Find new DA rates to be paid to every bank employee from November (01.11.2021) after announcing CPI index numbers for the month Sep 21, Just check the present and new dearness allowance and the number of slabs taken…
The Dearness Allowance of Bank employees announced quarterly based on All India Consumer Price Index Numbers (AICPIN) and effective from February, May, August and November months of every year
Bank employee Dearness Allowance in salary is a calculation of allowance paid to employees based on their work scale to compensate for the inflation, and this is calculated from a percentage of basic salary to mitigate the inflation on people.
As per current updates, the new total Dearness Allowance for Bank employees is 27.79% which is calculated on the basis of Bank employee basic salary, wherein this quarter, the DA for public sector bank employees do hold an expecting increase upto 4.3% Dearness Allowance in their salary from November 21 to January 2022 which decrease their total salary.
Let’s check the Dearness Allowance for workmen and officer employees in public sector banks and some private banks are considered as per the below DA rate
Bank Employee DA Rate Chart
|Effective From||% DA Rate (Increased / Decreased)||% of DA Rate Payable||No: of Slabs||Average CPI|
|11th BPS settled|
The allowance added in the salary is apart from basic salary and it is calculated on a defined percentage, where every bank has their pay grade defined for employees based on their location and type of work they are assigned.
Thus this increases the basic salary and the Dearness Allowance is a percentage from basic salary, and anyone who has got a higher basic salary will surely have a higher slab of Dearness Allowance, which does give them a good total NET salary.
This part of the salary is always increased and in Banks, it is estimated to have an increase in DA for every one year based on their performance, and we can update the new expecting DA rates of bank employees for the next quarter from November 2021 after announcing price index numbers from July to September 2021.