Salary Of Staff Nurse And Nursing Officer In India, Government And Private Sector – 2022

In this post we will discuss the salary of staff nurse and nursing Officer in India.  We will provide salary figures of staff nurse in private hospitals as well as starting salary of staff nurse in government sector.

Salary of staff nurse in Central Government departments like ESIC,  AIIMS, RRB, CGHS is almost similar. Some organizations like AIIMS recruit nurses as nursing officer but pay scale is same. Various local bodies like MCD and  some state governments also provide same salaries.

Salary of Staff Nurse In Private Hospitals

The starting salary of staff nurse in private hospital varies.  It depends on whether the hospital is small or big, and also its recruitment policies.

Starting salary of staff nurse in small Nursing homes and hospitals  range from 20000 to 30000 rupees Per Month.

Reputed hospitals in private sector provide  starting salary is in the range of of 30000 to 50000 rupees per month.

However nurses with special training and higher education can command higher salaries.

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Salary Of Staff Nurse In Central government Departments

In government sector staff nurses are recruited at level 7 according to 7th pay commission  or at grade pay 4600. The starting basic pay  of staff nurse at level 7 is 44900 rupees per month.

In Tier 1 metro cities like  Delhi Mumbai Bengaluru Hyderabad  staff nurse will get 27% HRA allowance.  Staff nurses also get nursing allowance 7200 rupees per month according to 7th pay commission.  Other allowances are also given like travel allowance and dearness allowance.

So gross starting salary of  RRB staff nurse, AIIMS Nursing Officer, ESIC staff nurse,  CGHS Nursing Officer will be around 84000 rupees per month.  This is The salary of GNM staff nurse. BSc nursing qualified get 3000 rupees more Allowance.

So Gross salary of nursing officer in x class metro cities is around 87000 rupees in may 2022. In Y class cities gross salary range from around 80K – 82k rupees per month. In small towns around 77000 rupees per month.

The in hand salary of staff nurse will be  5000 to 6000 lower than the gross salary, because some salary is  cut for National pension scheme and medical charges etc.

Staff nurse also get some more benefit like dress allowances, medical benefits,  children’s benefits etc.

Salary Of Staff Nurse In State Governments

State Government the salary of staff nurse is generally lower as compared to  department controlled by the central government.

States like Delhi , Punjab, Maharashtra and Bihar pay good salaries to the staff nurse. Comparable to central government in the range of 80-85 thousand per month. Also the southern states like Kerala pay good salaries.

While on the other hand states like Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Odisha, Gujarat etc pay lesser salaries. Usually in the range 40000 to 60000  rupees per month.

Salary of staff nurse on Contract

Salary of staff nurse on contract vary from 25000 to 55000 rupees per month across departments. States which pay less salary to regular staff nurse pay lesser salaries to contact nurses also. Departments which pay good salary to permanent staff nurse pay respectable salary to contract nurse.

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    1. yes such candidate is eligible in most of the cases.
      Only some states can release faulty eligibility criteria.

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