We all know that all central government employees are eagerly waiting for the implementation of seventh CPC recommendation. Almost everyday newspapers and seventh CPC related websites are publishing news on seventh cpc. One famous daily published that central employees will get a salary hike in august. We also hope to get the same.
What is the minimum salary? 18000 or 21000 or 24000. This is the question raised by all the employees.
Only after 7th cpc implemented we will be getting the exact answer.
At the same time, new seventh cpc DA will get full shape in few months. In the last working day of july, we will be coming to know the exact DA of july 2016, with the help of AICPIN and DA formula which was used to calculate da since 2006.
Seventh cpc did not make any changes in da formula. NCJCM, the most powerful body of central employees did not demand any changes in the formula. So one of the favourite allowance will come to effect from july 2016 to make the employees happy . Always first is preferable, so first seventh cpc da is also preferable to all central government employees.
View the AICPIN April 2016 press release below
No. 5/112016- CPI
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
DATED: 31st May, 2016
Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers (CPI-IW) — April, 2016
The All-India CPI-IW for April, 2016 increased by 3 points and pegged at 271 (two hundred and seventy one). On 1-month percentage change, it increased by (+) 1.12 per cent between March, 2016 and April, 2016 when compared with the increase of (+) 0.79 per cent between the same two months a year ago.
The maximum upward pressure to the change in current index came from Food group contributing (+) 2.65 percentage points to the total change. At item level, Wheat, Arhar Dal, Gram Dal, Masur Dal, Urd Dal, Groundnut Oil, Poultry (Chicken), Milk, Chillies Dry, Chillies Green, Potato, Tomato, Seasonal Vegetables and Fruits. Tea (Readymade), Sugar, Doctors’ Fee, Petrol, Tailoring Charges, etc. are responsible for the increase in index. However, this increase was checked by Rice, Fish Fresh, Garlic, Onion, Soft Coke, Flower/Flower Garlands, etc., putting downward pressure on the index.
The year-on-year inflation measured by monthly CPI-IW stood at 5.86 per cent for April, 2016 as compared to 5.51 per cent for the previous month and 5.79 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year. Similarly, the Food inflation stood at 7.55 per cent against 6.16 per cent of the previous month and 5.30 per cent during the corresponding month of the previous year.
At centre level, Rourkela reported the maximum increase of 10 points followed by Goa (8 points), Angul-Talcher, Rangapara-Tezpur, Warrangai, Sholapur and Varanasi (7 points each). Among others, 6 points increase was observed in 3 centres, 5 points in 10 centres, 4 points in 15 centres, 3 points in 11 centres, 2 points in 11 centres and 1 point in 11 centres. On the contrary, Quilon recorded a maximum decrease of 5 points followed by Madurai (3 points), Salem and Rajkot (2 points each) and Tiruchirapally and Ghaziabad (1 point each). Rest of the 4 centres’ indices remained stationary.
The indices of 35 centres are above All-India Index and other 41 centres’ indices are below national average. The indices of Vishakhapatnam and Ludhiana centres remained at par with All-India Index.
The next issue of CPI-IW for the month of May, 2016 will be released on Thursday, 30th June, 2016. The same will also be available on the office website www.labourbureaunew.gov.in.