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15600 payband services

Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

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  • Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

    AFHQ - Group B ( Gazetted ) - GP - 4800
    IOFS - Group A ( Gazetted ) - GP - 5400
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  • Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

    Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

    See, there is a concept of Organized Group A services in center. Not all Group A services having pay band 15600+5400 are organized, like APFC, Assistant Commandant CAPF etc are not organized group A. The people of Organized Group A services get dynamic ACP and reach to the scale of 37400+8700 after 13 years of service, ie. three financial promotions, while it will take 20-22 years in AFHQ and around 14-26 years in Group A services which are not organised.
    IOFS is a organized group A service. So, if the exam which you are giving is for any organized group A service, then it is better than AFHQ.
  • mimansa said:

    Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

    Are all services staffed thru Civil Services exam in payband of 15600? I have an exam coming up for a job in this payband with 3 year probation at the base of scale. I am in double mind about devoting my time to it. Are AFHQ and IOFB jobs in the same scale?

    See, there is a concept of Organized Group A services in center. Not all Group A services having pay band 15600+5400 are organized, like APFC, Assistant Commandant CAPF etc are not organized group A. The people of Organized Group A services get dynamic ACP and reach to the scale of 37400+8700 after 13 years of service, ie. three financial promotions, while it will take 20-22 years in AFHQ and around 14-26 years in Group A services which are not organised.
    IOFS is a organized group A service. So, if the exam which you are giving is for any organized group A service, then it is better than AFHQ.
    ok thanks
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