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    Relaxation up to three (3) months in eligibility service condition shall not be allowed to Gramin Dak Sewak (GDS)

     F. No. W - 17-16/2021-SPN-I

    Government of India

    Ministry of Communications

    Departnlent of Posts

    May 06,2022

    Subject:- Relaxation in the eligibility service - change in the crucial date i.e. 1st January.


    I am directed to refer to Directorate's letter of even number dated 20.09.2021

    (copy enclosed).

    2. The matter has been reviewed in consultalion with Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT). Now it has been decided based on the advice of the DoPT that relaxation up to three (3) months in eligibility service condition shall be allowed only in cases where promotion is thlough Depannrental Promotion Committee (DPC). But the relaxation in eligibility service condition shall not be allowed in case of Limited Departmental Cornpetitive Examination (LDCE).

    3. Further, relaxation up to three (3) months in eligibility service condition shall not be allowed to Gramin Dak Sewak (GDS) while being considered for appointrnent to the posts of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS), Postman, Mail Guard,Postal Assistant and Sotting Assistant, whether by seniority or by competitive examination limited to GDS, as appointrnent of GDS to aforesaid posts is treated as 'Direct Recruitment'.

    4. All Circles will, therefore, take appropriate action while issuing notification to the Limited Departmental Competitive Exanrination and processing case for appointment of GDS to posts of Multi Tasking Staff (MTS). Postman, Mail Guard, Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant whether by seniority or by examination.

    5. Case(s) already decidcd on the basis of Ietter of even number dated 20.09.2021 shall not be reopened.





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