BSNL IDA Rates for Employees after 1st Pay Revision

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited IDA rates revised to 0% for their Employees on 1st Pay revision(01-01-2007), where the rates of Industrial Dearness Allowance for Public Sector Undertaking(PSU) staff are revised for every 3 months(quarter) in January, April, July, October of that year based on Consumer Price Index (CPI) of that previous months with a view to compensate the employees.

BSNL Employees Industrial Dearness Allowance Rates from 01-01-2007
Industrial Dearness Allowance(IDA) rates are based on All India Consumer Price Index (IW) average for the specified months given, and the BSNL IDA rates of Employees is increased / decreased for the same in that period with new rates.

At first, Department of Public Enterprises issued the orders, correspondingly BSNL also issued the orders for the same revised rates to pay for BSNL Employees.

BSNL Employees IDA Rates from 1st Pay revision(01-01-2007)
Effective from
IDA Rate %
% Raised from Previous
Effective from
IDA Rate %
% Raised from Previous
January 2007 0.0 --- April 2007 0.8 0.8
July 2007 1.3 0.5 October 2007 4.2 2.9
January 2008 5.8 1.6 April 2008 6.3 0.5
July 2008 9.2 2.9 October 2008 12.9 3.7
January 2009 16.6 3.7 April 2009 16.9 0.3
July 2009 18.5 1.6 October 2009 25.3 6.8
January 2010 30.9 5.6 April 2010 34.8 3.9
July 2010 35.1 0.3 October 2010 39.8 4.7
January 2011 43.0 3.2 April 2011 47.2 4.2
July 2011 47.2 0 October 2011 52 4.8
January 2012 56.7 4.7 April 2012 56.7 0
July 2012 61.5 4.8 October 2012 67.3 5.8
January 201371.54.2April 201374.93.4
July 201378.94October 201385.56.6
January 2014 90.5 5 April 201488.4-2.1
July 2014 91.3 2.9October 201498.16.8
January 2015 100.32.2

So, have a look about the old  BSNL IDA Rates given for employees from the date of BSNL PSU formation day on 1st October 2000, to the day of Ist pay revision effective from 1st January 2007, which is a big happiest moment for BSNL Employees.

2 comments:

  1. Even though I feel comfort for the raise in IDA, I am afraid on seeing the Price Index and I feel much for the question Where are we going?

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  2. At least in Government employee case, Salaries raise according to inflation. But consider the Private companies( i am not talking about corporate employers). Private company employees are the worst hit by this inflation. Employers dont cover for this Inflation raise.

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