AP Postal Assistant Results 2014 – Download Andhra Pradesh Postal Assistant/ Sorting Assistant results 2014
Official website: www.pasadrexam2014.in
Date of Results: Second week of July 2014
AP Postal PA SA Results 2014:
Candidates who appeared for AP Postal Assistant Posts would be waiting for the AP Postal Assistant Results 2014.Now AP Postal Circle, Government of Andhra Pradesh is all set to release Postal Assistant Exam Results. Results have been made available for those candidates who had appeared for Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant Exam 2014. Andhra Pradesh Post has already conducted Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant exam successfully.
Written examination for AP Postal & Sorting Assistant was held on 25th May 2014. AP Postal Assistant and Sorting Assistant results can be found out on its official website at www.pasadrexam2014.in.
AP Postal PA SA Exam Results 2014:
Students who appeared for the first Screening test was finished by AP Postal Circle on 25th May 2014. Candidates those who would get good score in the written exam then they will be promoted to the second round such as Computer based test. The Indian Postal Department will be announced this AP postal Asst and Sorting Asst Exam Results 2014 with Cutoff marks 2014 and Shortlisted candidates names in the Official website shortly. So candidates keep visiting this Indian Postal Official site or this Site and get more latest updates.
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About India Post:The Department of Posts, trading as India Post, is a government-operated postal system in India; it is generally referred to within India as "the post office".
As of 31 March 2011, the Indian Postal Service had 1,54,866 post offices, of which 1,39,040 (89.78 percent) were in rural areas and 15,826 (10.22 percent) in urban areas. It had 25,464 departmental Post Offices and 1,29,402 Extra-Departmental Branch Post Offices. At the time of independence, there were 23,344 post offices, primarily in urban areas. The network has registered a sixfold growth since independence, with the expansion's focus primarily in rural areas. On average, a post office serves an area of 21.23 square kilometers (8.20 sq mi) and a population of 7,114; it is the most widely distributed postal system in the world.
The large number is a result of a tradition of disparate postal systems, which were unified in the Indian Union after independence. Because of this far-flung reach and its presence in remote areas, the Indian postal service is also involved in other services (such as small-savings banking and financial services).