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Quiz on Special Delivery Procedures and Standard remarks. Training For Postman of India Post. A Money order is addressed to a Minor below 5 years. He is residing with his parents. To whom the MO should be paid? Either of the Parent.

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A Money order is addressed to a Minor below 5 years. He is residing with his parents. To whom the MO should be paid?
    • Either of the Parent
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Money Order addressed to a Lunatic living in his home, a manager is appointed by Court of law to administer the estates, to whom the MO should be paid?
    • To the Manager
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MO payable to a leprosy person residing at asylum. Whether payment can be made to the Head of the asylum?
    • Yes.
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Money Order addressed to a Lunatic living in Asylum, to whom the MO should be paid?
    • It should be returned to the remitter
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While Paying MOs to illiterate persons, obtaining the signature of the independent witness is compulsory?
    • Yes
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MO is addressed to pardanashin woman. Whether, the money can be paid to the relative of the payee?
    • Money can be paid to the relative of the Pardanashin woman. But, Get the signature from the Pardanashin women and get witness from the relative. Relative should be known to the Postmen.
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While paying MO to a Pensioner, is there any special procedure to be followed?
    • Postman should give a certificate on the back of the acknowledgement of MO that the Payee is alive on that day.
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While delivering RL to an illiterate, obtaining the signature of the independent witness is compulsory?
    • No. But, signature of the addressee should be attested by the Postmen in Delivery Slip.
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Insured article addressed to Minor, to whom it should be delivered?
    • Should be delivered to the Minor in the presence Parents or Guardian and the signature of the Minor should be attested by the parent or Guardian .
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MO payable to Minor aged about 15 years, to whom it should be paid?
    • Should be paid to the Minor if he is capable of understanding the transaction.
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Postman of ‘X’ SO paid one MO to a person with out hands by obtaining his left leg thumb impression? Is it correct?
    • No. It should be paid to the care taker of the payee and the signature of the care taker should be attested by an independent witness.
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One RL addressed to Mr. Ram, No.14, Meenakshinagar, Perungudi. But Mr.Ram has shifted his house to another city without leaving an instruction as to disposal of correspondence and no reliable information is available about his new address.

  • Left
slide15

One RL/AD addressed to Mrs.Divya, No.72, Gandhi street, Perungudi. But when postman went to her house for delivering the article, Mrs.Divya said to Postman, “Please serve me intimation. I will take delivery after consulting my husband”

  • Refused
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RL addressed to S.Karthick, Assistant Teacher, AmudhamMatric. Hr. Sec. School, Perungudi. At the time of enquiry, the postman came to know that after getting a job at USA he went there. But he has not left any instruction at the Post office as to the redirection of his correspondence.

  • Left India
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One IL addressed to Mr.Siva, No.19, Nehru street, Perungudi. When postman tried for delivering the article, he found out the house No.19 in Nehru street. But in that house no person with the name of Siva lives.

  • Not known
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One RL addressed to Mrs. Lakshmi, No.42, Meenakshi Nagar, Perungudi. Postman went there. But in Meenakshinagar itself there are three streets named East street, West street and North street and door number 42 is available in all the three streets. So he could not deliver the article.

  • Insufficient address
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One RL/AD addressed to Mr.Ganapathy, Electrician, SN college, Perungudi. As he got transfer last week, he vacated his house. But no instruction was given by him to the Post office regarding redirection of his article and no information also available about his new address.

  • Left
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One IL addressed to Ms.Deepika, No.23, Gandhi nagar, Perungudi. Postman came to know that Ms.Deepika expired on 12.2.12 in a road accident.

  • Deceased
slide21

One RL/AD addressed to Ms.Soundarya, No.49, Airport road, Perungudi. But last week Ms.Soundarya approached postman and gave a letter saying that as she got transferred to Chennai all the articles addressed to her should be redirected to her new address—No.13/78 Aparna colony, Mylapore, Chennai 600 004.

  • Redirected
slide22

One RL addressed to L.Devanathan, Temple street, Perungudi. In that temple street , only seven houses are there. But no such person is known to that locality.

  • Not known
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One Regd Book packet addressed to Mr.Dhanush, No.65 , Nethaji road, Perungudi. When postman approached Mr.Dhanush for delivering the article, he refused to take delivery as it was received from a lawyer.

  • Refused
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