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Monday, 11 September 2017

Job and Salary of Assistant Section Officer in CSS

Job and Salary of Assistant Section Officer in CSS
Staff Selection Commission conducts various exams for the recruitment of candidates in various government posts, of which one is CSS also known as Central Secretariat Service. The exam allows its candidates to join as Assistants in CSS. Candidates are required to score high in the written exam of SSC and clear the interview round to secure the job of Assistant Section Officer.

Job Profile
The role of CSS officers is to assist the formulation of policies concerning subjects of the center and in their implementation. Assistant section officer is a Grade B post, mainly concerning with maintenance of important links between the Central Secretariat and the Parliament. The job profile also includes clerical works like drafting, routine noting, writing letters, completing files and preparing reports.
The promotional aspects of the post are quite good. An Assistant Section officer also has a duty to prepare the answers for RTI questions however it doesn’t mean that assistant officer can take own decisions. The work hours are from 10 AM to 5 PM in the evening.  The salary of the post comes under Pay B and II, so the officer gets Rs. 9300-34800 and a Grade pay of Rs. 4800. The candidate who gets the post is benefited with traveling allowances, HRA and other facilities.

CSS Assistant Officer

The selected Assistant officer in CSS has good chances of promotion to Section Officer after 5 to 7 years of service. However, candidates need to clear interdepartmental exams for promotion to higher levels but if they don’t wish to appear for such exams, then their promotion might get delayed. CSS allows its candidates to shift their department in the employment periods. The departments, in which one can shift, range from Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Civil Aviation, Home, Finance, etc. With the increase in experience, assistant section officers can become Joint Secretary and Deputy Secretary.      

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