These employees will benefit
7th Pay Commission: The government has given a big gift to All India Service officers posted in the Union Territory of Ladakh. To provide financial relief, the Center has announced a special allowance under additional monetary incentives.
The 7th pay commission matrix will change
After this move of the Center, AIS officers posted in Ladakh will get additional due special allowance and special duty allowance of 20 percent and 10 percent of their basic salary. After this announcement of the Central Government, the matrix of 7th Pay Commission (7th Pay Commission) of AIS officers posted in Ladakh is going to change. Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has already issued Office Memorandum (OM) in this regard.
DA benefits to be restored from July 1Significantly, the central government had also announced DA reinstatement for 52 lakh employees. According to the government’s announcement, from 1 July 2021, DA benefits of central government employees are going to be restored. Finance Ministry Anurag Thakur had given information in this regard in the Rajya Sabha last month. According to the All India Consumer Price Index (AICPI) data release, between January and June 2021, at least DA can be increased by 4 per cent.
Know how much salary will increase
After the reinstatement of DA, the DA of central employees can increase from 17 per cent to 28 per cent. This includes a 3 percent increase in DA from January to June 2020, a 4 percent increase from July to December 2020, and a 4 percent increase from January to June 2021.
How is salary calculated?
According to the rules of the Seventh Pay Commission, the salary of a central government employee is divided into three parts – basic salary, allowances and deductions. Net CTC is a central government employee who is the 7th CPC fitment factor and the sum of basic pay multiplied by all allowances. However, net salary is the difference between net CTC and deductibles like PF contribution, gratuity, etc.