India Post has changed the last date to register and submit online application of GDS recruitment 2019 for Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, and Punjab postal circles. Whereas earlier the last date to register and pay fee was September 4, it is now September 7. Likewise the last date to submit online application was previously also September 4, and is now September 11.
The decision was taken as most of the candidates were facing troubles in uploading their photo, signature, and documents due to heavy rush on the server. India Post’s Gramin Dak Sevak recruitment 2019 is open for class 10th pass government job aspirants.
There are 919 vacancies in Assam postal circle, 1,063 vacancies in Bihar postal circle, 2,510 vacancies in Gujarat postal circle. Then there are 2,637 vacancies in Karnataka postal circle, 2,086 in Kerala postal circle, and 851 in Punjab postal circle.
has announced to fill 2510 vacancies for Branch Postmaster (BPM), Assistant Branch Postmaster (ABPM) and Dak Sevak. A class 10th passed candidate who has studied Maths and English as a compulsory or elective subject is eligible to apply for the post. In addition, one must have a knowledge of cycling. All the eligible candidates who are in an age group of between 18 to 40 years have to submit their applications at appost.in/gdsonline before the deadline.
In order to apply, candidates has to register once per cycle and obtain the unique registration number. In next step, an application fee of Rs 100 has to be paid by UR / OBC / EWS male. Thereafter, login with the registration number and select the circle applying for. Proceed with filling up the form and upload the necessary documents of SSC Marks Memo , DOB proof, Computer Certificate, Community Certificate, Certificate of Disability (in case of PH candidates). Verify the details once again and then submit it.
India post will fill the respective positions on the basis of a merit list. Only the marks obtained in 10th of approved boards aggregated to percentage to the accuracy of 4 decimals will be the criteria for selection as per the conditions of Clause B pertaining to Required Educational Qualifications. Also, it is mandatory to pass in all the subjects which will be calculated in the merit list.
On provisional selection, the applicants will be communicated over SMS. Howsoever, a physical communication in regards to provisional intimation will also be sent by respective recruiting authorities. The final appointment will be on the basis of satisfactory completion of verification of all the educational and other documents produced by the candidates.
The tasks that have to be carried out by Branch Postmaster is looking after the overall postal facilities, maintenance of records, ensuring online transactions, marketing of Postal India, and procurement of business in the villages or Gram Panchayats. The role of an assistant branch post master includes functioning of sale of stamps / stationery, conveyance and delivery of mail at doorstep and assisting the Branch Postmaster. Whereas a Dak Sevak have to fulfill all the duties assigned by Postmaster / Sub postmaster.
The Department of Posts (DoP), also known as India post, is a government operated postal system in India established in 1854 by Lord Dalhousie. Since then, it is involved in delivering mail, accepting deposits, providing life insurance cover and providing retail services like bill collection, sale forms, etc.