Thursday, October 9, 2014

“Expected DA” phrase losing interest amidst Central Government employees..!

“Expected DA” phrase losing interest amidst Central Government employees..!

Nowadays, the attractive and magical word of “Expected DA” is losing interest amidst Central Government employees..!

We are proud to claim that we were the first to introduce the phrase, “Expected DA”.

Central Govt employees are getting additional Dearness Allowance twice in a year according to the fluctuation of Consumer Price Index. Generally all employees, including state and central government employees are showing interest to know the hike of additional Dearness allowance in advance.

In 2009, when, for the first time we wrote an article under the title “Expected DA (Dearness Allowance) from Jan 2009 for Central Government Employees“, we did feel a bit uneasy. We were wondering if the readers would comprehend the title properly. Even the familiar publications like “Swamy’s News” didn’t have such phrases that time.

The phrase “Expected DA”, received tremendous response from the Central Government employees and earned a place for itself in their hearts. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration for us to claim that after the magical ‘Central Government Employees News’, this was the most exciting phrase that we had come up with.
As far as we know, “Swamy’s News” was the only publication that had successfully predicted the Dearness Allowance accurately for a number of years. It is not an ordinary feat for a private publication to be treated on par with a Government Order. This is the reason why, despite the onslaught of the internet, the publication is still gaining tremendous growth.

In January 2009, we announced a 6% expected additional DA. Since then, with Dearness Allowance rising continuously, the curiosity and eagerness to hear the forecast continued to grow. With two 10% hikes in 2010, the response to our forecasts was nothing short of mind-boggling.

Normally, Government employees are more than eager to receive positive news about salary hike, like increment, DA, Arrears, Bonus etc.,. Yet, strangely, there is a slight dip in the kind of interest that the phrase “Expected DA” triggers nowadays.
DA Table

Source: 90PAISA
[http://90paisa.blogspot.in/2014/10/expected-da-phrase-losing-interest.html]

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Retirement age of scientists may be raised from 60 to 62 years

Retirement age of scientists may be raised from 60 to 62 years

Retirement age of scientists may be raised to 62 years

The retirement age of scientists may be raised from 60 to 62 years to help put their acumen to an extended use.

Indications in this regard were given by minister of state for science and technology Jitendra Singh here.
“The government is seriously thinking of enhancing the reitrement age of the scientists to 62. The kind of acumen they achieve by the time they reach the age of 60 should be put to use for another two years. We would seriously work on the feasibility of this proposal,” he said.

He, however, clarified that the proposal to increase the age of scientists was limited to his ministries.
Besides science and technology, Singh is in-charge of Earth sciences, departments of atomic energy and space and personnel, public grievances & pensions. He is also MoS PMO.

Singh added that the proposal of increasing the age of scientists is being deliberated as it requires approvals from different ministries to take the “positive steps”.

Currently, the age of Central government employees is 60. Many scientists serve in different ministries other than core sciences.

Also, there are several scientists heading different ministries and departments have well crossed their retirement age, but have been retained by the government owing to their experience and expertise.

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