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MTS/Postman/Mail Guard Vacancy to be filled up Direct Reruitment from Open Market

Vacancy of MTS/Postman/Mail Guard for filling up by Direct Recruitment from Open Market.              


Madam / Sir.


As per Recruitment Rules (RRs) of Postman/Mail Guard notified vide G.S.R. 983 (E) dated 16.12.2010. 25% of vacancies of Postman / Mail Guard were to be filled up by direct recruitment from open market. Further. out of the vacancies earmarked for MTS and GDS, unfilled vacancies due to non-availability of sufficient suitable candidates were also to be filled up by direct recruitment from open market.

2.   Similarly, as per Recruitment Rules (RRs) of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) notified vide G.S.R. 984 (E) dated 12. 12.2010, 75% of the vacancies of MTS in Administrative Offices were to be filled up by direct recruitment from open market. Further, in subordinate offices, out of the vacancies earmarked for GDS and casual labourers, unfilled vacancies due to non-availability of sufficient suitable candidates were also to be filled up by direct recruitment from open market.


3.   However, it has been reported by some Circles that due to various administrative reasons. vacancies uf Postman / Mail Guard / MTS which were to be filled up by direct recruitment from open market could not be filled. In order to examine the issue, there is a need to have details of  these vacancies urgently. Circles are therefore requested to send details of the unfilled vacancies as mentioned at para - 1 & 2 above in the proforma at Annexure-I by 11.04.2022 positively.

4.   If some of the vacancies are under litigation (subjudice) details of those vacancies will be given separately in the proforma at Annexure-II. Brief background note of each such case including present status thereof may be given separately.




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