India Post Office Recruitment 2023 online application form has begun For 40889 GDS vacancies, The last date to submit an online application for the India Post GDS Recruitment 2023 is February 16, 2023.
India Post office Recruitment 2023
Post Office GDS Recruitment 2023: India Post has issued an invitation to qualified 10th grade graduates to apply for 40889 positions as Gramin Dak Sevaks, Branch Postmasters, and Dak Sevaks. With 23 postal service circles throughout India, India Post is a government-run postal service that falls under the Ministry of Communications’ Department of Post. On www.indiapostgdsonline.gov.in, the Post Office Recruitment 2023 Apply Online link has been enabled, and applicants may submit their online applications by February 16th, 2023. Read the article below for more information about the Post Office GDS Recruitment 2023.
|Starting Date to Registration
|Last Date to Registration
|To Edit/Correction the form
|17-02-2023 to 19-02-2023
India Post office Recruitment 2023
The Secondary School Examination pass certificate of the 10th standard, given by any recognised Board of School Education by the Government of India/State Governments/Union Territories in India, must have passed in Mathematics and English (having been studied as compulsory or elective subjects), shall be a requirement for all approved categories of GDS.
- Knowledge of computer
- Knowledge of cycling
- Adequate means of livelihood
Number of vacancies state wisely
|Jammu & Kashmir
Age relaxation for India Post office Recruitment
Application fee and post for India Post office Recruitment
For all vacancies posted in the chosen division, candidates must pay a fee of Rs 100. Applicants who are trans women, SC/ST, PWD, and all-female candidates are not required to pay an application fee. For the India Post GDS Recruitment 2023, the application cost is broken down per category below.
|UR/ OBC/ EWS Male
|Female, SC/ST candidates & PwD Candidates
|Name of post
How to apply for India Post office Recruitment
(a) In order to receive the Registration Number, the applicant must first register on the GDS online Engagement Portal at the address www.indiapostqdsonline.in.
(b) In order to register on the Portal, applicants need to have their
own active cellphone and email addresses. Everything crucial, such as the declaration of the shortlisting results and the tentative engagement offer, will be delivered to the registered cellphone number.
exclusively by SMS/Email. There will be no other means of contact between the Department and the applicant.
(C) Following registration, the same cellphone number for each application be prohibited from registering again, not even another application.
The candidature of all such registrations will be revoked in the event that any duplicate Registrations are discovered by changing the fundamental data.
from the process of choosing. Anyone applying who lost their registration number can regain it by selecting the “Forgot registration” option.
(a) Charge: Applicants for all positions announced in their choice of Division must pay a fee of Rs. 100/-/- (Rupees one hundred only).All female candidates, SC/ST applicants, PwD applicants, and Transwomen applicants, however, are excused from paying the cost.
(b) Applicants may pay the cost using any online payment method using the link given, with the exception of applicants in the exempt category. This may be done with any recognised Credit/Debit Card, Net Banking, or UPI.
purpose. fees associated with using debit/credit cards, as well as the applicants will be charged for net banking according to the regulations in effect at the time.
(c) Applicants are urged to write down their Registration number in a safe location before paying the cost.
(d) Once a fee is paid, it cannot be reimbursed. Therefore, before paying the application cost, the candidate is encouraged to confirm his eligibility to apply to a certain Division.
e) Candidates who are exempt from paying a charge may submit an application immediately online.
Division selection and preference expression
A candidate may only submit one or more applications for the one or more open GDS positions in the chosen Division. Prior to deciding on a division
Option, the applicant must verify their information by providing their registration number and the OTP that was given to their registered cellphone number. After choosing the Division, a list of all positions that are eligible (based on community and age) will be shown, and applicants must indicate their preferences for each position. The applicant will not be given consideration for a position for which he or she has not expressed a preference (S). However, if chosen for further consideration, just one position will be made available for engagement, and hisMer rights to all other positions will be lost.
Example: – If a applicant opts for five posts in a Division with preference
Postl, post2, post3, post4, post5 etc. and selected as meritorious in more than one post, the first post in the order of preference, against which he/she is found most suitable, will be offered and the candidature for all the remaining posts will be forfeited.
When submitting an online application, the applicant must only upload the following documents in the formats and sizes specified.
Therefore, it is suggested that before submitting an online application, the scanned papers be ready in softcopy form
- Photography 50kb
- Signature Maximum 20kb
Criteria for Selection
(i) A system-generated merit list will be used to select the candidates for employment.
(ii) The Secondary School Examination of the Tenth Standard of Approved Boards, aggregated to % with an accuracy of Four Decimals, will serve as the foundation for preparing the Merit list. This conversion of Grades/Points to Marks is discussed in Subparagraphs (iii) to (ix) below.
It is necessary to pass every topic in accordance with the corresponding, recognised board standards.
(iii) For candidates whose Secondary School Examination of 10th Standard mark sheet contains both grades and points and marks, only their total marks will be calculated by factoring in the grades earned in all required and optional courses (apart from any additional subjects, if any). This will guarantee that candidates with higher grades are chosen.