Search This Blog

Thursday, 27 February 2014


(1)   Educational Qualification  :   Should  have  passed  10+2 or  12th  class   from  a Recognized   University   or  Board  of  Secondary Education   with  English  as  a compulsory  subject   (  excluding Vocational  streams)

  (ii)                   Should  have  studied   in  Local  Language  of the  State   or Union  Territory   of the  Concerned  Postal  Circle,  or   Hindi   as  a  subject   at least  in  Matriculation  or  equivalent  level.  

(2)     Age  Condition :        The Gramin   Dak  Sevaks  should be  within  30  years  of  age     as   on  1ST JANUARY OF  vacancy YEAR. 
(ii)    Gramin  Dak  Sevaks  belonging  to Scheduled  Caste/Scheduled  Tribe   should  be  within  35  years  of  age 
(iii)   those Gramin  Dak  Sevaks   belonging to Other Backward Classes   should be  within  33  years  of  age 
The  Gramin   dak sevaks   should  submit  an  attested    copy  of      Caste certificate  issued  by  the  Competent authority in  the  prescribed  format along  with  his    application.

(3)    Service  Condition  :    The Gramin Dak  Sevaks   must  have put  in  minimum   5  years  of  regular  and continuous service    as  on  1st January of vacancy year.

4)  Pattern of Examination: All  eligible  GDS s belonging to  various  categories   who  have  the educational  qualification   of 10+2  or  12th  class  pass from a recognized university or Board of School Education or Board of Secondary Education with English as a compulsory subject  and fulfilling  the conditions  cited  above shall  be  invited  for  appearing  in Aptitude  test.( paper I)    (No  weightage  for  marks  secured  by  the  Applicants   in 10+2  or  12th class  will be  given  while  preparing  the  Merit Lists)
. Aptitude Test    (Paper-I) will be comprising four parts (Part A, B, C & D).  The duration of the Aptitude Test will be for 2 hours (120 minutes).  There is no negative marking. 
Part ‘A’
25 Questions on General Knowledge -  Questions on current events, sports, history, geography, basic economics, general politics, Indian Constitution, Science environment etc    (25 marks).
Part ‘B’
25 Questions on Mathematics of matriculation standard which may cover number system, simplification, decimals, corrections, simple and compound interest, percentage, average, profit and loss, discount, mensuration, Time & work and time & distance etc.  (25 Marks)
Part ‘C’
25 questions on English covering grammar (prepositions, adverbs, conjunction, direct/indirect speech, singular & plural, tenses, antonyms/synonyms etc.  (25 Marks)
Part ‘D’
25 Questions on Reasoning and analytical Ability.  (25 marks)
4.1.   )    Gramin  Dak  Sevaks    numbering   five  (5) times  the total number  of  vacancies  in  each  category i.e.,  OC,  SC, ST,  OBC, etc   shall be declared qualified in descending order of merit based on the marks secured by them in the Aptitude Test (Paper I)  for taking the Computer/Typing Test (Paper II).   The minimum qualifying marks to be obtained in each part of the Aptitude Test is prescribed as under:-
Unreserved candidates (OC)
40% i.e. 10 marks in each part and 40% in aggregate.  The candidate has to qualify in each part i.e. Part A, B, C & D besides securing prescribed aggregate marks. 
37% i.e. 9 marks in each part and 37% in aggregate.  The candidate has to qualify in each part i.e. Part A, B, C & D besides securing prescribed aggregate marks. 
33% i.e. 8 marks in each part and 33% in aggregate.  The candidate has to qualify in each part i.e. Part A, B, C & D besides securing prescribed aggregate marks. 
4.2     Computer/ Typing Test ( Paper  II)  ::    The typing test  will  be  for  a duration  of   30  minutes  (  15  minutes for  typing  and  15 minutes  for  data  entry)  consisting  one  passage  of  450  words  in  English   OR 375  words  in  Hindi  to be  typed  with  a  minimum  speed  of   30  words per  minute or  25  words  per  minute  respectively.  Test in Data entry   will be  of  some figures   and  letters  each  carrying  equal  marks  on  computer . The  above  test  will be conducted   on  Computer  Key  board,  but  not  on  a  typewriter.    Further,  the candidates  have  to  secure  prescribed  qualifying  marks  in  this  test. The marks will be based on speed, and accuracy.   This  is  a  combined  test,  and  marks  in  both the  components  put together will be  reckoned  for  qualifying.

No comments:

Post a Comment