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Office of the Chief Postmaster General Notified Recruitment of 837 Postman & Mail Guards Posts 2014

Office of the Chief Postmaster General Delhi Cirle, New Delhi under Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India issued notification inviting online applications for Direct recruitment to 837 posts – 827 posts of Postman and 10 post of Mail Guard. Interested candidates should apply online through the India Post website www.indiapostman.gov.in till 3 December 2014.

Nov 7, 2014 10:44 IST
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Office of the Chief Postmaster General Delhi Cirle, New Delhi under Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India issued notification inviting online applications for Direct recruitment to 837 posts – 827 posts of Postman and 10 post of Mail Guard. Interested candidates should apply online through the India Post website www.indiapostman.gov.in till 3 December 2014.

Important dates:

Last date to register online through India Post website www.indiapost.gov.in: 3 December 2014 (2359 hours)

Last date for submitting fee at e-payment post office: 5 December 2014

Admit cards for the Aptitude test to be available from: 13 December 2014

Vacancy details

Total vacancies: 837 posts

Probation period: 2 years

1. Postman: 827 posts

Division/ Unit - wise vacancy details:

a. New Delhi South West Division: 118 posts

b. New Delhi West Division: 121 posts

c. Delhi East Division: 121 posts

d. New Delhi Central Division: 93 posts

e. Delhi North Division: 130 posts

f. New Delhi South Division: 180 posts

g. Delhi GPO: 36 posts

h. New Delhi HO: 28 posts

Pay Scale: Pay Band of Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs.2000 per month

Age limit:

Minimum: 18 years

Maximum: 27 years

Qualification: Matriculation pass  

2. Mail Guard: 10 posts

Divisions:-

a. New Delhi Sorting Division: one post

b. Delhi Sorting Division: 6 posts

c. Airmail Sorting Division: 3 posts

Pay Scale: Pay Band of Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade Pay of Rs.2000 per month

Age limit:

Minimum: 18 years

Maximum: 27 years

Qualification: Matriculation pass  

[NOTE: Maximum age limit is relax-able up to 3 years for OBC category candidates and up to 5 years for SC/ ST category candidates]

Selection Procedure: Selection of candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in the Aptitude test, as per merit. The 120 minutes Aptitude test will comprise of four parts i.e. A, B, C, and D.

Selected candidates would be imparted training and they would be on probation for a period of 2 years.

Admit cards for the Aptitude test would be available on the Departmental website www.indiapost.gov.in from 13 December 2014.

Fees:

Application form cost: Rs. 100 (for all candidates who register)

Examination fees: Rs. 400.

[SC/ ST/ PH and female candidates are exempted from payment of examination fees.]

Mode of payment of Fee: Non-refundable fees -- examination fee of Rs. 400 and application form amount Rs.100 -- is to be paid in cash at one of the 110 identified e-payment post offices, using a print out of the fee payment challan (in triplicate) generated on registering online, till 5 December 2014.

After 3 working days of the payment of fees, a confirmation SMS will be sent to the candidates.

Candidates should retain a copy of the challan for future reference.

How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates should apply online through the India Post website www.indiapostman.gov.in till 3 December 2014.

On successful submission of the online application form, a provisional unique registration number (URN) would be generated by the system and displayed on the screen. The URN would also be sent by SMS to the candidate.

After registration, candidates should deposit the fee and on receipt of Fee confirmation SMS, they should take a printout of the submitted application and retain it along with the coy of fee challan and receipt issued by the post office for future reference.

A candidate should submit only one online application.

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