India Post, the largest postal network in the world, has issued a notification for recruitment to the post of gramin dak sevak (GDS) in the West Bengal postal circle. The total number of vacancies is 2,357.
Through this recruitment process, India Post will fill vacancies in branch post master (BPM), assistant branch post master (ABPM) and dak sevak (DS) posts. There are a total 23 postal circles with more than 1.54 lakh post offices across India.
Candidates can now apply online for various GDS posts in West Bengal circle till August 19, 2021 through the official website of India Post.
Registration and fee submission start: July 20, 2021
Last date of registration: August 19, 2021
Last date of fee payment: August 19, 2021
i) Secondary school examination pass certificate of 10th standard with passing marks in mathematics, local language and English.
(ii) Compulsory knowledge of the local language.
Age: Between 18 years to 40 years as on July 20, 2021.
Relaxation in upper age limit is applicable for SC, ST, OBC and differently-abled candidates as per government guidelines.
1) Level 1 in time related continuity allowance (TRCA) slab
BPM: Rs 12,000 per month
ABPM/Dak Sevak: Rs 10,000 per month
2) Level 2 in time related continuity allowance (TRCA) slab
BPM: Rs 14,500 per month
ABPM/Dak Sevak: Rs 12,000 per month
However, the initial fixation of TRCA (Time Related Continuity Allowance) will be done on the first stage of Level-I of the respective category.
Unreserved/OBC/Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) male/ trans-man: Rs 100
SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities (PwD) category and female/ trans-woman: No Fee
The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of the automatically generated merit list.
Interested candidates are required to apply only online through India Post’s official website on or before August 19, 2021.
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