Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023 @ 42% CPI-IW for October, 2022 released

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Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023 @ 42% CPI-IW for October, 2022 released

Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023 @ 42% जनवरी, 2023 से DA/DR में 4 प्रतिशत की वृद्धि के साथ 42 प्रतिशत तय – CPI-IW for October, 2022 released

The All-India CPI-IW for October, 2022 increased by 1.2 points and stood at 132.5 (one hundred thirty two point five) as per the press release by Labour Bureau. Expected DA/DR from January, 2023 accounts now moved in 2nd last step with this release.  This increase in CPI-IW is showing 4% confirm increase in DA/DR from January, 2023 i.r.o. Central Govt Employees and Pensioners and reaching at 42% in 7th CPC DA/DR.  CPI-IW index of next month will confirm the exact figure of DA/DR of Jan, 2023.

श्रम ब्यूरो द्वारा दिनांक 30  नवंबर 2022 को जारी प्रेस विज्ञप्ति के अनुसार अक्टूबर, 2022 के लिए अखिल भारतीय सीपीआई-आईडब्ल्यू 1.2 अंकों की वृद्धि के साथ 132.5 (एक सौ बत्तीस दशमलव पांच) पर रहा। जनवरी, 2023 से अपेक्षित डीए/डीआर इस रिलीज के साथ तीसरे चरण में प्रवेश कर गया। CPI-IW में हुई इस वृद्धि के बाद केन्‍द्रीय सरकार के कर्मचारियों एवं पेंशनरों को मिलने वाले DA/DR में 4 प्रतिशत की वृद्धि के साथ 42 प्रतिशत तय दिख रही है।

The DA/DR from Jan, 2023 table is as follows  निम्‍नलिखित तालिका से समझते हैं कि जनवरी, 2023 से डीए/डीआर की क्‍या दर होगी:-

Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023

Issue of All-India CPI-IW for October, 2022
table by Staffnews.in

Increase/ Decrease Index Month Base Year 2016 = 100 Base Year 2001 = 100 Total of 12 Months Twelve monthly Average % increase over 115.76 for 6CPC DA % increase over 261.42 for 7CPC DA 6CPC DA announced or will be announced 7CPC DA announced or will be announced
-0.3 Jan,22 125.1 360 4236 353.00 204.94% 35.03% 203% 34%
-0.1 Feb,22 125.0 360 4253 354.42 206.17% 35.57%
1 Mar,22 126.0 363 4272 356.00 207.53% 36.18%
1.7 Apr,22 127.7 368 4294 357.83 209.12% 36.88%
1.3 May,22 127.7 372 4319 359.92 210.92% 37.68%
0.2 Jun,22 129.2 372 4341 361.75 212.50% 38.38%

DA/DR from July, 2022

212% 38%
0.7 Jul,22 129.9 374 4361 363.42 213.94% 39.02%
0.3 Aug,22 130.2 375 4382 365.17 215.45% 39.69%
1.1 Sep,22 131.3 378 4405 367.08 217.11% 40.42%
1.2 Oct,22 132.5 382 4427 368.92 218.69% 41.12%
0 Nov,22 132.5 382 4447 370.58 220.13% 41.76%
0 Dec,22 132.5 382 4468 372.33 221.64% 42.43%

Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023

221% 42%

Previous: Expected DA/DR from Jan, 2023 @ 42% – CPI-IW for September, 2022 released

Press release dated 30.11.2022 by Labour Bureau:-

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
LABOUR BUREAU

‘CLEREMONT’, SHIMLA-171004.
DATED: 30 Nov, 2022

F.No. 5/1/2021-CPI

Press Release

Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (2016=100) — October, 2022

The Labour Bureau, an attached office of the Ministry Labour and Employment, has been compiling Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers every month on the basis of retail prices collected from 317 markets spread over 88 industrially important centres in the country. The index is compiled for 88 centres and All-India and is released on the last working day of succeeding month. The index for the month of October, 2022 was released today.

The All-India CPI-IW for October, 2022 increased by 1.2 points and stood at 132.5 (one hundred thirty two point five). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by 0.91 per cent with respect to previous month compared to an increase of 1.30 per cent recorded between corresponding months a year ago.

The maximum upward pressure in current index came from Food & Beverages group contributing 0.76 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Rice, Wheat, Wheat Atta, Buffalo Milk, Poultry/Chicken, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Onion, Potato, Tomato, Peas, Chillies dry, Biscuits, Vada, Idli, Dosa, Cooked Meals, Tea cup, Doctor’s fee etc. are responsible for the rise in index. However, this increase was largely checked by Apple, Banana, Fish fresh, Palm Oil, Mustard oil, Cotton seed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Chillies Green, Brinjal, Orange, French Bean, Electricity Domestic etc. putting downward pressure on the index.

At centre level, Ludhiana recorded a maximum increase of 3.6 points. Among others, 4 centres recorded increase between 3 to 3.4 points, 14 centres between 2 to 2.9 points, 29 centres between 1 to 1.9 points and 25 centres between 0.1 to 0.9 points. On the contrary, Doom-Dooma Tinsukia and Haldia recorded a maximum decrease of 1.3 points each. Among others, 2 centers recorded decrease between 1 to 1.2 points, 8 centres between 0.1 to 0.9 points. Rest of three centers index remained stationary.

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  • Avay Kumar Jha 2 months ago

    What about 18 months DA and review of OROP in DECEMBER 2022