An IPS officer is initially appointed as DSP / Deputy Superintendent of Police. In this post, he will have a basic pay of Rs.56,100. Apart from this, there will be Tutti Allowance, House Rent Allowance and other facilities.
Later he is promoted from DSP to the post of ASP / Additional Superintendent of Police. The basic pay for this post will be Rs.67,700. The amount excluding other facilities and allowances will be basic pay.
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Then after rendering 5-6 years of service an IPS officer will be promoted as SP / Superintendent of Police, the post will have a basic pay of Rs.78,800. This will be remuneration exclusive of other allowances.
Those serving in the post of SP can further get promotion to the following posts.
– Senior Superintendent of Police (SP)
– Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG).
– Inspector General of Police (IG)
– Additional Director General of Police (ADG)
– Director General of Police (DGP)
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After the 7th Pay Commission, what is the salary for which Rank IPS post is given below.
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) : Rs.56,100.
Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP): Rs.67,700.
Senior Superintendent of Police (SP) : Rs.78,800.
Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG): Rs.1,31,100.
Inspector General of Police (IG) : Rs.1,44,200.
Additional Director General of Police (ADG): Rs.2,05,400.
Director General of Police (DGP) : Rs.2,25,000.
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