Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016 for 199 Postman/ Mail Guard Posts

Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016 for 199 Postman/ Mail Guard Posts. Government of India, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Department of Posts, Jharkhand Circle, Ranchi has announced notification for the Postman/ Mail Guard and MTS direct recruitment quota in different divisions of Jharkhand Postal Circle. Eligible candidates may apply online on or before 6-2-2016 by 23:59 Hrs.

About Jharkhand Postal Circle:

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.

The Department of Posts, trading as India Post, is a government-operated postal system in India; it is generally referred to within India as “the post office”. As of 31 March 2011, the Indian Postal Service had 154,866 post offices, of which 139,040 (89.78 percent) were in rural areas and 15,826 (10.22 percent) in urban areas. It had 25,464 departmental Post Offices and 129,402 Extra-Departmental Branch Post Offices. At the time of independence, there were 23,344 post offices, primarily in urban areas. The network has registered a sixfold growth since independence, with the expansion’s focus primarily in rural areas. On average, a post office serves an area of 21.23 square kilometres (8.20 sq mi) and a population of 7,114; it is the most widely distributed postal system in the world. The large number is a result of a tradition of disparate postal systems, which were unified in the Indian Union after independence. Because of this far-flung reach and its presence in remote areas, the Indian postal service is also involved in other services (such as small-savings banking and financial services).

The postal service is under the Department of Posts, which is part of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Government of India. The apex body of the department is the Postal Service Board, consisting of a chair and six members. The six board members govern personnel, operations, technology, postal life insurance, human-resource development (HRD) and planning. The joint secretary and financial adviser is also a permanent invitee.

India has been divided into 22 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 (headed by SSPOs and SPOs). These divisions are further divided into subdivisions, headed by ASPs and IPOs. Other functional units (such as circle stamp depots, postal store depots and mail motor service) may exist in the circles and regions. In addition to the 22 circles, there is a base circle to provide postal services to the Armed Forces of India. The base circle is headed by a Director General, Army Postal Service. The highest post office in the world is in Hikkim, Himachal Pradesh operated by India post at a height of 15,500 ft (4,700 m).

The government has approved an IT modernisation project in the Department of Posts for the computerisation of all post and mail offices, administrative and other offices, establishment of IT infrastructure and software development. The project includes supplying rural ICT hardware and peripherals to branch post offices in rural areas, developing of scalable, integrated and modular software covering all postal operations and establishing an IT infrastructure; including data centers and Wide Area Network (WAN)-based networking.

In the month of May, 2015 India Post launched its first Smartphone app “PostInfo”. India Post also inaugurated a dedicated E-commerce facility in Safdarganj area, New Delhi. The facility has a capacity of handling 30,000 shipments per day.

Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016 Details:

Total Number of Vacancies: 119posts

Name of the Post:

1. Postman/ Mail Guard: 159 Posts
2. MTS: 40 Posts

Important Dates for Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016:

Last Date for Registration of Online Application: 6-2-2016 by 23:59 Hrs.
Last Date to Pay the Fee: 9-2-2016.

Age Limit:

Post No.1: Between 18 to 27 years
Post No.2: between 18 to 25 years as on 6-2-2016. The applicable relaxation is provided to persons belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PH/Ex-servicemen candidates as per the extant orders.

Pay Scale:

Rs.5,200/- to 20,200/- + GP- Rs.2,000/ 1,800 + Other admissible allowances.

Educational Qualification:

Post No.1: Matriculation from a recognized Board or University.
Post No.2: Matriculation or ITI from a recognized Board.

Selection Procedure:

Candidates will be selected based on Written Test and Interview.

Cost of Application Form Registration:

Candidates must have to payRs.100/- (plus Rs.5/- for e-payment commission) for all categories of applicants who have registered.

Examination Fee:

The Examination fee prescribed for all male applicants in General and OBC categories is Rs.400/-. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / Physically Impaired/ Women are exempted from payment of Examination Fee.

How to Apply Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016:

The eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.indiapost.gov.in on or before 6-2-2016 by 23:59 Hrs.

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