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Salary of

Government
Officials in India
Salaries of Government Ministers, Government Officers, Constitutional Functionaries, Armed
Forces Officers, Judges, Members of Parliament in India
Position in
Indian Salary per
Post Remarks
Order of month
Precedence

₹500,000
+ Other allowances fixed to
1 President (US$7,500) (per
President of India.
month)[1][2]

₹400,000
+ Other allowances fixed to
2 Vice-President (US$6,000) (per
Vice President of India
month)[3]

₹160,000
(US$2,400)
monthly
(includes salary + Other allowances for the
3 Prime Minister
received as a Prime Minister of India.
Member of
Parliament in
Lok Sabha)

₹350,000 + Other allowances fixed


4 Governors of States
(US$5,200)[4] for Governors of States.

₹280,000 + Other allowances fixed


6 Chief Justice
(US$4,200) for Chief Justice of India.

₹250,000 + Other allowances fixed


9 Judges of Supreme Court of India
(US$3,700) for SC Judges.

₹250,000
Chief Election Commissioner of
9A (US$3,700) + Other allowances.
India
monthly[5][6]

9A Comptroller and Auditor General of ₹250,000 + Other allowances.


India (US$3,700)
monthly[6][7]

₹250,000
Chairman of Union Public Service
9A (US$3,700) + Other allowances.
Commission
monthly[8][9]

₹250,000 + Other allowances. Senior-


11 Cabinet Secretary of India (US$3,700) most civil servant in
monthly[10][11] Government of India.

Lieutenants Governor of Union ₹110,000 + Other allowances fixed by


11
Territories (US$1,600)[4] the Union Government.

+ Other allowances. Senior-


Chiefs of Staff (Army, Air, Naval) in ₹250,000
most Armed Forces
12 the rank of General and equivalent (US$3,700)
personnel in Government
ranks in Indian Armed Forces monthly[10][11]
of India.

₹250,000 + Other allowances fixed


14 Chief Justice of High Courts
(US$3,700) for Judges.

₹225,000 + Other allowances fixed


16 Judges of High Courts
(US$3,400) for Judges.

+ Constituency allowances
₹45,000 (US$670) +
Parliament office
₹50,000
21 Member of Parliament of India allowance ₹45,000
(US$750)[12]
(US$670) + Parliament
session allowance (₹2,000
(US$30) per day).

Secretaries to Government of India,


Special Secretaries to Government
of India, Vice Chief of Army ₹225,000
23 + Other allowances.
Staff/Commanders in the rank of (US$3,400)[10][11]
Lieutenant General and equivalent
ranks in Indian Armed Forces

Chief Secretaries of State


+ Other allowances. Senior-
Governments, Additional ₹225,000
23 most civil servant in State
Chief/Special Chief Secretaries to (US$3,400)[10][11]
Governments.
State Governments
25 Additional Secretaries to ₹182,200 + Other allowances.
Government of India (US$2,700)
(Minimum Pay)
to ₹224,100
(US$3,300)
(Maximum
Pay)[10][11]

₹182,200
(US$2,700)
(Minimum Pay)
Principal Secretaries to State
25 to ₹224,100 + Other allowances.
Governments
(US$3,300)
(Maximum
Pay)[10][11]

₹144,200
(US$2,100)
Joint Secretaries to Government of (Minimum Pay)
26 India, Major General and equivalent to ₹218,200 + Other allowances.
ranks in Indian Armed Forces (US$3,300)
(Maximum
Pay)[10][11]

₹144,200
(US$2,100)
(Minimum Pay)
26 Secretaries to State Governments to ₹218,200 + Other allowances.
(US$3,300)
(Maximum
Pay)[10][11]

The Basic salary of Chief Ministers of


Indian states, varies as per state
governments income's.
225000 for lieutenant governers

References
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Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of
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September 3, 2017.
2. "President okays her own salary hike by
300 per cent" . The Indian Express. 3
January 2009. Retrieved 6 May 2012.
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know/articleshow/59913931.cms
4. "1982 Act" (PDF). Archived from the
original (PDF) on 3 February 2013. Retrieved
7 May 2013.
5. "Election Commission (Condition Of
Service Of Election Commissions And
Transaction Of Business) Act, 1991" . Vakil
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January 2013. Retrieved 17 September
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CAG India. Archived from the original on 27
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8. Banerjee, Kritika (February 16, 2017). "7th
Pay Commission: UPSC chief's salary
zooms to Rs 2.5 lakh from Rs 90,000 per
month" . India Today. Retrieved October 6,
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9. "Nearly three-fold hike in UPSC chief's
salary" . The Economic Times. February 15,
2017. Retrieved October 6, 2017.
10. "Report of the 7th Central Pay
Commission of India" (PDF). Seventh
Central Pay Commission, Government of
India. Archived from the original (PDF) on
2015-11-20. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
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"7th Pay Commission cleared: What is the
Pay Commission? How does it affect
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