Pay structure, thus the current 17 percent rate is projected to be 21 percent from January 2020.

On the other hand, employees who draw their salaries in the pre-revised 6th CPC pay structure will receive a 9% rise in the Dearness Allowance w.e.f. in January 2020 at 173%, which is currently 164%.

Also check: Expected DA January 2020 - Dearness Allowance calculation’s 3rd stage is over!

Detailed calculation of DA from January 2020 to 21% in 7th CPC & 173% in 6th CPC pay structure with AICPIN of October 2019 is provided in the table below. The calculation table shows 4 scenarios below:-

1st Scenario
Minimum aggregate decline of 4 points from November & December 2019 ACPIN will lower the January 2020 DA / DR forecasts to 20%.

2nd Scenario
In November & December 2019, ACPIN confirms DA / DR by 21 percent in January 2020

3rd Scenario
From a cumulative rise of at least 12 points through November & December 2019, ACPIN is increasing the probability of 6th CPC January 2020 DA to 174%

4th Scenario
A cumulative increase of at least 18 points from November & December 2019 will require ACPIN to increase DA / DR expectations from 21% to 22% from January 2020

Expected Dearness Allowance January 2020

Expectation Increase/ Decrease in Index Month Base Year 2001 = 100 Total of 12 Months Twelve Monthly Average % Increase Over 115.76 For 6 CPC DA % Increase Over 261.42 For 7 CPC DA 6CPC DA announced and expected 7CPC DA announced and expected
Dearness Allowance/ Relief from July- 2019 164% 17%

3 Jul,19 319 3691 307.58 165.71% 17.66% 9 points increase in last 4 months ACPIN

1 Aug,19 320 3710 309.17 167.08% 18.26%

2 Sep,19 322 3731 310.92 168.59% 18.93%

3 Oct,19 325 3754 312.83 170.24% 19.67%
1st Scenario -2 Nov,19 323 3775 314.58 171.75% 20.34% 4 points decrease in next two months
-2 Dec,19 321 3795 316.25 173.19% 20.97%
Expected DA/DR from January-2020 173% 20%
2nd Scenario
Nov,19 325 3777 314.75 171.90% 20.40% No increase/ decrease in next 2 months

Dec,19 325 3801 316.75 173.63% 21.17%
Expected DA/DR from January-2020 173% 21%
3rd Scenario 6 Nov,19 331 3783 315.25 172.33% 20.59% 12 points increase in next two months
6 Dec,19 337 3819 318.25 174.92% 21.74%
Expected DA/DR from January-2020 174% 21%
4th Scenario 9 Nov,19 334 3786 315.50 172.55% 20.69% 18 points increase in next two months
9 Dec,19 343 3828 319.00 175.57% 22.03%
Expected DA/DR from January-2020 175% 22%
7th CPC Dearness Allowance / Dearness Relief w.e.f. January 2020, from 17% to 21%, is expected to increase by 4%.
6th CPC Dearness Allowance / Dearness Relief w.e.f. January 2020, from 164% to 173%, is expected to increase by 9%.

7th CPC Special Allowance / Qualification Pay for Accounts cadre

Department has considered the proposal to revise the rates of Special Allowance and Qualification Pay for Account Cadres

7th CPC Special Allowance for Accounts cadre


No.11-1/2016/7th CPC/Part.II (B)
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF FINANCE
DEPARTMENT OF EXPENDITURE
(7th CPC matters)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 14th Nov, 2019
OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Admissibility of Special Allowance / Qualification Pay for Accounts cadre - revision of rates as per 7th CPC

The proposal regarding revision of rates of Special Allowance/ Qualification Pay to accounts cadre has been considered in this Department. In accordance with the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission and as approved by the Government, it is agreed to revise the rates of Special Allowance and Qualification Pay for the Accounts Cadre of the following Organizations, as under:



Sl.NoCadre/ OrganizationRevised rates of Special AllowanceRevised rates of qualification pay
iOffice of C&AG of IndiaRs.360/- pm for 1st year and
@Rs.630/- pm for 2nd year
Rs.270/- pm
iiOffice of CGARs.360/- pm for 1st year and
@ Rs.630/- pm for 2nd year
Rs.270/- pm
iiiOffice of CGDARs.360/- pm for 1st year and
@Rs.630/- pm for 2nd year
NA
ivIPTAFSNARs.270/- pm

2. This issues with the approval of Hon'ble Finance Minister.

Also check: Implementation of the recommendations of 7th Central Pay Commission - Grant of Special Compensatory Allowances subsumed under Tough Location Allowance

(Abhay N.Sahay)
Under Secretary
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7th CPC Special Allowance for Accounts cadre


GDS charge sheet under Rule 10 for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak Rules 2011

GDS charge sheet under Rule 10 for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak Rules 2011

"Follow strictly the standard format while issuing of Charge sheet to GDS"

No.17-40/2019-GDS
Government of India
Ministry of Communications
Department of Posts
(GDS Section)

Dak Bhawan, Sansad Marg,
New Delhi - 110001
Dated: 21.11.2019

To

All Chief Postmasters General/ Postmasters General
The General Manager CEPT Mysuru / Hyderabad
The General Manager Finance/ DA(P)s
The Director PTCs Saharanpur/ Darbhanga/ Guwahati/ Vadodara/ Mysuru/ Madurai.

Subject : Standard format for issue of charge sheet under Rule -10 to GDS for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rules-2011 amended from time to time.

The undersigned is directed to refer to Rule 10 of GDS regarding procedure for imposing of penalties specified in Rule 9 of GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rule.

2. The Competent Authority has approved the following separate Standard Format for issue of charge sheet under Rule -10 to GDS for imposing of Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rule:-

Also check: GDS: Maximum 5 Days Emergency Leave for Gramin Dak Sevaks

(i) Standard form of charge sheet for Minor Penalties to GDS
(Under Rule 10 A of GDS Conduct & Engagement Rule)

No. …………………
Government of India
Ministry / Office of

Dated ……………

Place of issue ……………..

MEMORANDUM

Shri/ Smt /Ms …………… (Category)…………… (BO/ Departmental /RMS Office in which working) ……………………………… is hereby informed that it is proposed to take action against him/her under Rule 10A of Gramin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rule, 2011 amended from time to time. A statement of the imputation of misconduct or misbehavior on which action is proposed to be taken as mentioned above is enclosed.

2. Shri /Smt / Ms ……………… is hereby given an opportunity to make such representation as he/she may wish to make against the proposal.

3. If Shri /Smt/ Ms …………. fails to submit his/her representation within 10 days of the receipt of this Memorandum , it will be presumed that he /she has no representation to make and orders will be liable to be passed against Shri…………… ex-parte.

4. The receipt of this Memorandum should be acknowledged by Shri/ Smt/ Ms ……………

(By order ………… )

Signature
Name and designation of the Competent authority

To

Shri/ Smt/ Ms ………………

(ii) Standard form for initiation of Minor Penalty proceedings (in case where disciplinary authority decides to hold the inquiry) (Under Rule lOA of GDS Conduct & Engagement Rule)

No. ……………………
Government of India
Ministry /Office of

Dated ……………

MEMORANDUM

In continuation of Memorandum No……………. dated………. Issued under Rule 10A of the Gramin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011 amended from time to time, the undersigned is of the opinion that, it is necessary to hold an inquiry against Shri/ Smt/ Ms ………….. under clause 10E of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement ) Rules, 2011. The substance of the imputation of misconduct or misbehavior in respect of which the inquiry is proposed to be held is set out in the enclosed statements of article of charge (Annexure-I). A statement of the imputation of misconduct or misbehavior in support of each article of charge is enclosed (Annexure-II). A list of documents by which and a list of witnesses by whom the articles of charges are proposed to be sustained are also enclosed (Annexures-III and IV).

2. Shri/ Smt/ Ms …………… is directed to submit within ten days of the receipt of this Memorandum a written statement of his/her defence and also to state whether he/she desires to be heard in person .

3. He/ She is informed that an inquiry will be held only in respect of those articles of charge as are not admitted. He/She should, therefore, specifically admit or deny each article of charge.

4. Shri/ Smt/ Ms ……………….. is further informed that if he/she does not submit his/her written statement of defence on or before the date specified in Para 2 above, or does not appear in person before Inquiring Authorities or otherwise fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of Rule 10A & 10B of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011 or the orders/directions issued in pursuance of the said Rule, the Inquiring Authority may hold the inquiry against him/her ex- parte.

5. Attention of Shri/ Smt/ Ms …………… is invited to Rule 29 of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011, under which no Sevak shall bring or attempt to bring any political or other outside influence to bear upon any superior authority to further his/her interests in respect of matters pertaining to his/her engagement under the Government. If any representation is received on his/her behalf from another person in respect of any matter dealt with in these proceedings, it will be presumed that Shri/ Smt/ Ms …………… is aware of such a representation and that it has been made at his/her instance and action will be taken against him/ her for violation of Rule 29 of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011.

6. The receipt of this Memorandum may be acknowledged.

(By order ……… )

Signature ………………
Name and designation of the Competent authority

(ii) Standard form of Charge sheet for Major Penalties
(Under Rule 10 B of GDS Conduct & Engagement Rule)

No. ……………………
Government of India
Ministry /Office of

Dated …………

MEMORANDUM

The undersigned proposes to hold an inquiry against Shri/ Smt/ Ms ………… under Rule 10B (major penalties) of the Gramin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011. The substance of imputations of misconduct or misbehavior in respect of which the inquiry is proposed to be held is set out in the enclosed statement of articles of charge (Annexure-I). A statement of the imputations of misconduct or misbehavior in support of each article of charge is enclosed (Annexure-II). A list of documents by which, and a list of witnesses by whom, the articles of charge are proposed to be sustained are also enclosed (Annexures -III and IV).

2. Shri/ Smt/ Ms ……………. is directed to submit within 10 days of the receipt of this Memorandum a written statement of his/ her defence and also to state whether he/she desires to be heard in person .

3. He/ She is informed that an inquiry will be held only in respect of those articles of charge as are not admitted. He/She should, therefore specifically admit or deny each article of charge.

4. Shri/ Smt/ Ms …………… is further informed that if he/she does not submit his/her written statement of defence on or before the date specified in Para 2 above, or does not appear in person before the inquiring authority or otherwise fails or refuses to comply with the provisions of Rule 10B (Major penalties) of the Gramin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011, or the orders /directions issued in pursuance of the said rule, the inquiring authority may hold the inquiry against him/her ex parte.

5. Attention of Shri/ Smt/ Ms ……………….. is invited to Rule 29 of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011, under which no Sevak shall bring or attempt to bring any political or outside influence to bear upon any superior authority to further his/her interest in respect of matters pertaining to his/her engagement under the Government. If any representation is received on his/her behalf from another person in respect of any matter dealt with in these proceedings, it will be presumed that Shri/Smt/Ms is aware of such a representation and that it has been made at his/her instance and action will be taken against him/her for violation of Rule 29 of the GDS (Conduct and Engagement) Rules, 2011.

6. The receipt of this Memorandum may be acknowledged.

(By order ……………………… )

Signature

Name and designation of the Competent authority

3. The above prescribed separate Standard Format for issue of charge sheet under Rule -10 to Gramin Dak Sevak for imposing Minor and Major Penalties specified in Rule 9 of Garmin Dak Sevak (Conduct and Engagement )Rules-2011 may be circulated to all concerned. The concerned disciplinary authorities to ensure to follow strictly the standard format while issuing of Charge sheet to GDS.

4. Hindi version will follow.

(SB Vyavahare)
Assistant Director General (GDS/ PCC)

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