Career Tips: What’s the Difference Between a DM and a Collector? Know how much salary DM, SDM and Tehsildar get

Career Tips: Every youngster who is preparing for a government job wants to get a job at a higher position. In such a situation, today we are going to tell you what are the similarities and differences between District Magistrate i.e. DM and Collector. Along with this, the salary of DM, SDM and Tehsildar will be known.

Before independence, the judicial and executive powers in the country were vested in a single person. But after the implementation of the Constitution, public services were separated under Article 50. Thus the responsibilities and scope of the Collector and DM were separated. The DM derives its mandate from the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC), 1973. The Collector gets it from the Land Revenue Code, 1959. Both these officers are also responsible for coordinating various departments and systems in the district.

Know the difference between the two- Collector
The highest officer concerned with revenue management at the district level is the Collector. In matters of revenue he is responsible to the Government through the Divisional Commissioner and the Financial Commissioner (Revenue). Know what are the main responsibilities of District Collector-

Revenue Court.
Relief and rehabilitation work.
– Chairman of District Bankers Coordinating Committee.
– Chairman of District Planning Centre.
– Intermediaries for land acquisition and collection of land revenue.
– Arrangements relating to land registration.
– Disbursement of agricultural credit.
Excise duty recovery, irrigation dues, income tax dues and arrears.
– Issuance of statutory certificates like nationality, domicile, marriage, SC/ST, OBC, economically weaker sections.

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District Magistrate-:
is an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer who is the senior-most executive magistrate and chief in-charge of the general administration of a district in India. Responsibilities assigned to District Magistrates vary from state to state.

To validate the execution of the death penalty.
Inspection of Subordinate Executive Magistrates.
To inspect the management of lock-ups and jails in the district near the district.

Salary of DM-
Salary of DM is Rs 1 lakh to 1.5 lakh per month. Apart from this, they also get facilities such as bungalow, car, security guard, medical, phone etc.

Duties and Salary of Sub-Divisional Magistrate-
A Sub-Divisional Magistrate is the Chief Magistrate of his division. The SDM has all the powers of the District Collector as per the Revenue Act in the Division. The monthly salary of SDM is 50 to 60 thousand rupees. Apart from this, they are given many facilities like allowances, TA, DA, bungalow, vehicle, security guard.

Salary of Tehsildar and Naib-Tehsildar-
A Tehsildar gets a monthly salary of Rs.15600 to Rs.39100. On the other hand, Naib-Tehsildar is paid Rs 9300 to Rs 34800 per month. Apart from this, they also get many types of allowances, TA, DA, bungalow, car etc. facilities.

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