Monday, 23 May 2011

Indian Army Ranks in order of Pay-Scale

Indian army officer are paid according to their respectful ranks in the army.
Given Below is the structure of salary paid per month to honorable officers.

General- Rs 90,000/- 


Lieutenant General- Rs 67,000-80,000/-



Major General- Rs 37,000-67,000/-


Brigadier- Rs 37,000-67,000/-


Colonel- Rs 37,000-67,000/-



Lieutenant Colonel- Rs 37,000-67,000/-


Major- Rs 15,600-39,100/-


Captain- Rs 15,600-39,100/-


Lieutenant- Rs 15,600-39,100/-

Many perks are also given to these country-men, who serve their life's to their mother land.

13 comments:

  1. If we join army what rank should be given to us

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  2. exact salary of a newly appointed liutenant

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  3. I respect army as I respect our mother land..and I promise that I will send my son in army .

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  4. Rajeev Pratap Singh (Indian army is the super power in the world) every country which not attack at India because of Indian army . every country before attack in India who think about Indian army. and Now I am going to join the Indian army because.
    I seen dream that Indian army help India to win the china war.

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  5. Sir Please let me Know about the pay scale of an Indian Army Soldier in Parachute Regiment.

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  6. Sir Please let me known about the pay scale of an Havildar clerk (GD) in Artillery Regiment prior to 6th pay commission

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  7. Sir Please let me known about the pay scale of an Havildar clerk (GD) in Artillery Regiment prior to 6th pay commission

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  8. i would like to join indian army

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  9. its funny that an us army private's salary is more than general of indian army.
    I think your information is wrong

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  10. The information is correct. In the US sweepers also get a much better salary. Because, they live in the US. For the people who live in India, this is an attractive salary. Dont forget the attractive allowances and perks.

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  11. your pay will wont substitute your faith in duty.

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