Sunday, February 12, 2017

Implementation of ESI Act 1948 within the Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 29 District, in the State of Madhya Pradesh.

As Per ESIC 2.0 Program Phase  in regards  covering Non implemented areas to Implement areas , in the State of Madhya Pradesh , Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 29 District,  is covered under Esic from 1st Feb 2017 

Implementation of ESI Act 1948 within the Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 29 District, in the State of Madhya Pradesh

Implementation of ESI Act 1948 within the Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 14 District, in the State of Kerala.

As Per ESIC 2.0 Program Phase  in regards  covering Non implemented areas to Implement areas , in the State of Kerala, Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 14 District,  is covered under Esic from 1st Feb 2017 

Necessary Notification is appended below 

Implementation of ESI Act 1948 within the Municipal Limits of Districts Headquarters of 14 District, in the State of Kerala

Sunday, February 05, 2017

Maharashtra Minimum Wages 1st Jan 2017 to 30th June 2017

Dear all,

Enclosed is the Maharashtra Minimum  Wages Maharashtra Minimum  Wages 1st Jan 2017 to 30th June 2017, In the said Minimum wages revision Pls add 5% HRA( As per Maharashtra Minimum  HRA Act 1983)  if no of employee count is more than 50. 


Pls refer to the said attach if anything have been missed out or any correction is to be done pls suggest me.

English Version :- Maharashtra MW 01-01-2017 to 30-06-2017





Wednesday, January 25, 2017

ESIC Implementation in Entire Hooghly District 1st Jan 2017

 As Per ESIC 2.0 Program Phase  in regards  covering Non implemented areas to Implement areas entire Hooghly district  is covered under Esic from 1st Jan 2017 

Necessary Notification is appended below 

ESIC Implementation of Entire Hooghly District

New Year Gift to Female Employees from ESIC in regards to Maternity Benefit Act from 20th Jan 2017




G.S.R. 62(E).—Whereas draft rules further to amend the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950 were published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-II, Section 3, Sub-section (i) vide number G.S.R. 958(E), dated the 6th October, 2016, as required under sub-section (1) of section 95 of the Employees’ State Insurance Act,

1948(34 of 1948), inviting objections and suggestions from all persons likely to be affected thereby before the expiry of a period of thirty days from the date on which the copies of the Gazette containing the said notification was published were made available to the public;

And whereas, copies of the said Gazette were made available to the public on the 6th October, 2016;

And whereas, no objections and suggestions were received from persons in respect of the said rules; Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 95 of the Employees’ State Insurance Act,1948(34 of 1948), the Central Government after consultation with the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950, namely:-

(b) in rule 56, in sub-rule (2),--
(i) for the words “ twelve weeks of which not more than six weeks”, the words “twenty-six weeks of which not more than eight weeks” shall be substituted;

(ii) after the first proviso, the following provisos shall be inserted, namely:--
Provided further that the insured woman shall be entitled to twelve weeks of maternity benefit from the date the child is handed over to the commissioning mother after birth or adopting mother, as the case maybe: 

Provided also that the insured woman having two or more than two surviving children shall be entitled to receive maternity benefits during a period of twelve weeks of which not more than six weeks shall precede the expected date of confinement.



Wednesday, January 18, 2017

EPF dues solely on the basis of balance sheet without identification of beneficiaries is not sustainable

Assessment of EPF dues solely on the basis of balance sheet without identification of beneficiaries is not sustainable

An appeal was filed by the appellant before the Employees' Provident Fund Appellate Tribunal, challenging the order dated 23.09.2011, passed by the EPF Authority, under section 7-A of the Act.
Brief Facts:
Dues were assessed on the basis of balance sheet without identification of beneficiaries on EO's report. Appellant's contention is that employees were engaged through different registered contractors from time to time. EPF Authority submitted that the appellant neither produced list of contractors nor list of employees and in such circumstances there was no option with the department, except to pass the impugned order.
Reasons & Decision:
The entire case of assessment of EPF dues is for the period April 2005 to March 2011. Neither EO nor the EPF Authority is known to the beneficiaries till date. Dues, if collected, would not give any benefit to any of the employees. Hence, impugned order is sets aside. Matter is remanded back to the EPF Authority for passing a speaking order by getting joined the alleged contractors, having identified the beneficiaries and only on the basis of balance sheet, in accordance with law. Appellant is supposed to furnish complete list of contractors and employees within 2 months from the date of this order to the EPF Authority. Any amount deposited shall not be disbursed till further order.
Food Corporation of India vs. APFC, Jabalpur
ATA No. 09 (8) 2012 decided on 7.11.2016 

Thursday, January 12, 2017

EPFO gives 5 Days Grace period for Payment of Dec-2016

Dear all,

In  regards to the New ECR 2.0 version  unified portal was not responding due to connectivity issues etc in regards to the same  the Competent Authority has decided that, as a special case, concession of grace period of 5 days is allowed for the employers to deposit the contribution and other dues for the month of December,2016  by 20th January,2017.
  
EPFO 5 Days Grace period of Dec 2016

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Increase In Limit For Applicability Of Maharashtra Contract Labour And Regulation Act

As per the Notification of Maharashtra Act II of 2017, Part VIII Ext. 4 published in official gazette of Maharashtra, the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition), Act 1970 will be applicable to every principal employer and Contractor who employs fifty or more workers W.E.F 5th Jan 2017

Gazeeted Copy 


Sunday, January 01, 2017

The Payment Of Wages (Amendment) Ordinance 2016

As per The Payment Of Wages (Amendment) Ordinance, 2016, all wages must be paid in current coin or in currency notes or by cheque or by crediting the wages in the bank account of the employee. Provided that the appropriate government may, by notification in the official gazette, specify the industrial or other establishment, where the employer shall pay to every person employed the wages only by cheque or by crediting the wages in his bank account

Notification in regards to respective amendment


Saturday, December 31, 2016

EPF New Year Gift for Establishment which is legally liable for coverage from 1.4.2009



Good News
PF has  comeout with Notification , accordingly,  special survey drive will be initiated from 1st Jan 2017 by department for coverage of the Establishment.
The Establishment which is legally liable for coverage will be covered under the Act.
Benefits are as below;
1. Only Employer Share will be levied. 
2. Interest as applicable on Employer's Share.
3. Damages @ Rs.1/- Per Annum. 
4. No Employees Share. 

The above will be with a condition that, the Establishment is not legally liable before 01.04.2009.

Necessary Notification is as under 

Employees’ Provident Funds (Seventh Amendment) Scheme, 2016

Damages @ Rs.1/- Per Annum. :Damages=for New Coverage from 1st Apr 2009


Edli No Dues to be Paid:- EDli No Contribution for New Covereage from 1st Apr 2009


EPF Scheme amendment :- EPF Schmene ammedment for New Coverage frm 1st Apr 2009



Tuesday, December 27, 2016

ESIC Limit increase from Rs 15000 to Rs 21000 W.E.F from 1st Jan 2017

ESIC limit has been increased from 1st Jan 2017 from Rs 15000 to Rs 21000 

Draft rules were published on 6th October 2016 and whereas, objections and suggestions received from persons likely to be affected thereby have been considered by the Central Government 

Now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 95 of the said Act, the Central Government, after
consultation with the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation, hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950, namely:-

1. (1) These rules may be called the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Third Amendment Rules, 2016.

(2) They shall come into force from 1st day of January, 2017.

2. In the Employees’ State Insurance (Central) Rules, 1950, in rule 50, for the words “fifteen thousand rupees” occurring at both the places, the words ‘twenty one thousand rupees” shall be substituted.

Notification copy :- ESIC Notification on 21K limit

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Government Clarification on Amendment to Payment of Wages Act

It is seen from the media reports that there is a general impression that is being created that the Government is bringing an amendment to the Payment of Wages Act to make mandatory the payment of wages to the workers only through cheque or accounts transfers. This is not the correct position.

It is clarified that the government proposes to bring an amendment to Section 6 of the Payment of Wages Act which will further provide crediting the wages in the bank account of the employees or payment through cheque along with the existing provisions of payment in current coin or currency notes.

This is being done to facilitate the employers from making payment of wages using the banking facilities also in addition to the existing modes of payment of wages in current coin or currency notes.

Also, the appropriate Government (Centre or State) will have to come up with the notification to specify the industrial or other establishments where the employer shall pay wages through cheque or by crediting the wages in employees’ bank account. It is, therefore, clear that the option of payment through cash is still available with the employers for payment of wages.

It may be understood that the Payment of Wages Act was passed in the year 1936 (eighty years ago) and the situation prevailing at that point of time has completely undergone a technological revolution. Most of the transactions now take place through the banking channels. The proposal of Ministry of Labour and Employment to bring an amendment to Section 6 of the Act is an additional facility of crediting the wages in the bank account of the employees or payment through cheque along with the existing provisions of payment in current coin or currency notes.

The above proposed amendment will also ensure that minimum wages are paid to the employees and their social security rights can be protected. Thus the employers can no longer under-quote the number of employees employed by them in their establishments to avoid becoming a subscriber to the EPFO or ESIC schemes.

It is also pointed out that the states like Andhra Pradesh/Telangana, Kerala, Uttarakhand, Punjab and Haryana have already come out with notifications to provide for payment through banking channels. 


@courtesy http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx

Monday, December 19, 2016

EPFO fixes 8.65% interest rate for PF deposits, cut from 8.8%

Retirement fund body EPFO today decided to lower the interest on EPF deposits for the current fiscal to 8.65 per cent, from 8.8 provided in 2015-16, for its over four crore subscribers. 

"The Employees Provident Fund Organisation's apex decision making body, the Central Board of Trustees (CBT), has taken a decision to lower the interest rate to 8.65 per cent for the current fiscal from 8.8 in 2015-16," Indian National Trade Union Congress Vice-President Ashok Singh told PTI after the meeting at Bengaluru.


Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh General Secretary Virjesh Upadhyay also said that 8.65 per cent rate of interest is fixed on EPF deposits for 2016-17. 

As per the EPFO income projections, retaining 8.8 per cent rate of interest for the current fiscal would have left a deficit of Rs 383 crore. 

However, the body could have utilised about Rs 409 crore surplus with it, which accrued after providing 8.8 per cent rate of interest for 2015-16, to retain the same rate of return for the current fiscal.


A surplus of about Rs 69.34 crore was stipulated if interest rate was to be lowered to 8.7 per cent. 

EPFO has projected income of Rs 39,084 crore for the current fiscal. 

As per sources, the Finance Ministry has been asking the Labour Ministry to align the EPF interest rate with other small saving schemes of the government like Public Provident Fund (PPF). 

In September, the government reduced interest rates on small savings schemes marginally by 0.1 per cent for the October-December quarter of 2016-17, which resulted in lower returns on PPF, Kisan Vikas Patra, Sukanya Samriddhi Account, among others 

The Labour Ministry however wanted to retain 8.8 per cent for the current fiscal as well, a source said 
@COURTESY conomictimes.indiatimes.com/

Friday, December 16, 2016

Minimum Wages Daman from 1st Oct 2016

New Minimum Wages of Daman is appended below which is declared on 2nd Dec 2016 the effective date of the same is 1st Oct 2016


MINIMUM WAGES 01 10 TO 31 03 20170001-Daman


Sunday, December 04, 2016

Amendments to the Payment of Wages Act, 1936

One of the reasons for ineffective enforcement of payments of wages to workers is the payment of wages in cash. With the passage of time, technology has gone a sea change. A large section of the employed persons have now bank accounts. So, payment of wages only through cheque or through bank transfer in the bank account of employed persons will reduce the complaints regarding non-payment or less payment of minimum wages, besides serving the objectives of digital and less cash economy.

In regards to the above the Central Government, therefore, intends to make amendments in section 6 of the Payment of Wage Act, 1936. The details of the existing provisions and proposed amendments are as under:

 Sl.
No.
Section
Existing Provision
Proposed Provision
1
Section 6
“6. Wages to be paid in current coin or currency notes.- All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency notes or in both:
Provided that the employer may, after obtaining the written authorization of the employed person, pay him the wages either by cheque or by crediting the wages in his bank account.”
“6. Wages to be paid in current coin or currency notes.- All wages shall be paid in current coin or currency notes or in both:
Provided that the appropriate Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, specify the industrial or other establishment, the employer of which shall pay to every person employed in such industrial or other establishment, the wages either by cheque or by crediting the wages in his bank account.”

It is, therefore, published in public domain, as part of Pre-Legislative Consultation Policy, for the information of all persons likely to be affected thereby and notice is hereby given that the said proposal shall be taken into consideration after 16/12/2016.



Tuesday, November 22, 2016

ESIC Limit Increases from Rs 15000 to Rs 21000

Dear all,


Pls refer to my blog dated September 7 2016 http://blog.pcsmgmt.com/2016/09/esic-raises-wage-threshold-to-rs-21000.html where in labour ministry had declared that ESIC Limit will Increases from Rs 15000 to Rs 21000 on 6th Oct 2016 Draft rules were released &  30 days time limit was given for calling for objections & suggestion Yesterday in the Press Information Bureau Ministry of Labour & Employment Shri Bandaru Dattatreya declared that The Employees State Insurance Corporation(ESIC) has approved the enhancement of wage ceiling from present Rs. 15,000 per month to Rs. 21,000/-.


The gazetted copy of the same will be published very soon 




Wednesday, November 16, 2016

This Scheme may be called the Employees’ Provident Funds (Sixth Amendment) Scheme, 2016 changes in para 72

Dear all,

 Amendment in the respective  Employees’ Provident Funds (Sixth Amendment) Scheme, 2016 i.e in para 72 

In the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952, in paragraph 72, in sub-paragraph (6),-

(a) for the words “ceased to be employed”, the words “retired from service after attaining age of fifty-five years or migrated abroad permanently” shall be substituted; 
(b) the words “or transfer, as the case may be” shall be omitted; 
 (c) after the proviso, the following new proviso shall be inserted, namely:-

Further a good Move by the labour Ministry where in one more provision has been inserted 

Provided further that if any amount becoming due to a member, as a result of supplementary contributions on account of litigation or default by the establishment or a claim which has been settled but is received back undelivered not attributable to the member, shall not be transferred to the inoperative account.”.


Gazette Notification :- Employees’ Provident Funds (Sixth Amendment) Scheme, 2016 para 72 changes

Employees' Provident Funds (Fifth Amendment) Scheme, 2016 Nepalese & Bhutan shall be deemed to be an Indian worker

Dear all,

In the indian Market many employees come from Bhutan & Nepal for Job & specially this employees are working in Security Guard etc & when and they were treated as International worker & the respective employee cant withdraw the respective dues when he leave the job  & he has to wait till age 58 as per International Worker rules as framed under EPF act 

Considering the above fact & condition labour ministry & EPF Board of Trustees have made an amendment in Employees' Provident Funds (Fifth Amendment) Scheme, 2016

In the Employees’ Provident Funds Scheme, 1952, in paragraph 83, in sub-paragraph (2), in clause (ja), after sub-clause (b), the following proviso shall be inserted, namely :-

“Provided that the worker who is a Nepalese national on account of Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 and the worker who is a Bhutanese national on account of India-Bhutan Friendship Treaty of 2007, shall be deemed to be an Indian worker.”


In the Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995, in paragraph 43A, in sub-paragraph (1), in clause (viia), after subclause (b), the following proviso shall be inserted, namely :-

“Provided that the worker who is a Nepalese national on account of Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 and the worker who is a Bhutanese national on account of India-Bhutan Friendship Treaty of 2007, shall be deemed to be an Indian worker.”




Gazetted Copy :- Employees' Provident Funds (Fifth Amendment) Scheme, 2016

ATTENTION EPS-1995 PENSIONERS No Pension without Digital Life Certificate

Dear EPS Pension Member no Pension will be credited without digital life certificate 

From 1st November 2016, EPFO has launched the facility of online submission of life certificate. It is mandatory to submit the digital Life Certificate through jeevan Pramaan System life certificate. 


The pensioners should carry the Aadhaar Card, Mobile phone, details of PPO and Bank account number for hassle free submission of Digital Life Certificate. 
The digital Life Certificate can be submitted at 

1.Bank branches from where pensioners are drawing their pensions

2.Common Service Centres(CSC) of IT department, the list of CSC are available at csc.gov.in 

3.Jeevan Pramaan Centre, the Jeevan Pramaan centre can be located at jeevanpramaan.gov.in



This process is Aadhaar based; therefore pensioners are advised to update their Aadhaar details to reflect the accurate Name, Father Name and Date of Birth. The instructions and FAQs regarding the updation of Aadhar data are available on the website www.uidai.gov.in

In case, the Aadhar details are accurate but they do not match with the details in EPFO database, the Pensioners should forward an application to R.O. Of EPF from where the pension is disburse   for change/modification of the concerned data along with the supporting documents like School Leaving Certificate, PAN card, Aadhar Card, Passport, Driving License, etc.  


Please note that the payment of the monthly pension will be stopped after 31.12.2016, of those pensioners whose digital life certificates are not received

Even idle EPF accounts will earn interest

Highlights


  •  Earlier, an EPF account was considered inoperative if it was dormant for 36 
  • From November 11, even these accounts will continue to accrue interest.
Pls refer to the circular as it was issued in November 2011 Pls see  (Old Circular) where in an EPF account was considered inoperative if it was dormant for 36 months or more. Since April 1, 2011, inoperative accounts did not attract any interest. Thus, if an employee resigned and did not take up another job, or failed to transfer his account to the new employment, the funds in an idle EPF account did not earn him any interest.The notification has amended this scenario. 

The provisions of the EPF scheme are now amended to provide that an EPF account will be considered inoperative only when the employee retires from service at 55 years or migrates abroad permanently , and in both cases does not make an application for withdrawal of the accumulated balance in his EPF account within 36 months. An account will also become inoperative on the death of the account holder. 

The amendments will benefit employees who leave mainstream employment and take up self-employment to fulfil their entrepreneurial goals or take up employment with small employers not covered under EPF scheme.Such employees can now leave their EPF fund balance with the authorities and continue to receive interest. This change will create a new investment option for such employees  

Monday, November 14, 2016

List of pan India (EPS ) Pension Distribution agency State Wise

Dear all

I have been receiving many calls in regards to pension disbursement in regards to Employee Pension Scheme , enclosed is the  Pension Distribution agency State Wise as on 31st Mar 2015

Thought of sharing the same 

EPS1995_PensionDisbursingAgenciesList

Friday, November 11, 2016

Gujarat Labour Welfare Fund Increase from Dec 2016

Dear All,

Gujarat Labour Welfare Fund has been increased from Dec-2016 the New Rate are as under

Old Rate Employee
Old Rate Employer
Total Contribution Old

New Rate Employee
New Rate Employer
Total New Rate
Rs 3
RS 6
Rs 9

Rs 6
Rs 12
18

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

EPF Death case Should be settle within 7 days

Dear all,

During Pragati Review Meeting which was held on 26th Oct 2016 Hon'ble Prime Minister had showed his concern regarding delay in settlement of EPF/EDLI /EPS claims especially in Death cases

Hon'ble Prime Minister has instructed and ensured that all Death cases claims should be settle within a period of 7 days from date of submission of claim form

All Death cases must be stamped as "DEATH CASE -TOP PRIORITY"


Saturday, October 08, 2016

ESIC Percentage for New Implemented areas reduce to 1 % Employee & 3 % Employer

Dear all 

ESIC Percentage for New Implemented areas reduce to 1 % Employee  & 3 % Employer  it is applicable only to the new areas which are implemented for the first time & district wise  (i.e. from 1st May 2016 ) New areas implementation started district wise 

Pls refer to  My blog  as publish on 6th of Sep 2016 
http://blog.pcsmgmt.com/2016/09/new-district-covered-esic.html

1. Andhrapradesh:- 9 New District covered W.E.F from 1st Sep-2016
2. Bihar :- 16 New District covered W.E.F from 1st Sep-2016
3. Haryana :- 1 New District covered W.E.F from 1st July-2016
4. Jammu & kashmir :- 8 New District covered W.E.F from 1st Aug-2016
5. Karnataka :- 4 New District covered W.E.F from 1st Sep-2016
6. MadhyaPradesh :- 22 New District covered W.E.F from 1st Sep-2016
7. Telangana :- 4 New District covered W.E.F from 1st July-2016
8.  Rajasthan :- 28 district are covered under ESIC from 1st Aug 2016 
9. Maharashtra :- 20 district are covered under ESIC from 1st Aug 2016
 
The respective reduction of percentage will be for only two years after two years Rule No 51 has  to be implemented.

Notification :- 
ESIC New Areas 1 Percent & 3 & W.E.F from 6th Oct 2016 

Thursday, October 06, 2016

Bihar Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017

Please be informed that The Government of Bihar through its notification dated 30th September 2016, has announced Variable Dearness Allowance & Minimum wages for different categories of employees employed in 69 scheduled employments, with effect from 1st October 2016

Notification:-Bihar Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017

Madhya Pradesh Minimum wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar-2017

Madhya Pradesh Minimum wags has been hike from 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017 

Notification :-Madhya Pradesh Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017


Monday, October 03, 2016

Minimum Wages Uttar Pradesh Minimum Wages 1st oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017

New wage rates were announced by Labour Department in Uttar Pradesh. New monthly VDA now stands at Rs 1464.12 for Unskilled worker, Rs 1610.53 for semi-skilled worker and Rs 1804.05 for skilled worker. 

Detail with Schedule of Employment:- Uttar Pradesh Minimum Wages 1st oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017



Saturday, October 01, 2016

Chattisgarh Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017

Chattisgarh Minimum Wages 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017

Notification:- Chattisgarh-minimum-wages-1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017.pdf



Delhi Minimum wages from 1st Oct 2016 to 31st Mar 2017




The following rates of minimum wages shall be applicable in respect of unskilled, semiskilled and skilled categories in all schedules employments except employment in the establishments where the workers are given facilities of meals or lodging or both by the employer
CategoryRates as on 01.04.2016
(Rupees)
Dearness Allowances (pm) w.e.f 01.10.2016 (Rupees)Rates from (Rupees) 01.10.2016
Per-MonthPer-Day
Un-skilled
9568.00
156.00
9724.00
374.00
Semi skilled
10582.00
182.00
10764.00
414.00
Skilled
11622.00
208.00
11830.00
455.00


The following rates of minimum wages shall be applicable in employment in establishments where the workers are given facilities of meals of lodging or both by by the employer
CategoryRates as on 01.04.2016
(Rupees) 
Dearness Allowances (pm) w.e.f
01.10.2016 (Rupees)
Rates from (Rupees) 01.10.2016
Per-MonthPer-Day
Un-skilled
(i)9412.00
156.00
(i)9568.00
(i)368.00
(ii)8710.00
(ii)8866.00
(ii)341.00
(iii)8606.00
(iii)8762.00
(iii)337.00
Semi skilled
(i)10426.00
182.00
(i)10608.00
(i)408.00
(ii)9620.00
(ii)9802.00
(ii)377.00
(iii)9516.00
(iii)9698.00
(iii)373.00
Skilled
(i)11440.00
208.00
(i)11648.00
(i)448.00
(ii)10582.00
(ii)10790.00
(ii)415.00
(iii)10452.00
(iii)10660.00
(iii)410.00
(i)Where only lodging is provided (ii) where only meals twice a day is provided 
(iii) Where both meals and lodging are provided.
 The following rates of minimum wages shall be applicable in respect of Clerical and     Supervisory Staffs in all Scheduled Employments
CategoryRates as on 01.04.2016
(Rupees) 
Dearness Allowances w.e.f .01.10.2016
(Rupees) 
  Rates from   (Rupees) 01.10.2016 Per Month
Non Matriculates10582.00182.00     10764.00 414.00
Matriculates but not graduates11622.00208.00     11830.00 414.00
Graduate and above12662.00208.00     12870.00495.00
*( All Rates are in rupees)