AP Postal and AP GDS result 2017 for recruitment of 1126 vacancies across 14 Postal Divisions in Andhra Pradesh were reported to be poised for declaration on April 25 by the India Post. But the www.appost.in or any other official website has not notified about the results yet even after media reports. Now, it’s been presumed that GDS results will be declared in few days, possibly in May first week.
The online application process was carried out from March 18 to April 19 for the posts of Gramin Dak Sevaks under Andhra Pradesh Circle. The candidates will be able to access AP GDS result from the official website www.appost.in. The vacancies are further distributed as 625 vacancies for general category, 284 for OBC, 126 for SC and 91 for ST.
April 27, 2017, Morning Update: Most of the candidates are saying that they did not get any sms or e-mail regarding Gramin Dak Sevak results. However some reports yesterday had stated that results are out but the problem is that there is no way to verify the news here. ExamsWatch staff has tried contacting Post Department, Andhra Pradesh to get the real news but to no attention. Eenadu paper (Business news) had also covered the story yesterday and had said that the results will be out on Tuesday.
The official websites www.appost.in and www.indiapost.gov.in have neither updated the status on GDS results and merit list nor has issued any notice. We’ll update once we have more solid information. Meanwhile candidates are requested to share the info if anybody has got the sms or news on result. Comment below for that or tip us at email@example.com.
As the minimum qualification requirement for the posts is Class 10, applications in tune of lakhs were submitted for AP GDS recruitment. Apart from educational qualification, the candidates are also required to have basic computer training certificate for at least 60 days from a recognized Computer Training Institute.
The selection under AP Post GDS recruitment will be made as per the automatic generated merit list as per the rules based on the candidates’ online submitted applications. The marks obtained in Class 10 aggregated to percentage to the accuracy of 4 decimals has been the criteria for finalizing the selection.
The candidates will get an SMS on his provisional selection, the official notification mentions. The final selection/ appointment will be based on satisfactory completion of verification and genuineness of all educational & other documents of the candidates which will be done by the concerned authorities. Apart from informing through email or SMS, the respective recruiting authorities will also send a physical communication in regard to provisional selection intimation.
Once announced, the candidates can view the result status in the website by providing the reference number. As per the recruitment rules, the candidate selected for the post of GDS BPM must mandatorily take up his/ her residence in the Branch Post Office village within one month after selection. The selected candidates will also have to furnish security amount of Rs. 25,000 in the event of his/her engagement for the post of BPM and Rs. 10,000 for other categories.
India Post is recruiting around 20,000 Gram Dak Sevaks across 19 Postal Circles. The vacancies are classified as 1126 posts in Andhra Pradesh, 467 posts in Assam, 123 posts in Chhattisgarh, 16 posts in Delhi, 1,912 posts in Gujarat, 438 posts in Haryana, 391 posts in Himachal Pradesh, 256 posts in Jharkhand, 1,048 posts in Karnataka, 1,859 posts in Madhya Pradesh, 1,789 posts in Maharashtra, 748 posts in North Eastern, 1,072 posts in Odisha, 620 posts in Punjab, 1,577 posts in Rajasthan, 128 posts in Tamilnadu, 645 posts in Telangana, 579 posts in Uttarakhand and maximum 4,982 posts in West Bengal Circle.
The postal circles other than Andhra Pradesh will now follow the same process and are expected to declare the GDS results soon. TS GDS results are also expected within a day or two. We will keep a tab on other postal circle results and update it here.
#Note: We apologise for publishing report without verifying it first. Headlining the article as ‘Result Announced’ was an editorial mistake and has been corrected now in view that no official information is available regarding the results.