India Post Office Recruitment 2017 – The Department of Posts (India Post) is a Government Operated Postal System, under Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Govt of India.
India Posts and Indian Postal Circle offers career opportunities to Eligible Indian Nationals. Govt Job Seekers get latest Post Office Govt Jobs in this post – check out following Table.
India Post Jobs Recruitment List: Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant. Lower Selection Grade Posts, Stenographers Grade ‘D’, Stenographers Grade-II, Sr. PS and Private Secretary, Junior Hindi Translator and Senior Hindi Translator, Hindi Typist, Postman and Mail Guard, Multi Tasking Staff, Indian Postal Service Group ‘A’, Senior Artist, Higher Selection Grade – I, Inspector Posts, Higher Selection Grade – II, Postal Service Group ‘B’, Postmaster Cadres, Director etc.
Latest India Post Office Recruitment Jobs 2017 List
|Postal Circle||Name of the Post – Total Vacancies||Last Date For Apply||Detailed Info|
|Maharashtra Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 1789||06.05.2017||Click Here|
|Assam Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 467||06.05.2017||Click Here|
|Madhya Pradesh Post Office||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 1859||02.05.2017||Click Here|
|Rajasthan Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 1577||03.05.2017||Click Here|
|Himachal Pradesh Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 391||02.05.2017||Click Here|
|Jharkhand Post Office||Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) – 256||03.05.2017||Click Here|
|Andhra Pradesh Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) – 1126||19.04.2017||Click Here|
|Telangana Postal Circle||Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) – 645||19.04.2017||Click Here|
|Madhya Pradesh Postal Circle||Sorting / Postal Assistant, Postman, MTS – 31||12.04.2017||Click Here|
|Mail Motor Service, Bangalore||Staff Car Drivers – 06||23.05.2017||Click Here|
India Posts has been divided into 22 Indian Postal Circles, each Circle headed by a Chief Postmaster General. Each circle is divided into Regions comprising groups of field units, called Divisions (Postal/RMS Divisions), headed by a Postmaster General. Each Region is headed by a Postmaster General who is the Postal Manager of the area. In the Circles and Regions, there are other functional supporting logistical units like Stamp Depots, Store Depots, and Mail Motor Service. These divisions are further divided into subdivisions, headed by ASPs and IPOs.
22 Indian Postal Circles: Each Circle normally corresponds to a State except for the North Eastern Circle which comprises of six North Eastern States, Maharashtra Circle which includes Goa, West Bengal Circle includes Sikkim and the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Kerala Circle includes the Union Territory of Lakshadweep and Punjab Circle includes the Union Territory of Chandigarh.
- Andhra Pradesh, 2. Madhya Pradesh, 3. Gujarat, 4. Karnataka, 5. Assam, 6. Maharashtra, 7. Haryana, 8. Rajasthan, 9. Bihar, 10. North Eastern, 11. Himachal Pradesh, 12. Tamil Nadu, 13. Chhattisgarh, 14. Orissa, 15. Jammu and Kashmir, 16. Uttar Pradesh, 17. Delhi, 18. Punjab, 19. Jharkhand, 20. Uttarakhand, 21. West Bengal, 22. Army Postal Service.