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India Post GDS Result 2017 – Gramin Dak Sevak Results for all Postal Circle

India Post GDS Result 2017: This renown and prestigious concern of India has more than 154,939 post offices of which 139,222 around (89.86%) were in rural areas and 15,826 around (10.14%) in urban areas as of 31st March 2015 and the figure has definitely increased in last few years since the new government took the initiative to make the Indian Postal circles great again. To add more diversified glory to this postal system, India post office has over 25,560 departmental Post Offices and 129,379 Gramin Dak Sevak, Branch Post Offices across India which is indeed delightful fact.

Check Gramin Dak Sevak Result for all states for all postal circles from the official website of India Post Department.

India Post GDS Result 2017

Indian Postal Department had recently released the official notification for the Post Office Recruitment 2017. Approximately 55000 Vacancies are announced for various post of Mail Guard, Postman, PA, MTS and other posts in different India Post states/circles. Since more candidates wanted to apply for the exam, the Indian Posts had extended the Last date for: Chhattisgarh, Haryana, Assam, Maharashtra, Delhi, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu Postal circles.

Details related to the Gramin Dak Sevak result 2017

  • Department Name Government of India, Department of Post
  • Total Number of Posts 7484 Posts
  • Name of Post Gramin Dak Sevak
  • Type of Job Central Government Job
  • Posting Location Anywhere in India
  • Kind of Declaration Merit List/Result
  • Official Site www.appost.in or www.indiapost.gov.in

Gramin Dak Sevak Merit List 2017

Only class 10th standard marks will be taken into consideration preparing the merit list. Candidates holding higher qualification are entitled to apply for the Gramin Dak Sevak Post but will not be granted any extra marks for having the higher qualification.
In the case of the tie or getting the same marks, candidates will secure position in the merit list ordering SOB (Higher age), ST Female, SC Female, OBC Female, UR Female, UR female, ST Male, SC Male, OBC male and finally UR male.

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