Uttar Pradesh Post Office Recruitment 2015, 932 Vacancies, Uttar Pradesh Post Office Jobs 2015
Government of India, Ministry of Communications & IT, Department of Posts, Uttar Pradesh Postal Circle has invited applications for the recruitment of 932 Postman, Mail Guard, MTS( Administrative Office & Subordinate Office) vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online from June 1, 4 pm to June 30 by 11.59 pm or offline on or before June 30.
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MTS (Administrative Office): 42
MTS (Subordinate Office): 268
For Postman and Mail Guard posts: The candidates should have passed Matriculation from recognised board.
Candidates must have passed Matriculation or equivalent or ITI from recognised Boards.
Age limit: The candidates' age should be between 18 to 27 years as on June 30. Age relaxation is applicable for 5 years for SC/ST category, 3 years for OBC and Government Servants up to 40 years in accordance with Government rule.
Selection process: Candidates will be selected based on their performance in an aptitude test.
: Candidates have to pay Rs 500 (OC/OBC candidates) and Rs 100 (SC/ST/PH/Women candidates).
How to apply: The OMR application form will be available at Post Offices of UP Circle from June 1 to June 30. The eligible candidates may apply online through the official website of India Posts www.indiapost.gov.in or send their application along with OMRapplication form number, photocopy of e-payment receipt and examination fee. Candidates must mention in bold letters on the cover of the envelope "Application for the post of MTS in Administrative Offices or Application for the Post of MTS in Subordinate Offices or Application for the Post of Postman or Application for the Post of Mail Guard". The letter should be mailed through speed post/registered post to 'The Direct RecruitmentCell, Office of the Chief Postmaster General, Uttar Pradesh Circle, Lucknow-226001' on or before June 30.
Last date for submission of online application: June 30 till 11.59 pm
Last date for receipt of applications: June 30
Last date for payment of fee: July 3
The Reserve Bank of India has already issued licensing norms for niche banks - payments banks and small banks.
There will be no job losses during transformation of the Department of Posts, Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad assured Friday. "I assure all employees that no one will lose their job during the transformation of Department of Post.
There is a need for capacity building," Prasad tweeted while sharing highlights of his address to circle heads of Department of Posts.
The Minister has been asking postal employees to transform themselves and help in transformation of post offices. "Computerisation of all Post Offices must be completed soon.
This is my priority and I will personally monitor the progress of this work," he tweeted. The minister said that proposed Post Bank of India will be a game changer for the department as it will take financial inclusion to a new level. "Post offices must gear up for this," he said.
The DoP has plans to set up Post Bank of India under payments bank licence. The Reserve Bank of India has already issued licensing norms for niche banks - payments banks and small banks.
Prasad said that DoP officers should reach out to eCommerce companies and offer them logistics services. "eCommerce is a great opportunity. India Post must use this opportunity to take eCommerce to the every corner of India," Prasad said.
India Post has launched a mobile application and an e-commerce centre at Safdarjang, New Delhi that will handle e-retailing exclusively. The centre is capable of handling 30,000 parcels per day. Online retail players such as Amazon, Paytm and Snapdeal are using the Postal Department's services for their parcels.
He said that post offices in rural India must also improve their facilities and improve their visibility by placing sign boards so that people can locate it easily.
"Department of Post has to play a bigger & more active role in transformation of India. No other govt agency has such deep understanding of India," Prasad tweeted.
Source: PTI, Courtesy : http://www.moneycontrol.com/