SDM Salary in India, Allowances and Facilities 2022

Advertisement

SDM is an IAS officer, it is an important post in any administrative Structure of any district. Here, we are going to discuss about the SDM Salary in India, Allowances, Roles and Responsibilities, Pay Scale, Career Growth, Facilities, etc.

Full form of SDM is Sub-Divisional Magistrate. SDM also known as Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) or Sub Collector (SC) also called Sub-District Magistrate or Sub-Divisional Judge.

sdm-salary-allowances-facilities
SDM Salary

The SDM is the main and chief civil body of any subdivision. The SDM control all the administrative services in his assigned sub-division. An SDM handled all the land related issues, revenue, law and order in the district.

Advertisement

The SDM can issue various types of registration, various types of licenses, certificates, renewals etc. At the time of election of LokSabha or VidhanSabha in the states the SDMs are play important role to organize the election process. The SDM also takes part in different jurisdiction process under the Criminal Procedure Code 1973.

SDM Salary, Facilities and Allowances

Eligibility Criteria

Education Qualification: Bachelor’s degree from any recognized university.

Age limit:

  • General Class: 21 years – 35 years
  • Backward Class: 21 years – 40 years
  • Scheduled Castes and Tribes: 21 years – 45 years

Selection Process of SDM

There are two option to become a SDM, one is by the PCS Exam organized by the state, and another is Union Public Service Commission/ Civil Service Examination organized by central government. There are three parts in both examinations:

Advertisement

i) Preliminary exam

ii) Main exam

iii) Interview

Responsibility of SDM

There are lots of duties of an SDM. They handled a number of activities in their assigned sub-division. Here some of their activity discussed at below:

  • All the administrative work of his assigned area is done by SDM.
  • All the territorial Disputes in his area will be settled by assigned SDM.
  • All the land records are kept by an SDM and the revenue of working land is collected by assigned SDM.
  • An SDM handled all the revenue related issues; they collect it, calculate and report the information.
  • Demarcation and encroachment related issues are solved by the SDM.
  • Public land protection and land registration are done by SDM.
  • Maintaining the law conduct a fair election process.
  • Issuing different type of registration.
  • Issuing licenses and the renewals are done by the SDM.
  • Issuing many type of certificates.
  • Under the Criminal Procedure Code 1973 and some other act an SDM has the judicial power. He can take charge for some cases and can conduct queries, interrogation etc.
  • They have the responsibility to save people from manmade or natural calamities.

SDM Salary Structure

The salary of an IAS officer increased after the implementation of the 7th pay commission. An SDM get Rs. 55,000 /- (Approx.) in hand.

The pay scale is Rs. 15,600 – 39,100/- and Grade Pay is Rs. 5,400/-

SDM Salary After 6th Pay Commission

There is some difference in salary amount basis on assigned place. Here we add the amount of salary basis on cities, like class A, class B and class C cities.

Advertisement

i) Salary for Class A Cities:

  • Basic Pay: INR 15600
  • Grade Pay: INR 5400
  • Net Basic Pay: INR 21000
  • Dearness Allowance: INR 26250 (125% of Net Basic Pay)
  • House Rent Allowance: INR 6300 (30% of Net Basic)
  • Transport Allowance: INR 7087{15% of (Basic+ DA)}
  • Gross Salary: INR 60637
  • Deductions: INR 10000 (Approx.)
  • Salary Amount in Hand: INR 50637

ii) Salary for Class B Cities:

  • Basic Pay: INR 15600
  • Grade Pay: INR 5400
  • Net Basic Pay: INR 21000
  • Dearness Allowance: INR 26250 (125% of Net Basic Pay)
  • House Rent Allowance: INR 4200 (20% of Net Basic)
  • Transport Allowance: INR 7087{15% of (Basic+ DA)}
  • Gross Salary: INR 58537
  • Deductions: INR 10000 (Approx.)
  • Salary Amount in Hand: INR 48537

iii) Salary for Class C Cities:

  • Basic Pay: INR 15600
  • Grade Pay: INR 5400
  • Net Basic Pay: INR 21000
  • Dearness Allowance: INR 26250 (125% of Net Basic Pay)
  • House Rent Allowance: INR 2100 (10% of Net Basic)
  • Transport Allowance: INR 7087{15% of (Basic+ DA)}
  • Gross Salary: INR 56437
  • Deductions: INR 10000 (Approx.)
  • Salary Amount in Hand: INR 46437

SDM Salary After 7th Pay Commission

Salary for Class A Cities:

  • Pay Bond: INR 561 00
  • Grade Pay: 0
  • Dearness Allowance: INR 1000
  • House Rent Allowance: INR 4000
  • Transport Allowance: INR 3000
  • Gross Salary: INR 64100
  • Deductions: INR 10000 (Approx.)
  • Salary Amount in Hand: INR 54100 (Approx.)

The provision of deduction amount as:

(i) Contribution for Heath services = Rs. 325 /-
(ii) Premium of Employees Group insurance scheme = Rs. 120 /-
(iii) Contribution for NPS = 10% of Basic + DA
(iv) Income Tax (Including savings and investment in other different scheme).

Facilities and Allowances

The SDM get a good amount of salary with some good facilities and allowances. The allowances and facilities as below:

i) Official Vehicle

ii) Driver

iii) Peon

iv) Personal Assistant

v) Domestic Servant

vi) Residential Quarters (Type IV to Type VIII) or HRA

vii) Dearness Allowance

viii) CGHS Medical Facilities

ix) Gratuity

x) Provident Fund

xi) Leave xii) Tour Allowance

Career growth and promotion

An SDM can grow his career by effective performance and following his responsibility. If the SDM got promoted then the below post can be hold:

i) DM or COLLECTOR or Joint Secretary of a Government Ministry

  • Grade: Senior Time Scale
  • Grade Pay: Rs. 20000
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 50000 to 150000

ii) Special Secretary or COLLECTOR or various head of a Government Department

  • Grade: Junior Administrative Grade
  • Grade Pay: Rs. 23000
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 50000 to 150000

iii) Secretary of a Government Ministry

  • Grade: Selection Grade
  • Grade Pay: Rs. 26000
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 100000 to 200000

iv) Principal Secretary of a Very Important Government Department

  • Grade: Super Time Scale
  • Grade Pay: Rs. 30000
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 100000 to 200000

v) Chief Secretary of a States Government or Union Secretary of various Central Ministry

  • Grade: Apex Scale
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 225000

vi) Cabinet Secretary of Central Government

  • Grade: Cabinet Secretary Grade
  • Pay Scale: Rs. 225000

SDM Salary 2022: FAQs

Q1. What is the full form of SDM?

Ans:  SDM Stand for Sub-Divisional Manager.

Q2. What are the other names used for an SDM?

Ans: The others names are Sub-District Magistrate, Sub-Collector, Sub-Divisional Officer, Sub-Divisional Judge etc.

Q3. What is the qualification to become an SDM?

Ans: The minimum education qualification to become an SDM is Bachelor’s degree from any recognized university. And the age limit is,
For General Class 21 years to 35 years
For Backward Class 21 years to 40 years
For Scheduled Castes and Tribes 21 years to 45 years

Q4. Which examination required to pass to become an SDM?

Ans: There two options to become an SDM one by the PCS Exam (Public Service Commission) organized by the state, and another is UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) also called CSE (Civil Service Examination) organized by central government. There are three parts in both examinations,
i) Preliminary exam
ii) Main exam and
iii) Interview

Q5. What is the salary of an SDM?

Ans: An SDM get Rs. 55,000 /- (Approx.) in hand.
The pay scale is, Rs. 15,600 – 39,100/- and Grade Pay is Rs. 5,400/-
The amount may vary place to place, depending on states Economical and Geographical conditions.

Q6. What are the facilities an SDM enjoy after posting?

Ans: A well-deserved facility is enjoyed by an SDM after his posting, he gets Official Vehicle, Driver, Peon, Personal Assistant, Domestic Servant, Residential Quarters (Type IV to Type VIII) or HRA, CGHS Medical Facilities, Gratuity, Provident Fund, Paid Leave, Tour Allowance etc.

Hopefully this post will help you to know about the salary structure of Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) or Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) or Sub Collector (SC). If you like this post then don’t forget to share with your friends.

Also, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Leave a Comment