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Old 12-02-2015, 12:23 AM   #1
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Thumbs up what is the salary for Sr.Linux Administrator in India, as per the Indian standard?


Hi everyone ,

I need a help from you guys , I am working in a start up company in HR Depertament and we need a detials of salaries for Sr.Linux Administrator in India means what would be the salary as per Indian Standard as per the 2015 for 5 to 7 years exp and 8 +years .


Please revert to mail and I am waiting for the answers from you guys.

Thanks,
Savita

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Old 12-02-2015, 12:25 AM   #2
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Hi everyone ,

I need a help from you guys , I am working in a start up company in HR Depertament and we need a detials of salaries for Sr.Linux Administrator in India means what would be the salary as per Indian Standard as per the 2015 for 5 to 7 years exp and 8 +years .


Please revert to mail and I am waiting for the answers from you guys.

Thanks,
Savita
 
Old 12-02-2015, 02:17 AM   #3
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This might be a start: http://www.payscale.com/research/IN/...strator/Salary
 
Old 12-02-2015, 12:26 PM   #4
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i would bet $0 (or less) unless the person is politically affiliated or is working min. wage and lucky at that.

another angle is: receiving the area's "minimum legal compensation" employed as a telephone help person by a major outside corporation seeking dirt cheap labor

less than $0 unless something not quite legal, or gov ernment driven mostly politically assigned jobs, is going on

now step into the .gov arena and politics: anything is possible and probably a bribe / not legal (in usa, parliaments maybe so). just for starters the .gov examiners office of "pay statistics" are lying about average pay.

really i'll stop there the question is "really not appropriate for linux discussion" i think
 
Old 12-02-2015, 01:45 PM   #5
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i would bet $0 (or less) unless the person is politically affiliated or is working min. wage and lucky at that.

another angle is: receiving the area's "minimum legal compensation" employed as a telephone help person by a major outside corporation seeking dirt cheap labor

less than $0 unless something not quite legal, or gov ernment driven mostly politically assigned jobs, is going on

now step into the .gov arena and politics: anything is possible and probably a bribe / not legal (in usa, parliaments maybe so). just for starters the .gov examiners office of "pay statistics" are lying about average pay.

really i'll stop there the question is "really not appropriate for linux discussion" i think
Debguy, please stop posting nonsense/junk/ramblings like this here
 
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Hi everyone ,
I need a help from you guys , I am working in a start up company in HR Depertament and we need a detials of salaries for Sr.Linux Administrator in India means what would be the salary as per Indian Standard as per the 2015 for 5 to 7 years exp and 8 +years .

Please revert to mail and I am waiting for the answers from you guys.
First, we are not going to 'revert' answers to you via email...this is a community forum; either participate in the discussions here, or don't. We aren't going to provide you with free, personalized, one-on-one tech support/answers. That's not how forums work.

And how on EARTH is anyone here going to be able to tell you what the "Indian Standards" are for 2015 for your field? Answer: GOOGLE...which YOU also have access to. Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature. If you found this site via a Google search, you can also go look up what you're after. If you're hired to perform the HR functions, then you're asking US to do your job FOR YOU. It's YOUR responsibility to get this information.
 
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Old 12-02-2015, 04:54 PM   #7
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Debguy, please stop posting nonsense/junk/ramblings like this here
He's been stopped. Load his profile.

About time.

Anyway, savita.sheregar, I'm sorry your thread was derailed by that troll.

Last edited by dugan; 12-02-2015 at 05:08 PM.
 
Old 12-10-2015, 03:09 AM   #8
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Thanks for you reply TBone ,Can tell how does forum works.
 
Old 12-10-2015, 03:13 AM   #9
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Thanks for you reply TBone ,Can tell how does forum works.
You post a request, people post answers, you read the answers in the forum.

By default, each time somebody replies to your request, you should get an email. You can control this - one email per reply, one email per day, or no email.

Since we don't know your email address, we can't send answers to it. In any case, sending answers to a single person would be entirely against the philosophy of sharing.
 
Old 12-10-2015, 08:07 AM   #10
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Do they not have some sort of situation in India like we have in the US where there are jobs posted and projections of salary ranges for those jobs? You're asking both a general question, but also a very specific question. My point being that while compensation can vary, I'd like to think that there do exist Sr Linux Administrator jobs in India, and therefore you should be capable of getting a range.

Then from there it depends on the requests of the job seeker and whether or not both sides are in alignment.

Further, there are other aspects which apply to a "Total Compensation Package", such as paid time off, benefits, as well as potential benefits, such as a promise of equity in the start up company.

And for the employee, there are variations from their side, such as the amount of experience they have, and whether or not they are a one dimensional employee as far as their skill level. Perhaps they are an excellent resource who's time is clearly worth the best forms of compensation.

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