Easy Way to Calculate GDS Arrears

GDS Pay Committee Report Implementation order published on 25.06.2018 at India Post website. After studying the order this is come know that there is nothing any positive implementation which is recommended by committee. Only recommended wages scale (New TRCA), Yearly Increment is implemented.

Committee Recommended a fixed monthly arrears for everyone by taking 11 TRCA Slab but Department of Post refused this method to calculate GDS arrears. They introduce a new method of calculation for giving less than less arrears to the poor GDS.

If DOP agreed with the recommendation of Kamalesh Chandra Committee, then GDS has been get near a Lac rupees as arrears from 01.01.2016 to 30.06.2018 for 30th month. for this reason DOP ignore committee’s calculations. Check Previous Calculation.

Here we try to understand the Easy Way to Calculate GDS Arrears. What you need to do first? find out your basic TRCA on 01.01.2016 then remind the DA rate which paid by DOP after 01.01.2016 to 01.01.2018. Here is DA rate below.

01-01-2016 – 125%
01-07-2016 – 132%
01-01-2017 – 136%
01-07-2017 – 139%
01-01-2018 – 142%

Step : 1

1st Take your basic TRCA of 01.01.2016 and multiply it with 2.57

Step : 2

Now again take your basic TRCA and multiply it with 125% DA. Ad basic plus DA.

Step : 3

and now minus Step : 2 from Step : 1

Step : 4

multiply Step 3 with 6

[why you multiply it with 6, because 125% DA was drawn from 01.01.2016 to 30.06.2016, 6 month]

In this way you need to calculate from 01.07.2016 to 31.12.2016, 01.01.2017 to 30.06.2017, 01.07.2017 to 31.12.2017 and 01.01.2018 to 30.06.2018

Step : 5

And now Ad all the figure which you got in every 6 month, this will your total arrears.

Example :

Suppose a GDS BPM employee KHAIRUL HOQUE, his old TRCA slab was 4575-85-7125 where 85 is yearly increment. his basic pay was on 01.01.2016 is 4575/- by following above calculation method.

1st period 01.01.2016 to 30.06.2016 (Basic 4575 & DA 125%)

Step : 1

4575*2.57=11,758/- (rounded)

Step : 2

4575*125%=5,719/-+4575/-=10,294/-

Step : 3

(11,758-10,294)=1464

Step : 4

1464*6=8,784/- (1st, 6 month arrears is 8,784/-)

2nd period 01.07.2016 to 31.12.2016 (Basic 4575 & DA 132%)

Step : 1

4575*2.57=11,758/- (rounded)

Step : 2

4575*132%=6,039/-+4575/-=10,614/-

Step : 3

(11,758-10,614)=1,144/-

Step : 4

1,144*6=6,864/- (2nd, 6 month arrears is 6,864/-)

Remembrance after 1 year he got 1 increment of 85/- rupees and his basic was (4575+85)=4,660/-

3rd period 01.01.2017 to 30.06.2017 (Basic 4660 & DA 136%)

Step : 1

4,660*2.57=11,976/- (rounded)

Step : 2

4660*136%=6,338/-+4,660/-=10,998/-

Step : 3

(11,976-10,998)=978/-

Step : 4

978*6=5,868/- (3rd, 6 month arrears is 5,868/-)

4th period 01.07.2017 to 31.12.2017 (Basic 4660 & DA 139%)

Step : 1

4,660*2.57=11,976/- (rounded)

Step : 2

4660*139%=6,477/-+4,660/-=11,137/-

Step : 3

(11,976-11,137)=839/-

Step : 4

839*6=5,034/- (4th, 6 month arrears is 5,034/-)

5th period 01.01.2018 to 30.06.2018 (Basic 4745 & DA 142%, one more increment added 4660+85=4745/-)

Step : 1

4,745*2.57=12,195/- (rounded)

Step : 2

4,745*142%=6,738/-+4,745/-=11,483/-

Step : 3

(12,195-11,483)=712/-

Step : 4

712*6=4,272/- (5th, 6 month arrears is 4,272/-)

by adding 5th period Khairul’s total arrears will be (8784+6864+5868+5034+4272)=30,822/-