GDS Result 2021 – Gujarat Gramin Dak Sevak Result/ Selection List

GDS Result 2021 – Gujarat Gramin Dak Sevak Result/ Selection List.

Selection list of Gramin Dak Sevak for Gujarat circle Cycle III

vide Notification R&E/1-1/DR/GDS/CYCLE-III/2020 DATE : 21-12-2020

GDS Result 2021: The officials of Indian Post has released the Gramin Dak Sevak Result on the official website, Candidates who have appeared for the Gramin Dak Sevak exam under the GDS Recruitment can visit the official website and download their GDS Selection List.

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How to Check GDS Result 2021

  • Follow the steps listed below to download the GDS Merit List or GDS Result PDF:
  • Visit the official website of Indian Post;
  • On the homepage, a list of Postal Circles will be displayed.
  • Now look for the postal circle which you have applied for.
  • Click on the ‘Circle’ Name
  • GDS Selection List PDF will be displayed on the screen.
  • Now use “Ctrl + F” and enter your Registration Number to find your name.
  • Download the GDS Selection List PDF for future reference.
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The number of post offices was 23,344 when India became independent in 1947 and these were primarily in urban areas. the amount increased to 155,015 in 2016 and 90% of those were in rural areas.

The first adhesive postage stamps in Asia were issued within the Indian district of Scinde in July 1852 by Bartle Frere , chief commissioner of the region. Frere was a lover of Rowland Hill, English postal reformer who had introduced the Penny Post. The Scinde stamps became referred to as "Scinde Dawks"; "Dawk" is that the Anglicised spelling of the Hindustani word Dak or ("post"). These stamps, with a worth of 1⁄2-anna, were in use until June 1866. the primary all-India stamps were issued on 1 October 1854.