Especially for students, due to the loss of mail, the career is at stake. One such case has come up. Pradeep Sharma and Vinod Kumar, residents of village Banwala, told that they had registered two letters from Odhan Post Office on 6 October. Those who should have reached the destination in a day or two. He also tracked his registry papers on the Internet, in which only the postage was being shown. After four days, when he came to know about this in the Department of Posts, it was said that the post had reached. The track is displaying incorrectly because the server is down. So they should be carefree. Pradeep Sharma said that when asked about this 10 days later on 15 October at Odhan Post Office, then excuses were also made. Eventually it was told that the post had been sent from Odhan to Sirsa. The postal bag is lost somewhere in Sirsa, Therefore, the post did not reach its destination. He said that he had registered the Registry to deliver the form before the last date of the university, but the postal department personnel kept him in the dark. Due to which the last date for filling the form has passed. Like Pradeep Sharma, what would have happened to others also, the employees of the Department of Posts themselves will not have any idea. However, the registers have not been informed about this by the Department of Posts, due to which they are still in darkness.