UP Postal GDS Recruitment 2020: UTTAR PRADESH postal circle recruitment has invited the notification for 3951 posts of UP GDS (Gramin Dak Sevak) Cycle-II/2019. The procedure for UP GDS online application has started from 23rd March and will be available up to 22nd April 2020, so those candidates who are interested in the vacancy and fulfill the eligibility criteria may apply for the post by applying online @indiapostgdsonline.in
Below in this article, you can find all the details about the recruitment, so first read it before moving to apply online.
|Name of the postal circle||UTTAR PRADESH|
|Total number of posts||3951|
|Name of the posts||BPM, ABPM and Dak Sevak|
|Commencement of online procedure||22nd April 2020|
|Last date to apply online||22nd April 2020|
|Mode of Apply||Online only|
|Selection procedure||On merit basi|
|Branch PostMasater (BPM)||3951|
|Asst Branch PostMasater (ABPM)|
Those candidates who are eyeing to apply for the UP GDS post must know whether they are eligible in terms of age or not.
For GDS post candidates
But if you belong to the reservation community then you might have some relaxation in the upper age limit. To know about your category do check the list which we have given below:
|PWD+ OBC||13 years|
|PWD+ SC/ST||15 years|
Now, it’s time for the candidates to know whether their academic qualification is eligible for the post of GDS or not.
Class 10th: Candidates must have passed their high school/10th class with pass mark from the recognized board
Meritorious: If you are among those who had passed their 10th class in one attempt will be treated as meritorious against the candidates who had passed the examination in a compartment.
Local Languages: Candidates who are applying for the post must know that they should know the local languages of the state very well and must have studied the local language in their high school.
The local language of Uttar Pradesh
It is to be required from all candidates that they possess basic computer training course certificate of at least 60 days duration from any computer training institute which is run by central or state government or private institutes. But if candidates have a computer as a subject in their high school or in intermediate or in any other higher education qualification then they are relaxed about this.
Candidates must have knowledge of cycling for all posts. But if candidates having knowledge of riding a scooter or motorcycle then it will be considered as knowledge of cycling and candidates have to submit a declaration for this.
Those candidates who had applied for the post of GDS Cycle II successfully will be selected only on the basis of the merit list which is an automatic system generated and those whose name is shortlisted in the merit list will be called for document verification to know the authenticity of the candidates.
If any of the candidates having higher education qualification then they are not going to have any weightage for that.
While applying online for the post candidates need to upload some of their documents in scanned form and the scanned file should be in prescribed size, as we have mention below:
On fulfilling all requirements for the post of GDS, it’s time to know how to apply for the post online. For that below, we have given a few steps which on following you can easily apply for the post, in the end, we also have given the direct link to apply online.
First of all, candidates need to visit the official website (appost.in) of the Indian post to register themselves for the post by furnishing a few of their details like
Step-2: Application fee
Once you register for the post successfully after that you need to pay the application fee by entering the registration number and password which you got while registering.
Step-3: Apply online
You can pay your application fee through online mode or via offline mode in selected post officers.
Those candidates who apply for the post of UP GDS must know the job profile of it. So for them, we have given the details of the job profile for all posts:
The duty of the BPM is to manage affairs of the GDS Branch post office, IPPB and uninterrupted service at the counter operation during the working hours.
BPM needs to manage the postal facility, maintenance of record, ensuring online transactions, and procurement of business in the panchayat came into the jurisdiction of the postmaster.
He/she is the team leader of the GDS post office and responsible for the smooth and timely functioning of their post office.
Sometimes BPM has to do the jobs of ABPMs when ordered. In some branches, BPM has to do all the work of BPM/ABPM
Under the ABPM candidates has to do the job like sale of stamps, stationery, conveyance and the delivery of mail at doorstep and deposits/payment and other transaction under IPPB. They also need to assist the Branch postmaster.
They are required to do marketing and organization melas and other work that is assigned by the branch postmaster.
As the name suggests the first job of the Dak Sevak is to deliver the posts in the area allotted to him/her and besides that he/she has to furnish some other duties at the post office like sale of stamps, stationery and some other work which was assigned by the postmaster/ Subpostmaster.
This post also includes the work in the departmental post officer of IPPB. It is to be noted here that the work performed by the candidates in IPPB will not include in the calculation of TRCA because it will be done on an incentive basis.
GDS has to assist postmaster/sub-postmaster to manage the smooth functioning of departmental post officers and some marketing also.
Some other work can be assigned for GDS by IPO/ASPO/SPOs/SSPOs/SRM/SSRM etc.
GDS also needs to handle work in RMS (railway mail service) like closing and opening of boxes, transportation of bags from one place to other and other duties assigned by the RMS.
Below we have given the minimum TRCA which is payable to the post of GDS candidates:
If on the engagement of GDS it is required from the candidates that they must furnish security amount as it prescribed time to time. The security amount for Branch postmaster and other categories of GDS is ABPM and Dak Sevak is Rs. 1, 00, 000/-
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