Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment for 16 Staff Car Driver Vacancy
Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment for 16 Staff Car Driver Vacancy:- Tamilnadu Postal Circle has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 16 posts. The post name is Staff Car Driver (Ordinary Grade) in Mail Motor Service, Chennai.
If you want to make career at Tamilnadu Postal Circle Vacancy then you can apply in prescribed application format on or before 21 August 2017. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Tamilnadu Postal Circle Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Post:- Staff Car Driver.
Eligibility:- 10th pass.
Location:- Tamil Nadu.
Last date:- 21 August 2017.
Age limit:- 18 to 27 years.
Official Website: – http://www.tamilnadupost.nic.in/
Vacancy details of Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 16 posts.
Name of post:- Staff Car Driver.
Eligibility: – Pass in 10th standard from a recognized board or Institute and valid driving licence for light and heavy motor vehicles.
Salary: – Rs 19,900-63,200 per month.
Application fee: – Candidates have to Pay Rs 100 through IPO or UCR receipt in any of the Post Offices in Tamilnadu Circle.
Examination Fee: – Short listed Candidates have to Pay Rs 400 through IPO or UCR receipt in any of the Post Offices in Tamilnadu Circle. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / Physically Handicapped / Women are exempted from payment of Examination Fee
Selection Process: – Selection will be based on skill test, a Driving Test.
Note: – If you have any quarry regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply in prescribed application format along with self attested copies of documents and relevant documents and send to the Manager, Mail Motor Service, No.37 (Old No.16/1) Greams Road, Chennai – 600 006 on or before 21 August 2017.
About Tamilnadu Postal Circle.
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.