Jharkhand Postal Circle Syllabus, Exam Pattern 2016 Download
Jharkhand Postal Circle has recently announced an employment notification for appointing the applicants as various postman, mail guard and multi tasking staff etc posts in vacant post offices. Large numbers of applicants were applied for this Jharkhand Postal Circle Recruitment 2016 on or before last date. All the applied candidates are eagerly waiting for the syllabus and exam pattern for starting their exam preparation. Jharkhand Postal Circle has recently uploaded the Jharkhand Postal Circle Syllabus, Exam Pattern 2016 at its official website ranchipost.asrb2014.org. Here we are providing the all the details about Jharkhand Postal Circle Syllabus, Exam pattern 2016 along with previous papers, model papers and practice papers etc at our main portal.
Details about Jharkhand Postal Circle:
The Postal Department of India is a government operated department in India. Generally it is called as post office. It is having subsidiaries all over cities, towns and villages. The postal department stared their services on 1st April 1774. The Department of Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Government of India handle the postal service. Every state is having their own postal service, in that the Jharkhand postal department is one of them. Previously it has given the Jharkhand postal circle recruitment 2016 to recruit the 199 posts. Interested applicants must download the below Jharkhand Postal Circle Syllabus, Exam Pattern 2016 through below link.
They will be selected based on the applicants performance in written examination and the personal interview.
Jharkhand Postal Circle Syllabus 2016:
- General Knowledge.
- Hindi & English.
Jharkhand Postal Circle Exam Pattern 2016:
- The exam is of Objective
- That means it consists of Multiple Choice Questions.
- Duration of the exam is two Hours.
- The exam consists of 100 questions asked from four subjects like General Knowledge, Mathematics, English and Regional Language (Hindi)
- The question paper consists of 4 sections each section consists of 25 question and 25 marks.
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