SSC CHSL Exam 2016: Appointment as Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant in the Department of Posts

Published on : 19th March 2018    Author : Tanvi Mittal
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The Department of Posts has asked the selected candidates in CHSL exam 2016 to provide preference form for appointment at the post of postal assistant/sorting assistant.

19 March 2018: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has released an important notice regarding the Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination 2016. The notice is regarding the candidates who have been recommended for appointment to the post of Postal Assistant /Sorting Assistant in the Department of Posts, Ministry of Communications on the basis of SSC CHSLE 2016 results declared on 16 February 2018.

The official notice include the links from where the selected candidates can access further information. The notice also states; “The duly fill-in Preference form must be sent by email at pasadop2016@gmail.com and an ink-signed copy may be sent by Speed Post/Registered Post to the Department of Post latest by 31.03.2018.”

List of Postal Circles with Code

The pro forma of the preference form is provided here. Candidates have to provide their preference from the following 23 Postal Circles:

Code of the Postal Circle

Name of the Postal Circle

Total Number of Vacancies

A

Andhra Pradesh

168

B

Assam

61

C

Bihar

100

D

Chhattisgarh

16

E

Delhi

132

F

Gujarat

187

G

Haryana

72

H

Himachal Pradesh

53

I

Jammu & Kashmir

31

J

Jharkhand

55

K

Karnataka

194

L

Kerala

172

M

Madhya Pradesh

86

N

Maharashtra

335

O

North East

28

P

Odisha

132

Q

Punjab

142

R

Rajasthan

199

S

Tamil Nadu

143

T

Telangana

106

U

Uttar Pradesh

340

V

Uttarakhand

56

W

West Bengal

487

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The SUBJECT of the email should be – Roll Number followed by your Name. For example ‘2310654781 Ajay Kumar’

Details of Vacancies – Category-Wise

Postal Circle

UR

OBC

SC

ST

TOTAL

PH

Ex-Serviceman

Andhra Pradesh

102

35

20

11

168

4

15

Assam

28

19

6

8

61

2

7

Bihar

54

31

13

2

100

3

11

Chhattisgarh

11

0

2

3

16

2

2

Delhi

68

31

20

13

132

4

12

Gujarat

107

40

11

29

187

6

21

Haryana

48

14

10

0

72

4

3

Himachal Pradesh

28

18

6

1

53

1

5

Jammu & Kashmir

20

8

1

2

31

1

3

Jharkhand

29

10

4

12

55

1

5

Karnataka

122

39

22

11

194

10

20

Kerala

95

56

20

1

172

6

17

Madhya Pradesh

40

6

20

20

86

3

9

Maharashtra

172

93

41

29

335

10

24

North East

16

2

2

8

28

0

0

Odisha

85

8

12

27

132

4

13

Punjab

80

32

30

0

142

5

15

Rajasthan

115

33

25

26

199

6

20

Tamil Nadu

87

29

27

0

143

10

13

Telangana

66

24

12

4

106

3

11

Uttar Pradesh

172

98

66

4

340

9

36

Uttarakhand

40

8

8

0

56

2

6

West Bengal

255

110

96

26

487

17

55

TOTAL

1840

744

474

237

3295

113

323

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Candidates will be selected for any one of their 23 preferences. Further actions related to the appointment process will be completed by the allocated Postal Circle.

The allocation will be done on the basis of candidate’s rank in SSC CHSLE 2016, order of preference, and vacancy in a Postal Circle in candidate’s category.

Persons with Disability (PwD) will be allocated the Postal circle first (irrespective of their ranks) followed by candidates belonging to Ex-serviceman category.

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About the Author: Tanvi Mittal

Tanvi Mittal

Former content manager at one of the country’s leading dailies, Tanvi Mittal specialises in academic writing. With two decades of experience and expertise in writing, she is the spearhead of Exams Planner’s content team. Commitment to brilliance and dedication to writing, strategizing and doing extensive research are her biggest passions. With only objective to provide high quality and researched based content, Tanvi constantly thrives to make a difference with her knowledge.

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