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Delhi Minimum Wages from 01.10.2017 to 31.03.2018

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The Minimum Wages for Delhi for the period 01.10.2017 to 31.03.2018

As per labour department notification No.1/13 / 2017-LS-II dated 10th October, 2017 the Minimum wages of Delhi as revised as follows with effect from October 2017 to March 2017.

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For Industrial Workers

Category of Workers Rates of Wages including VDA Area wise per Day(Rs).
For Work Above Ground For Work Below Ground
Unskilled 359 448
Semi-Skilled 448 536
Skilled 536 625
Highly Skilled 625 700

For Agriculture Workers

Category of Workers Rates of Wages including VDA Area wise per Day(Rs).
A Area B Area C Area
Unskilled 341 311 308
Semi-Skilled 373 343 315
Skilled 405 373 342
Highly Skilled 449 417 373
Clerical 405 373 342

The rates of minimum wages being fixed are linked with All India Consumer Price Index Series, 2001 (Base 2001=100). For Dearness Allowance neutralization, the rate of adjustment shall be Rs. 1.35 per point for Unskilled, Rs.1.50 per point for Semi skilled, Rs. 1.65 per point for Skilled, Rs. 1.50 per point for Non matriculates, Rs. 1.65 per point for Matriculates but not Graduate and Rs. 1.80 per point for Graduate and above.

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In case there is shortfall in All India Consumer Price Index, as a result of which dearness allowance apparently decreases, in that case there shall be no impact on notified applicable minimum rates of wages for different category of workmen/employees.

The Amount of Dearness Allowance in fraction, if any, would be rounded off to the next higher rupee.

All workmen who are covered under The Employees State Insurance Act, 1948 and Employees Provident Fund & Misc. Provisions Act, 1952 and the employers would continue to deposit employer’s contribution towards ESI and PF as per prescribed rates of contribution as per revised Minimum Wages.

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