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Revised wage rate in Delhi from 01.04.2021

Revised wage rate in Delhi from 01.04.2021

The government of the national capital territory of Delhi has revised the wage rate in Delhi on the basis of revision in the Annual consumer price index and the inflation rate is neutralized by the government with the increase of wage rate. An order, dated 18.06.2021, from the Labour department of Delhi has been issued in which the revised rate is shown as given below:

For clerical and supervisory staffs, the wage rate is in the given table:


S.No.

Category
Rates as on 01.10.2020
(per month)
in Rupees
Rates from 01.04.2021
(per month) 
in Rupees

Revised Rates per Day
in Rupees
1.Non-matriculates1706917537675
2.Matriculates but below Graduation 1879719291742
3.Graduation2043020976807
Salary for non-matriculates, matriculates and graduation clerical and supervisory staff

S. No.

Category
Rates as on 01.10.2020
(per month)
in Rupees
Rates from 01.04.2021
(per month) 
in Rupees

Revised Rates per Day
in Rupees
1.Un-skilled1549215908612
2.Semi-skilled1706917537675
3.Skilled1879719291742
Wage rate for unskilled, skilled and skilled workers

It is well known that the pandemic has affected the common men of this country and the revision of wages will certainly be applauded by the workers and employees of Delhi. Within six months, oils whether used as fuel or edible have highly been augmented which reduces the real purchasing power of the employees.

Even medical expenses are almost raised in every household and this step of the Delhi government certainly relieves the bread earners to a great extent. However, the expenses of employers may be affected and other sources of revenues may be sought.

It is also the truth that most employers have retrenched the employees in their units and therefore, it won’t affect too much. If the employee is happy and has a standard level of wages, it will have a positive effect on productivity.

Wage rate revision must also be followed by the other states as the government’s main aim is the welfare of society and not to earn profits. Profit may be the principle of private organizations.

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