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After qualifying written part what's the next procedure now. Please senior members, especially those who have cleared PMS 2008, tells us what is next and guide us how to prepare for the interview. I also want to know that is KPK Commission following the procedure that of FPSC. Is interview process is same like CSS. Please contribute your experience.
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Please Senior members, respond us positively and guide us. It may be your little guidance help us a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What next:


Interview procedure is every where the same...

There are no built in questions; every interviewer ask questions in his own way and according to the situation...
So no major difference between CSS and PMS interview...

After Allocation:

What next:

-PMS Training:

1) 4-6 months training in Rural Academy, Peshawar.
2) 4-6 months training in IMSciences, Hayatabad, Peshawar.

What next:

-Job allocation:

Job allocation is based upon:

1) Candidate education background:

-who having LLB degree they are allocated in judiciary, DRO(Judiciary).

-who having MBA they are allocated in revenue, DRO(Revenue).

-Who having MA, MSc, Engineering, Medical etc are allocated as assistant to commissioner, APA, or
BS-17 officer in mineral & industry departments or in establishment division.

2) Performance based:


Performance based means:

- The person who scored good marks in PMS exam.
- The person who achieved 1st, 2nd , 3rd position in the training exams.

Source info:

The things which I wrote are based upon my past experience...

Read detailed story regarding allocation criteria and PMS training related stuff in dawn, daily mashriq etc...

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" A merit-based policy was devised and subsequently approved by Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti
for posting of these new entrants.

According to the policy, nobody has been posted in division of their domicile except the 12 women officers
posted in Peshawar on their choice, explained an official of the establishment department.

The official said that officers who showed good performance during their pre-service training were
given field postings, while academic qualification and field of specialisation was also considered as a factor
in placement of the newcomers. “If someone has qualification and experience related to
financial sector they have been posted in finance, mineral and industry departments,” the official explained."

Source: dawn.com

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http://www.dawn.com/2010/10/10/provi...-officers.html
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Provincial bureaucracy gets 174 new officers:


"PESHAWAR, Oct 9: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has injected the much-awaited `fresh blood` into its otherwise incapacitated departments, as 174 officers from the Provincial Management Service (PMS) will assume their duties on Monday after completing their pre-service training. "

The graduation ceremony of these new entrants was held at the Institute of Management Sciences here on Saturday, marking the completion of their four-month pre-service training in public sector management.

Chief Secretary Ghulam Dastgeer Akhtar along with senior members of the provincial bureaucracy turned up at the ceremony to give the newly-inducted officers pat on the back.

The provincial government had created the PMS replacing the erstwhile Provincial Civil Service (PCS), in 2007 following changes in the basic governance structure in the wake of devolution plan in 2002.

The government departments in secretariat and districts had not received fresh officers after these changes, leaving almost 300 posts of grade-17 vacant that subsequently led to poor service delivery.

With placement of these officers, the government will be able to address gaps and capacity constraints in different departments, Mr Akhtar told Dawn soon after the graduation ceremony.

“The government departments are in dire need of fresh blood and that is what we are going to inject,” he said.

The Establishment and Administration Department last week notified the posting of these new officers in different government departments, districts and Civil Secretariat Fata.

A merit-based policy was devised and subsequently approved by Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti for posting of these new entrants.

According to the policy, nobody has been posted in division of their domicile except the 12 women officers posted in Peshawar on their choice, explained an official of the establishment department.

The official said that officers who showed good performance during their pre-service training were given field postings, while academic qualification and field of specialisation was also considered as a factor in placement of the newcomers. “If someone has qualification and experience related to financial sector they have been posted in finance, mineral and industry departments,” the official explained.

Meanwhile, speaking at the graduation ceremony, the chief secretary gave a sense to the audience of what the civil service was all about.

During the colonial era, he said, the civil service was called the steel frame of colonial India, adding over past six decades this so-called steel frame had become decidedly rusty.

“The diminishing capacity, over-politicisation and corruption of the bureaucracy and its political masters were seriously undermining Pakistan`s economic, social and political development,” he observed.

He said that fighting off militancy, intolerance and extremism, restoring peace and improving service delivery were the main challenges the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were facing these days.

Mr Akhtar urged the officers to take up these challenges, adding “I urge you to accept the challenge, and work in whatever position you are assigned to serve the people, out of whose taxes I and you are paid.”

Earlier, the chief secretary distributed distinction shields and certificates among the top three officers for their excellent performance during training.

Mushtaq Hussain grabbed first position, Mohammad Zahiruddin Babar second and Yasir Ali Khan third. Dr Nasir Ali Khan, executive director IM Sciences, also spoke on the occasion.


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Provincial bureaucracy gets 174 new officers | Provinces | DAWN.COM

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Thanks brother for your response and that valuable information. But I really want to ask whether the next procedure is same as that of css I mean medical, psychological test and interview?
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Thanks brother for your response and that valuable information. But I really want to ask whether the next procedure is same as that of css I mean medical, psychological test and interview?

Dear I am not sure regarding this thing...

Islah bro or any other senior member can answer this query in a much better way...

dear Islah and other seniors members please respond to his query... : )

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If there is any mistake in my in above post(titled, what next), then please do correct me...

Correction are always welcomed... : )
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