Saturday, August 17, 2013

Likely salary of Bank Officers, Clerks and Substaffs after 10th BPS

A popular website for bankers has published a likely chart of salary for Bank employees after 10th bipartite. The website has proven itself as a genuine, unbiased forum for the bankers and most of it's prediction has proven correct in the past. Mr Rajesh Goyal has done a laborious research to derive the likely chart for all bankers. The website desires to spread the news for the benefit of bank employees and we took the opportunity to inform it to our viewers.
As per the estimated chart (The links are provided below), the officers will get an increase in Basic Pay and D.A to the tune of Rs 6930 to Rs 24662, depending upon their existing scale of pay. The Clerks will be benefited between Rs 3375 and Rs 11,887. Substaffs will get a hike in the range of Rs 2736 to Rs 6730.
Click here the detailed chart for Officers
Click here for the detailed chart for Clerk and Substaff
It may be remembered that it is only an estimation of increase and other allowances do not form part of this calculation.

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