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POSTAL ASSISTANTS,SORTING ASSISTANTS,POSTAL ASSISTANTS (SAVINGS BANK CONTROL ORGANIZATION),POSTAL ASSISTANTS (Foreign post organization), Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Tamilnadu Postal Circle, Delhi Aug 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Recruitment of Postal Assistants / Sorting Assistants in Tamilnadu Postal Circle
Applications are invited from the eligible Applicants for filling of vacancies of
** POSTAL ASSISTANTS – 415
** SORTING ASSISTANTS – 88
** POSTAL ASSISTANTS (Returned Letter Office) – 5
** POSTAL ASSISTANTS (Mail Motor Service) – 3
** POSTAL ASSISTANTS (Foreign post organization) – 1
** POSTAL ASSISTANTS (SAVINGS BANK CONTROL ORGANIZATION) – 109
Scale of Pay : Rs. 5200-20200 with Grade pay of Rs. 2400 + admissible allowance.
Age Limit : 18-27 years;
Educational Qualification : 10 +2 Standard or 121h Class pass with at least 60 % marks and above, from any recognized University/Board of School Education, Board of Secondary Education with English as a compulsory subject (excluding vocational streams) for OC candidates, 55 % and above for Other Backward Classes and 45% and above for Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes shall apply.
Pattern of Examination :- The Applicants shall be subjected to an Aptitude Test with a total 100 marks covering the following subjects/topics. Aptitude Test (Paper-I) will be comprising following four parts (A/B/C/D). The total duration of the Aptitude Test will be 2 hrs (120 Minutes). There is no negative marking.
Selection Process : All Applicants belonging to various categories who have obtained the following marks in 10+2 examination shall be called for appearing in the Aptitude Test OC 60 % and above SC/ST 45 % and above OBC 55 % and above Applicants numbering five times the No. of vacancies in each category shall be declared qualified for appearing Computer/Typing Test based on the marks secured by them in Aptitude Test (Paper I).
Examination Fee : The Applicants have to pay the prescribed Examination fee of Rs. 200 and it should be deposited in an identified Post Office of this circle and obtain ACG-67/UCR receipt.
ALL FEMALE CANDIDATES AND APPLICANTS BELONGING TO SCHEDULED CASTE/SCHEDULED TRIBE /PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED CATEGORIES ARE EXEMPTED FROM PAYMENT OF EXAMINATION FEE.
NO EXAMINATION FEE EXEMPTION HOWEVER AVAILABLE TO OBC APPLICANTS AND THEY ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE EXAMINATION FEE IN FULL, Applications received without prescribed fee receipt shall be summarily rejected.
How to apply : Application Form is sold at a price of Rs.50 at all Head Post Offices and identified Post Offices in Tamilnadu Circle. The sale will commence from 11-08-2012 and close on 25-09-2012. There will be no sale of applications after 25-09-2012.The filled-in applications should be sent to ‘Direct Recruitment Cell, New Delhi HO, New Delhi 110001′ through Speed Post or Registered Post of India Post only. The applications received through courier or delivered in person will not be accepted.
Last date for receipt of Applications by the Recruitment agency is fixed as 01-10-2012 and for those residing in Assam / Meghalaya / Arunachal Pradesh / Mizoram / Manipur / Nagaland / Tripura / Sikkim / Ladakh Division of J & K State, Lahaul & Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep will be 11-10-2012.
1. Our service area continues to expand to reach people even in hilly, difficult and inaccessible terrains. At the same time there is a continuous endeavor to improve our services/operations with innovative ideas and induction of technology. Our commitment towards rendering better service emanates from our Mission.
Tentative Last Date:11-10-2012
About the organization:
Postal system in Tamilnadu originated during the days of the East India Company. What started as a scheme to convey the mails of the East India Company and its servants in the erstwhile Madras, has now grown into a mammoth system handling over 80 lakhs of mail per day.John Philip Burlton of the East India Company suggested to the Governor of Madras, in 1785, to establish a post office in Fort Saint George so that the letters of the staff of the Company which were carried free at the expense of the Government, could be charged for. His suggestion was accepted and a post office was established at Fort Saint George on 1st June, 1786. This post office later grew into Madras GPO, which is now called as Chennai GPO.At that time, the Post was divided into three divisions, Madras North to Ganjam, Madras South to Anjengo and Madras West to Vellore. The head of the Organisation was a Postmaster General, with his office established at Madras. He was assisted by one Deputy, one writer or native assistant, five sorters, one head-peon and ten peons.In 1789, arrangements were made for despatch of letters to Bombay through Masulipatnam and through Nizam’s dominion.
Tamilnadu Postal Circle
‘Direct Recruitment Cell, New Delhi HO, New Delhi 110001′
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