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Salary of a Bank Clerk : Bank Clerk Salary : Bank Jobs

We have earlier discussed about the salary of a Bank Probationary Officer. Since result of IBPS Clerk Exam is on cards and many visitors are asking about the salary and perks of a Bank Clerk hence we are providing here details of salary and perks of a bank clerk at the time of joining.

So here I am providing details of not only salary structure but also about other perks which you will get after becoming a Bank Clerk, the starting basic salary would be Rs. 11765/- you will also get Dearness Allowance which is presently about 48% of the basic salary, apart from Basic + D.A. you will also get HRA, Transport Allowance, Special pay etc. 

Apart from this salary you are also entitled for few more perks such as petrol allowance, officiating allowance (after confirmation, if you perform duties in next clerical cadre). The rates of perks differ from bank to bank however the lump sum rupee value of all such perks is about Rs. 3000/- to Rs. 4000/- in public sector banks.

You will be in the pay scale of Rs. 11765/- – Rs. 31540/-. Starting salary would be in the range of Rs. 20000/- to Rs. 21000/- depending upon place of posting. You will also be entitled for two more increments if you complete your CAIIB after joining. Now a days career track of the newly joined clerks are quite fast therefore even though starting salary may appear a little bit low still in a period of 3-4 years you can get much higher salary. To know about that you can click here

So you can see that a Bank Clerk gets a decent salary and perks. It may not look very attractive at the first instance but after a few years the salary becomes very handsome. The reason for salary growth is that the DA increases almost every quarter, there are good increments and wage revision takes place every 5 years.

If you have any other query about salary and perks of Bank Clerk or Bank Probationary Officer you can send us mail on or can raise your query in our Banking Exams Group

Disclaimer: All care has been taken while providing this information however publishers are not responsible for any discrepancy. 

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