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The roles and responsibilities of both the postal and sorting assistants are almost same with some minor differences.  The Sorting Assistants job is to sort the letter for each area within post office limit (which you are working in).The pay scale is same for both.
The duties and responsibilities of Postal Assistant may vary according to the work location.However depending on the workplace the postal assistant have to perform more than one duty. Generally a Postal Assistant works in Mails, Delivery, Dispatch, Registration, Speed Post, Parcel, Money Order, Sub account, Cash/ Treasury, Accounts and Savings Bank and Savings Certificates departments of a Post office. They are also entrusted additional duties and responsibilities in view of introduction of premium products, other new products and service and technology driven initiatives of the Department.
The main function of sorting assistant is to sort the mails based on pin codes and the main function of postal assistants is to Perform any combination of tasks in a post office, such as receiving letters and parcels, sell postage and revenue stamps, postal cards, and stamped envelopes; fill out and sell money orders and examine mail for correct postage etc…

PAFPO : The Postal Assistant in Foreign Post Organization. Being a PAFPO, We have to deal with the foreign articles transmitted through Post office network.

SARMS : This is the short form of Sorting Assistant in Railway Mail Service. As we have stated earlier, the main function of Sorting Assistant is to sort mails. The mails sent by various locations will be sent to the RMS (Railway Mail Service). There our Sorting Assistant has to divide and sort the mails according to pincodes. Being SA you have to work in shifts. So female candidates think twice before applying for this post.

PASBCO : This is Postal Assistant in Savings Bank Control Organization. You have to look after various postal saving systems. The job profile may vary based on the location. Maximum chances for getting posted in head post offices. So those people who don’t want to join in rural areas may prefer this.

PACO-RO : This is Postal Assistant in Circle/Regional Offices. As the name suggests you have to work in circle / regional offices. These are the administrative wing of Postal Department. The PACO-RO is the separate administrative cadre and those selected are posted at Circle/Regional Offices situated in main cities within the circle (max. 2-5 offices). There is no direct contact between the customers and you.

PAMMA : This is nothing but Postal Assistant in Mail Motor Services. You have to look after the intra-city transmission of mail between mail offices and Post Offices.

Postal Assistants (Returned Letter Offices) : Assume that you have to send a greeting card to your friend. But unknowingly you entered wrong address and mailed it. What will happen now ? Either they will locate the correct address and dispach it, or they will locate the sender’s address (you) and send it back to you (if you write your address on the cover), or they will dispose the letter if both sender’s and reciever’s addresses are not clear. The postal assistant of Returned letter offices will look after this.
Postal Assistant Coaching Kerala is the ideal solution to pursue a successful career in Postal. Finding the best Postal  coaching center is not a big task. In India ,it is said that once you get a job in Postal, your carrer is secure for whole .Ofcourse, we cant compare postal Assistant jobs with SSC, Bank jobs. But we have enough reasons to apply .Postal Assistant jobs are tensionless.
Apart from the classroom coaching, the students are also given study material that consists of 8  Fundamental Booklets apart from Class Exercises & Mocks Tests. The focus in Postal Assistant Coaching Kerala is to develop students' speed and accuracy with the help of fast-paced learning sessions that will eventually help them in clearing the Postal assistant exams.


Programme High lights for Postal Assistant Coaching Kerala


  • Expert and Experienced faculty team working for uplifment students with individual care and attention in Postal Assistant Coaching.
     
  • Comprehensive and detailed coaching materials accordingly prepared as per  the latest updates of Postal Assistant  which include General Awareness , quantitative aptitude,Reasoning,English.
     
  • Short cuts and quicker method approaches in Quantitative aptitude and Reasoning in Postal Assistant Coaching Kerala.
     
  • In Postal Assistant Coaching Individual Mock test series and chapter wise test in a way to improve students knowledge.
     
  • Well established library with banking reference books, other competitive books and study hall which is opened from 7am to 8pm(for girls timings till 5.30pm).
     
  • In Postal Assistant Coaching 60-70 classroom sessions   covering all the subject areas viz. Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English and General Knowledge .
The applicants shall be subjected to an Aptitude Test  with a total 100 maximum marks covering the following subjects/topics.

1.Aptitude Test (Paper-I) will be comprising four parts (Part A, B, C & D). The duration of the Aptitude Test will be for 2 hours (120 minutes). There is no negative marking.
 
Part „A‟ 25 Questions on General Knowledge - Questions on current events,
sports, history, geography, basic economics, general politics, Indian
Constitution, Science environment etc (25 marks).
 
Part „B‟ 25 Questions on Mathematics of matriculation standard which may
cover number system, simplification, decimals, corrections, simple and
compound interest, percentage, average, profit and loss, discount,
menstruation, Time & work and time & distance etc. (25 Marks)
 
Part „C‟ 25 questions on English covering grammar (prepositions, adverbs,
conjunction, direct/indirect speech, singular & plural, tenses,
antonyms/synonyms etc. (25 Marks)
 
Part „D‟ 25 Questions on Reasoning and analytical Ability. (25 marks)
 
 
 
 
2.Computer/ Typing Test ( Paper II) :: The typing test will be for a duration  of 30 minutes ( 15 minutes for typing and 15 minutes for data entry) consisting one passage of 450 words in English OR 375 words in Hindi to be typed with a minimum speed of 30 words per minute or 25 words per minute respectively. Test in Data entry will be of some figures and letters each carrying equal marks on computer . The above test will be conducted on Computer Key board, but not  on a typewriter. Further, the candidates have to secure prescribed qualifying marks in this test. The marks will be based on speed, and accuracy. This is a
combined test, and marks in both the components will be put together for qualifying.
 
note:
  All eligible Applicants belonging to various categories who have the educational qualification of 10+2 or 12th class pass from a recognized university or Board of School Education or Board of Secondary Education with English as a compulsory subject and fulfilling the condition in Para 9 (2) above shall be invited for appearing in Aptitude test. No weightage for marks secured by the Applicants in 10+2 or 12th class will be given while preparing the Merit Lists.
 
Age limit: 18-27 years:

(a) For General Category (Unreserved Applicants )
(b) Permissible relaxation of upper age limit as per Government of India orders are as
indicated below:-
Category Age relaxation permissible beyond the Upper age limit.

Category Age relaxation permissible beyond the Upper age
limit.
Scheduled Castes/
Scheduled Tribes
(SCs/STs)
5 years
Other Backward Classes
(OBC)
3 years
Physically Handicapped PH+ Unreserved 10 years.
In regard to PH+SC/ST 15 years.
In regard to PH+OBC 13 years
Ex-servicemen 3 years after deduction of service rendered in military
from the actual age as on the closing date for Online
Registration of applications.
Serving Govt.
employees who have
rendered not less than
3 years‟ regular
continuous service as
on closing date for
receipt of applications
Upto 40 years of age as on the closing date for Online
Registration of applications (45 years for SC/ST and 43
for OBC).
 
 
Educational Qualification:-

(a) 10+2 standard or 12th class pass from a recognized university or Board of School Education or Board of Secondary Education with English as a compulsory subject (excluding vocational streams).
 
(b) The applicants should have studied in local language of the State or Union Territory of the concerned Postal Circle or in Hindi as a subject at least in Matriculation level or equivalent.
equivalent.
 
 
Part „A‟ 25 Questions on General Knowledge - Questions on current events,
sports, history, geography, basic economics, general politics, Indian
Constitution, Science environment etc (25 marks).
 
Part „B‟ 25 Questions on Mathematics of matriculation standard which may
cover number system, simplification, decimals, corrections, simple and
compound interest, percentage, average, profit and loss, discount,
menstruation, Time & work and time & distance etc. (25 Marks)
 
Part „C‟ 25 questions on English covering grammar (prepositions, adverbs,
conjunction, direct/indirect speech, singular & plural, tenses,
antonyms/synonyms etc. (25 Marks)
 
Part „D‟ 25 Questions on Reasoning and analytical Ability. (25 marks)