7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix Calculator: Lakhs of central employees and pensioners are going to get a tremendous gift from the Modi government of the Center. The festive season is going on in the country, in this month those who were waiting for their dearness allowance to increase, they are going to get great news soon. The central government can increase your salary on this Navratri (Navratri 2022).
28 will get a gift
After 17 days from today, on September 28, 2022, increased money can come in your account. Navratri would have started at that time. Also, after the second Navratri, the government is going to open its treasury for central employees and pensioners. A decision on increasing Dearness Allowance (DA Hike) can be taken in the cabinet meeting to be held on September 28 under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
how much will the salary increase
According to the All-India Consumer Price Index, after the increase in dearness allowance, the salary of employees can increase strongly. Your salary will increase according to your pay scale. If your basic pay is Rs 18000 then your salary will increase by Rs 6840 annually. The impact of this decision of the central government will be on 47 lakh employees and 68 lakh pensioners.
Will get 38 percent DA
There is a possibility that the central government can announce 4 percent in DA. After this, the dearness allowance of the employees will increase from 34 to 38 percent. Employees are going to get the benefit of increased dearness allowance in the salary of September. It is known that if the increased DA will be applicable from July 1, 2022, then the employees will get the outstanding 2 months money as arrears.
no announcement made
According to sources, it is believed that on September 28, the central government may increase the DA. No official announcement has been made about it yet.
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