Uttar Pradesh Postal Circle has released the notification of 3951 vacancies for the Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) Post on its official website www.appost.in .
Interested candidates can start to apply online from 23-March-2020 on official website till
22 April 2020 07-May-2020(extented) 15 May 2020(again extended). All the details that you need to know about UP Post office recruitment 2020 can be found below. Candidates will be selected based merit list. The last date to apply online for UP Post office Recruitment 2020 is 15 May 2020.
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UP Postal Circle Recruitment 2020 Details
|Circle||Uttar Pradesh Postal Circle|
|Mode of Registration||Online|
|Last date to apply for up post office vacancy|
15 May 2020
|Post Name||Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS)|
|Cadre||BPM, ABPM & Dak Sevak|
UP Post office Recruitment 2020 reserved posts
|Category||No of posts breserved|
Pay Scale for UP Post office Recruitment 2020
|Category||Level I Slab (TRCA 4 Hours)||Level II (TRCA 5 Hours)|
|BPM||Rs 12, 000/-||Rs 14, 500/-|
|ABPM/ Dak Sevak||Rs 10, 000/-||Rs 12, 000/-|
Educational Qualification for UP Post office Recruitment 2020
Candidates who wanted to participate for Gramin Dak Sevaks post should have :
- Secondary School Examination pass certificate of 10th standard with passing marks in Mathematics and English (having been studied as compulsory or elective subjects).
- The candidate should have studied the local language at least up to 10th standard.
Age Limit for UP Post office Recruitment 2020
The minimum and maximum of age for the purpose of engagement to GDS posts shall be 18 and 40 years respectively as on 23.03.2020 the date of notification of the vacancies.Permissible relaxation in Upper age limit for different categories are as under:-
|Category||Permissible age relaxation|
Application fee for UP Post office Recruitment 2020
Job location for UP Post office Recruitment 2020
About India Post
The Department of Posts (DoP), trading as India Post, is a government-operated postal system in India, which is a subsidiary of the Ministry of Communications. Generally called “the post office” in India, it is the most widely distributed postal system in the world. Founded in 1854 by Lord Dalhousie who laid the foundation for the modern Indian postal service. Dalhousie introduced uniform postage rates (universal service) & passed the India Post office act 1854 which significantly improved upon Lord William Bentinck’s 1837 act which had introduced Post offices in India. It created the position Director General of post for the whole country .
It is involved in delivering mail (post), remitting money by money orders, accepting deposits under Small Savings Schemes, providing life insurance cover under Postal Life Insurance (PLI) and Rural Postal Life Insurance (RPLI) and providing retail services like bill collection, sale of forms, etc. The DoP also acts as an agent for Government of India in discharging other services for citizens such as old age pension payments and Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) wage disbursement. With 155,015 post offices, India Post has the most widely distributed postal network in the world.
The country has been divided into 23 postal circles, each circle headed by a Chief Postmaster General. Each circle is divided into regions, headed by a Postmaster General and comprising field units known as Divisions. These divisions are further divided into subdivisions. In addition to the 23 circles, there is a base circle to provide postal services to the Armed Forces of India headed by a Director General. One of the highest post offices in the world is in Hikkim, Himachal Pradesh operated by India Post at a height of
Source : Wikipedia