Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: In keeping with the Central Government’s pay increase, numerous states announced DA increases for their respective state government employees over the Diwali season. While some states declared a 3% DA increase, others offered a 4% DA increase for their personnel. Check here to see how much these government officials’ salaries have lately grown.
Arunachal increases DA by 4%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: The Arunachal Pradesh government increased Dearness Allowance (DA) and Dearness Relief (DR) for state government employees and pensioners by 4% last week. Chief Minister Pema Khandu made the statement on X.
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: Notably, the DA and DR have been raised from 42% to 46% with effect from July 1. “From July 1, 2023, to October 31, 2023, all DA and DR arrears shall be paid in cash.” “Happy Diwali to all,” the chief minister stated in a statement. The cost of DA and DR allowances would be paid from existing budget resources, according to Arunachal Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein.
Chandigarh Increases DA by 4%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: The Chandigarh UT administration enhanced the dearness allowance (DA) for government and Chandigarh administration employees by 4% during Diwali to bring seasonal pleasure to the staff. The current rise will raise the DA from 42% to 46%, benefiting around 20,000 employees.
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: According to the UT finance department, the UT administrator is pleased to adopt the order dated October 20 issued by the Government of India to increase the rates of DA from 42% to 46% of basic pay in favor of IAS/IPS/IFS/DANICS/DANIPS officers and other central government employees working in the Chandigarh administration, with effect from July 1.
Karnataka Increases DA by 3.75%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: Similarly, the Karnataka government proposed a 3.75 percent increase in Dearness Allowance (DA) for state government employees. Pensioners are also affected by the increase. The state administration announced that the dearness allowance will be increased from 35% to 387.5%. The Karnataka government also declared that professors on the UGC/AICTE/ICAR scale, as well as judicial officers, will get a 4% increase in their DA.
Tamil Nadu Increases DA by 4%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: During the Diwali season, the Tamil Nadu government approved a 4% increase in DA. The Tamil Nadu government announced on Wednesday a 4% rise in DA (Dearness Allowance) for State government workers, teachers, and pensioners, effective July 1 of this year. Notably, the DA has been raised from 42 to 46 percent. This DA rise is in conformity with the established methodology, which is based on the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations.
Assam Increases DA by 4%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: The Assam government granted a 4% rise in Dearness Allowance (DA) for state government employees last week, bringing their total DA to 46%. The most recent increase will take effect on December 1. According to the Assam government, arrears from July 2023 to November 2023 would be paid in two equal installments, the first in December and the second in April 2024.
Uttar Pradesh Increases DA by 4%
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: As a Diwali present, the Uttar Pradesh government increased the dearness allowance (DA) for state government employees and retirees by 4%. The DA was raised from 42 to 46% as a result, according to a statement from the chief minister’s office.
Today’s 7th Pay Commission News: On the X, which used to be Twitter, the Chief Minister stated “Dearness allowance at the rate of 46% of the basic salary will be provided to all state government employees, urban bodies, UGC employees, work-charged employees, pensioners, assisted educational and technical educational institutions, and those who are making contributions to Uttar Pradesh’s advancement.”