Chhattisgarh Postal Circle

About Us

Chhattisgarh State came into existence on 01.11.2000. After its inception, Chhattisgarh Postal Circle was created on 12.01.2001. Prior to that it was functioning as a Postal Region under Madhya Pradesh Postal Circle. 27 Revenue Districts of Chhattisgarh State are in the jurisdiction of the Circle.

Chhattisgarh Postal Circle provides postal facilities to a total population of 2.5 crore covering an area of 1,37,898.36 sq. km. of Chhattisgarh State. In Chhattisgarh Postal Circle, there are 05 Postal Divisions, 1 RMS Division, one Postal Store Depot and 1 Postal Dispensary. The State is usually known as the “Rice bowl” of India; it also known for its various mineral deposits. This State is situated in the centre of India with its borders touching seven States viz Andhra Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Telengana and Uttar Pradesh. The State is also known for its rich dense forests covering an area of 63,531 sq. km. Bhilai Steel Plant and Aluminium Plant at Korba are the major industries of this State.


  1. India Post's products and services will be the customer's first choice.​


  1. To sustain its position as the largest postal network in the world touching the lives of every citizen in the country.
  2. To provide mail parcel, money transfer, banking, insurance and retail services with speed and reliability.
  3. To provide services to the customers on value-for-money basis.
  4. To ensure that the employees are proud to be its main strength and serve its customers with a human touch.​
  5. To continue to deliver social security services and to enable last mile connectivity as a Government of India platform.​

Core Values

We will maintain our iconic status as a unique and trusted national institution by:​

  1. Always providing the human touch in all our interactions with society
  2. Being responsive and reliable
  3. Demonstrating the highest order of integrity, honesty, transparency and professionalism
  4. Discharging our responsibilities towards the society in an environment of deep trust, mutual respect and a culture of service before self

Strategic Goals

  1. Achieve the long term goal of financial self-sufficiency by generating surpluses from services (existing & new) outside our universal service obligation
  2. Develop, implement and operate a system of standards with accountability for performance
  3. Develop a scalable and flexible technology infrastructure to support our operations
  4. Be the preferred, trusted and reliable service partner for all customers
  5. Ensure that India Post acquires all required people capabilities to deliver its chosen services portfolio
  6. Be the interface between citizens and the government​