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Postal Circle Jobs in Telangana : 136 Jobs notification is Released



Postal Circle

Good news for all who eagerly waiting for government jobs Telangana Postal Circle has released a recruitment notification for 136 vacancies in various divisions. Telangana Postal Circle has invited the applications to fill the Postman and Mail Guard vacancies. Those who passed the 10th class will be eligible to apply these posts.

Interested candidates can send their applications through the official website. Telangana Postal Circle accepting the application from March 22, 2018. The closing date for receiving applications is April 21, 2018.  Candidates will be selected based on the written test.

Other details like Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Selection Process, Application Fee are given below.

Name of the Organisation:

Telangana Postal Circle

Name of the post:


Mail Guard

No. of  Vacancies: 136

  • Postman- 132
  • Mail Guard- 04

Educational Qualifications:

Candidates should have passed the 10th class from any recognized Board.

Age limit:

Candidates age should be between 18 to 27 Years.

Selection Process: Telangana Postal Circle will select the candidates based on the written test. The written test will be in objective type for 100 marks. Luckily there is no negative marking.

Application fee:

All the candidates need to pay Rs 100 as the application fee. It seems that Candidates have to pay  Rs 400 as the examination fee. SC/ST/PWD/Female Candidates will be free from the examination fee.

Starting Date for Submission of Application: March 22, 2018.

Last Date for Submission of  Application: April 21, 2018.

Mode of Application: Online





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Government declares No re-exam for CBSE 10 Class





New Delhi:

Big relief for CBSE 10th class students that Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced on Tuesday that there is no re-exam would be conducted for the CBSE math paper. The issue was erupted due to the leakage of Maths paper which was conducted on March 28. So the government decided to conduct re-exam throughout the country. But later CBSE has announced no need to conduct the re-exam for 10th class.

CBSE has announced no need to conduct the re-exam even in the states of Delhi NCR & Haryana where paper leakage reportedly took place.

Union Education Secretary Anil Swarup said in a tweet “thorough analysis and evaluation of the answer sheets” showed no specific trend that the leak had impacted the exam outcome. Anil Swarup wrote in his tweet “Consequent to the preliminary evaluation of the impact of reportedly leaked CBSE class 10 maths paper & keeping in mind the paramount interest of students, CBSE has decided not to conduct re-examination even in the states of Delhi NCR and Haryana. Hence, no re-exam for class 10”.

Due to the leakage of the Class 12 Economics paper, the Ministry for Human Resource Development has decided to conduct re-exam of class 12 Economics paper. The board has announced the re-exam of Class 12 Economics paper will be held on April 25. Later the board has announced that no need to conduct re-exam of Class 10 Maths paper.

There are about 14 lakh students were attended the Class 10 maths examination. The new of not conducting retest made class 10 students happy and Students are expressing their ecstatic feeling through the social media.

On Sunday Three people have been arrested by the Delhi police regarding the leakage of the Class 12 economics paper. Among three two teachers are working in a private school. The suspected people are Rishabh, 29 and Rohit, 26and Tauqeer, 26, working as a tutor at a private coaching centre.

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