Here is the great news for candidates. The Bihar Postal Circle Recruitment 2019 has released its notification to fill in up aspirants for the post of Postal/ Sorting Asst, Postman & MTS. However, candidates looking for jobs in Bihar can apply for the given post on or before 25th April 2019. Aspirants can apply for Bihar Postal Circle Jobs 2019 on our page or on the official website i.e. www.indiapost.gov.in
Bihar Postal Circle Recruitment 2019
Every year Bihar Postal Circle Department releases various jobs for the eligible aspirants. This time they have released 35 vacancies for the posts of Postal/ Sorting Asst, Postman & MTS. Moreover, the mode of application for Bihar Postal Circle Vacancy 2019 is offline. So, aspirants do not delay and apply for the given vacancies to secure your career under the Bihar Government.
Bihar Postal Circle Recruitment Notification 2019 Details
|Name of the Board||Bihar Postal Circle Department|
|No. of Vacancies||35|
|Name of the Post||Postal/ Sorting Asst, Postman & MTS|
|Job Category||Bihar Government Jobs|
|Starting Date to Apply||14th March 2019|
|Last Date to Apply||25th April 2019|
Bihar Post Office Jobs 2019 – Vacancy Details
|Name of Post||No of Vacancies|
Bihar Post Office Recruitment 2019 Eligibility Details
Candidates must meet the below eligibility criteria provided below to be a part of Bihar Post Office Vacancy 2019,
- Candidates should pass 12th Class or Intermediate from recognized board or institution.
- Minimum Age Limit: 18 Years
- Maximum Age Limit: 27 Years
Age Relaxation is applicable as per Government Rules
Candidates are shortlisted for Bihar Post Office Jobs bases on aspirants performance in following tests,
- Written Examination/ Interview
- Postal Asst. Posts: Level 4 Rs. 25500/-
- Sorting Asst. Posts: Level4 Rs. 25500/-
- Postman Posts: Level 3 Rs. 21700/-
- MTS Posts: Level 1 Rs. 18000/-
- Candidates have to pay the Application Fee of Rs. 200/- in form of Indian Postal Order (IPO) only.
- Application Fee of Rs. 200/- may also be deposited in Unclassified Receipt (UCR)
- For further details check the Official Notification
Aspirants can refer to the official notification given below to know more about the application fee.
How to Apply for Bihar Postal Circle Recruitment 2019
- Download the Application Form from the given link in the below section
- And then fill the application form carefully
- Attach all the necessary documents that are needed to apply for the given posts
- And then send the application form to the given Postal Address
- Keep a printout of the application form for future reference
Assistant Director (Recruitment),
5th Floor, O/0 the Chief Postmaster General,
Bihar Circle, Patna – 800001
www.indiapost.gov.in Recruitment 2019 – Important Links
|Official Notification & Application Form||Download Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
Important Dates of Bihar Post Office Recruitment 2019
|Advertisement Date||8th March 2019|
|Starting Date to Apply||14th March 2019|
|Last Date to submit the Application Form||25th April 2019|
About Indian Post Office:
The Post Office (DoP), known as India Post, is a postal system run by the Indian Government under the Department of Posts, part of the Indian Government’s Ministry of Communications. Generally called “post office” in India, it is the most widely distributed postal system in the world. Participates in mailings, remittances, acceptance of small savings plans, life insurance coverage under postal insurance (PLI) and rural life insurance (RPLI) and the provision of retail services such as collecting bills, selling forms, etc.
The Ministry of Health also acts as an agent of the Indian Government for the provision of other services to citizens, such as the payment of an old-age pension and the payment of wages from the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme ( MGNREGS) of Mahatma Gandhi. India Post, with 155,015 post offices, has the most widely distributed postal network in the world. The country was divided into 23 postal circles, each managed by a Postmaster General. Each circle is divided into regions, headed by a Postmaster General and comprising field units called divisions. These divisions are divided into subdivisions. In addition to the 23 circles, there is a basic circle to provide postal services to the Indian Armed Forces, headed by a Director General. One of the world’s largest post offices is in Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, operated by India Post at an altitude of 4,700 m.