Salary of an IAS officer[Updated]
Salary of an IAS officer is frequently asked question to us.Even though salary is secondary to Quality service,most aspirants wish to know that first. So here we are planning to explain the salary of IAS officer after 7th pay commission.
SALARY OF IAS after 7th pay commission
As per the 7th PC, when an officer joins the service as an Officer Trainee (OT/Probationer), he or she is supposed to get –
- Rs. 56100 [Level 10 in Pay matrix of 7th PC which is equivalent to Rs 21000 (EP) and Rs 5400 Grade Pay of 6th PC)]; (at the time of writing this there is DA of 4% as well).
- But an officer trainee gets less than this amount during his training in the Academy (LBSNAA), Mussoorie because the Academy is essentially paying the probationers on behalf of their state cadres and pays it in the manner of a ‘stipend of sorts’ (The pay arrears are paid by the state governments to the officers when the officers join their states for district training one year later.)
Immediately after 2 years of training an IAS officer is entitled to get -Rs 57800 ( an increase from Rs 56100 which one got during training, taking into account the seniority).
Detailed SALARY Based on service & promotions
Junior Scale: Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,50,000 along with grade pay of Rs 16,500
Senior Time Scale: Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,50,001 along with grade pay of Rs 20,000
Junior Administrative Grade: Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,50,002 along with grade pay of Rs 20,000
Selection Grade: Rs 1,00,000 to Rs 2,00,000 along with grade pay of Rs 26,000
Super Time Scale: Rs 1,00,000 to Rs 2,00,000 along with grade pay of Rs 30,000
Above Super Time Scale: Rs 1,00,000 to Rs 2,00,000 along with grade pay of Rs 30,000
Apex Scale: Rs 12,25,000 (fixed)
Cabinet Secretary Grade: Rs 12,25,000 (fixed)
Total Salary = Basic Pay + DA + HRA + TA
Think Beyond salary;
Of course, the IAS/IPS/IRS post needs rewards for all the hard work you did. The government should pay you well to have a decent living, but the perks and allowances should never be the attraction for aiming for Civil Services. As the name suggests, it is a service for the nation.Join with dream to serve nation for a better tomorrow.
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