From "umarathnam" : Hi friends,
Currently my company follows the following salary structure.
Other Allowance
Kindly provide me the guidelines for percentage fixing for the above breakup. What are the rules govering percentage fixing.
What other salary structure could be followed?
16th May 2006 From India, Madras

sthadhani 9
Try using this
17th May 2006 From India, Mumbai
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alexvalet 2
Wow!!that was a real good one!! keep it up and that really showed your skills in Excel. RGDS, Alex Mathew
18th May 2006 From Kuwait
ruchimittal 2
hay this is really good & helpfull thanxxx can u send me something about performance apprisal forms. it’ll be gr8 help for me thanx Nothing is Impossible coz Impossible itself says IM POSSIBLE
18th May 2006 From India, Jaipur
pbskumar2006 362
Dear Friend,
Regarding the Salary Structure Break-up: In general view as under
BASIC : Rs. 60%
D.A. : Rs. 20%
HRA : Rs. 15%
OTHERS : Rs. 5%
TOTAL : Rs.100%
However, the structure is depending upon the I.T Tax deductions etc.
taken into consideration.
19th May 2006 From India, Kakinada
the above discussion is wrong...i m sorry to say this...
Please find below are the details for salary breakup
Basic - 30 to 40% of CTC
HRA - 50% of Basic
conveyance - 800
Medical Reim - 1250
Spl All - balance CTC
Rajesh Kumar
9th December 2010 From India, Hyderabad
msyma 8
On all the above discussions Rajesh_smiles86 has given correct calculations. But Rajesh make a note it is not CTC as mentioned by you and it is Gross. CTC includes employer PF and ESI contributions, insurance, bonus etc.
Conveyance can be taken as 800/- or 1600/- (fixed) Medical Reimbursement is fixed to 1250
Hope this helps in clearing your doubt.
11th July 2016 From India, Bengaluru
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