indiapost.gov.in – Indian Post Recruitment 2012
No. of Vacancy: 110 Posts
No. of Vacancy: 20 Posts
Pay-Scales: Rs.5200-20200 + Grade Pay of Rs.2400
Qualifications: Higher Secondary or equivalent
Age Limit: 18 to 30 years
Recruitment Division/ Units: Kolkata GPO-9, East Kolkata Dn.-8, Barasat Dn.-7, Nadia (South) Dn.-5, Nadia (North) Dn.-8, Murshidabad Dn.-6, Kolkata A.P. Stg. Dn.-3, RMS H Dn.-5, RMS WB Dn.-1, Asansol Dn.-4, Burdwan Dn.-4, Bankura Dn.-3, Midnapore Dn-1, North Hooghly Dn-3, Purulia Dn.-3, Tamluk Dn.-2, South Hooghly Dn-3, Darjeeling Dn.-2, Jalpaiguri Dn.-8, Coochbehar Dn.-4, Dinajpur Dn.-2, RMS SG Dn.-11, PSD, Siliguri-2, Circle Office-26
Candidates may send their applications to the Designation & address of the Recruiting authority along with attested copies of the certificates to the officer concerned within 11.1.2012 by Registered Post or Speed Post.
India Post’s products and services will be the customer’s first choice.
To sustain its position as the largest postal network in the world touching the lives of every citizen in the country.
To provide mail, parcel, money transfer, banking, insurance and retail services with speed and reliability.
To provide services to the customers on value-for-money basis.
To ensure that the employees are proud to be its main strength and serve its customers with a human touch.
To continue to deliver social security services and to enable last mile connectivity as a Government of India platform.
The Department of Posts – India Post has touched the lives of every citizen for more than 150 years, be it through mails, banking, insurance money transfer or retail services. Ever since its existence it has enjoyed the trust and support of its customers and stakeholders.
With the spread of telephony, internet and modernised banking services, citizens are used to new level of speed, transparency and quality. This has also been the experience of other postal administrations in the world. In India, customers of the postal service expect Department of Posts to provide a service level similar to industry standards maintained by banks, insurance, express industry, etc.
External consultations with stakeholders as a part of this Strategic Plan exercise has brought out the expectations of the customers from the Department of Posts to expand the range of its existing services with the use of IT. Some of the responses are cited below: