Monday, May 3, 2010

D.A for bankers for the month of May onwards.

There will be increase of 19 slabs as per the revised pay scales and DA for the months of May, June, July, 2010 will be 39.60%.  We give below the new DA effective from May, 2010 (as per revised pay scales).



DA For 
DA for earlier
Increase in DA



May,June,July 2010
Feb,Mar,Apr, 2010

Stage
Scale
Basic Pay
39.60%
36.75%
2.85%



DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
1
I,II,III
14500
5742.00
5328.75
413.25
2
I,II,III
15100
5979.60
5549.25
430.35
3
I,II,III
15700
6217.20
5769.75
447.45
4
I,II,III
16300
6454.80
5990.25
464.55
5
I,II,III
16900
6692.40
6210.75
481.65
6
I,II,III
17500
6930.00
6431.25
498.75
7
I,II,III
18100
7167.60
6651.75
515.85
8
I,II,III
18700
7405.20
6872.25
532.95
9
I,II,III
19400
7682.40
7129.50
552.90
10
I,II,III
20100
7959.60
7386.75
572.85
11
I,II,III
20900
8276.40
7680.75
595.65
12
I,II,III
21700
8593.20
7974.75
618.45
13
I,II,III
22500
8910.00
8268.75
641.25
14
I,II,III
23300
9226.80
8562.75
664.05
15
I,II,III
24100
9543.60
8856.75
686.85
16
I,II,III
24900
9860.40
9150.75
709.65
17
I,II,III
25700
10177.20
9444.75
732.45
18
I,II,III
26500
10494.00
9738.75
755.25
19
I,II,III
27300
10810.80
10032.75
778.05
20
I,II,III
28100
11127.60
10326.75
800.85
21
I,II,III
28900
11444.40
10620.75
823.65
22
I,II,III
29700
11761.20
10914.75
846.45
23
I,II,III
30600
12117.60
11245.50
872.10
24
I,II,III
31500
12474.00
11576.25
897.75
25
I,II,III
32400
12830.40
11907.00
923.40
26
I,II,III
33300
13186.80
12237.75
949.05
27
I,II,III
34200
13543.20
12568.50
974.70
28
I,II,III
35100
13899.60
12899.25
1000.35
1
IV
30600
12117.60
11245.50
872.10
2
IV
31500
12474.00
11576.25
897.75
3
IV
32400
12830.40
11907.00
923.40
4
IV
33300
13186.80
12237.75
949.05
5
IV
34200
13543.20
12568.50
974.70
6
IV
35200
13939.20
12936.00
1003.20
7
IV
36200
14335.20
13303.50
1031.70
1
V
36200
14335.20
13303.50
1031.70
2
V
37200
14731.20
13671.00
1060.20
3
V
38200
15127.20
14038.50
1088.70
4
V
39300
15562.80
14442.75
1120.05
5
V
40400
15998.40
14847.00
1151.40
1
VI
42000
16632.00
15435.00
1197.00
2
VI
43200
17107.20
15876.00
1231.20
3
VI
44400
17582.40
16317.00
1265.40
4
VI
45600
18057.60
16758.00
1299.60
5
VI
46800
18532.80
17199.00
1333.80
1
VII
46800
18532.80
17199.00
1333.80
2
VII
48100
19047.60
17676.75
1370.85
3
VII
49400
19562.40
18154.50
1407.90
4
VII
50700
20077.20
18632.25
1444.95
5
VII
52000
20592.00
19110.00
1482.00










DA For 
DA for earlier
Increase in DA



May,June,July 2010
Feb,Mar,Apr, 2010

Stage
Post
Basic Pay
39.60%
36.75%
2.85%



DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
1
Clerk
7200
2851.20
2646.00
205.20
2
Clerk
7600
3009.60
2793.00
216.60
3
Clerk
8000
3168.00
2940.00
228.00
4
Clerk
8400
3326.40
3087.00
239.40
5
Clerk
8900
3524.40
3270.75
253.65
6
Clerk
9400
3722.40
3454.50
267.90
7
Clerk
9900
3920.40
3638.25
282.15
8
Clerk
10500
4158.00
3858.75
299.25
9
Clerk
11100
4395.60
4079.25
316.35
10
Clerk
11700
4633.20
4299.75
333.45
11
Clerk
12300
4870.80
4520.25
350.55
12
Clerk
13000
5148.00
4777.50
370.50
13
Clerk
13700
5425.20
5034.75
390.45
14
Clerk
14400
5702.40
5292.00
410.40
15
Clerk
15100
5979.60
5549.25
430.35
16
Clerk
15800
6256.80
5806.50
450.30
17
Clerk
16500
6534.00
6063.75
470.25
18
Clerk
17200
6811.20
6321.00
490.20
19
Clerk
18500
7326.00
6798.75
527.25
20
Clerk
19300
7642.80
7092.75
550.05
21
Clerk
20100
7959.60
7386.75
572.85
22
Clerk
20900
8276.40
7680.75
595.65
23
Clerk
21700
8593.20
7974.75
618.45
24
Clerk
22500
8910.00
8268.75
641.25
25
Clerk
23300
9226.80
8562.75
664.05
26
Clerk
24100
9543.60
8856.75
686.85
27
Clerk
24900
9860.40
9150.75
709.65
1
Sub-Staff
5850
2316.60
2149.88
166.73
2
Sub-Staff
6050
2395.80
2223.38
172.43
3
Sub-Staff
6250
2475.00
2296.88
178.13
4
Sub-Staff
6450
2554.20
2370.38
183.83
5
Sub-Staff
6650
2633.40
2443.88
189.53
6
Sub-Staff
6900
2732.40
2535.75
196.65
7
Sub-Staff
7150
2831.40
2627.63
203.78
8
Sub-Staff
7400
2930.40
2719.50
210.90
9
Sub-Staff
7650
3029.40
2811.38
218.03
10
Sub-Staff
7900
3128.40
2903.25
225.15
11
Sub-Staff
8200
3247.20
3013.50
233.70
12
Sub-Staff
8500
3366.00
3123.75
242.25
13
Sub-Staff
8800
3484.80
3234.00
250.80
14
Sub-Staff
9100
3603.60
3344.25
259.35
15
Sub-Staff
9450
3742.20
3472.88
269.33
16
Sub-Staff
9800
3880.80
3601.50
279.30
17
Sub-Staff
10150
4019.40
3730.13
289.28
18
Sub-Staff
10550
4177.80
3877.13
300.68
19
Sub-Staff
10950
4336.20
4024.13
312.08
20
Sub-Staff
11350
4494.60
4171.13
323.48
21
Sub-Staff
11750
4653.00
4318.13
334.88
22
Sub-Staff
12150
4811.40
4465.13
346.28
23
Sub-Staff
12550
4969.80
4612.13
357.68
24
Sub-Staff
12950
5128.20
4759.13
369.08
25
Sub-Staff
13350
5286.60
4906.13
380.48
26
Sub-Staff
13750
5445.00
5053.13
391.88
27
Sub-Staff
14150
5603.40
5200.13
403.28
Special Pay for Clerical & SubStaff
Special Pay for Clerical & SubStaff


May,June,July 2010
Feb,Mar,Apr, 2010
 Difference



DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
DA Amount Payable
CTO-B (with passing powers)/SWO

500
198.00
183.75
14.25
Head Cashier II

780
308.88
286.65
22.23
Special Assistant

1180
467.28
433.65
33.63
All other existing Spl Pay holders

500
198.00
183.75
14.25






Bill Collectors / Armed Guard

240
95.04
88.20
6.84
Daftary

340
134.64
124.95
9.69
Head Peon

4550
1801.80
1672.13
129.68
Head Messenger in IOB

1000
396.00
367.50
28.50
Electrician / AC Plant Helper

1250
495.00
459.38
35.63
Driver

1450
574.20
532.88
41.33
All other existing spl pay holders (substaff)

350
138.60
128.63
9.97





0.00

Graduation
Pay / PQA -after 1 year

250
99.00
91.88
7.13
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 2 year

490
194.04
180.08
13.97
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 3 year

740
293.04
271.95
21.09
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 4 year

990
392.04
363.83
28.22
Graduation Pay / PQA -after 5 year

1230
487.08
452.03
35.06







8 comments :

ramanujamgovind said...

Please anybody knowing the DA chart for Bank pensioners till date may upload the same for the benefit of bank pensioners. Thaking you in anticipation.

C . R. Belsare said...
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C . R. Belsare said...

Visit bankpensioner.blogspot.com for online DA calculator for bank pensioners. DA for bank pensioners change in the months of Feb and Sept,
on half yearly basis and NOT on quarterly basis as in the case of existing employees.

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shilpi said...

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SHANKAR said...

Recent post in albankingsolutions.com-

AllBankingSolutions.com has received a copy of a letter written by Honourable V R Krishna Iyer to Dr Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India (another well known personality with academic excellence in the field of economics). Let us quote few sentences from his letter (You can read the full text of the letter by clicking on the link given at the end of this article):

"I am writing this letter with the specific purpose of bring to your kind notice the sad state of the retired bank employees who have been denied pension on voluntary retirement who had opted provident fund scheme under the threat of the penal clause that they will forefeit their past service if they participated in strike "

He also told PM that this clause when struke down and deleted from the Pension Regulations, was not intimated to the staff serving and retired for nearly 43 months which resulted in the denial of the option to those who had opted the PF scheme earlier.

On the issue of whether employers are giving pension as a bounty, he further writes to Prime Minister: "You may agree with me when I say that pension is neither a bounty nor a matter of grace depending upon the sweet will of the employer and it creates a vested right which is statutory in character, since the Pension Rules 1972 have been enacted in exercise of power conferred by the proviso to Article 309 and clause (g) of Article 148 of the Constitution".

Finally, he also comments on the attitude of the bank authorities and wrote to Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh "I would request you to kindly get the issue examined by the concerned department so that justice will be done to many who have been denied the pensionary benefits on account of the unhelpful attitude of the Bank authorities. This is all the more important since many retired Bank employees will be benefited by this kind action".

What Does This Letter Indicates :

The above indicates that there was a strong case of PF optees to get the 2nd pension option as the deletion of the penal clause relating to break in service on account of strike etc. The management did not intimate it to the employees for a very very long time. Further, he also supports the payment of pension in terms of the proviso to Article 309 and clause (g) of Article 148 of the Constitution.

Were Union Leaders Aware of this Legal Position :

We have recently heard that unions / IBA (there is still confusion who actual did this) sought the legal opinion and asked for payment by all PF optees for exercising 2nd option for pension. Who was the lawyer? Does his stature was higher than the Honourable Supreme Court Judge, VR Krishna Iyer? We do not think so.

What Should Be Done Now :

Union leaders needs to confront IBA with new legal standing and ask IBA to share the whole amount of pension contribution by banks.

In case union leaders do not listen and fail to convince IBA, then bankers need to mass resign from the unions and file a case in the court and ask the lawyer to fight the case on above issues, which are very relevant for the present case.

akgoel said...

a letter from justice krishna iyer
to prime minister manmohan singh

sh. C N VENUGOPALAN is the person who wrote to justice iyer.

SHANKAR said...

Referring to akgoel-May 6, 2010 9:38 PM
What is to be noted is Justice Sri Krishna Iyer has responded to the letter of Sri C N Venugopalan, because of the genuineness of the cause of PF optees.Otherwise the letter of Venugopalan would not have got a reply even.

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