Ministry of Communications, India Post has released the Gramin Dak Sevak results for the Andhra Pradesh circle (AP GDS) today on January 12, 2022. Candidates who wish to check their results must visit the official website of the India Post at appost.in. The results have been declared in the format of a PDF document listing the names of all the shortlisted candidates. The result document can be accessed from the official portal only and not via any offline mechanism.
How to download the AP GDS results
Candidates can follow the below-given steps to access the results released by India Post for the Andhra Pradesh circle:
Step 1. Visit the official website of the Indian postal services appost.in
Step 2. On the left is a tab of several results that are yet to be displayed and have already been out. Click on the lower tab where “Andhra Pradesh” is mentioned.
Step 3. Upon clicking, you’ll be redirected and a pdf file download will start.
Step 4. The file contains a list of shortlisted candidates. You may check for your name.
The contenders may follow the aforementioned steps to know whether they have been selected or not. The Andhra Pradesh postal circle had conducted exams this year for a massive 2296 vacancies in several levels of Gramin Dak Sevak such as Branch postmasters (BPM), assistant branch postmasters (ABPM), and Dak Sevaks. Those who are interested to appear for the examination must be between 18-40 years of age and must have a senior secondary school passing examination certificate with minimum passing marks in the mother tongue, English, and mathematics.
Recruitment is based upon merit as well as cutoff scores. Last year for the general category the cutoff marks were 89 to 94. Similarly, the cutoff was 78-83 for other backward classes, 75-81 for scheduled caste, and 77-82 for scheduled tribes. Candidates who scored between 68 to 73 marks were selected if they had a disability. The exam spans a total duration of one hundred and twenty minutes. The examinees are presented with one hundred questions which have a weightage of one hundred marks. Reasoning and analysis, English language, mathematics, and telegram language each contribute 25 marks each to the paper. Last year the cycle-III recruitment was notified on November 3, 2021. Candidates expected the results to be out by December at most but were detained due to the rapid expansion of the third wave.