I will not give you exact figures as don't know your full financial details. For knowing the tax you have to pay.
A. You need to have all the sources of income that is in your name
Salary, interest from savings, deposits, capital gains ( short term, shares and mutual funds), a sale of property, rental income, prizes/lotteries etc.
B. From this list, you have to exempt all the incomes that can be listed under exemptions
This tax exemption is for work related travel and does not apply for recreation/food and shopping during these trips within the country.
2.HRA: House rent allowance can be utilised to the full benefit, if you are living in a rented home. If your company pays your HRA, then it is tax exempted provided you do not stay in your own home
3.Investment/Expenses exemptions that can be claimed
Life insurance (80C), Medical insurance(80D), Employee provident fund, pension plans, PPF, NSC, FDs, Home loan EMI, Car Loan, Educational loans, ,NSP(80CCD)children's education fees, Donations to charities (under 80TTA), Professional Indemnity, study related conference related to your field (not tours/holidays)
4.Standard deduction: This is the fixed amount of 40,000.00 that is allowed for a salaried class, this replaces the previous medical bills exemption section.
5. Loss of income: loss in shares and investments etc.
C.From your Gross salary + other incomes, the above would be deducted (A-B), including the 10% TDS that you have paid and the authorities arrive at the net taxable income.
D.If it comes within the 3-5 lakh/annum ( more likely in your case), the tax that you are likely to pay is 5% of your net taxable income and from this amount, the cess would be of 4%
You can visit the government website and calculate this yourself
You can also find out more about the exemptions and claims you can make by reading the various subheadings here (https://www.incometaxindia.gov.in/Pages/tutorials.aspx)