Department of Posts POSTMAN / MAIL GUARD Recruitment Rules-2018.

Department of Posts POSTMAN / MAIL GUARD Recruitment Rules-2018.

Age-limit for direct recruits.

(i) Between 18 and 27 years. 

(Relaxable for candidates   belonging to the Scheduled Caste   or Scheduled Tribe or Other   Backward Castes and for   Government servants in   accordance with the instructions   issued by the Central Government   from time to time).  

Note: The crucial date for   determining the age-limit shall in   each case be the closing date for   receipt of applications from   candidates in India (and not the   closing date prescribed for those   in Assam, Meghalaya, Arunachal   Pradesh, Mizoram, Manipur,   Nagaland, Tripura, Sikkim,   Ladakh Division of Jammu and   Kashmir State, Lahaul and Spiti   District and Pangi Sub-Division   of Chamba District of Himachal   Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar   Islands or Lakshadweep).

(ii) The age limit for appointment   of Gramin Dak Sevaks* shall be   fifty years as on the 1st day of   January of the year to which the   vacancy (ies) belong to or as per   the Government of India   guidelines issued from time to   time (Relaxable for those   belonging to Scheduled Caste or   Scheduled Tribe up to five and for those belonging to other   Backward Castes up to three   years).

  *Gramin Dak Sevaks are holders   of Civil posts but they are outside   the regular Civil Service due to   which their appointment shall be   treated as direct recruitment.  

Educational and other   qualifications required   for direct recruits.

(i) 12th standard pass   from a recognized   Board.

(ii) Knowledge of   local language of the   concerned State or   Union territory. The   candidate should   have studied local   language at least   up to 10th standard.   The local language   of a State or Union   territory shall be as   published by   Department of Posts.

(iii) Knowledge of   working on   Computer.

(iv) Candidates   should have a valid   license of two wheeler   or light   motor vehicle.   Persons with   Disability may be   exempted from the   possession of   licence.

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