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DA Orders

Dearness Allowance Rates (DA Rates)

Effective Date
Percentage of DA
Order Relies Date
Orders
01.01.1996
No DA
03.10.1997
01.07.1996
4%
03.10.1997
01.01.1997
8%
03.10.1997
01.07.1997
13%
03.10.1997
01.01.1998
16%
13.04.1998
01.07.1998
22%
15.09.1998
01.01.1999
32%
13.04.1999
01.07.1999
37%
14.09.1999
01.01.2000
38%
05.04.2000
01.07.2000
41%
26.09.2000
01.01.2001
43%
04.04.2001
01.07.2001
45%
21.09.2001
01.01.2002
49%
20.03.2002
01.07.2002
52%
30.10.2002
01.01.2003
55%
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 -
01.07.2003
59%
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 -
01.01.2004
61%
 -
 -
01.04.2004
50% DA merge
01.03.2004

The Central Government had merged 50% of the Dearness Allowance (DA) with the basic pay w.e.f. 01.04.2004 and the Dearness Allowance continued to be calculated with reference to the AICPI (IW) average as on 1st January, 1996 of 306.33 without changing the index base consequent to the merger. Accordingly, Dearness Allowance (DA) at following rates were sanctioned from 01.07.2004 till 01.07.2007.

Effective Date
Percentage of DA
Order Relies Date
Orders
01.07.2004
14%
22.09.2004
01.01.2005
17%
31.03.2005
01.07.2005
21%
07.10.2005
01.01.2006
24%
29.03.2006
01.07.2006
29%
11.09.2006
01.01.2007
35%
22.03.2007
01.07.2007
41%
11.09.2007
01.01.2008
47%
17.03.2008
01.07.2008
54%
03.10.2008

The Central Government on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission had decided that the Dearness Allowance (DA) admissible to all categories of Central Government employees shall be at the following rates.


Effective Date
Percentage of DA
Order Relies Date
Orders
01.01.2006
No DA
29.08.2008
01.07.2006
2%
29.08.2008
01.01.2007
6%
29.08.2008
01.07.2007
9%
29.08.2008
01.01.2008
12%
29.08.2008
01.07.2008
16%
29.08.2008
01.01.2009
22%
13.03.2009
01.07.2009
27%
18.09.2009
01.01.2010
35%
26.03.2010
01.07.2010
45%
22.09.2010
01.01.2011
51%
24.03.2011
01.07.2011
58%
03.10.2011
01.01.2012
65%
03.04.2012
01.07.2012
72%
28.09.2012
01.01.2013
80%
25.04.2013
01.07.2013
90%
25.09.2013
01.01.2014
100%
27.03.2014
01.07.2014
107%
18.09.2014

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