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Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017 will be released by Maharashtra Postal Circle, India Post. Admit Card of Maharashtra Postman / Mail Guard / MTS Recruitment will be available for re-exam. Maharashtra Circle is holding re-exam of 29 March 2015 for Postman & Mail-guard and 03 May 2015 for MTS recruitment. All candidates who had previously appeared in exam back then, can download Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card (call letter or hall ticket) from official website and carry it on day of exam. Get here complete details of Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017 and exam dates.
Cancellation of Maharashtra Postman / Mailguard / MTS Exam held in 2015
The Maharashtra Post Office Result 2017 of examination for the direct recruitment of Postman / Mailguard held on 29 Mar 2015 and another exam for MTS held on 03 May 2015 stands cancelled. Fresh examination would be conducted for these posts in Maharashtra Postal Circle for declared vacancies. The candidates who appeared earlier for the exam will be allowed to participate without fresh applications. Click Here for more information.
Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017
Maharashtra Postal Circle Admit Card will be uploaded in the Departmental website www.dopmah.in. The candidate will also be informed through SMS and E-mail.
Candidates are advised to keep in touch with website for further progress of recruitment process.
About Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017
India Post made available admit cards at Maharashtra Postal Careers Online Portal. Most candidates may already be familiar with the UI. However, to make things easier, we have given details on how to download admit card of Maharashtra Post Office 2017.
India Post had two years ago published Maharashtra Postman / Mail Guard / MTS Examination 2015 notification. In fact, they held written exam on 29 Mar 2015 and 3 May 2015. However, exam conducting body had to cancel the exam due to various reasons. Maharashtra Postal Circle has at the present time announced that it will hold re-examination for these notification. It is important to realize that only those candidates who had appeared for exam in 2015 can appear in re-exam. Read following notification to get complete idea.
How to download Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017
A simple and candidate friendly method is in place for Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card Download. Go through following steps to get your call letter.
- Click on admit card download link given above. Otherwise, you can go to Maharashtra Postal Careers Online Portal website and locate link.
- You will now reach page to download admit card. This, may look like the image given below.
- Enter registration number and date of birth. Click on Log In.
- Download Maharashtra Post Office Admit Card 2017. Print it on a plain white sheet of paper.
Total Marks – 100
Time allowed – 120 minutes.
The questions on General Knowledge and mathematics will also be supplied in the Regional Languages i.e. Marathi / Konkani in addition to English Language.
Part C (ii) will be in Marathi for candidates from Maharashtra and in Konkani or Marathi for candidates from Goa State.
|Part A – General Knowledge||25||25|
|Part B – Mathematics||25||25|
|Part C (i) – English||25||25|
|Part C (ii) – Regional Language||25||25|
Syllabus for Maharashtra Post Office Recruitment of Postman / Mail-guard / MTS
|Section||Topics / Syllabus|
|Part A||Geography, Indian History, Freedom Struggle, Culture & Sports, General Polity & Constitution of India, Economics, General Science, Current Affairs and Reasoning & Analytical ability of 10th standard (Examiner may set 2 to 3 questions from each topic)|
|Part B||Number Systems, Computation of whole Numbers, Decimals & Fractions, Relationship between Numbers, Fundamental arithmetical operations, Percentages, Ratio & Proportion, Profit & Loss, Simple Interest, Average, Discount, Partnership, Time & Work, Time & Distance, Use of Tables & Graphs, Mensuration (Examiner may set 1 to 2 questions from each topic)|
|Part C (i)||Articles, Prepositions, conjunctions, tenses, verbs, synonyms & antonyms, vocabulary, sentence structure, Proverbs, Phrases, questions from a small unseen passage. etc (Examiner may set five questions from one unseen passage and 2-3 questions from remaining topics)|
|Part C (ii)||Shabd Pad, Kriya Bhed, Mishr & Sanyukt Vakya, Vakyo ka Rupantaran, Swar Sandhi, Alankar, Samas, Muhavare & Lokoktiyan, Ashudh Vakya Shodhan, Apathit Gadyansh (Examiner may set five questions from one Apathit Gadyansh and 2to 3 questions from remaining topics). These topics shall be replicated in Regional Languages.|
- Minimum 10 marks (8 marks for SC/ST and 9 marks for OBC) in each part / segment.
- 40% marks (33% marks for SC/ST and 37% marks for OBC) in aggregate.