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Monday, April 24, 2017

Statewise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Dates &Vacancies

 
Statewise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Dates &Vacancies
You can find the list of vacancies for all 23 states from the table below. For detailed information about Gramin Dak Seva Recruitment of your state, you can download the Official notification from the link provided in the table.
S.No
States
Total
Vacancies
Last Date
to Apply
 Official
Notification
for Each State
 1.
Andhra Pradesh
1126
19.04.2017
 2.
Telangana
645
19.04.2017
3. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
4.
Madhya
Pradesh
 1859
02.05.2017
5.
Odisha
1072
26.04.2017
6. 
Rajasthan
1577
03.05.2017
7. 
Gujarat
1912
11.05.2017
8. 
Uttar Pradesh
0
9. 
West Bengal
0
 –
10. 
Uttarakhand
579
18.05.2017
11. 
Tamil Nadu
128
09.05.2017
12. 
Punjab
620
11.05.2017
13. 
Maharashtra
1789
06.05.2017
14. 
Kerala
0
15.
Karnataka
1048
08.05.2017
16. 
Delhi
16
08.05.2017
17. 
Jharkhand
256
03.05.2017
18. 
Himachal
Pradesh
391
02.05.2017
19. 
Haryana
438
05.05.2017
20. 
Bihar
0
 –
21. 
Chattisgarh
123
05.05.2017
22. 
Assam
467
06.05.2017
23. 
North East
0
 –

Given below is the Category-wise for all states.

Categorywise List – Gramin Dak Sevak Vacancies

Telangana:
UR → 356, OBC → 151, SC → 86, ST → 52, Total → 645
Andhra Pradesh:
UR → 625, OBC → 284, SC → 126, ST → 91, Total → 1126
Jharkhand:
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Madhya Pradesh
UR → 732, OBC → 301, SC → 309, ST → 517, Total → 1859
Odisha
UR → 582, OBC → 97, SC → 157, ST → 236, Total → 1072
Rajasthan
UR → 919, OBC → 133, SC → 246, ST → 279, Total → 1577
Gujarat
UR → 1056, OBC → 467, SC → 87, ST → 302, Total → 1912 
Uttarakhand
UR → 357, OBC → 82, SC → 121, ST → 19 Total → 579 
Tamil Nadu
UR → 71, OBC → 39, SC → 18, ST → 0, Total → 128
Punjab
UR → 336, OBC → 132, SC → 152, ST → 0, Total → 620
Maharashtra
UR → 1034, OBC → 375, SC → 124, ST → 256, Total → 1789
Karnataka
UR → 579, OBC → 240, SC → 150, ST → 79, Total → 1048
Delhi
UR → 9, OBC → 4, SC → 2, ST → 1, Total → 16
Jharkhand
UR → 157, OBC → 29, SC → 24, ST → 46, Total → 256
Himachal Pradesh
UR → 212, OBC → 84, SC → 78, ST → 17, Total → 391
Haryana
UR → 250, OBC → 99, SC → 89, ST → 0, Total → 438
Chattisgarh
UR → 69, OBC → 2, SC → 18, ST → 34, Total → 123
Assam
UR → 250, OBC → 120, SC → 33, ST → 64, Total → 467
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Saturday, April 22, 2017

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Dated - 21.04.2017

ALL INDIA TRADE UNION EDUCATION CAMP
2017 MAY 6th & 7th (SATURDAY, SUNDAY)
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM – 695001

VENUE :         BTR BHAWAN (Com. P. Balakrishnan Nagar)

PROGRAMME

06.05.2017, SATURDAY
08.30 am      :           Registration
09.30 am      :           Flag hoisting, Homage to martyrs.
10.00 am      :           INAUGURATION & CLASS – I
Welcome     :           Com. P. V. Rajendran, General Secretary, COC, Kerala
Presided by             :           Com. K. K. N. Kutty, National President, Confederation
Inauguration & Class-I : Com. A. K. Padmanabhan, All India Vice President, CITU.
Subject:            :           Challenges and Responsibilities in the Trade Union front.
Speech by    :           Com. C. Divakaran, MLA
01.00 pm to 02.00 pm – Lunch Break
02.00 PM     :           CLASS-II
Subject        :         Trade Union and Social issues
Class by      :         Com. M. B. Rajesh, MP
  04.30 pm      :           CLASS – III & INTERACTIVE SESSION

Subject        :         7th CPC related and other issues of central govt. employees – role of Confederation.
Presentation  :       Com. K. K. N. Kutty, President
 Chief Executives of major organisations will also participate in the interactive session.
08.00 pm   :        Dinner
07.05.2017, SUNDAY
09.30 am      :           CLASS – IV
Subject        :         25 years of Neo-liberal reforms and Role of Working class
Class by      :         Com. K. Chandran PIllai, Ex-MP
12.30 am      :           CLASS V
Subject        :         Significance of Joint campaign by Central and state Government Employees against NPS and outsourcing.
Class by      :         Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation
02.00 pm      :           Camp Review

02.30 pm             
Vote of thanks by :        Com. V. Sreekumar, State President, COC Kerala


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