What are the letters One should recieved before and after joining the company ?
I have joined a reputed company and after one month i got offer letter.
Is there any other letters other than offer letters

From India, Kharagpur
Dear Mukesh,
If you were hired at the campus or any recruitment drive, you must have received the Letter of Intent . Its often one page document, stating the name of the role and CTC offered, date and place of joining and few more points on the document's validity. This gets termed as Offer Letter . Once you join in , you will receive, Joining Letter, with detailed information on appointment , confidentiality and compensation details. Appointment letter is issued at the end of probation, to declare the confirmation to your services to your firm.

From India, Mumbai
It depends on practices followed in the co./employer. Some issue straight away apptt.letter, some issue offer letter before joining upon which the selected candidate decides about joining. Some issue Apptt.letter immediately after joining which should contain designation, Salary & other perks, probation period, terms & conditions among other things. It's customary a confirmation letter is issued after the probation period is successfully completed. You have to be careful where apptt.letter is delayed indefinitely.
If possible get the acknowledgement on a letter of joining. Also preserve e-mails and other correspondences exchanged.
For others who are going to JOIN: It's prudent to collect atleast the offer letter with important T & C before joining and give a joining letter mentioning the interview attended, ref.of offer letter, date when join and one shouldn't forget to collect the acknowledgement of this from the concerned/office. Wish you all the best.

From India, Bangalore

Dear Mukesh, Now that you have joined service and has been issued offer of appointment, presumably you have accepted the offer and hence there should be an order stating that you have been appointed in the organisation from the date mentioned. The other terms & conditions of appointment if not given already along with the offer, the company rules and regulations, PF/ESI forms & nominations etc could be the documents you can look for. as already pointed out by Loginmiracle, these documents vary from organisation to organisation. Regards

From India, Bhopal

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