What are the different SSC CGL publications? Please give a short description about the job profile, salary, vacancy, etc.

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Julissa Kidd



What are the different SSC CGL publications? Please give a short description about the job profile, salary, vacancy, etc.

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2019 SSC CGL salary (available and later) after the 7th pay commission: SSC and rail

Starting with the disclaimer, I have never prepared for state utilities. I will write based on the criticism I have received from my friends and family who work in state government through PCS.

Like SSC CGL, State PCS also offers a variety of publications. Since you are asking me to compare them to 4600GP post, I will take the best PCS post to compare as SDM and DSP. Below is the comparison: -

Salary: The salary for the top state PCS positions is slightly more than the SSC CGL 4600 GP position. The reason is that central government employees get more financial benefits than state government employees. Bu

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Starting with the disclaimer, I have never prepared for state utilities. I will write based on the criticism I have received from my friends and family who work in state government through PCS.

Like SSC CGL, State PCS also offers a variety of publications. Since you are asking me to compare them to 4600GP post, I will take the best PCS post to compare as SDM and DSP. Below is the comparison: -

Salary: The salary for the top state PCS positions is slightly more than the SSC CGL 4600 GP position. The reason is that central government employees get more financial benefits than state government employees. But since the PCS top post is 5400 GP, it somehow balances out with the 4600 GP SSC CGL posts. But the advantages of the main PCS publications are unmatched, such as Car, Driver, Cook, Bunglow, etc., which are not included in the amount credited each month by the government, that is, the salary.

Balance between work and personal life: it depends from one section to another and from one department to another. For example, the SI post of SSC CGL on CBI is a very busy job. On the other hand, ASOs in different ministries are not that hectic. In PCS, SDM, and DSP state it's hectic work, while some other posts are normal. Still, I would say that SSC CGL will be better in this regard.

Frequency of transfers: it also depends on one organization to another and on your history with your seniors. If you have a good relationship with your seniors, you can expect fewer transfers. Although transfers in SSC CGL are minor compared to State PCS, State PCS has other benefits. Here you will only be transferred within your state while SSC CGL offers a position in the central government. It could be transferred to any part of the country. If not in the early years, after becoming a Group A official.

Promotional reach - I guess it's slow on both jobs. Although SSC CGL can offer you 3-4 long-term promotions, State PCS is stagnant in most states. You can expect a maximum of 2 promotions in your lifetime. There may be some states where the promotion is very fast. It is generally observed to be slower than the central government. Here, SSC CGL is a clear winner in comparison.

Respect in Society: If you compare the top positions, the most prestigious job SSC CGL offers is Income Tax Inspector or Deputy CBI Inspector. Even these publications cannot match the respect that SDM receives from a district. So this point clearly goes to the state PCS.

VERDICT - In general, I would say that if you want more authority and want to stay in your state for your entire life, choose PCS. If you want more relaxed life and roam the country, opt for CGL. There are many Ifs and Buts associated with previous statements, but I am trying to give you a general opinion.

If I had the chance, I would go for this 👆👆

NOTE: There are multiple states, therefore answering this question is difficult as each state's scenario may be different from another state, but I have tried to give you the general scenario for all states.

DISCLAIMER - Views are personal. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

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I don't know where this 80% figure came from, but some of the reasons for dissatisfaction could be:

  1. Posting in a non-home state - This is the biggest cause for dissatisfaction as most vacancies will be in West and South India. The reason is that there is a large population and that also with a great madness for the government. Jobs in North India. Also, I can't talk about this for sure, but HR management in most departments in North India is pretty bad, resulting in vacancies not being reported, delays in promotions, delays on incorporation, etc.
  2. Subordination- In Govt. Hallways, Protocol, 'Yes sir' attitude and
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I don't know where this 80% figure came from, but some of the reasons for dissatisfaction could be:

  1. Posting in a non-home state - This is the biggest cause for dissatisfaction as most vacancies will be in West and South India. The reason is that there is a large population and that also with a great madness for the government. Jobs in North India. Also, I can't talk about this for sure, but HR management in most departments in North India is pretty bad, resulting in vacancies not being reported, delays in promotions, delays on incorporation, etc.
  2. Subordination- In Govt. Corridors, Protocol, attitude of 'Yes, Lord' and a clear Class distinction between the Holy Angels who descended from heaven (UPSC) and all others (SSC, Contractrual Personnel, etc.) is paramount.
  3. Transfers: even after obtaining the home state, one cannot be sure of the home district publication and transfers can be frequent in the 'public interest'.
  4. Accommodation - Imagine being sent to a city like Mumbai or Bangalore and earning an HRA of around 8-12K and even though one is entitled to the government. Accommodation, but it is rarely available in the big cities where it is most needed. In smaller towns, one can get Govt. Accommodation, but mostly that will look like remnants of the Mughal Empire.
  5. Transportation: there is a transportation allowance that will be sufficient if traveling on two wheels. Cars generally remain parked at home covered with the free cover that is generously offered while negotiating in the Showroom.
  6. Office Infrastructure - Generally in a very sorry state. Most IT furniture and equipment must have been purchased when it was at its sixth standard and repairing anything is a difficult task as it requires a lot of bureaucratic file movement.
  7. Fieldwork: For Mommy's Babes and Babies who wish to stay in full air conditioning in the scorching May / June summers, prepare to travel by eating dust under the golden sun or nights out during search, investigation, election service, etc. .

PS: All of the above are general and personal observations. They are bound to differ from place to place.

ExaminerExaminer is an inspector position. If you can publish at headquarters, you have to do administrative or archive-related work. If he / she can post in the field, he / she has to do executive work like examining the imported or exported goods and assessing the tariff on that. In this job, the uniform is not mandatory.

The first promotion in this job is as Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner. One can get the first promotion in this job after completing three years of service. The examiner position is considered the best of all CGLE positions.

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ExaminerExaminer is an inspector position. If you can publish at headquarters, you have to do administrative or archive-related work. If he / she can post in the field, he / she has to do executive work like examining the imported or exported goods and assessing the tariff on that. In this job, the uniform is not mandatory.

The first promotion in this job is as Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner. One can get the first promotion in this job after completing three years of service. The examiner position is considered the best of all CGLE positions. One of the main reasons is the faster promotions compared to the other CGLE posts. This post is primarily for coastal regions.

All candidates are advised to fill this position on their first or second preference.

CSS wizard

Note that this is the lowest position in the Central Clerk Services. Mainly office work can be done; such as typing, annotating, writing, and file-related work. The typing test will be conducted by SSC for this test. The best suitable position for female candidates and people who want to work in Delhi.

Non-corrupt work, no income under the table, New Delhi post in various ministries, one can get power once he reaches the level of undersecretary.

A CSS Assistant can be promoted to the following position - SO (Official Officer of Group B) in two ways: one by taking the departmental exam and passing it, which will be carried out after 05 years of service so that after 06 years one can get your first promotion. Second, you can usually get a promotion after 10 years of service.

All candidates who prefer to work in Delhi only fill this position as their first preference.

Promotions in wizard in CSS:

1. Section Officer (Group B Gazette Officer) (Grade payment: 4,800 rupees).

2. Section Officer (Group A Gazette Officer) (Grade payment: Rs 5,400). After completing 4 years of service on GP 4,800.

3. Undersecretary (grade salary - 6,600). Based on performance and available vacancies.

4. Undersecretary (grade salary: Rs 7,600). Based on performance and available vacancies.

5. Director (degree pay: Rs 8,700). It is seldom possible for participants through SSC.

Preventive officer

The preventive officer is an inspector position. If someone posted at Headquarters has to do administrative or file-related work. If one can gamble in the field (airport / coast) then they have to do executive work such as prevention of smuggling, assessment of customs duties on merchandise, can arrest, seize, search, detain, etc. in any kind of smuggling doubt. , etc. Duty is round the clock, which means shift work both day and night. A uniform is mandatory with Ashoka Stambha with 2 yellow stripes.

The first promotion in this job is to Superintendent (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner. One can get the first promotion in this job after completing eight years of service after passing the departmental exam. The promotion period differs from one zone to another since there is a zone antiquity. This post is primarily for coastal regions.

All candidates are encouraged not to fill this position in their first or second preference, but keep this position less than 10 o Income Tax Inspector

An income tax inspector can generally be placed in either of two types of entries that are transferable on a cyclical basis. Jobs related to tax settlement or non-tax settlement. When you are in an appraisal position, you are supposed to see work related to the appraisal of income tax that will be imposed on an individual, partnership, business, etc. and return of the same in case someone has deposited in excess. It also has to do with work related to TAX DEDUCTION AT THE SOURCE (TDS) in addition to accompanying a raid team. An ITI in a non-assessment seat generally has to do clerical work, although they might also be asked to accompany a raid team.

The first promotion in this job is as Income Tax Officer (Group B office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner. One can get the first promotion in this job after completing eight years of service after passing the departmental exam. The promotion period differs from one zone to another since there is a zone antiquity. The additional advantage of this publication is that one can be entitled to 30 liters of gasoline if they are placed in the evaluation seat. You also get a sim from the department where all STD calls on each type of BSNL / MTNL phone are free; and 400 minutes on other phones. This is an all over India posting job.

All candidates are advised to fill out this preferred position list before or near the preventive officer.

Central inspector of excise duties

The central excise inspector is an inspector position. If someone posted at Headquarters has to do administrative or file-related work. If one can post in the field, one has to do executive work like central consumption and service tax increase, etc., tax evasion detection, etc. Wearing the uniform (khaki) is optional.

The first promotion in this job is to Superintendent (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner. One can get the first promotion in this job after completing eight years of service after passing the departmental exam. The promotion period differs from one zone to another since there is a zone antiquity. This is an all over India posting job.

All candidates are encouraged to fill out this preferred position list near the preventive officer.

Assistant in MEA and Assistant (Cypher) in MEA

This is the most sought after position at CGLE due to overseas posting and many other lucrative facilities such as children's education, accommodation, etc. and a very good salary of more than 1 lakh per month. But one can be stationed in countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria too; but there is nothing to fear in this regard, as by sending one to another country to publish, you are given some options for the necessary publications and publish according to those options preferably. You also have to live in the consulate area so that you are not afraid of outsiders abroad. If you choose one of the countries mentioned, you are given 50% more salary and your stay there is counted as DOUBLE; it means that you have to serve there for a year and a half, which is counted as three years. Cyphor Asst. it's a bit different from Asst. (general) because they also have to perform the task of encoding and decoding some highly confidential language. Cypher also has night shifts and has to work for 6 days. A system of 2 days off and 2 days will be night shift, so there is no fixed Saturday or Sunday off.

An Assistant (General) is supposed to be posted generally 3 years in India and 3 years abroad and so on during their tenure in service, while an Assistant (Cypher) is assigned 3 years in India and 6 years in the foreigner and so on.

An encryption assistant receives more positions abroad than a general assistant, but the chances of promotion are better in the general assistant. In MEA the possibilities of promotion are very minor and it is possible to rise to the level of Undersecretary (USA). You can be promoted to the next position in two ways: first, directly after 15-17 years and second after approximately 8 years of service after passing the departmental exams.

Candidates who prefer a position abroad and a good salary can rank first or second on the preference list.

Deputy Enforcement Officer

The Assistant Enforcement Officer is an inspector position. If someone posted at Headquarters has to do administrative or file-related work. If one can post in the field, then one has to do executive work such as preventing money laundering, conducting searches for suspicious persons, means of transportation and premises, and confiscating incriminating materials (including the Indian and foreign currencies involved), to arrest and prosecute those suspected of being involved in the act of money laundering, etc. The service is 24 hours a day, which means that the job is day and night.

There are ten zonal offices of the Directorate in Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai. The Zonal Offices are headed by the Deputy Directors.

The Directorate has eleven Sub Zonal Offices in Bhubaneswar, Calicut, Guwahati, Indore, Jaipur, Jalandhar, Madurai, Nagpur, Patna, Srinagar and Varanasi, which are headed by the Deputy Directors.

The first promotion in this job is as Execution Officer (Group-B Gazetted office), then deputy director, deputy director, and finally director. There is no fixed promotion period and it depends purely on area to area and job openings.

The position of Deputy Inspector CBI has a remuneration of 4,200 RS. but his salary is almost equal to the total salary for degree salary of Rs 4,600 as CBI executive staff are entitled to an additional 25% in BASIC PAY + DA and on top of that salary of 13 months instead of 12 months year.

This is supposed to be a very powerful and influential post due to the nature of the work. Any IT inspector / examiner or any other central government employee will vouch for the fact that CBI is a highly feared organization. Can't say about top bureaucracy like IAS etc, but for mid and low level officers, once they get under the scanner, it is very difficult to escape.

Life at CBI is stressful due to the heavy workload and deadlines there. The duration of the training is 32 weeks in Ghaziabad and includes physical training as well as training on criminal law and anti-corruption.

It is a very busy job in general, the work extends beyond the usual working hours, as one has to work until 8 or 9 pm. Usually on Saturdays, if the workload is higher, work continues as usual; although Sundays are saved. Also in some branches like Special Crime, etc., the work involves traveling a bit, especially in the early years. The nature and hours of work also differ from branch to branch and from place to place. Some branches have less workload, so staff can take it easy. No uniform is required.

Sub-inspectors in CBI or any other rank holders in CBI generally do not own a revolver / pistol. In very few cases, when a search is to be carried out in some dangerous places, weapons are handed over to the personnel. CBI officers themselves are not interested in carrying weapons.

Candidates are advised to fill this position as desired, but keep it close. Male candidates are recommended to fill this position in close proximity to the central excise inspector.

Post Inspector

Each postal division has a Post Inspector in its office. Each district has two or more divisions. This is the worst position offered by SSC with a salary of 4200. An obligation of the Postal Inspector is to sell Postal Life Insurance with a fixed objective.

This job is not suitable for female candidates. Male candidates are encouraged to place this post in the last column of the interview post when completing the SSC post preference.

Auditor

The auditor position is the best position among all non-interview positions. The auditors are hired from the CAG and CGDA departments. Office work of 08 hours and work work of 05 days. In this job one can have enough time for additional preparations like UPSC, etc. Regarding promotion, this job is offered by SSC through CGL.

One will get the first promotion to Senior Auditor (4200 grade pay) after 3 years of service. You will also have the opportunity to earn the AAO ppst (Gazette post) after passing the departmental SAS exam after 2 more years of service. All candidates are encouraged to fill this position at the top of the preference list without interviews.

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Thanks for the A2A. :)

Points in favor of IT companies:

  1. If a better salary is your only concern, opt for an IT company. You will bypass almost all CGL employees (who joined at the same time as you) within 7-8 years only if you work hard.
  2. If you have no problem working 10 hours a day, go for it. This is subjective, some projects have a lower amount of work, but in most cases it increases with experience.
  3. An aura of positivity - Most people are upbeat and clean everywhere.
  4. All IT companies have a centralized CA system, but many government offices do not.
  5. Competitive environment
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Thanks for the A2A. :)

Points in favor of IT companies:

  1. If a better salary is your only concern, opt for an IT company. You will bypass almost all CGL employees (who joined at the same time as you) within 7-8 years only if you work hard.
  2. If you have no problem working 10 hours a day, go for it. This is subjective, some projects have a lower amount of work, but in most cases it increases with experience.
  3. An aura of positivity - Most people are upbeat and clean everywhere.
  4. All IT companies have a centralized CA system, but many government offices do not.
  5. Competitive environment.
  6. The ability to switch to a well-paying company if you have the talent. One can easily manage a 30 percent raise.
  7. You can grow as a person as you are obligated to work and you must respect all employees regardless of their position in the organization. All are equal.

Points related to SSC CGL employees:

  1. A much better personal life.
  2. The amount of respect and prestige is much higher in this case.
  3. Work-life balance would be a hundred times better for most (not all) posts.
  4. Salary and promotions are slow. The hikes are also not comparable to those of IT employees, as they keep changing.
  5. The work environment would not be anywhere near that of IT companies. IT companies are excellent in this case.
  6. You don't have to work very hard all your life. Life would be so much better after age 45, when IT companies often start looking for excuses to fire their employees.
  7. No compulsion to make fake friends.

My advice is to join the IT firm as you haven't aged much. Study 2 to 3 hours a day with work. You will pass the exam with the work if it is consistent. ATB!

SSC CGL is a combined exam for 30 positions Details of SSC cgl publications with promotion and publications-

1-Inspector Examiner (CBEC) -

  • Group B - Pay Grade 4600 (office and field work, posting in coastal regions, good promotion opportunities).
  • The examiner is an inspector position.
  • If you can publish at headquarters, you have to do administrative or archive-related work.
  • If you can post in the field, you need to do executive work like examining the imported or exported goods and assessing the duty on that.
  • In this job the uniform is not mandatory.
  • The first promotion in this job is as Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted office), then
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SSC CGL is a combined exam for 30 positions Details of SSC cgl publications with promotion and publications-

1-Inspector Examiner (CBEC) -

  • Group B - Pay Grade 4600 (office and field work, posting in coastal regions, good promotion opportunities).
  • The examiner is an inspector position.
  • If you can publish at headquarters, you have to do administrative or archive-related work.
  • If you can post in the field, you need to do executive work like examining the imported or exported goods and assessing the duty on that.
  • In this job the uniform is not mandatory.
  • The first promotion in this job is as Appraiser (Group-B Gazetted office), then Assistant Commissioner, then Deputy Commissioner, and finally Commissioner.
  • 2-Assistant (encrypted) Ministry of Foreign Affairs -
  • Group B - Pay Grade 4600 (office work, post in Delhi and post abroad for 06 years, also night screening work)
  • It is one of the most sought after assistant positions under SSC-CGL.
  • 3 - CSS Assistant: -Central Secretariat Services
  • Note that this is the lowest position in the Central Clerk Services.
  • Mainly office work can be done; such as typing, annotating, writing, and file-related work.
  • The typing test will be conducted by SSC for this test.
  • The best suitable position for female candidates and people who want to work in Delhi.
  • Non-corrupt work, no income under the table, New Delhi post in various ministries, one can get power once he reaches the level of undersecretary.
  • Income Tax Inspector: -
  • An income tax inspector can generally be placed in either of two types of entries that are transferable on a cyclical basis.
  • Jobs related to tax settlement or non-tax settlement.
  • When you are in an appraisal position, you are supposed to see work related to the appraisal of income tax that will be imposed on an individual, partnership, business, etc. and return of the same in case someone has deposited in excess.
  • Central inspector of excise duty: publication details -SSC cgl
  • The central excise inspector is an inspector position.
  • If someone posted at Headquarters has to do administrative or file-related work.
  • If one can post in the field, one has to do executive work like raising the central tax on consumption and service, etc., detecting tax evasion, etc.
  • Wearing the uniform (khaki) is optional.
  • Deputy Enforcement Officer: -SSC cgl job details
  • The Assistant Enforcement Officer is an inspector position.
  • If someone posted at Headquarters has to do administrative or file-related work.
  • If one can post in the field, then one has to do executive work like preventing money laundering, conducting searches for suspicious persons, means of transportation and premises and seizing incriminating materials (including the Indian and foreign currencies involved), arresting and prosecute persons suspected of being involved in the act of money laundering, etc.
  • Deputy Inspector at CBI: –Details of SSC cgl publications
  • The position of Deputy Inspector CBI has a remuneration of 4,200 RS. but his salary is almost equal to the total salary for degree salary of Rs 4,600 as CBI executive staff are entitled to an additional 25% in BASIC PAY + DA and on top of that salary of 13 months instead of 12 months year.
  • Life at CBI is stressful due to the heavy workload and deadlines there.
  • The duration of the training is 32 weeks in Ghaziabad and includes physical training as well as training on criminal law and anti-corruption.
  • 8-Publications Inspector: -SSC cgl publication details
  • Each postal division has a Post Inspector in its office.
  • Each district has two or more divisions.
  • This is the worst position offered by SSC at the 4200 salary grade.
  • A duty of the Post Inspector is to sell postal life insurance with a fixed objective
  • Auditor: -SSC cgl publication details
  • The auditor position is the best position among all non-interview positions.
  • The auditors are hired from the CAG and CGDA departments.
  • Office work of 08 hours and work work of 05 days. In this job, one can have enough time for additional preparations like UPSC, etc.
  • 10-Postal Inspector: details of SSC cgl publications
  • The Post Inspector (IP) is published as Subdivisional Inspector or IP-PG (Public Complaint).
  • He / she is in charge of approximately 60-70 post offices within his subdivision.
  • In this article, he / she is the GDS nominating authority (Gramin Dak sevaks and conducts their interview).
  • Two mail superintendents assist him in his work.
  • 11 -Inspector and deputy inspector of the Central Narcotics Office
  • Central Office of Narcotics Works mainly: Superintendency of licit opium poppy cultivation in India.
  • Licensing for the manufacture of synthetic narcotic drugs in accordance with Rule 7 of the NDPS Rules, 1985
  • Publishing areas: Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan only

CBN Inspector Post:

  • CBN Deputy Inspector Position:
  • An opium division comprises an average of 4-5 ranges.
  • A deputy inspector from the Opium Division is in charge of a field.
  • Their main duty is to conduct area survey of all authorized fields, to ensure that poppy is not grown without a license.
  • It caters to all other related functions in its range.
  • At the time of weigh-in, the Deputy Inspector assists the DOO and assists in other assigned work related to the procurement of opium and the shipment of the opium shipment to the government. Opium factories, etc.
  • 12- Deputy Inspector in the National Research Agency -SSC cgl details of the publications
  • The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is a federal agency established by the Indian government to combat terrorism in India.
  • It acts as the Central Law Enforcement Agency against Terrorism.
  • The agency is empowered to deal with terrorism-related crimes in all states without special permission from the states.
  • The Agency was created with the enactment of the National Investigation Agency Act 2008 by the Parliament of India on December 31, 2008.
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1. A successful candidate on the SSCCGL exam joins level 7 on the VIIth CPC pay scale. Level 7 starts from (entry grade basic salary) Rs. 44,900 / - pm

2. The candidate's salary will vary according to the type of city where he is assigned. In metropolitan cities (Class-X), said employee will receive a maximum HRA of 24% of the Basic Payment (if they do not accept government housing). In Class Y cities, a candidate will earn an HRA at a rate of 16% of the Basic Payment. In Class-Z locations (in rural areas), the HRA is 8% of the Basic Payment. But generally qualified candidates for SSCCGL are not posted on r

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1. A successful candidate on the SSCCGL exam joins level 7 on the VIIth CPC pay scale. Level 7 starts from (entry grade basic salary) Rs. 44,900 / - pm

2. The candidate's salary will vary according to the type of city where he is assigned. In metropolitan cities (Class-X), said employee will receive a maximum HRA of 24% of the Basic Payment (if they do not accept government housing). In Class Y cities, a candidate will earn an HRA at a rate of 16% of the Basic Payment. In Class-Z locations (in rural areas), the HRA is 8% of the Basic Payment. But generally speaking, SSCCGL qualified candidates are not sent to rural areas.

3. The salary would also move up after the increase in the DA rate. The current DA rate is 9% of the base salary. DA increases twice a year. Another 3% DA is due in January 2019 (although it has yet to be announced).

4. In addition, the newly hired employee will receive the transportation allowance. The transportation allowance fee for tier 7 in the larger cities is Rs. 3600 / - + DA (currently 9%). In smaller areas, the fee is Rs. 1800 / - + DA.

Therefore, a newly appointed candidate posted in metropolitan cities will receive the following salary on the date: -

Basic payment: Rs. 44 900 / - + DA Rs. 4041 / - + HRA Rs. 10776 / - + Transportation allowance Rs 3824 / - = Total salary: Rs. 63541 / -

Yes ! You can also get an A grade position through SSC CGL, but only if you get promoted in a couple of years.

And specifically if you are selected as AAO, you can be promoted to CEO (Group A) if you have maintained a good service record throughout your career, then there are ample opportunities to get promoted to CAG Deputy Director or Director, which is a position of Class I (Grade-'A '). This position is generally filled by candidates who have passed the UPSC Civil Services Exam.

Now, you can see that this SSC post gives you immense exposure to your career starting a

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Yes ! You can also get an A grade position through SSC CGL, but only if you get promoted in a couple of years.

And specifically if you are selected as AAO, you can be promoted to CEO (Group A) if you have maintained a good service record throughout your career, then there are ample opportunities to get promoted to CAG Deputy Director or Director, which is a position of Class I (Grade-'A '). This position is generally filled by candidates who have passed the UPSC Civil Services Exam.

Now, you can see that this SSC position gives you immense exposure to your career starting as a 'B' grade officer and working your way up to the IAS level position. After that, you will be promoted like the other IAS officers used to be.

ASO can be promoted to assistant secretary

ITI can also be promoted to income tax commissioner

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The salary is calculated like this:

Verify the payment of qualifications

Check the row just below the grade payment. That is your basic salary.

Add DA. It is currently 17%.

Deduct 10% of (Basic + DA) towards NPS

Add HRA: Depends on the city of publication. In Delhi, it's 24% Basic.

Add TA: Transportation Allowance: 3600+ DA in 3600 if destined in one of the 19 cities ranked for highest TA, plus 1800+ DA in 1800

CGHS Subscription Deduction: 650 / -

plus some other assignments.

So if you take the ASO post and post in Delhi, then the calculation will be as follows:

Grade payment: 4600 / -

Basic: 44900 / -

DA: 7,633 / -

Deduction towards NPS: -

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The salary is calculated like this:

Verify the payment of qualifications

Check the row just below the grade payment. That is your basic salary.

Add DA. It is currently 17%.

Deduct 10% of (Basic + DA) towards NPS

Add HRA: Depends on the city of publication. In Delhi, it's 24% Basic.

Add TA: Transportation Allowance: 3600+ DA in 3600 if destined in one of the 19 cities ranked for highest TA, plus 1800+ DA in 1800

CGHS Subscription Deduction: 650 / -

plus some other assignments.

So if you take the ASO post and post in Delhi, then the calculation will be as follows:

Grade payment: 4600 / -

Basic: 44900 / -

DA: 7,633 / -

Deduction for NPS: - 5253 / -

HRA: 10,776 / -

TA: 4212 / -

Deduction towards CGHS: 650 / -

Total: 61,618 / -

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