HTET Salary 2022 JBT TGT PGT Teacher Pay Scale

Board of Secondary Education, Haryana (BSEH) conducts Haryana Teacher Eligibility Test (HTET) usually every year. The test is organuzed for finding eligibility of candidates for Primary Teacher, TGT & PGT Teacher posts. 
Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC) releases advertisements for filling JBT (Primary Teacher), TGT and PGT teacher posts in Haryana. Selected candidates gets posted as Primary Teacher, TGT Teacher or PGT Teacher in Government Schools of various districts. Qualifying HTET is mandatory for all candidates who want to apply for these Govt Teacher posts in Haryana. Check more details below.

Check HTET Salary 2022 JBT TGT PGT Teacher Pay Scale

This Exam is conducted for the following three levels :-
(i) Level 1 (Primary Teacher): For those who intends to be a teacher for classes I to V (Primary Teacher).
(ii) Level 2 (TGT Teacher): For those who intends to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII (TGT – Trained Graduate Teacher).
(iii) Level 3 (PGT Teacher): For those who intends to be a PGT (Post Graduate Teacher) for Class XI & XII.
If you want to know about the salary details of JBT, TGT or PGT Teacher in Haryana, then here you will get this information in detail. 

Primary Teacher (PRT) 

Upon appointment, the Pay Scale of JBT / PRT Teachers (Level 1) in Haryana is Rs. 35400-112400 Level 6 of Haryana Pay Matrix (equivalent pay scale of Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay 4200 in 6th Pay matrix). The starting basic pay as per this scale is Rs. 35400 and last basic pay Rs. 112400 per month. 
The total salary in starting for new appointments based on Rs. 47600 basic pay is around Rs. 67000-72000. In hand Salary of PRT Teacher in Haryana will be around Rs. 60000-65000 per month depending on place of posting and allowances.
Quick details:
  • Pay Scale: Level-6 Rs. 35400-112400
  • Starting basic pay for new appointments: Rs. 35400
  • Starting Total Salary for new JBT Teacher in Haryana: Around Rs. 50000-53000 per month
  • Net Cash in Hand Salary 2022: Rs. 45200-48200 per month.

TGT Teacher

Upon appointment, the Pay Scale of TGT Teachers (Level 2) in Haryana is Rs. 44900-142400 Level 7 of Haryana Pay Matrix (equivalent pay scale of Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay 4600 in 6th Pay matrix). 
The starting basic pay as per this scale is Rs. 44900 and last basic pay Rs. 142400 per month. 
The total salary in starting for new appointments based on Rs. 44900 basic pay is around Rs. 67000-72000 per month. In hand Salary of TGT Teacher in Haryana will be around Rs. 60000-65000 per month depending on place of posting and allowances.
Quick details:
  • Pay Scale: Level-7 Rs. 44900-142400
  • Starting basic pay for new appointments: Rs. 44900
  • Starting Total Salary for new TGT Teacher in Haryana: Around Rs. 67000-72000 per month
  • Net Cash in Hand Salary 2022: Rs. 60000-65000 per month.

PGT Teacher

Upon appointment, the Pay Scale of PGT Teachers (Level 3) in Haryana is Rs. 47600-151100 (Level 8 of Haryana Pay Matrix (equivalent pay scale of Rs. 9300-34800 Grade pay 4800 in 6th Pay matrix). 
The starting basic pay as per this scale is Rs. 47600 and last basic pay Rs. 151100 per month. 
The total salary in starting for new appointments based on Rs. 47600 basic pay is around Rs. 67000-72000. In hand Salary of PGT Teacher in Haryana will be around Rs. 60000-65000 per month depending on place of posting and allowances.
Quick details:
  • Pay Scale: Level-6 Rs. 47600-151100 
  • Starting basic pay for new appointments: Rs. 47600
  • Starting Total Salary for new PGT Teacher in Haryana: Around Rs. 70000-74500 per month
  • Net Cash in Hand Salary 2022: Rs. 63000-67500 per month.

The basic pay gets increased by 3% every year up to 40 years till it reaches last basic pay. Also Haryana Govt increase Dearness allowance every six months. Candidate can be Posted in any Govt School of Haryana depending on requirement. 

Allowances:
  • Current Dearness allowance: 34%
  • House Rent Allowance: 9-18% for class X, Y cities.
  • Other allowances as per rules of the Haryana govt.

Benefits: 
  • National Pension Scheme (NPS) and other taxes
  • Cashless Medical benefits
  • Leaves
  • Holidays etc.