Deputy Collector: Everyone loves a government job, and when the job is done in a khaki uniform, then the prestige increases further, like IAS, Police or any other post.  There is a collector to manage every district, and a deputy collector is needed to help that collector.

 Becoming a Deputy Collector is a matter of pride in itself, if you also love this job, and you also have a dream to become a Deputy Collector, then in today’s post we will know how to become a Deputy Collector, so let’s start,  Know more about today’s post, complete information about becoming a Deputy Collector.

Who is called Deputy Collector?

 A Deputy Collector reports to a Collector, that is, they have a big stake in maintaining the legal system of their area, correcting all the social issues of their area, and giving all the records to the Collector.  Let’s follow the instructions given.

Duties of Deputy Collector :

  • A Deputy Collector works to give directions to the Tehsildar and SDM.
  • If the Collector is not available for any reason, then the Deputy Collector takes care.
  • The Deputy Collector must look after the matters related to revenue.
  • It is the job of the Deputy Collector to settle matters related to land.
  • It is the job of a Deputy Collector to get compensation from the government to the people suffering from any kind of disaster.

Qualification to become Deputy Collector :

  • Candidate must be a citizen of India
  • To become Deputy Collector, first of all, you have to pass 12th.
  • In this, you do not need any kind of physical requirements.
  • After this, you have to complete graduation (in many states you can take an exam in the last year also, but you should do it after graduation)
  • You can graduate from any stream.

 Age for Deputy Collector :

To become a Deputy Collector, your age should be between 21 to 40 years.

 If you belong to the OBC category, you get a relaxation of 4 years.

 If you belong to the SC/ST category, you get a relaxation of 5 years.

Exam pattern to become Deputy Collector :

 If you want to become a Deputy Collector, then you will have to appear for your State PSC (Public Service Commission) exam.  Like if you are from Bihar, then you will have to take B, the PSC exam, if you are from Uttar Pradesh, then you will have to take UP, the PSC exam.  There are three stages of the State PSC (Public Service Commission) exam, so let us know about it.

 Prelims:-

First of all you have to take the Prelims exam, in this you have 2 papers, both of which are of 200 marks each, which you have to pass.  Both the papers are of General Knowledge.

Mains:-

The main exam will be of 8 papers, out of which 2 papers will be of 150 marks, and 6 papers will be of 200 marks each. After passing this, you can go for an interview.

Interview:-

When you pass both exams, you are called for an interview, and after that, you can become a Deputy Collector by giving an interview.

How to Become a Deputy Collector :

  • To become a Deputy Collector, first of all, you have to pass 12th.
  • After this, you have to complete graduation.
  • After this, you have to take the State PSC exam.
  • In this, you have to get a good rank so that you can become a Deputy Collector.

Deputy Collector’s salary :

 Friends, when you become a Deputy Collector, you get a very good salary, although the salary depends on your city, if you are from Tier 1 cities, then you will get a salary of around Rs 50+ thousand if you are from Tier 2 cities.  If you are from Tier 3, then you will get a salary of around 48+ thousand and if you are in Tier 3, then you will get a salary of around 46+ thousand.

 As you get older in the department, your salary also increases.

 Facilities available to Deputy Collector :

 A Deputy Collector not only gets a good salary but also gets many types of luxuries, which makes your life easier, so let’s know about it.

  • First of all, you will get a car, which will make you feel very proud.
  • You will get a personal driver.
  • Peons will be available for you.
  • You will also get personal assistance.
  • You will also get domestic help.
  • You will either get a house or a house allowance.
  • You will get inflationary benefits.
  • You will get all types of medical facilities
  • You will get discounts from time to time.
  • You will also get many types of travel allowances.