Rules for Issuing My Stamp in India

01. The customer will have to produce any ID proof issued by Govt. Authority

02.The photograph can be clicked or accept in soft/hard copy of only physically present customer

\"my03.Camera of appropriate specifications is being used by Department of Posts, but no responsibility of Photo qualitylies with the Department.

04.Customer will be fully responsible for his/her softcopy/hardcopy photograph quality. The customer will also beresponsible for any issues of propriety of the image brought by him for printing on \’My Stamp\’ sheets, including copy right issues.

05. The customer is required to collect his/her stamp sheetlets within 7 days. No responsibility will rest on the Department of Posts for loss of stamp after this period.

06. If customer is unable to collect his/her stamps personally, he has the option of appointing a r e c e i v e r w i t h a n authority letter with attested signature of receiver and the acknowledgment form. The receiver should carry photoID Proof issued by any Govt. Organisation.

07. The customer may request for \’My Stamp\’ to be delivered by post. It may be delivered by Registered Post or Speed Post. The delivery charges will be borne by the customer. Delay of delivery will be not a legal matter.

08. Department of Posts will not be liable for any wrong information produced by Customer.

09. Order received will not be change and amount will not be refund in any circumstances.

10. Printed sheet once given to customer will not be taken back.

11. Department of Post will not be responsible for delay in delivery, if technical fault found in hardware or software.

12. India Post reserves the right not to print a image submitted if in its opinion such image is unacceptable, without giving reasons, in such instances, India Post will refund the payment.

13. Customer shall not submit any image which may contravene the law or erode any moral values of society or which are against the interest of any third party, country or India Post. In particular, the image shall not contain or imply or suggest any of the following :-

Anything illegal, offensive, insulting or immoral

Anything dishonest, deceptive or unpatriotic

Any religious or political content

14. Customer shall ensure that the My Stamp must not be used for resale or for donation, or publicity purpose, whether it is commercial or political without any prior written consent by India Post.

15. Stamp designs are subject to change without notice. The customer must agree and accept India Post\’s terms and conditions for My Stamp before submitting the order.

16. India Post reserves the right to amend, vary, delete or add to any of these terms and conditions from time to time without notice or liability to you.

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7 Responses to Rules for Issuing My Stamp in India

  1. Ullas Jain says:

    On 27 may 2014, Jaipur edition of Dainik Bhaskar carried a piece of information that a so called senior philatelist from Patna has succeeded in obtaining 4 kind of My Stamps on PM Narendra Modi.I immediately wrote to the Director (Philately) to order an investigation. Consent and id proof of Mr.Narendra Modi furnished by so called senior philatelist should be made public.
    I feel that it is a totally illegal activity of the senior philatelist in collusion with staff of Patna gpo.
    I am now writing to PMO about this illegal activity.
    PhilaMirror has not endorsed this product. This is commendable.
    From this forum I demand that guilty should be punished and needful should be done to avoid repitition of such acts.

  2. Madan Middha says:

    Nice to see rules. May I have the source of these rules, of course for the record. Producing such “My Stamp”s with celebrities on them, without their consent is not desirable and irresponsible persons may misuse them.
    I am not in favour of these.
    Thanx.
    Madan Middha

  3. Sandeep says:

    Thanks to PhilaMirror for providing detailed info on ‘My Stamp’.
    I find Point no. 16 as most interesting.
    Will India Post maintain a catalog of all the ‘My Stamp’ (s)? Also, can we use it for postage? If ‘Yes’ then how to ensure its authenticity?

  4. Ullas Jain says:

    On 28 jan 2014, Jaipur edition of Rajasthan Patrika published a news item that a person by the name of Rajesh Sinha presented a My Stamp of RAJASTHAN UNIVERSITY logo to VC Mr.Devswaroop.When I investigated it became clear that Sr.postmaster of Jaipur Gpo issued the My Stamp on consent of Dy.Registrar of the university.For publication of university logo one should have permission of Chancellor I.e. hon’ble governor of Rajasthan state.Also there is clear cut contravention of above rules.
    I demanded immediate suspension of Pawan Kr.Sharma (Sr.postmaster) but the higher authorities did not respond . Aggrieved by the inaction I lodged a case no.315/14 in Jaipur court.It may not be out of place to mention that the department failed to answer in the court and the matter is soon to be decided ex-partie.

  5. Zoya Mendoca says:

    Good job.

  6. Dinu says:

    My inputs
    1. Our knowledgeable philatelist Mr. Sandeep has given a link about issuance of these stamps in a post. Hats off to him.
    2. Somewhere I read the big credential of so called big señor philatelist . If he has broken rule shame on him.
    3. If the rule given in the post are part of original circular – then oh god save the queen and queen’s English.
    4. Full of mistakes- spelling and grammar. That cannot be part of a government circular. If it is part of a real circular signed by a real officer then he / she should be sacked immediately.

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