Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment 2017 for 128 Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) Vacancies
Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment 2017 for 128 Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) Vacancies: – Tamilnadu Postal Circle has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 128 posts. As per notification, the post name is Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) in Postal Divisions, RMS Divisions in Tamilnadu Postal Circle.
If you want to make career at Tamilnadu Postal Circle Vacancy then you can apply their online application from 10 April to 09 May 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: – Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS).
Eligibility: – 10th Pass.
Location: – Tamilnadu.
Last date: – 09 May 2017.
Age limit: – 18 to 40 years.
Advertisement number: – STC/12-GDS ONLINEENGAGEMENT/NOTIFICATION/2017.
Vacancy details of Tamilnadu Postal Circle Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 128 posts.
Name of posts: – Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS).
Category wise vacancy details:-
1) General – 71 Posts.
2) OBC – 39 Posts.
3) SC – 18 Posts.
Eligibility: –Passed 10th standard from a recognized board or institute.
Salary: – Rs 25,000 per month.
Application Fee: – The fee of Rs 100 for OC/OBC Male at any Head Post Office. Fee payment is exempted for all female and SC/ST candidates.
Selection Process: – Only marks obtained in 10th standard of approved Boards aggregated to percentage to the accuracy of 4 decimals will be the criteria for finalizing the selection.
Note: – If you have any quarry regarding selection process then you must see the advertisement and read to be carefully.
How to apply:- The candidates can apply online application through the website http://www.appost.in/gdsonline/ from 10 April to 09 May 2017.
Important Dates to Remember:-
- Starting date for submission of online application – 10 April 2017.
- Last date for Submission of online application – 09 May 2017.
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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.