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APPOINTMENT LETTER

Appointment: CONSULTANCY
Ref:XYZL/CT20110357933/Chennai
Date:20/08/2011

Mr. Altab Khan
Room 19 Kamboji Boys Hostel,
Indian Insight of Management
Mallapuram
Kerala
Tel# 00-8608201080

Dear Altab Khan,

Sub: Letter of appointment

Thank you for exploring career opportunities with XYZA Consultancy Services Limited (XYZL). You have successfully completed our selection process and we are pleased to make you an appointment to join our firm. This appointment is based on your profile and performance in the selection process.

You have been selected for the position of Assistant Manager in Grade Y. Your gross salary including all benefits will be `3,16,387/- per annum, as per the terms and conditions set out herein. The gross salary mentioned above is inclusive of the Variable Allowance becoming effective upon successful completion of the Initial Training Programme. Kindly confirm your acceptance of this offer online through the option 'Accept Appointment letter'. If not accepted within 7 days, this offer is liable to lapse at the discretion of XYZL. After you accept this offer you will be given a joining letter indicating the details of your joining date and initial place of posting. You will also be issued a letter of appointment at the time of your joining after completing joining formalities as per company policy.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

BASIC SALARY

You will be eligible for a basic salary of `9,700/- per month.

BOUQUET OF BENEFITS (BoB)

Bouquet of Benefits offers you the flexibility to design this part of your compensation within the defined framework, twice in a financial year. All the components will be disbursed on a monthly basis.

The components under Bouquet of Benefits are listed below. The amounts given here for each of the components below are as per pre-defined structure. However you may want to…...

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