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Post Office Recruitment 2014 – Syllabus, Exam Pattern

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Post Office Recruitment 2014 – Indian Postal Recruitment Syllabus, Exam Pattern

Postal Assistant / Sorting Assistant Recruitment 2014 Ministry of Communications and Information Technology , Department of Posts has issued Notification Vide Ref F.No.A-34012/10/2014-DE dt 21.02.2014 for recruitment of 8243 posts as per the details given below.

  • Postal Assistants Post Offices (PAPO)
  • Sorting Assistants in Railway Mail Services (SARMS)
  • Postal Assistants (Savings Bank Control Organization) (PASBCO)
  • Postal Assistants (Foreign Post Organization) (POFPO)
  • Postal Assistants (Returned Letter Offices) (PARLO)
  • Postal Assistants (Mail Motor Services) (POMMS)
  • Postal Assistants (Circle And Regional Offices)  (PACO -RO)

The syllabus and the exam pattern for the examination of Post Office Recruitment 2014 is given below:

Pattern of Examination:  The applicants shall be subjected to an Aptitude Test with a total 100 maximum marks covering the following subjects/topics. 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, menstruation, 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)

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 will be put together for qualifying.

All   eligible   Applicants 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 shall  be  invited for   appearing   in Aptitude   test.      No   weightage   for   marks   secured   by   the Applicants   in 10+2 or  12th class  will be  given  while  preparing  the  Merit Lists.

Applicants  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.

OBC – 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.

SC/ST – 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.

A common merit list for the whole Postal Circle shall be prepared in respect of all categories of posts put together.  For the said purpose, the candidates shall indicate their preference of the posts Codes i.e., Postal Assistants/Sorting Assistants/Postal Assistants (Savings Bank Control Organization)/Postal Assistants (Foreign Post Organization)/Postal Assistants (Returned Letter Offices)/Postal Assistants (Mail Motor Services)  And  Postal  Assistants  (Circle  And  Regional  Offices  in  the  order  and  also indicate their preference for Postal/RMS Divisions in the online application. The Codes for each post is given in the Instruction Sheet/ Information Brochure for the applicant. Thereafter,  the  candidates  will  be  allotted  to  the  posts  and  division  as  per  their preference based on their position in the merit list and availability of vacancy.

Such candidates who are not able to get the allocation in any of the post of his preference because of his/her performance, such candidates might be allocated to the post/division where the vacancies exist.  The candidates will have to give an undertaking that in the event of his/her not getting the post in his preference, he/she is willing to accept the appointment in any category of the post/division to which he/she is allotted. The candidates who do not indicate their preference, it will be presumed that they have equal preference for all the posts/divisions and may be allocated to the post or division where vacancy exists at the discretion of the Competent Authority.

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