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Federal Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

The Public Service Commission was set up for the first time in British India in 1926. After independence, the Commission was established in Pakistan in 1947 under the provision of Government of India Act, 1935. At present, the commission is functioning under article 242of the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It has been provided autonomy under the Rules of Business, 1973 and FPSC Regulations, 1978 in its working. The Commission has also been given administrative as well as, to some extent, financial autonomy to perform its functions independently.

The Commission consists of a Chairman and Members. The Chairman is appointed by the President of Islamic republic of Pakistan, in his discretion, under Article 242 (IA) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973. The members are appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Commission is assisted by the Secretary who provides a link among the Commission, its Secretariat and the Government Agencies.

The term of the office of members is as follow:

  • A Member of the Commission shall hold office for a fixed term from the date on which he enters upon office and shall not be eligible for re-appointment.
  • A Member may resign his office by writing under his hand addressed to the President.

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Punjab Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) is the oldest Public Service Commission in the country and was established in April 1937 under the Government of India Act, 1935. The act was adapted in 1947 after independence. Its functions were defined explicitly in the1956 and 1962 constitutions as wefll. On creation of one unit the Commission was renamed as the West Pakistan Public Service Commission until 1st July 1970 and on dismemberment of one unit it was again named as Punjab Public Service Commission.

The Commission is vested with the responsibility of making direct recruitment for various posts under the Government of Punjab. It is a statutory body constituted under the provisions of the Punjab Public Service Commission Ordinance 1978 and the Punjab Public Service Commission (Function) Rules 1978 which have been framed as provided for in Article 242 of the 1973 constitution. The Commission enjoys the status of a special institution and is under the administrative control of S&GAD of Government of Punjab

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N.W.F.P Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

The Institution of Public Service Commission, for the first time evolved under the Government of India Act, 1935. Subsequently, Federal Public Service Commission and Provincial Public Service Commissions established under Section 264 265 and 266 ibid of the Act. The Functions of the Commission were enumerated under Section 266 ibid. The Functions of the Federal/ Provincial Public Services Commission so established were further defined and specified under the (Limitation of Functions/ Regulations).These regulations were allowed t continue in the independence act 1947. Again in the Constitution of 1956 and 1962, the role of the Commission was defined with vast functions under Articles 188 and 186 respectively. On the promulgation of 1973 Constitution, the Commissions were to be established by the Act of Parliament / Assembly as provided under Article 242 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973.

The Act for establishment of NWFP Public Service Commission was accordingly passed by the Provincial Assembly in 1973. However, this act was subsequently repealed and replaced with the NWFP Public Service Commission Ordinance, 1978.

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AJK Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

It is great pleasure for me to inaugurate the website of Azad Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission. The modern era is the era of Information Technology and as such, the entire world has become a global village.

The Public Service Commission is a constitutional institution delivering its services for the last 50 years in Azad Jammu & Kashmir. To select the best among the bests, the institution has to inform the prospective candidates not only in the country but also overseas AJK nationals as well. The website will enlarge the talent pool and facilitate the educated youth all over the world to compete for the available civil service jobs.

On this occasion, I would like to congratulate the Commission for launching its own website and wish the Commission every success in carrying out trust and responsibilities entrusted to it diligently and honestly.

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Sindh Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

The existing shape of Sindh Public Service is a derivative of Bombay Sindh Public Service Commission which has been modified from time to time to meet the needs of the Province. The Bombay Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) was established in 1937 under the Government of India Act 1935 to recruit human resources within the territories of Sindh and Bombay. Subsequently on 1 August 1947, the Commission was re-established as Sindh Public Service Commission. The Commission is provided constitutional cover under Article 242 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan and SPSC Act 1989 as amended from time to time. The Chairman and the Members of the Commission are appointed by the Governor in consultation with the Chief Minister, presently for the fixed and non-renewable term of five years.

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Balochistan Public Service Commission PDF Print E-mail

The Province of Balochistan came into being in 1970 on the dismemberment of One Unit, an administrative set up introduced by the then President of Pakistan. However, the Balochistan Public Service Commission (the Commission) came into existence on 13th August, 1973, while during the intervening period of 1970-73, a joint Commission for Sindh and Balochistan provinces met the recruitment needs of the Civil Services of Balochistan.

The Balochistan Public Service Commission is Governed by the Balochistan Public Service commission Act,1989 and the Balochistan Public Service Commission (Functions) Rules ,1995 promulgated in pursuance of Article 242 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973. All the vacant posts, falling in direct recruitment quota (BPS-16 and above), are referred to BPSC for selection of the candidates. Other than departmental examinations, if the government departments so desire, the Commission also recommends suitable candidates for the posts below BPS-16 that fall in direct recruitment quota.

Having been eligible to apply for a particular post, the candidates have to appear in written screening test/examination that consists of either objective or subject type papers or both. Passing marks vary from paper to paper and from examination to examination. Only those candidates who qualify the written test are called for viva voce. Final result is compiled combining scores in the written test and viva voce. the Commission is being computerized and soon there will computer adoptive test for posts whose candidates are screened through written objective type papers.

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Women Empowerment - GRAP PDF Print E-mail

To seek transformation of the provincial government into an organization that actively practices and promotes gender equality. To ensure that all public sector operations in the province promote gender equity and reduce gender inequality. To make possible adequate representation of women as decision-makers in the provincial governments, both in the political and executive domain. To ensure that all provincial civil servants have an understanding of gender issues and are able to contribute positively towards the goal of gender mainstreaming

The Gender and Governance Reform Agenda (as it is expressed in GRAP) is about creating space for women within the existing systems, while trying to change these systems for the better. The analytical studies had reflected that women in Punjab exhibit poor social status as compared to men, the departments generally lack projects or programs to bridge these gender gaps, and measures in this regard are inadequate and poorly designed. GRAP will try to bring about changes through policy, institutional and budgetary reforms in the public sector, and enhanced participation of women in the political domain, thereby contributing to the emancipation and empowerment of women

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