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New DA Calculation after Gazzette Notification

DA CALCULATION SHEET WITH INPUTS OF CPI(I-W) BASE YEAR 2001=100

We are proud to be the first to formulate the DA Table. 

We are aware of the fact that a number of you are very keen on learning how to calculate the Dearness Allowance. Hence, we created this table. At a stage, we ourselves were surprised by the response that it had received. Let us see, in detail, how DA is calculated. The calculations are very easy.  First is the month. Then comes the CPI (IW) Base Year 2001=100 and the relevant data. In the next column, you have the sum total of all the 12 months, i.e., the total of the declared AIPCIN numbers for the past 12 months. Next comes the division of the sum total by 12.

The next step is the most crucial one. You will have to find out by how much it exceeds 115.76. You will have to calculate the excess as percentage of 115.76.

(12 Monthly Average) – 115.76
-----------------------------------    X 100  =  Percentage increase in prices (ignore decimals)
                     115.76

And now, 7th CPC Implemented and the formula has been revised as under...

(12 Monthly Average) – 261.42
-----------------------------------    X 100  =  Percentage increase in prices (ignore decimals)
                     261.42
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10 comments:

  1. expected DA is 35% wef 01-01-2010

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  2. 35% DA is confirmed because Bharatiya reserve bank note mudran ltd has given DA from 01.01.2010

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  3. DEAR SIR,

    AS FAR AS MY KNOWLEDGE OF MATHEMATICS IS CONCERNED,2.76 CAN NOT BE EQUAL TO 2 WHAT EVER ROUNDING OFF PROCEDURE IS USED , IT CAN BE EITHER 2.8 OR 3 BUT IT CAN NOT BE 2 , SAME IS THE CASE WITH 9.63\12.94 AND16.83. WHICH BRANCH OF MATHEMATICS CENTRAL GOVT IS USING TO ARRIVE AT 2\9\12 AND 16, I AM NOT ABLE TO UNDERSTAND

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  4. Harshad Girdharlal MandaniMarch 4, 2010 at 4:17 PM

    For above comments we have to learn priciplas of economics from the ministry of Finance an from Hon. Finance Ministrs. The Govt. for not incurrying more expenditure have adopted this type mathodMinistry have already ordered to round up to next ruppy in case of payment of Pension and DA.

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  5. CAN ANY BODY EXPLAIN HOW ANY CENTRAL GOVT WHO IS SUPPOSED TO BE IDEAL EMPLOYER CAN GIVE LESS THEN DUE PAYMENT TO ANY OF HIS EMPLOYEES. NORMALLY IT IS THE OTHER WAY ROUND FOR PRIVATE EMPLOYERS AS PER EXISTING LABOUR LAWS i.e. Private employers can pay more than what is due to their employees but in no case they are allowed to pay less then due to their employees as per the existing labour law.

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  6. I RETIRED FROM POSTAL SERVICE ON 1983,CAN I HAVE ANY CHANCE TO GET THE REVISED PENSION.THE ACCOUNTS OFFICER ,POSTAL SERVICES,TOLD ME THAT ,THE NEW PENSION SCHEME WILL NOT AFFECTS POSTAL DEPARTMENT.CAN ANY BODY HELP ME.
    S.RAVINDRAN

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