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Ministry of Communications and IT Department Recruitment 2020

Ministry of Communications and IT Department Recruitment 2020 notification, overall 08 vacancies are allocated for this recruitment. Ministry of Communication and IT Department Recruitment 2020 has given an employment notification for the recruitment of graduate apprentice vacancies. The interested Candidate advised, not to wait till the last date & time, register their application well within the time.

Ministry of Communications and IT Department Recruitment 2020 notification is available on the official website in the form of pdf. Applicants must be posses educational qualifications and prescribed age limits.


Ministry of Communication and IT Department Recruitment 2020 vacancy, merit list, selection list, result and upcoming notifications, etc. will be uploaded on the official website.

Name of Organization: Ministry of  Communications and IT Department

Name of Post: Motor Vehicle Mechanic, Welder, Tyreman, Tinsmith, Blacksmith.

Ministry of Communication and IT Department Recruitment 2020
Advt No. 01/2019-20
Various Vacancies 2020

Vacancy Details:

Sr No. Post Name No. of Posts
1 Motor Vehicle Mechanic 02
2 Welder 02
3 Tyreman 02
4 Tinsmith 01
5 Blacksmith 01
Total: 08

Education Qualification:

  • A Certificate in Respective trades from any Technical Institution recognized by the Government of India. 8th standard pass with Experience of 1 year in Respective Trade.
  • Candidates who apply for the post of Mechanic(Motor Vehicle) should Pass a valid Driving Licence to drive heavy vehicles.

Age Limit:

  • Minimum Age Limit: 18 Years
  • Maximum Age Limit: 30 Years
  • Age Relaxation is applicable to as per rules

Selection Process:

  • Selection of skilled artisan shall be made from amongst the candidates possessing the requisite qualifications and valid driving license by means of the competitive trade test.
  • The date and the Venue of the test with a syllabus will be intimated separately to the eligible candidates at their corresponding address. No intimation will be sent in respect of other applications who are not eligible.

Important Dates:

Event Date
Start Date of Application 25 Jan. 2020
Last Date of Application 29 Feb. 2020

Important Links:

Official Website: Click Here.
Apply Here: Not Mentioned
Official Notification: Click Here.


About the Ministry of Communications and IT Department

Ministry of Communications is a union ministerial agency under the Government of India responsible for telecommunications and postal service. It was carved out of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology on 19 July 2016. It consists of two departments viz. Department of Telecommunication and the Department of post


  • e-Government: Providing e-infrastructure for delivery of e-services
  • e-Industry: Promotion of electronics hardware manufacturing and IT-ITeS industry
  • e-Innovation / R&D: Implementation of R&D Framework – Enabling creation of Innovation/ R&D Infrastructure in emerging areas of ICT&E/Establishment of mechanism for R&D translation
  • e-Learning: Providing support for the development of e-Skills and Knowledge network
  • e-Security: Securing India’s cyberspace
  • e-Inclusion: Promoting the use of ICT for more inclusive growth
  • Internet Governance: Enhancing India’s role in Global Platforms of Internet Governance.
  • The Department of Posts (DoP) operates one of the oldest and most extensive mail services in the world. As of 31 March 2017, the Indian Postal Service has 154,965 posts, of which 139,067 (89.74%) are in rural areas and 15,898 (10.26%) are in urban areas. It has 25,585 departmental PO s and 129,380 ED BPOs. At the time of independence, there were 23,344 post offices, which were primarily in an urban area. Thus the network has registered a sevenfold growth since independence, with the focus of the expansion primarily in rural areas. On average, a post office serves an area of 21.56 sq; km and a population of 7,753 people. This is the most widely distributed post office system in the world. The large numbers are a result of a long tradition of many disparate postal systems that were unified in the Indian Union post-Independence. Owing to 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., with about 25,464 full-time and 139,040 part-time post offices. It offers a whole range of products under posts, remittance, savings, insurance, and philately. While the Director-General is the head of operations, the Secretary is an adviser to the Minister. Both responsibilities are undertaken by one officer.



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