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Indian Income Tax Officer: The position of Income Tax Officer is extremely powerful. Their job is to monitor and ensure that tax collection is done correctly. If, on the other hand, a person does not pay tax or is evading tax, the Income Tax Department also collects tax from that person. Many candidates aspire to be Income Tax Officers and pursue a career in this field. In such a case, please explain the entire process of becoming an Income Tax Officer.

To begin, an Income Tax Inspector is an officer in the Income Tax Department, which is part of the Ministry of Finance’s Department of Revenue.

It is one of the most popular government jobs in India, but it is extremely difficult to obtain because candidates must pass multiple levels of exams and interviews. As a result of the low number of vacancies, the number of applicants is high, and the selection rate is low.

To become an income tax officer, you must pass these exams.

There are primarily two types of exams to become an Income Tax Officer, and you can become one by passing all levels of one of the exams. The following exams are required to become an Income Tax Officer: –

SSC-CGL Exam No. 1

UPSC Civil Services Exam No. 2

SSC CGL Examination

The Staff Selection Commission administers the Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGL) (SSC). This exam is held to recruit Group B and C officers for various positions in the Government of India’s top Ministries, Departments, and Organizations.

Candidates who pass this exam are eligible to become Income Tax Officers. To become an Income Tax Officer, candidates must sit for and pass all levels of the SSC CGL exam. Let us discuss the exam.

– Tier-1 (Preliminary Exam) (Preliminary Exam)

Tier-2 (Main Exam) (Main Exam)

Tier-3 (Interview) (Interview)

Tier-IV (Skill Test) (Skill Test)

The UPSC exam can also be used to become an income tax officer.

Through the UPSC exam, candidates can also become Direct Income Tax Officers. This is another option after passing the SSC CGL exam.

Let us explain that the candidate must pass all levels of the UPSC exam and select the option of Indian Revenue Officer (IRS) in order to be appointed as a higher ranking officer in the Income Tax Department. Candidates must pass all stages of the UPSC exam. The UPSC exam is divided into three stages.

– preliminary investigation

– The Main Exam

– UPSC Personality Test, also known as an interview

Eligibility for the position of Income Tax Officer in India

-Candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree from a recognised university in any discipline.

– The candidate must be an Indian citizen.

Age Restrictions (For SSC CGL Exam)

Candidates in the general category must be between the ages of 17 and 30.

Candidates in the OBC category must be between the ages of 17 and 33.

SC/ST Candidates must be between the ages of 17 and 33.

Age Restrictions (For UPSC Exam)

Candidates in the general category must be between the ages of 21 and 32.

Candidates in the OBC category must be between the ages of 21 and 35.

SC/ST Candidates must be between the ages of 21 and 37.

Candidates for the EWS category must be between the ages of 21 and 32.

This is the maximum salary that can be offered.

The salary of an Income Tax Officer, also known as an Inspector, is determined by a variety of factors such as the state in which you work, your experience, the number of years you have worked, your work profile, and so on. An Income Tax Officer’s monthly salary can range from Rs 40,000 to Rs 60,000, and his annual salary can range from Rs 4,80,000 to Rs 7,20,000. More salary information is provided in the recruitment notification.