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Sep 022019

Jharkhand Patrakar Samman Pension Niyamawali 2019[How to apply, Application Form, Amount, Eligibility Criteria, Documents]

The Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das has launched sheme for the working journalists of Jharkhand. It is believed that this step will help to establish a healthy journalism in the state. Now coming to the scheme, Jharkhand Patrakar Samman Pension Niyamawali is a pension scheme for the working journalists of Jharkhand. Along with the pension scheme the Chief Minister announced an award called Atal Smriti Patrakar Samman for the working journalist of the state.

Pension scheme for journalists Jharkhand

Pension scheme for journalists Jharkhand Details

Name of the scheme Patrakar Samman Pension Niyamawali
Launch date August, 2019
Launched by The Chief Minister of Jharkhand Raghubar Das
Launched in Jharkhand
Target people Retired journalists of Jharkhand

Key features of the scheme

  • Pension amount- The scheme will offer an amount of 7500 rupees per month to the journalists who have reached the age o 60 years old.
  • Benefits of the scheme- The journalists who have retired on or after 1st January, 2015 will come under the scheme.
  • Monitoring the scheme- In order to make the scheme successful, it requires monitoring. The state government of Jharkhand will form a special committee, and the committee will work under the supervision of Information and Public Relations Department of Jharkhand.
  • Number of representatives- In order to monitor the scheme there will be three representatives for three medium of media houses. One representative will monitor the English media houses, one will Urdu and one will be appointed for Hindi medium media houses.
  • Mode of work of the committee- The state government has decided to form new committee in every three years.
  • Award scheme- Besides the pension scheme the state government has also decided to acknowledge the hard work of the journalists work in Jharkhand. The journalists of the state will be rewarded with of 1 lakh rupees if they involve in some ground breaking work in the field of journalism.

Eligibility criteria

  • Working area- To avail the facility of the scheme the journalists’ working area need to be in the media house belongs to the state.
  • Working period- In order to avail the pension the journalist needs to be in the field at least 20 years.
  • Eligible age- To avail the pension scheme, the journalist needs to be 60 years old.
  • Accreditation- The scheme is only applicable to the journalists who were accredited by the state.

Required documents

  • Work experience- In order to come under the scheme the candidates need to produce the proof that validates his or her working period that needs be at least 20 years.
  • Proof of working area- The candidates needs to submit the documents that prove that he or she has associated with a media house that belongs to Jharkhand.
  • Proof of accreditation– In order to come under the pension scheme the candidates need to produce the documents o their accreditation as journalist.
  • Age proof- As the scheme is for the retied journalist who attained the age o 60 so the candidates need to produce their ID card or birth certificate to prove their age.

Application procedure

As the scheme is recently announced and still taking shape so the details of application procedure is not revealed yet. Once the procedure is revealed officially, we will keep you updated.

It is needless to say that the pension scheme for the working journalist is a commendable step taken by the state authority of Jharkhand. The step was hugely praised by the journalist association of the state. The objective o the scheme is to encourage the reporters of the state. Though the journalist associated requested the government to consider the journalists who have no accreditation and also them who are working in other states.

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Aug 242019

Gold Monetisation Scheme [How does gold Monetisation scheme work?

According to Indian traditions, gold is an auspicious metal. People purchase gold during special occasions. Gold ornaments not only increase the physical beauty but also add to the social status of the person. But most people do not use heavy gold ornaments regularly. These items are stored in the safety vaults at homes or in the bank accounts. So, people cannot use it as a valuable exchange item in the times of financial requirements. The central government, along with the RBI designed and developed a new scheme and named it Gold Monetisation Scheme. The scheme details suggest that people can deposit their gold ornaments in special accounts, and earn an interest on the total valuation.

Name of the scheme Gold Monetisation Scheme or GMS
Launched in India
Launched by Narendra Modi
Date of announcement 2015
                    Target beneficiaries                    Indian citizens
Supervised by Central government and RBI


Key benefits of the scheme

  1. Mobilizing gold – Massive amounts of gold bars and ornaments are trapped in the trust funds, institutional vaults and in the residential lockers of the common people. The aim of the central government is to mobilize the gold and bring it in the mainstream financial market. It will add value to the jewelry industry that generates high revenue for the country. Gold mobilization will increase the overall GDP of the country as well.
  2. Goal set by the government – The PM announced that the only purpose of this scheme is to get access to nearly 25000 tonnes of this precious metal that lie locked in the vaults, and mobilize it in the financial sector by the end of 2018 – 2019.
  3. Acquiring interest – Keeping gold either at home or in the bank lockers do nothing to increase the income of the gold owner. By depositing gold under this unique scheme, depositors can pave the path for additional income in the form of interest on the gold valuation.
  4. Increased security for the ornaments – People who do not have access to bank lockers are in risk of losing their valuable ornaments in case of a home robbery. The scheme offers depositors freedom from this worry. Their gold will be kept in the bank vaults, safe and sound.
  5. Tax benefits – It is a good way for the Indian citizens to save money. The amount that the depositors get will not be subjected to any taxation. It will be kept outside categories such as the income tax, capital gains tax, and wealth tax.
  6. Redemption flexibility – The gold depositor can redeem the deposited gold at the end of the specified tenure. He/she can either accept cash or get the equal amount of gold. However, this redemption preference must be stated clearly in the application form during registration.
  7. Current interest rate – Though the interest percentage, promised as per the scheme can change as per the market fluctuations, the current interest rate that depositors can get on an annual basis, ranges between 2.25% and 2.50%.
  8. Less gold imports – To meet the national requirements, the Indian government needs to import gold from other countries at high rates. The success of this gold deposit scheme will put a stopper to this. So, the Indian government will be able to save substantial amounts, and use the money for the development of the country.
  9. Types of GMS – As per the scheme details, the central government and the RBI policy makers divided the scheme in three different categories. It makes it easy for people from all financial groups to get the benefits. You can deposit your gold in the Short Term Gold Deposit (STGD) scheme, Medium Term Gold Deposit (MTGD) scheme or the Long Term Gold Deposit (LTGD) scheme.
  10. Nominee facility – If an individual is opening a GMS account under his/her name, then he/she will get the opportunity to select a nominee. In the absence of the person, the nominee can redeem the gold.

Details of the various schemes

Details Span of deposition Minimum gold deposited Maximum gold deposited Rate of interest Minimum lock-in time Holder of the gold deposit


1 to 3 years 30 grams No upper limit To be decided by the bank To be decided by the bank Respective bank
MTGD 5 to 7 years 30 grams No upper limit 2.25% per year 3 years Bank on behalf of the government
LTGD 12 to 15 years 30 grams No upper limit 2.50% per year 5 years Bank on behalf of the government

 Eligibility and necessary documents for application

  1. Depositor must be the owner – Only the owner of the gold or the rightful heir of the owner can get the benefits of the scheme. In case the original owner is dead, the rightful heir must produce the death certificate.
  2. Must be an Indian citizen – If any individual wants to deposit gold and get the benefits of this scheme, then he/she must be an Indian citizen and should reside in any state permanently.
  3. ID and address proof – Copies of Aadhar card and residential proof documents must be produced during registration.
  4. Registered trusts can participate – Some trust funds like the Mutual Funds or Exchange Traded Funds can also become registered depositors. It is compulsory for these rust funds to abide by the rules, which have been highlighted by SEBI.
  5. Charitable organizations can participate – Now, the scheme is also open to charitable organizations. It is mandatory for these organization to be registered, and must possess such documents to support their claims.
  6. Single owner or partnership firms can apply – If any single ownership company or a partnership organization has access to sufficient gold, then the scheme will allow the participation of such companies. They owner/owners must show proper registration documents and permits for successfully applying for the scheme.

How to deposit gold under the GMS?

  1. RBI has announced that eligible candidates can get this facility at all banks.
  2. The interested applicant must go to the nearest bank and ask for the details of the Gold Monitisation Scheme account.
  3. The depositor must bring the gold that he/she wishes to deposit under the scheme.
  4. The bank executive will accompany the candidate to the Collection and Purity Testing Centre.
  5. The gold will be tested for purity and an account will be opened in the name of the depositor.
  6. The deposited gold will then be sent to secure facility, where it will be purified and transformed in gold bars.
  7. These bars can be used for trade in the financial sector.
  8. Once this process is complete, the depositor will start getting the interest in his/her gold deposit account.

The scheme is relatively new, and the government has only started promoting it vigorously to attract interested applicants. In future, the RBI and central government can bring about new changes in the scheme to make it more lucrative for the people and depositors. Till date, only a few groups can deposit gold in the GMS, and attain the benefits. In time, the government can pave the path for the inclusion of other groups as well. We will continuously upload new details about this scheme as soon as the government makes an official announcement.


Jun 132019

BSF Pay Slip pay scale 7th pay commission

As per the recommendations of the new pay commission which is the 7th central pay commission drafted in the year 2015, the pay scales of all central govt. employees which includes paramilitary forces like BSF, ITBP, CRPF, etc. will also get hiked. In addition to the basic salary, there will also be a major hike in the grade pay as well as other incentives of the BSF personals. The govt. is keen to give the special allowances which were given only to the defence personals, to the paramilitary forces.

BSF pay scale pay slip 7th pay commission

  • Recent pay scales of BSF

As per the recent pay structures of the paramilitary forces in India, the employees of BSF are entitled to get their salary and other allowances as per the 6th pay commission. The existing pay commission was implemented from 2016 and the central govt. employees and the defence personals as well as the forces of paramilitary unit like BSF, CRPF, SSB, etc. were entitled to get salary and pension benefits as per the 6th CPC. After 10 years, the new CPC is formed and will be implemented from early 2016. The salaries and pension schemes will be restructured and the allowances will be modified in the 7th pay commission.

  • Pay scale of BSF Constables up to the rank of Asst. Sub Inspector

In The Border Security Force, the ranks of constables up to the rank of Asst. Sub Inspectors get their salary as per the Pay Band 1 of the pay commission. The pay band is between Rs. 5,200 – 20,200. But the Grade pay ranges from Rs. 1,800 to Rs. 2,800. This pay band will get modified in the new pay commission and the pay band will be Rs. 15,600 – 60,600. And the new grade pay of the Pay Band 1 is expected to range from Rs. 5,400 to Rs. 8,400. In this pay band, the ranks of Constable, head constable and Asst. Sub Inspector of BSF get their salary.

  • Pay scale of BSF Sub Inspector up to the rank of Subedar Major

For the servicemen and service women of BSF who are in the ranks of Sub Inspector and up to the ranks of Major (Subedar) are currently getting their salary as per the Pay Band 2 of the 6th pay commission. The pay band 2 of 6th CPC is Rs. 9,300 – 34,800 and the grade pay ranges from Rs. 4,200 to Rs. 4,800. However this pay band will also get restructured in the 7th CPC and the new pay band is expected to become Rs. 29,900 – 1,04,400 and this will attract a grade pay ranging from Rs. 12,600 to Rs. 16,200. Under this pay band, the ranks of Sub Inspector, Inspector and Subedar will get salary.

  • Pay scale of BSF Asst. Commandant up to the rank of Second in Command

The ranks of BSF’s Asst. Commandant and up to the rank of Second in Command, the personnel get their salary as per the pay band 3 of the 6th pay commission. The PB 3 of 6th CPC is Rs. 15,600 – 39,100. In addition to this, they get a grade pay ranging from Rs. 5,400 to Rs. 7,600. But after the pay scales get revised under the 7th pay commission, the 3rd pay band will become Rs. 46,800 – 1,17,300. And the grade pay accordingly will be increased and will range from Rs. 19,800 Rs. 22,800. Under this pay band, the ranks of Asst. Commandant, Deputy Commandant and Second in Command will get salary.

  • Pay scale of BSF Commandant up to the rank of Special Director General

From the rank of Commandant and upwards up to the rank of Special Director General of BSF, the officers receive salary under the Pay Band 4. The ranks in this pay band are Commandant, Deputy Inspector General, Inspector General, Additional Director General and Special Director General of BSF. Under the 6th pay commission pay scale, they get their salary under pay band of Rs. 37,400 – 67,000. And the grade pay ranges from Rs. 8,700 to Rs. 10,000. However, there will be a massive increase in this group under the 7th CPC. The new pay band 4 will be Rs. 1,12,200 – 2,00,100. And the grade pay will range from Rs. 26,100 to Rs. 30,000.

  • Apex Pay Scale of BSF

Officers of BSF of the rank of Deputy General use to get an apex scale salary of Rs. 80,000 per month under the old pay commission. This apex scale does not have any grade pay applicable. However, in the new 7th pay commission, this apex scale will also be revised and hiked. The apex scale is expected to be hiked up to Rs. 2.4 lakh under the 7th pay commission.

Pay scales of some distinct ranks of BSF as per the existing format of 6th Central Pay Commission:

Sl. No. Rank of BSF employee Pay Band of BSF employee (in Rs.) Grade Pay (in Rs.)
1 Constable 5,200 – 20,000 1,800
2 Asst. Sub Inspector 5,200 – 20,000 2,800
3 Sub Inspector 9,300 – 34,800 4,200
4 Major Subedar 9,300 – 34,800 4,800
5 Asst. Commandant 15,600 – 39,100 5,400
6 Commandant 37,400 – 67,000 8,700
7 DIG 37,400 – 67,000 8,900
8 IG 37,400 – 67,000 10,000
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CRPF Pay Slip Pay Scale 7th Pay Commission

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Jun 122019

CRPF Pay Slip Pay Scale 7th Pay Commission

CRPF is the largest police force in central armed police forces of India. In the 7th pay commission set in this financial year has declared the pay scale for the CRPF officers recently. According to the pay commission this year the pay scale for all the officers has increased immensely. However the hike in salary does not show up as much as other Government sectors do. Being the largest police force the officers are getting much lower salary than other Government employees. According to a survey that took place recently that CRPF is the only sector which has been grew sharply over the last 6-7 years. However the salary or pay scale didn’t grow as per the growth of the sector.

CRPF Pay Slip pay scale 7th pay commission

CRPF has 15 ranks in its department. These ranks are DG, SDG, ADG, IG, DIG, Commandant, second-in commandant, deputy commandant, assistant commandant, Subedar Major, inspector, sub inspector, assistant sub inspector, head constable and lastly constable. The 7th pay commission has declared salry hike for all these ranks in the current financial year.

  • Pay scale in different ranks:

As mentioned there are 15 ranks in the CRPF department and here we will discuss the pay scale for each rank.

  • Constable: Constable is the lowest rank in CRPF. Previously constables were getting salary up to 20,200/- which has now reached to 60,600/-.
  • Head Constable: HC is the second lowest rank in CRPF. Till last year the pay band for the HC were 5,200 to 20,200/- but now from this year onwards it will be 15,600 to 60,600/-.
  • Assistant sub-inspector: senior to head constable, assistant sub-inspectors were falling under the same pay scale like constable and HC. Like these two ranks assistant sub-inspectors are also expected to get paid up to 60,600/-.
  • Sub-inspector: The pay scale for the sub-inspectors has increased to 1, 04, 400/- to 34, 800/-. The lower limit of the pay scale has also hiked from 9, 300/- to 27, 900/-.
  • Inspector: Inspectors, like sub-inspectors also had pay band of 9,300 – 34,800/- which has tripled like others and reaches to 27,900 – 1, 04, 400/-.
  • Subedar Major: Same hike as Inspector, Subedar Major will also get up to 1, 04,400/- from the current financial year.
  • Assistant Commandant: Assistant Commandants had pay band 15,600 – 39,100/- which has now become 46,800 – 1, 17,300/-.
  • Deputy Commandant: Like assistant commandants, DCs will also get a pay band of 46,800/- to 1, 17,300/-.
  • Second-in Commandant: Second-in Commandant, one of the high positions in CRPF who used to have pay scale around 39,100/- will now be able to draw 1, 17,300/- this year onwards.
  • Commandant: Commandants are of course senior to the above mentioned commandants. These officers are special and fall under high pay scale. A commandant who used to have drawn up to 67,000/- salary which has become 2, 01,100/-.
  • DIG: Deputy Inspector General who used to get paid up to 67,000/- is now drawing salary of Rs. 2, 01,000/- per month.
  • IG: Inspector General Officers will now be living under the pay band of 1, 12,000/- to 2, 01,000/- which was as low as 37,400 – 67,000/-.
  • ADG: Additional Director General is one of the top police officers of the nation. Now a ADG will get up to 2, 25,000/- which was hiked from 79,000/-.
  • SDG: the second top position in the CRPF of India, Special Director General will fall under the pay band of Rs. 2, 25,00 to Rs. 2, 30,000 that is raised from 75,500/- to 80,00/- pay band.
  • DG: Finally the top position in CRPF, i.e., Director General whose salary is fixed at 2, 50,000/-. Previously it was 80,000/- which was also fixed.

All these are the old and new pay bands that the 7th pay commission has declared for the different ranks in CRPF. The new pay scale are the proposed scale and expected to materialise from this year.

Pay Slip:

The pay scale of the police officers under CRPF is expected to increase three times in this current fiscal year. It was proposed by the 7th pay commission, 2016. Now another issue that CRPF officers face while viewing their pay slip. It is not a simple task to get a pay slip for a CRPF officer. There are few steps that can lead you to the page from where you can see and download your pay slip online.

  • Step1: Visit the CRPF official website where you will get an employee login tab in the right side of the page.
  • Step2: Click on the link that says employee login and enter your login details such as username and password.
  • Step3: again in the home page of CRPF find and click on the link in the right side of the screen that says view pay.
  • Step4: the website will ask you to enter your login details just after clicking on the link view pay. Your user name is the CRPF / IRLA number that was given to you when you are being recruited. Enter that number in the place of username and enter your birthday in the form of ddmmyyyy (without any space or sign) in the place of the password and click on the ok button.
  • Step5: once you click on the OK button or press the Enter key on your keyboard you will be directed to your payment and salary details’ page where you can find your pay slip.
  • Step6: by default you will be directed to the current pay slip page. You can find any month’s pay slip by entering the month there and can view your pay slip.
  • Step7: you will get two options to save the document, download and the other one is print. You can download the document and keep the copy in your computer or you can directly print form the website and get a hard copy of your pay slip.

These are the few steps that will help you to view and download your pay slip from CRPF website. Additionally when you log in to the website and enter your portal you will get other news like payment tracking system, pension related issues and other IT related news.

There is another method that helps you to view and download your payslip is via sharepoint. Sharepoint is a way to get such documents. There is a direct link available at sharepoint through which you can directly reach the pay slip page and can easily download or print the required document. Sharepoint works smoothly in internet explorer browser.

Pay scale of CRPF officers – at a glance

Ranks Proposed Pay Band Proposed Grade Pay
Director General 2, 50,000/-
Special Director General 2, 25,000 – 2, 30,000
Assistant Director General 2, 10,000 – 2, 25,000
Inspector General 1, 12,000 – 2, 01,000 35,000
Deputy Inspector General 1, 12,000 – 2, 01,000 30,000
Commandant 1, 12,000 – 2, 01,000 26,100
Second-in Commandant 1, 12,000 – 2, 01,000 22,800
Deputy Commandant 46,800 – 1, 17,300 19,800
Assistant Commandant 46,800 – 1, 17,300 16,200
Subedar Major 27,900 – 1, 04,400 14,400
Inspector 27,900 – 1, 04,400 13,800
Sub-Inspector 27,900 – 1, 04,400 12,600
Assistant Sub-inspector 15,600 – 60,000 10,400
Head Constable 15,600 – 60,600 9,400
Constable 15,600 – 60,600 7,200

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Jan 142019

TCS [Tata Consultancy Services] Salary For Freshers

Tata Consultancy Services Limited, popularity known as the TCS is one of the well-known multinational companies that made its presence felt in the international Information Technology sector. TCS has its offices in around 46 countries. Natarajan Chandrasekaran is the Chairman of the organization, while plays the role of the MD and the CEO. TCS has been ventures in all sections of the information technology sector. This organization started operation in 1968. Since then, it has crossed several milestones and earned the top slot in the IT industry.

TCS Salary For Freshers

A company as vast and extended as TCS will not be able to churn out satisfactory revenue in the absence of competent employees. The company requires people from technical as well as non-technical backgrounds to take care of the daily business. Both freshers and professionals desire to become a part of this organization. Apart from professional satisfaction, you will also get multitudinous options to further your career. Another reason why people try to bag a job at TCS is due to the lucrative pay packages. Here is brief information that will help fresher attain an idea about how much they can make, if they succeeded in cementing their position in TCS as an employee.

Salary for software engineer

Name Of The Post Basic Annual Salary Bonus Amount Profit DisbuRsement Total Annual Pay
System Engineer (Information Technology) Rs. 285,765 to Rs. 525,230 Up to Rs. 130,465 Up to Rs. 75,460 Rs. 289,265 to Rs. 540,320
Software Developer Rs. 240,449 to Rs. 768,540 Rs. 4,016 to Rs. 93,865 Rs. 859 to Rs. 35,900 Rs. 241,700 to Rs. 745,463
Systems Engineer Rs. 310, 007 to Rs. 810,121 Up to Rs. 195,650 Rs. 14,758 to Rs. 62,308 Rs. 310,408 to Rs. 812,156
Senior Software Engineer Rs. 441,823 to Rs. 981,298 Up to Rs. 100,334 Rs. 4,950 to Rs. 116,356 Rs. 449,161 to Rs. 981,298

Salary according to qualification

Academic Degree Of The Employee Annual Salary Range (Median)
Computer Science (B. Sc) Rs 2.7 to Rs 10.5 lakh
Bachelor of Engineering (BE) Rs 3.0 to Rs 12.5 lakh
B.Tech or BT Rs 2.8 to Rs 9.25 lakh
Bachelor of Computer Application Rs 3.0 to Rs 12.0 lakh
MBA Rs 3.0 to Rs 15.0 lakh
BE or ECE Rs 3.0 to Rs 13.0 lakh
MCA Rs 3.5 to Rs 15.0 lakh
B.Tech in Information Technology Rs 3.0 to Rs 10.0 lakh
B.Tech in CSE Rs 3.0 to Rs 9.5 lakh
Graduation in B.A, B.Sc, or B.Com Rs 1.8 to Rs 11.5 lakh
MBA in Finance Rs 2.7 to Rs 13.7 lakh
Bachelor Degree in Arts RS 5.16 lakh
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science Rs. 3.75 lakhs

Salary according to experience

Professional Experience Of The Employee (in years) Average Pay Package
Less than 1 Rs. 314,491
1 to 4 Rs. 413,837
5 to 9 Rs. 749,789
10 to 19 Rs. 1,365,096
Above 20 Rs. 2,808,879

Salaries of employees in Information Technology department

Name of the post in IT department Average Monthly Salary
Senior Consultant Rs. 90200
Database Analyst Rs. 71300
Specialist Rs. 39300
Consultant Rs.133300 to   Rs 73800
Senior Specialist System Rs. 66700
Analyst Rs. 42900
Business Development Executive Rs. 30200
Associate Consultant Rs.112400
UX Designer Rs. 52000

Salaries of candidates at managerial scale

Name of the post Average Monthly Salary
Associate Manager Rs. 100800
Associate Project Manager Rs. 107300
Engagement Manager Rs. 147800
Group Manager Rs. 194300
SEO and Internet Marketing Manager Rs. 205700
Assistant General Manager Rs. 286700
Business Analyst Rs. 55700
Technical Lead Salary Rs. 78300
Deputy Manager Rs. 78700
Project Lead Rs. 85700

Salary difference according to location

According To City
Name Of The City Expected Annual Salary
Bangalore Rs. 565,563
Mumbai Rs. 501,459
Kolkata Rs. 520,018
Chennai Rs. 547,842
Pune Rs. 559,749
Gurgaon Rs. 490,018
Hyderabad Rs. 543,018
According To State
Name Of The State Expected Annual Salary
Gujarat Rs. 360,284
Maharashtra Rs. 472,787
Karnataka Rs. 455,973
Uttar Pradesh Rs. 413,615
Delhi Rs. 427,392
West Bengal Rs. 523,283
Tamil Nadu Rs. 427,883
Andhra Pradesh Rs. 406,359

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Pharmacists In India Salary And Perks

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Jan 142019

Pharmacists In India Salary And Perks

Earlier, the only place, where a pharmacist could get a job was at the drug store. With developments in health sector and medicine manufacturing industry, their career scope has increased significantly. Candidates who desire to work in this sector will have to prove their worth. The salary scale and perks will depend on the organization. Here are some details, which will come in handy in your quest.

Pharmacists In India Salary And Perks

Eligibility for pharmacists

  1. Degree or diploma in the field – To operate as a certified pharmacist, all interested applicants will have to apply for the Pharmaceutical Science courses. Applicants can opt for the degree or diploma course.
  2. Academic qualification – All applicants must pass their 12th standard education from a registered school. Only if they have this school passing certificate, they will be able to apply for a degree in Pharmaceutical Science programs.
  3. Official certification – Once the candidates pass the degree or diploma course with necessary marks, the Pharmacy Council of the nation offers them a certificate. After attaining this certificate, they will be able to work as a pharmacist in the chosen department.

Monthly salary of the pharmacists

The monthly salary of the professional will vary from one Indian state to another. The market reports suggest that a male pharmacist will get anything between Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 23,000 on a monthly basis. The monthly salary of a female pharmacist will range within Rs. 9000 and Rs. 20,000

Yearly salary of pharmacists

There is a salary disparity for male and female pharmacists. On an average, a male professional will make anything between Rs. 191,340 and Rs. 276,000 on an annual basis. On the other hand, a female professional will attain a yearly pay that ranges between Rs. 99,000 and Rs. 228,000

Other perks and benefits

The initial pay for pharmacists is not high. If you succeed in bagging a good job, with a reputed organization, then you will also attain additional perks. The bigger the company, better will be the benefits. Pharmacists are entitled to get yearly bonus. Apart from this, they will also attain medical benefits and insurance coverage. Some companies also offer extra allowance for leisure travel, after a certain span. These professionals can also earn a significant amount as commission.

State-wise salary scale

State Yearly Salary Scale
Delhi             Rs.  97,667 – Rs.  235,832
Karnataka             Rs.  99,000 – Rs. 228,000
Andhra Pradesh             Rs. 96,000 – Rs. 2,400,000
Kerala             Rs. 51,000 – Rs. 66,000

Sector-wise salary scale

Name Of The Sector Yearly Salary Scale
Healthcare Department Rs. 64,328 – Rs. 431,739
Internal Medicine Department Rs. 73,028 – Rs. 356,056
Pharmaceutical Department Rs. 62,384 – Rs. 320,229
Medical Services Rs. 68,879 – Rs. 511,063
Hospital Department Rs. 63,788 – Rs. 380,228

Salary scale as per organization size

Strength Of The Company Yearly Salary Scale
Within 10 and 40 employees Rs. 121,335 – Rs. 287,500
Within 200 and 599 employees Rs. 75,000 – Rs. 180,300

Role and responsibilities of pharmacist

  1. Dispensing medicine – Dispensing medicines is the primary responsibility of the pharmacist. When a customer approaches them with a prescription, these professionals offer the correct medicines.
  2. Compounding formulations – Pharmacists will also be able to compound drugs. They will be able to mix different medicinal compositions to create the accurate formula that uplift the patient’s health.
  3. Proper labeling – It is also the responsibility of the pharmacist to label the drugs properly. This includes specifying the time and amount of dosage. Laymen will benefit greatly from these details. Proper labeling eliminates the chances of wrong consumption of drugs.
  4. OTC medications – Sometimes people don’t want to see a doctor for minor ailments. Here, the pharmacists will come to their rescue. These individuals possess adequate knowledge about several drugs. Depending on the symptoms, pharmacists will be able to prescribe over the counter drugs to patients.
  5. Offer necessary guidance – If a patient is in need of some assistance or medical guidance, then he/she can approach the pharmacist. These professionals will be able to provide pertinent information about doctors and drugs.

Experienced pharmacists play an important part in the development of healthcare and wellbeing sector. Apart from this, pharmacists come in handy in medicine companies. They possess information, and can apply it to develop new medicinal formulations. Candidates with proper knowledge and experience will not have to toil hard to land themselves with jobs. There is also adequate scope for development in this field.

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Dec 202018

Credit Analysts Salary And Allowance

The successful running of any organization depends on several aspects. As all companies operate with the final goal of making monetary profits, they must concentrate on financial accounting. In recent past, a number of changes have taken place in the financial arena. As companies expend, they require the assistance of people who have knowledge and skills to analyze the financial data. It is here that the importance of Credit Analysts comes to the forefront. It is an essential post, as the professionals need to keep track of the organizations’ credit details.

Credit Analysts Salary And Allowance

Monthly salary of credit analysts

Recent financial reports highlight that the minimum monthly remuneration of any credit analyst will be as much as Rs. 40,000. The pay offered to these professionals depends on several factors as well. The pay policies of the organization and the overall experience of the candidate will also come in consideration.

Annual salary of credit analysts

The average annual pay of any credit analyst will range within Rs. 5 lakhs. According to market reports, the yearly minimum pay of any credit analyst will not be less than Rs. 2.2 lakhs. If you consider the additional perks of these professionals, then they may draw up a minimum of Rs. 2.4 lakhs as an annual remuneration. The maximum yearly pay of any professional, holding this post will draw Rs. 11 lakhs. The upper limit of this annual pay, along with extra benefits may reach an amount of Rs. 12 lakhs.

Other perks and benefits

Apart from the specified pay, individuals who occupy the post of a credit analyst are entitled to attain other benefits as well. The amount and types of benefits vary from one company to another. These professionals get yearly bonus, and travel allowances. Apart from this, they also attain insurance coverage, and medical benefits. Experienced professionals may also attain housing allowance. This will depend on the policy of the respective organization.

Salary offered by different organizations

Estimated monthly pay Estimated yearly pay Minimum yearly remuneration package Maximum yearly remuneration package Name of the organization
Rs. 62, 000 Rs. 7.5 lakhs Rs. 7 lakhs Rs. 8.5 lakhs Bank Of India
Rs. 80, 000 Rs. 10 lakhs Rs. 4.7 lakhs Rs. 15 lakhs Axis Bank
Rs. 40, 000 Rs. 4.7 lakhs Rs. 4 lakhs Rs. 5.1 lakhs MAGMA
Rs. 10, 000 Rs. 13 lakhs Rs. 8 lakhs Rs. 18 lakhs HSBC
Rs. 80, 000 Rs. 10 lakhs Rs. 3 lakhs Rs. 14 lakhs Fitch Rating
Rs. 55, 000 Rs. 7 lakhs Rs. 6.6 lakhs Rs. 8.1 lakhs Indus Bank

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Post Pay details


  1. Credit Controller
Monthly pay (average) – Rs. 35000

Yearly pay (average) – Rs. 4.5 lakhs

Minimum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 2.8 lakhs

Maximum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 6 lakhs



  1. Credit Manager
Monthly pay (average) – Rs. 45,000

Yearly pay (average) – Rs. 5.5 lakhs

Minimum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 4 lakhs

Maximum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 7.5 lakhs

  1. Credit Analyst Manager
Monthly pay (average) – Rs. 50,000

Yearly pay (average) – Rs. 7 lakhs

Minimum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 3.5 lakhs

Maximum pay package (yearly) – Rs. 11 lakhs

Roles and responsibilities of credit analysts

  1. Maintain credit records – Maintaining the credit details of an essential task. Misplacement or effort in credit data analysis may pave the path for the downfall of the organization. Credit experts will be able to collect and decode these details in an orderly fashion.
  2. Highlight credit-worthiness – Companies need to borrow money from the financial institutes, and market to smoothly run the operations. But none of the money lenders will instill their faith in company that has bad creditworthiness. It is the responsibility of credit analyst to ensure that the creditworthiness of the respective organization.
  3. Finance and accounting services – Apart from maintaining credit details, these professionals also find employment in the financial and accounting departments.
  4. Includes insurance services – Medium and established organization offer a number of medical and health insurance perks to their employees. Several credit experts are posted in this sector, to keep track of leisure and medical expenses.
  5. Other sectors of their activities – A person with the right set of skills will also get a job in the defense and aerospace sector. Apart from this, nondurable item manufacturing agencies also require the assistance of these professionals. Companies associated with the chemicals and biochemical industries will also be able to set their credit details straight with the assistance of experienced credit experts.

Earlier, all credit analysis related tasks were done manually. With the advent of several computer programs, it has become comparatively easy. But organizations require experienced and wise professionals to work with these programs. If you desire a lucrative career in the finance department, then credit analysis is an ideal opportunity.

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Dec 152018

Comptroller And Auditor General (CAG) Pay Scale, Salary And Perks

Comptroller and Auditor General, popularly known as the CAG of India is Constitutional body. It is mentioned in the Article 148 of Indian Constitution. This department looks after and audits all expenditures of both central and state authorities. Apart from internal audits, the CAG also has to take care of auditing requirements of such organizations, which are owned by the government. Public Accounts Committees and Committees on Public Undertakings depend on the reports, issued from the office of Comptroller And Auditor General. All tasks, which are taken up by the Indian Audit and Accounts Department, fall under the responsibility of the CAG. The post holder has to ensure that all audit reports are error free. Without the signature and seal of the officer, these reports will not hold any ground.

Comptroller And Auditor General Salary

Monthly salary of the CAG

Every appointed CAG receives Rs. 25,000 on a monthly basis. This monthly salary does not include additional perks.

Yearly salary of the CAG

The yearly salary that the Indian Comptroller And Auditor General receives is Rs. 300,000. The pay scale of the CAG and the judges of Supreme Court are same. All decisions, regarding the increase in the salary will be made by the special committee of the Indian Government.

Additional benefits and pension

Similar to the judge of Supreme Court, the CAG is also a salaried government employee. The person, holding this position will attain several additional benefits, offered by central government. He/she will attain monetary allowance for meeting daily transportation cost. They also attain housing and dearness allowances. Medical benefits, both during and after tenure also fall in this benefit list. Apart from this, the CAG will also attain a pension, after he/she retires from office.

Role and responsibility of CAG

  1. Maintains expenditure reports – The primary task of the Comptroller And Auditor General of India is to keep all expenditure related reports up to date. Auditing the accounts of every government department is a mammoth task. If falls on the shoulders of the Comptroller And Auditor General of India.
  2. Accounting and stock keeping – Keeping records of all government accounts, along with maintaining record of stocks are two other tasks that the CAG performs. These records make it easy to access the overall expenditure of the government departments.
  3. Keeps track of government companies – The central and the state government takes over several companies. There are other agencies, which are run by the authority since their inception. It is the responsibility of the CAG to audit the accounts of these companies, and submit reports,
  4. Details of corporations – Sometimes, Parliamentary laws pave the path for the formation of some corporations. These are done for the smooth operation of the legislation. CAG is plays the primary part in the creation of these corporations.
  5. Consolidated Fund details – Both the union and state authorities have their respective Consolidated Funds. Monetary grant, offered to several bodies come from this fund. The CAG must keep track of these grants, and submit reports accordingly.
  6. Government loan details – The central as well as the state government offers loans to government and private agencies. Keeping track of these loans, starting from the application to repayment, is the job of the CAG. In case of not payment of interest, the CAG can take necessary legal steps.
  7. Entrusted audits – Technical Guidance & Support or TGS has adequate provision for entrusted audits. These audits are carried out in the Panchayati Raj establishments and local bodies, which come under urban legislation. It is the responsibility of the CAG to prepare and maintain these reports.

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Dec 032018

Chief And Deputy Election Commissioner [Chief Electoral Officer] Salary And Allowance, Pension

The Election Commission is a department that has been vested with powers by the Indian Constitution. The department is placed under the charge of the Chief Election Commissioners. He is assisted by the Deputy Chief Election Commissioner to discharge his duties. Election Commission ensures that all elections take place freely. It also highlights and implements election rules, stated in the Constitution.

Chief Electoral Officer Salary

Monthly salary

The monthly salary of the Chief Election Commissioner of India is same as the judge of the Supreme Court. Any person, who is appointed as the Chief Election Commissioner will receive a monthly pay of Rs. 2.50 lakhs.

Yearly salary

All appointed Chief Election Commissioners get Rs. 3,000,000 on a yearly basis. This calculation has been done on the current monthly salary that a person with this designation is supposed to receive.

Additional perks and allowances

The chief and the deputy Election Commissioners are entitled to attain several additional benefits, offered by the central government. Apart from the monthly salary, these post holders will also attain a pension after they retire from the post. The pension will be 50% of the last drawn salary. After the death of the ex- ECs, the living spouse will receive a family pension as well. During their term in the office, both Chief and Deputy Election Commissioners receive housing and transportation allowance. These individuals have cars at their disposal at all times. They have personal security and office staffs. Apart from this, they are entitled to receive medical benefits, and leisure allowance.

Role and responsibility of the election commissioners

  1. Complementary role of chief and deputy ECs – Both the chief and the deputy election commissioners of the nation work as per the laws, highlighted in the Constitution. They are in charge of the Election Commission, and the tasks that the department undertakes. The main responsibility of the Deputy Election Commissioner is to help and advice Chief Election Commissioner in discharging his duties.
  2. Holding Presidential election – Both the chief and the deputy election commissioners have to play an important role in the election of the President of the country.
  3. Holding Parliamentary election – Holding all Parliamentary elections is another important duty of the Election Commissioners.
  4. Preparing electoral rolls – The Chief Election Commissioner must check all documents, to ensure that there are no errors in the final electoral rolls. He also highlights the duties of other officials, associated with the department.
  5. Checking the background of candidates – The Constitution has certain criteria that all electoral candidates have to fulfill, if they desire to contest in the elections. The Election Commission must check the applications, and scrutinize the backgrounds of electoral candidates.
  6. Constitutional delimitations – Demarcating the constitutions is an important task before the elections. This helps the department to take necessary actions for smooth operations before, during and after the actual polls. It is the duty of the election commissioner to demarcate these constitutions.
  7. Crafting necessary laws – It is also the responsibility of the Election Commissioners to ensure free and fair elections in every part of the country. In case stringent action is necessary, the department forms laws to ensure this practice.

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Nov 272018

Ward Councillor Salary in India And Allowance [Duties, Roles And Responsibilities] ward parshad ka kamai kya hain?

Governing a huge nation like India is not an easy task. There are clear demarcations in the democratic framework. The state government has its organizations in the grassroots levels. It helps the ruling political party form reforms for the betterment of the people. The post of a ward councilor is rather essential in the urban political scenario. This person must win the ward election, from his/her residential area. He/she must be actively associated with a political party.

Ward Councillor Salary

Salary of the ward councillor

Each state government plays a direct part in specifying the overall monthly pay of the elected ward councillor. Depending on the laws, enforced in respective states, the ward councillor will get anything between Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000 on a monthly basis. Accordingly, the yearly pay of the councillor will not be more than Rs. 240,000.

Additional allowances of the ward councillor

All elected ward councillor are entitled to receive some additional allowances. The salary of the ward councilor is not uniform in all Indian states. The ruling state government has the power to make amendments in the salaries and other perks of these councillor. In addition to the monthly salaries, these elected members will receive meeting allowances. The state governments allot anything between Rs. 300 to Rs. 500 for each meeting. The state government may sanction extra funds to meet emergency situations in the respective ward.

Roles and responsibilities of ward councillor

  1. Development of the area – It is not possible for the state ministers to keep track of what is happening in all bocks. It is here that the importance of the ward councillor comes to the forefront. The development of the ward is the first and most important responsibility of the elected ward councilor.
  2. Ensuring better facilities – Betterment of health services, education, water and power supply, roads and sanitation are necessary obligations of the councilor. Only a competent councilor will be able to offer such facilities for all.
  3. Eliminating problems – Apart from highlighting the issues, which the ward residents face, it is the responsibility of the councilor to come up with effective solutions. If he/she fails to pave the path for the development of the area, then people will replace him/her with another person.
  4. Liaison with other governmental departments – It is also the duty of the ward councilor to bridge the gap between the people and the higher authoritative levels. These ward councillor also inform elected senior leaders about the condition of the residents.
  5. Policy development – Finally, another responsibility of the ward councillor is to ensure that people in their ward don’t face any problems. For this, he/she must take part in necessary policy development.

The elected ward councillor will also be entitled to receive travel allowances within the state. These individuals will also receive monetary allowances for paying their landline telephone bills. After the end of tenure, the councillor can opt for reelection.

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