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India Post has extended the deadline for online application submission for Gramin Dak Sevak (GDS) posts in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Uttarakhand (UK) circles.

Registered candidates yet to submit final application can now apply for both Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Circles (Cycle III) till September 25. Earlier the last date to apply for the same was September 22. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online through the official website of India Post, appost.in.

Details of India Post Vacancies for Uttar Pradesh Circle

The Department of Post had released a fresh notification announcing a vacancy of 4264 posts in Uttar Pradesh circle. The vacancies are for branch postmaster (BPM), assistant branch postmaster (ABPM) and dak sevaks positions.

Candidates applying need to have completed class 10th from a recognised school board and studied English, Mathematics and the local language as a compulsory or elective subject.

The knowledge of the local language is compulsory for applying for these positions mentioned above under Uttar Pradesh circle.

Age limit (as on August 23, 2021): The minimum age limit to apply for the India Post jobs is 18 years while the upper age limit for the same is 40 years.

Details of India Post Vacancies for Uttarakhand Circle

The department had also invited applications for Gram Dak Sevaks posts in the Uttarakhand circle. Interested candidates can apply for a total of 581 vacancies.

Age Limit: The minimum and maximum age for the purpose of engagement to GDS posts are 18 and 40 years respectively as on 23.08.2021 the date of notification of the vacancies.

Educational Qualification: “Secondary School Examination pass certificate of 10th standard with passing marks in Mathematics, local language and English (having been studied as compulsory or elective subjects) conducted by any recognized Board of School Education by the Government of India/State Governments/ Union Territories in India shall be a mandatory educational qualification for all approved categories of Gramin Dak Sevaks,” read the official notification.

Compulsory knowledge of Local Language: The candidate should have studied the local language at least up to the 10th standard [as compulsory or elective subjects] as declared by the State Government or as per constitutional provisions relating to the 8th schedule of the Constitution of India.

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