about 200,000-300,000 a year during you 3-6 years
if your just starting out then 10,000 to about 14,000 a month, and yearly you will make about 144,000 a year and from then on you just keep going up.
In the United States, you can ask someone at the reference desk of your local public library for the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know,(including the salary) of just about any occupation you can think of.
In India, if he is a fresher and working in a company he would get something between 3-5 lakhs per annum and it could go any where up to 9 lakhs if he is working in a very big listed company.Experienced candidates on a average get between 4-8 lakhs per annum. Those who practice make between 8-30, 40 lakhs and there are people who make crores in a month too.
about £60,000 a year within 3 years of graduation
The above is not necessarily true. In the UK criminal law is funded via the legal aid system, which means lawyers are often paid a reduced fee, which consequently impacts on salaries. Even in London a criminal lawyer may never make £60,000 a year unless they become an equity partner or unless they are doing a substantial amount of out of hours duty work representing detained persons in a police station to subsidise their basic salary. A more likely figure is £35k-£40k 3 years after qualifying.
In the US, a criminal defense lawyer can expect to start off earning $35-45K as a public defender, or slightly more with a firm. Depending on their experience and history, a seasoned (15-20 yrs) criminal defense attorney can earn anywhere from $60-200K, depending on where he/she works.
No, it is not a part of CTC because it is a one time money paid and not a recurring sum.