India Post Office Jobs for Gov For Post Man / Mail Guard in Chennai
India Post Office
Post Name: Postman or Mail Guard vacant positions are offered to be applied by the contenders. Qualification/Educational Criteria: Contenders must have passed their Matriculation or any other equally marked qualification from a reputed Board or Institution. Working experience in relevant fields is mandatory for this recruitment. No of Post: Not mentioned Age Limit (in yrs): Contenders age limit will be marked as 18 years minimum and 27 years maximum as per declined in official notification. In terms of age relaxation 5 years to SC/ST, 3 years to OBC and 10 years PH (categories) will be issued by organization. Pay Scale/Salary (in Rs.): Meeting the eligibility criteria, applicant will be offered by a pay scale of Rs.5200-20200/- with GP of Rs.2000/- on monthly basis as per post wise declined in official notification below. Application Fee: Rs.100/- application fee has to be submitted for this recruitment and Rs.400/- Examination fee from GEN & OBC categories through system generated Challan. Mode of Selection: Aptitude test will be the procedure of selection which will be scheduled by the selection committee of organization.
Contenders must have passed their Matriculation or any other equally marked qualification from a reputed Board or Institution.
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
2015-09-29 to 2015-10-04
About India post office
The Department of Posts comes under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. The Postal Service Board, the apex management body of the Department, comprises the Chairman and six Members. The six members of the Board hold portfolios of Personnel, Operations, Technology, Postal Life Insurance, Human Resources Development, Planning respectively. The Joint Secretary and Financial Advisor to the Department is a permanent invitee to the Board. The Board is assisted by a senior staff officer of the Directorate as Secretary to the Board. Deputy Directors General, Directors and Assistant Directors General provide the necessary functional support for the Board at the Headquarters.
India has the largest Postal Network in the world with over 1, 54,882 Post Offices (as on 31.03.2014) of which 1, 39,182 (89.86%) are in the rural areas. At the time of independence, there were 23,344 Post Offices, which were primarily in urban areas. Thus, the network has registered a seven-fold growth since Independence, with the focus of this expansion primarily in rural areas. On an average, a Post Office serves an area of 21.22 Sq. Km and a population of 8221 people