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Business Idea: Start business with post office in Rs 5,000, double income from monthly job

Post Office franchise: If you are also planning to start a new business and are looking for an option in which the risk is negligible, then this news is special for you. Post office gives franchise to expand its network, which you can also easily take. Investment in this also has to be very less.

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The Kalamkar News, Digital Desk - Post office in the country is such an institution which is popular from educated people to illiterate people and from city to village. Be it a matter of investment or trust. Its investment schemes are also very popular among the people. 

Along with investment, the post office also gives an opportunity to earn money by setting up a new franchise. You can open a post office franchise with nominal investment. With this you can earn money in many ways.

Initially you will need only Rs 5000 for post office franchise. There are more than 1.5 lakh post office branches in the country. Despite this, there is still a need for more new branches. Post Office offers two types of franchise models, – Franchise Outlet and Postal Agent. To take franchise, you can apply by taking the form from the post office itself.


Age rule: The age of the person taking the franchise should be above 18 years.
Nationality: Post office franchise can be taken by any citizen of India.
Educational Qualification: The person should have passed class 8 from a recognized school.

How and how much is earned?

For booking of registered items, a commission of Rs 3 per transaction has been fixed.

For booking Speed ​​Post articles, the commission per transaction is Rs 5.

For money orders, a commission of Rs 3.50 is available on booking money orders between Rs 100 and Rs 200. At the same time, on money orders above Rs 200, you will get a commission of Rs 5 per transaction. Franchise agents will not book money orders of less than Rs 100.

Achieving the monthly target of 1000 registered and Speed ​​Post bookings will earn an additional commission of 20 percent.
A commission of 5 percent of the sale amount is fixed on the sale of postage stamps and stationery.

For retail services including sale of revenue stamps, Central Recruitment Fee stamps etc., a commission is fixed at 40 per cent of the income earned by the Department of Posts. This amount will be rounded off to 40% or less in rupees.