Minimum Wages Delhi DA Notification W.e.f. 1st OCT-2011 - CiteHR
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Dear All,

This is for the information of the members and anyone interested in the Minimum wages of the Private Sector employees in Delhi that the Delhi Govt. has in accordance to its revised policy of DA increase according to the Central Govt DA increase periodicity has released the Order for DA increase in the state of Delhi w.e.f.01.10.2011. Accordingly, the minimum wages now stands revised w.e.f.01.10.2011 because of the addition of this DA Increase. The Govt. has declared an increase of about 3.65% of the wages rate as was applicable in Delhi w.e.f. 01.04.2011.

The scan copy of the Order is attached herewith in two parts. The second page of the order is not clear however a comparison with rate as applicable on 01.04.2011 will help in understanding the applicable rates.

Strangely, this Order was released on 31.10.2011; however neither the website of the state Labour Department is updated nor was it given any publicity in the prominent News Papers. This could have resulted in timely adherence by the many concerned and have benefited a large section of the workforce. Even many officials of the Delhi labor Department do not know about its release. Due to this most of the people interested in the issue are still making payment at the Old rate.

Hope this post is useful.


Amit Kumar

Payroll Management &

EPF/ESI Consultant

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Thanks Mr. Amit, ... please re scan the docs and up load again .. scan is not clear ... thanks again ... Best regards, Raj C Sen H R Head Berco’s - Delhi (NCR)
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