FPSC Jobs 2023 Advertisement 1/2023 – Federal Public Service Commission

Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has announced new jobs through the first advertisement of 2023. The FPSC is seeking individuals who are interested in working in the federal government. The jobs include positions in different parts of the government, including operations, policy, and communications.

The FPSC is looking for individuals with a variety of skills and experience. Applicants must have a college degree or equivalent experience, be able to speak English, and have excellent communication and problem-solving skills. Interested candidates should apply online at www.fpscjobs.gc.ca.

Details of FPSC Jobs 2023 Advertisement

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Vacant Position:

  • Assistant Private Secretary BPS-16
  • Assistant Director BPS-17
  • Chief Statistician BPS-20
  • General Staff Officer BPS-19
  • Senior Research Officer BPS-18
  • Director BPS-19
  • Civilian Assistant Security Officer BPS-16
  • Civilian Labour Officer BPS-17
  • Establishment and Cash Officer BPS-17
  • Works Manager BPS-18
  • Lecturers Male BPS-17
  • Assistant Professor / Vice Principal BSP-18
  • Assistant Network Administrator BPS-16

Federal Public Service Commission Introduction:

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) is an independent federal agency that was created in 1978 to ensure the quality of public service delivery by government employees. The FPSC has four main responsibilities: (1) promoting merit-based appointments and promotions in the public service; (2) overseeing the administration of civil service laws; (3) conducting investigations into allegations of misconduct by public servants; and (4) providing advice to the Prime Minister on matters relating to public service management.

Recruitment Rules of Various Ministries/ Divisions of Pakistan

There are different recruitment rules for various ministries and divisions of Pakistan. The following are the recruitment rules for the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).

The FPSC is an autonomous public service commission responsible for recruiting civil servants in the Federal Government of Pakistan. It conducts a nationwide competitive examination in each province for appointment to the various grades of Group A, B and C officers and other eligible employees (except doctors) in the federal government.

The selection process starts with a written application followed by an interview. Selected candidates undergo a Technical Test & practical exam which decides their eligibility for further process. After passing all these stages, successful candidates are called for medical examination at designated medical institutions of their choice followed by an oath taking ceremony.

About FPSC Pakistan

What is FPSC?

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) is a federal government organization in Pakistan which regulates the civil services. It was established on 1 July 2004, as a result of the Constitutional Amendment Act, 2003. The commission is responsible for recruiting and appointing civil servants to positions in the Federal Government of Pakistan.

Some of the responsibilities of FPSC include:
-Recruitment and appointment of officers and employees in various institutions of Federal Government;
-Regulation and supervision of recruitment procedures for all categories of appointments;
-Supervision, direction and management of examinations for recruitment into all categories including the Civil Services Examinations Board;
-Ensuring compliance with merit principles in appointments;
-Monitoring performance and development programmes for officers and employees appointed under them.

How To Apply?

  • Get print of Challan Form.
  • FPSC Challan Fee is 300/- for BPS-16 and 17, 750/- for BPS-18, 1200/- for BPS-19, 1500/- for BPS-20 and above
  • Fill out the Challan Form and submit to any National Bank.
  • Submit the completed Challan Form to any National Bank.
  • Then, for an online application, go to the official website at http://www.fpsc.gov.pk.
  • Send in your online application for jobs with the FPSC.

FAQs:

How many attempts are there in FPSC? in Pakistan

There are a total of 100 attempts in FPSC. A fresh graduate can attempt the test for the first time after completing one year of service in any grade or class. However, if the candidate has completed more than one year of service, he/she can only attempt the test once.

What is the age limit for FPSC?

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) prescribes the maximum age limit for applicants for posts in the Federal Civil Service. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age to apply for any civil service post.

What is general recruitment FPSC?

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) is a federal government agency that employs more than 7,000 permanent employees in the areas of human resources, public administration, information technology, audit and assurance, and financial management. FPSC recruits both full-time and part-time employees for a variety of positions in its various offices across the country.

In general recruitment FPSC advertises job vacancies on their website as well as through other government agencies. Positions that are most commonly recruited for include administrative assistants, computer science specialists, financial analysts, human resources officers, information technology specialists, and security officers. Applicants who are interested in working for FPSC should have a degree in accounting or another related field; however, experience is not necessarily required.

What qualification is required for FPSC? in Pakistan

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) requires a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks. However, specific degrees and coursework are not required for FPSC. Candidates must also have proficiency in English language, knowledge of the Pakistani Constitution and Code of Conduct, and ability to work independently.

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