‘Know your Postman’ will help you directly communicate with your beat postman and facilitate delivery as per your convenience. With the new moto of getting the post at your convenience, the India Post, Mumbai Region has come up with this initiative.
In its initiative towards Digitisation of the postal network, the MIndia Post, Mumbai region says this would facilitate the working population of Mumbai. The app will enable citizens to directly communicate with their beat postman and facilitate delivery as per their convenience.
The trail-blazing mobile application “Know Your Postman” was launched on the occasion of National Mails Day on October 16, 2021. The unique android application designed and created by Mumbai Postal Region will enable the citizens to easily get the details of their beat postman. Citizens can search by locality, area, post office name and pin code. More than 86,000 localities of Mumbai city and suburb are readily available in the database.
You can download the App here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kyp.ipmp
- Postman Details
- Contact Details
- Attached Post Office Details
- Attached Post Office Contact Details
- Attached Post Office Address
On ‘Know Your Postman’ App, Postmaster General, India Post Mumbai Region, Swati Pandey said; “the App is an in-house attempt of Mumbai Post region to be citizen friendly, citizen centric and also promote digitisation at the same time. This is completely for the benefit of all Mumbaikars. This is a revolutionary step. More than 86,000 addresses have been tapped so far.”
She said that the app provided citizens an option to add their address, if a particular address is not found. “There is a link through which citizens can click and share the details of their address to be added and India Post, Mumbai will update the address within 24 hours,” she informed.
There are 89 delivery postoffices of Mumbai city with approximately 2000 postmen/women with mobile devices. Mumbai city delivers approximately 2 to 2.5 lakhs accountable mails everyday which includes speedpost, registered posts, Aadhaar cards and passports.
Pandey also stated that India Post Mumbai region is conducting several training programmes for the postmen/women whose average age is 45 years which is very high. “1,800 postmen are being trained in soft skills. They are trained on how to respond to the customers,” she added. She also mentioned that India Post’s backbone has always been its delivery services.