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How much time will take fpscto announce the result of this case ?
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How much time will take fpscto announce the result of this case ?
round about four month
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Sorry, there are no previous papers. But I appeared in this test previously. A person with a little background in Government Department Administration can do successfully answer the Professional Part. Rest is English portion and Basic arithmetic that are simple for those who have experience of FPSC tests. The thing that troubled me was the Personnel Management as I couldn't find any suitable or precise material for it and in the test there were 8-12 questions about it.

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Sir when will be the result announced and where.
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Dear it might take 2-4 months. The result will be displayed on the FPSC's website under the "Pre-Selections".

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AoA, brother I solved it there, and the answer was 6a+1, which was an option. If you remember the statement, we could check it.
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1
FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
ORDINANCE, 1977
(NO.XLV OF 1977)
WHEREAS it is expedient to repeal
and, with certain modifications, re-
enact the Federal Public Service Commission Act, 1973 (LXVI of 1973);
AND WHEREAS the President is sati
sfied that circumstances exist which
render it necessary to take immediate action;
NOW, THEREFORE, in pursuance of t
he proclamation of the fifth day of
July, 1977, read with the Laws (Continuance in
Force) Order, 1977 (CMLA Order No.1
of 1977), and in exercise of all powers enabl
ing him in that behalf, the President is
pleased to make and promulgat
e the following Ordinance:-
1. Short title and commencement:-
(1) This Ordinance may be called t
he Federal Public Service Commission
Ordinance, 1977.
(2) It shall come into force at once.
2. Definitions:-
In this Ordinance, unless there is anythi
ng repugnant in the s
ubject or context:-
(a) “Commission” means the Federal
Public Service Commission; and
(b) “Member” means a member of
the Commission and includes the
Chairman thereof.
3. Composition of Commission, etc:-
(1) There shall be a Federal Public Service Commission.
(2) The President shall by regulations determine:-
(a) the number of members of the
Commission and their conditions of
service; and
(b) the number of memb
ers of the staff of the Commission and their
conditions of service:
Provided that the salary, allowanc
es and privileges of a member of
the Commission shall not be varied
to his disadvantage during his
term of office.
(3) The Chairman and other members of
the Commission shall be appointed
by the President.
2
*
(4) The Commission shall have:
(a) not less than one half of the me
mbers who shall be persons having
held office in the service of Pakistan in basic pay scale 21 or above
post;
Provided that no serving Governm
ent servant shall be appointed as
a member;
(b) at least one member each from
(i) retired judges of the superior judiciary;
(ii) retired officers not below
the rank of Major-General or
equivalent of the Armed Forces; and
(iii) Women and the private sector possessing such
qualifications and experience as
the Federal Government
may by rules prescribe.
**
(5) No proceedings or act of the Commi
ssion shall be invalid merely on the
ground of the existence of a vacancy in, or a defect in the constitution of
the Commission.
4. Term of office
of members, etc:-
+(1) “A member of the Commission shall
hold office for a term of three years
from the date on which he enters upon offi
ce or till he attains the age of
sixty-five years whichever is earlier:
Provided that
a member of the Commission
who is a retired judge of the
Supreme Court or a High Co
urt shall hold office for a term of three years
within five years from t
he date of his retirement:
Provided further that a member of t
he Commission shall not be eligible for
re-appointment.
(1A) Notwithstanding anything in any
contract, agreement or
any instrument
containing terms and conditions of the se
rvice, a member who, on or after
the commencement of the Feder
al Public Service Commission
(Amendment) Act, 2006, completes his te
nure or attains upper age-limit
specified in sub-section (1) shall
on such commencement forthwith cease
to be member as defined in
clause (b) of section 2.”
(2) A member may resign his office by
writing under his hand addressed to
the President.
***
4A. Oath of office:-
Before entering upon office the Chairm
an and a member shall take oath in the
form set out in the Schedule to this Ordi
nance before the President in case of
Chairman and before the Chairm
an in case of a member.
* Substituted vide FPSC (Ame
ndment) Ordinance 2000, dated 17-11-2000.
** Added vide Notification No.F.24(1)/77-Pub., dated 22-12-1977.
+ Revised and added vide Act No. V of 2006, notif
ied vide F.9(2)/2006-Legis, dated 04.10.2006.
*** Inserted vide FPSC (Amendment) Or
dinance 2000, dated 17-11-2000.
3
#
5. Ineligibility for further employment:-
On ceasing to hold office, a member sha
ll not be eligible for further employment
in the service of Pakistan.
***
5A. Appointment of a servi
ng member as a Chairman:-
A serving member of the Commission sha
ll be eligible for appointment as
Chairman for a term not exceeding the un
expired portion of his term as such
member.
6. Removal from office:-
A member shall not be removed from offi
ce except in the m
anner applicable to a
Judge of a High Court.
7. Functions of the Commission:-
(1) The functions of the Commission shall be:-
(a) to conduct tests and examinations
for recruitment of persons to All-
Pakistan Services, the civil services of the Federation and civil
posts in connection with the affair
s of the Federati
on in basic pay
scales 16 and above or equivalent; and
(1a) The recruitment to the posts in
basic pay scales 11 to 15 made by
any authority or person
on or after the 28
th
May, 2003, other than
through the Commission, shall, not
withstanding any provision of
this Ordinance or any other law,
rule, notification or any order,
decision of judgment of
any court or forum, be deemed to be, and
always to have been, validly made,
taken or done and shall not be
called in question in any court or
forum or any ground whatsoever.
(b) to advise the President:
(i) on matters relating to qualifications for and methods of
recruitment to, services and posts
referred to in clause (a);
(ii) on the principles to be
followed in making initial
appointments to the services an
d posts referred to in clause
(a) and in making appointments by
promotion to posts in BS-
18 and above and transfer from on
e service or occupational
group to another; and
(iii) on any other matter which t
he President may refer to the
Commission;
and
(c) to hold examinations for promot
ion for such posts as the Federal
Government may, from ti
me to time, by notification in the official
Gazette, specify.
Explanation:-
In this section, “recruitment” means
initial appointment other than by
promotion or transfer.
# Substituted vide FPSC (Amendment ) Ordinance 2000, dated 17-11-2000
*** Inserted vide FPSC (Amendment) Or
dinance 2000, dated 17-11-2000.
Substituted and Added vide FPSC (S
econd Amendment) Act, 2005, dated 06.07.2005.
Substituted and Added vide Ordinance No. XLIX of 2002, dated 03-09-2002
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Civil Servants Act, 1973 (Act No. LXXI of 1973)
An Act to regulate the appointment of pe
rsons to, and the terms and conditions of
Service of persons in, the service of Pakistan.
WHEREAS it is expedient to regulate by law,
the appointment of persons to, and the
terms and conditions of service of persons, in
the service of Pakistan, and to provide
for matters connected therewith or ancillary thereto;
It is hereby enacted as follows:-
1. Short title, application and commencement
t.-(1) This Act may be called the Civil
Servants Act, 1973.
(2) it applies to all civil servants wherever they may be.
(3) It shall come into force at once.
2. Definitions.-(1) In this act, unless ther
e is anything repugnant in the subject or
context,-
(a) "ad hoc appointment" means appointme
nt of a duly qualified person made
otherwise than in accordance with the pr
escribed method of recruitment, pending
recruitment in accordance with such method;
(b) "civil servant" means a person who is a me
mber of an All-Pakistan Service or of a
civil service of the Federation, or who holds
a civil post in connection with the affairs
of the Federation, including any such post c
onnected with defence, but does include-
(i) a person who is on deputation to the
Federation from any Province or other
authority;
(ii) a person who is employed on contract, or
on work-charged basis or who is paid
from contingencies; or
(iii) a person who is "worker"
or "workman" as defined in
the Factories Act, (XXV of
1934), or the Workman's Compensation Act, 1923 (VIII of 1923):
(c) "initial appointment" mans appointment
made otherwise than by promotion or
transfer.
(d) "pay" means the amount
drawn monthly by a civil se
rvant as pay and includes
technical pay, special pay, personal pay a
nd any other emoluments declared by the
prescribed authority to be pay;
(e) "permanent post" means a post sanctioned without limit of time;
(f) "prescribed" means prescribed by rules;
(g) "rules" means rules made or deemed
to have been made under this Act;
(h) "selection authority"
means the Federal Public Service Commission, a
departmental selection board, departmental
selection committee or other authority or
body on the recommendation of or in consul
tation with which any appointment or
promotion, as may be prescribed, is made; and
(i) "temporary post" means a post other than a permanent post.
(2) For the purposes of this Act, an appoi
ntment, whether by promotion or otherwise,
shall be deemed to have been made on regular
basis if it is made in the prescribed
manner.
CHAPTER II.-TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE OF CIVIL
SERVANTS
3. Terms and conditions.- (1) The terms and
conditions of service of a civil servant
shall be as provided in this Act and the rules.
(2) The terms and conditi9ons of service of
any person to whom this Act applies shall
not be varied to his disadvantage.
4. Tenure of office of civil Servants.- Ever
y civil servant shall hold office during the
pleasure of the President.
5. Appointments.- Appointments to an All-Pakist
an Service or to a civil service of the
Federation or to a civil post in connection
with the affairs of the Federation, including
any civil post connected with defence, shal
l be made in the prescribed manner by the
President or by a person authorized
by the President in that behalf.
6. Probation.- (1) An initial appointment to
a service or post refe
rred to in section 5,
not being an ad hoc appointment, shall
be on probation as may be prescribed.
(2) Any appointment of a civi
l servant by promotion or tran
sfer to a service or post
may also be made on probation as may be prescribed.
Where, in respect of any service or po
st, the satisfactory completion of probation
includes the passing of a pres
cribed examination, test or course or successful
completion of any training, a person appointed
on probation to such service or post
who, before the expiry of the original or
extended period of
his probation, has failed
to pass such examination or test or to su
ccessfully complete course or the training
shall, except as may be prescribed otherwise.-
(a) if he was appointed to such service or
post by initial recruitm
ent, be discharged;
or(b) if he was appointed to
such service or, post by promoti
on or transfer, be reverted
to the service or post from which he was
promoted or transferred and against which
he holds a lien or, if there be no su
ch service or post, be discharged.
Provided that, in the case of initial appointme
nt to a service or post, a civil servant
shall not be deemed to have completed his
period of probation satisfactorily until his
character and antecedents have been verifi
ed as satisfactory in the opinion of the
appointing authority.
7. Confirmation.- (1) A person appointed
on probation shall, on satisfactory
completion of his probation, be eligible for
confirmation in a service or, as the case
may be, a post as may be prescribed.
(2) A civil servant promoted to a post
on regular basis shall be eligible for
confirmation after rendering satisfactory
service for the period prescribed for
confirmation therein.
(3) There shall be no
confirmation against
nay temporary post.
(4) A civil servant who, during the period of hi
s service, was eligible to be confirmed
in any service or against a
ny post retires from service before being confirmed shall
not, merely by reason of such retirement, be
refused confirmation in such service or
post or any benefits accruing there from.
(5) Confirmation of a civil serv
ant in a service or post shall take effect from the date
of occurrence of permanent vacancy in that
service or post or from the date of
continuous officiation, in such serv
ice or post, whichever is later.
8. Seniority.- (1) For proper administration
of a service, cadre,
or post the appointing
authority shall cause a seniority list of the
members for the time being of such service,
cadre or post to be prepared, but nothing here
in contained shall be construed to confer
any vested right to a particular
seniority in such service,
cadre or post as the case may
be.
(2) Subject to the provisions of
sub-section (1), the seniority
of a civil servant shall be
reckoned in relation to other
civil servants belonging to
the same service or cadre
whether serving in the same department
or office or not, as may be prescribed.
(3) Seniority on initial appointment to a serv
ice, cadre or post shall be determined as
may be prescribed.
(4) Seniority in a post, service or cadre to
which a civil servant is promoted shall take
effect from the date of regul
ar appointment to that post.
Provided that civil servants
who are selected for promoti
on to a higher post in one
batch shall, on heir promotion to
the higher post, reta
in their inter se seniority as in the
lower post.
9. Promotion - (1) A civil servant possessing
such minimum qualifications as may be
prescribed shall be eligible for promotion
to a higher post for the time being reserved
under the rules for departmental promotion
in the service or cadre to which he
belongs:
"Provided that
the posts of -
(a) Additional Secretary and Senior Joint
Secretary may, in the public interest, be
filled by promotion from amongst officers
of regularly constituted Occupational
Groups and services holding, on regular basi
s, posts in Basic Pay Scale 20; and
(b) Secretary may, in the pubi
c interest, be filled by promotion from amongst officers
of regularly constituted O
ccupational Groups and services holding, on regular basis,
posts in Basic Pay Scale 21, in such manner
and subject to such conditions as may be
prescribed."
(2) A post referred to in sub-section (1
) may either be a selection post or a
non-selection post to which promotions sh
all be made as may be prescribed-
(a) in the case of a selection post, on the basis of selection on merit; and
(b) in the case of a non-selection post,
on the basis of seniority-cum-fitness.
(3) Promotion to posts in basic pay scales
20 and 21 and equivalent shall be made on
the recommendations of a Selection Board
which shall be headed by the Chairman,
Federal Public Service Commission.
10. Posting and transfer.- Every civil servant
shall be liable to se
rve anywhere within
or outside Pakistan, in any equivalent or
higher post under the Federal Government,
or any Provincial Government,
or local authority, or a co
rporation or body set up or
established by any such Government;
Provided that nothing contained
in this section shall apply to a civil servant recruited
specifically to serve in a
particular area or region:
Provided further that, where a
civil servant is required to serve in a post outside his
service or cadre, his terms and conditions of
service as to his pay shall not be less
favorable than those to which he would ha
ve been entitled if he had not been so
required to serve.
11. Termination of service.-
(1) The service of
a civil servant may be terminated
without notice-
(i) during the initial or exte
nded period of his probation:
Provided that, where such civil servant is
appointed by promotion on probation or, as
the case may be, is transferred from one grad
e, service, or post to another service,
cadre or post, his service shall not be so te
rminated so long as he holds a lien against
his former post in such service, cadre or pos
t, but he shall be reverted to his former
service, cadre or post, as the case may be.
(ii) on the expiry of the initial or
extended period of his employment; or
(iii) if the appointment is
made ad hoc terminable on the appointment of a person on
the recommendation of the selection author
ity, on the appointment of such person.
(2) Where, on the abolition of a post or reduc
tion in the number of posts in a cadre or
service, the services of a ci
vil servant are requi
red to be terminat
ed, the person whose
services are terminated shall ordinarily be
the one who is the most junior in such
cadre or service.
(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-sec
tion (1), but subject
to the provisions of
sub-section (2), the service
of a civil servant in tempor
ary employment or appointed
adhoc shall be liable to termination on four
teen days' notice or pay in lieu thereof.
"11A. Absorption of civil servants re
ndered surplus.- Notwithstanding anything
contained in this Act, the rules, agreemen
t, contract or the terms and conditions of
service a civil servant who is rendered su
rplus as a result of re-organization or
abolition of a Division, depart
ment, office or abolition of a post in pursuance of any
Government decision may be appointed to a
post, carrying basic pa
y scale equal to the
post held by him before such appointment
, if he possesses the qualifications and
fulfils other conditions a
pplicable to that post:
Provided that where no equivalent post is av
ailable he may be offered a lower post in
such manner, and subject to such conditions
, as may be prescribed and; where such
civil servant is appointed to a lower post
the pay being drawn by him in the higher
post immediately preceding his appointment to
a lower post shall remain protected.".
12. Reversion to a lower post,
etc.- (1) A civil servant a
ppointed to a higher post on
adhoc, temporary or officiating basis shall be
liable to reversion to his lower post.
(2) No civil servant shall be dismissed or
removed from service or reduced in rank by
an authority subordinate to th
at by which he was appointed.
(3) No such civil servant as aforesaid shall
be dismissed or removed form service, or
reduced in rank, until he has been given
a reasonable opportunity of showing cause
against the action proposed to
be taken against him:
Provided that this sub-se
ction shall not apply:-
(i) where a civil servant is dismissed or removed from service or reduced in rank on
the ground of conduct which has led to hi
s conviction on a criminal charge; or
(ii) where the President or any person aut
horized by him under th
e rules is satisfied,
for reasons to be recorded in writing, that in
the interest of the security of Pakistan or
any part thereof, it is not expe
dient to give to that civil
servant such an opportunity."
12A Certain persons to be liable to remova
l, etc.- Notwithstanding anything contained
in this Act or in the term
s and conditions of a civil se
rvant appointed or promoted
during the period form the first day of
January, 1972, to the fifth day of July, 1977,
the President or a pers
on authorized by him in
this behalf may,-
(a) without notice, remove such
a civil servant from service or revert him to his lower
post or grade, as the case may be, on such da
te as the President or, as the case may be,
the person so authorized may, in
the public interest, direct; or
(b) in a case where the appointment or prom
otion of such a civ
il servant is found by
the President or, as the case may be, th
e person so authorized to suffer from a
deficiency in the minimum length of servic
e prescribed for promotion or appointment
to the higher grade, direct, without notice, th
at seniority in such
case shall count from
the date the civil servant completes th
e minimum length of service in such
appointment or promotion as the case may be.
"13. Retirement from service.
- (1) A civil servant shal
l retire from service-
(i) on such date after he has completed tw
enty years of service qualifying for pension
or other retirement benefits
as the competent authority ma
y, in public interest, direct;
or
(ii) where no direction is gi
ven under clause (i), on the comp
letion of the sixtieth year
of his age.
(2) No direction under clause (i) of sub-
section (1) shall be made until the civil
servant has been informed in writing of
the grounds on which it is proposed to make
the direction, and has been given a reasona
ble opportunity of showing cause against
the said direction.
Explanation: In this Section, "competent
authority" means the appointing authority
prescribed in rule 6 of the Civil Servan
ts (Appointment, Prom
otion and Transfer)
Rules, 1973.
14. Employment after retirement.-(1) A retired
civil servant shall not be re-employed
under the Federal Government, unless such re
-employment is necessary in the public
interest and is made with th
e Prior approval of the author
ity next above the appointing
authority:
Provided that, where the appoi
nting authority is the Pres
ident, such re-employment
may be ordered with the a
pproval of the President.
(2) Subject to the provisions of sub-sec
tion (1) of section 3 of the Ex-Government
Servants (Employment with Foreign Govern
ments) (Prohibition) Act, 1966 (XII of
1966), a civil servant may during leave preparat
ory to retirement, or after retirement
from Government service, seek any private employment:
Provided that, where employment is s
ought by a civil servant while on leave
preparatory to retirement or w
ithin two years of the date
of his retirement, he shall
obtain the prior approval of
the prescribed authority.
15. Conduct.- The conduct of a civil servan
t shall be regulated by rules made, or
instructions issued, by Government or a pres
cribed authority, whether generally or in
respect of a specified group or
class of ci
vil servants.
16. Efficiency and discipline.-
A civil servant shall be liabl
e to prescribed disciplinary
action and penalties in accordance
with the prescribed procedure.
17. Pay.- A civil servant appointed to a pos
t or grade shall be
entitled, in accordance
with the rules, to the pay sanc
tioned for such post or grade:
Provided that, when the appointment is made
on a current-charge basis or by way of
additional charge, his pay shall be fixed in the prescribed manner:
Provided further that where a civil servant has,
under an order which is later set aside,
been dismissed or removed from service or
reduced n rank, he shall, on the setting
aside of such order, be entitled to such
arrears of pay as the authority setting aside
such order may determine.
18. Leave.- A civil servant shall be allowed
leave in accordance with the leave rules
applicable to him, provided that the grant
of leave will depend on the exigencies of
service and be at the discreti
on of the competent authority.
19. Pension and gratuity.- (1) On retirement
form service, a civil servant shall be
entitled to receive such pension or
gratuity as may be prescribed.
(2) In the event of death of
the civil servant, whether before or after retirement, his
family shall be entitled to
receive such pension, or gr
atuity, or both, as may be
prescribed.
(3) No pension shall be admissible to a ci
vil servant who is dismissed or removed
from service for reasons of discipline,
but Government may sanction compassionate
allowance to such a civil servant, not exceed
ing two-thirds of the pension or gratuity
which would have been admissible to him ha
d he been invalided from service on the
date of such dismissal or removal.
(4) If the determination of the amount of
pension or gratuity
admissible to a civil
servant is delayed beyond one month of the da
te of his retirement or death, he or his
family, as the case may be, shall be paid
provisional such antic
ipatory pension or
gratuity as may be determined by the prescr
ibed authority, accord
ing to the length of
service of the civil servant which qua
lifies for pension or
gratuity; and any
overpayment consequent on such provisiona
l payment shall be adjusted against the
amount of pension or gratuity finally determ
ined as payable to such civil servant or
his family.
20. Provident Fund.- (1) Before the expiry of
the third month of every financial year,
the accounts officer or other officer require
d to maintain provid
ent fund accounts shall
furnish to every civil servant subscribing to a provident fund the account of which he
is required to maintain a statement unde
r his hand showing the subscriptions to
including the interest accrui
ng thereon, if any, and withdraw
als or advances from his
provident fund during the preceding financial year.
(2) Where any subscription made by a civil
servant to his provident fund has not been
shown or credited in the account by the accounts
or other officer required to maintain
such account, such subscription shall be cr
edited to the account of the civil servant on
the basis of such evidence as may be prescribed.
21. Benevolent Fund and Group Insurance.- All civil servants and their families shall
be entitled to the benefits admissible unde
r the Central Employees Benevolent fund
and group Insurance Act, 1969 (II of 1969)
, and the rules made there under.
22. Right of appeal or representation.-(1) Wh
ere a right to prefer an appeal or apply
for review in respect of any order relating to
the terms and conditions of his service is
provided to a civil servant under any rules
applicable to him, such appeal or
application shall except as may be otherwise pr
escribed be made within thirty days of
the date of such order.
(2) Where no provision for appeal or review
exists under the rules in respect of any
order or class of orders, a ci
vil servant aggrieved by any su
ch order may, within thirty
days of the communication to him of such
order, make a representation against it to
the authority next above the au
thority which made the order:
Provided that no representation shall lie on
matters relating to the determination of
fitness of a person to hold a particular pos
t or to be promoted to a higher post or
grade.
CHAPTER III.- MISCELLANEOUS
23. Saving.- Nothing in his Act or
in any rule shall be cons
trued to limit or abridge the
power of the President to deal with the cas
e of any civil servant in such manner as
may appear to him to be just and equitable:
Provided that, where this Act or any rule is
applicable to the case of a civil servant,
the case shall not be dealt
with in any manner less favourable to him than that
provided by this Act or such rule.
23A. Indemnity.- No suit, prosecution or ot
her legal proceedings
shall lie against a
civil servant for anything done in his offici
al capacity which is in good faith done or
intended to be done under this Act or the rule
s, instructions or directions made or
issued there under.23B. Jurisdiction barred.-
Save as provided under this Act and the
Service Tribunals Act, 1973 (LDD of 1973),
or the rules made there under, no order
made or proceedings taken under this Act,
or the rules made there under by the
President or any officer author
ized by him shall be called
in question in any Court and
no injunction shall be granted by any Cour
t in respect of any decision made, or
proceedings taken in pursuance of any power
conferred by, or under, this Act or the
rules made there under.
24. Removal of difficulties.- If any difficulty
arises in giving effect to any of the
provisions of this Act, the President may ma
ke such order, not inconsistent with the
provisions of this Act, as
may appear to him to be necessary for the purpose of
removing the difficulty:
Provided that no such power shall be exercise
d after the expiry of
one year from the
coming into force of this Act.
CHAPTER IV.-RULES
25. Rules.- (1) The President or any person au
thorized by the Presid
ent in this behalf,
may make such rules as appear to him to
be necessary or expedient for carrying out
the purposes of this Act.
(2) Any rules, orders or instructions in re
spect of any terms and conditions of service
of civil servants duly made or
issued by an authority competent to make them and in
force immediately before the commencement of th
is Act shall, in so far as such rules,
orders or instructions are not inconsistent
with the provisions of this Act, be deemed
to be rules made under this Act.
26. Repeal.- The Civil Servants Ordinance,
1973 (XIV of 1973), is hereby repealed.
Source:
http://www.jamilandjamil.com/publica
tions/pub_labour_laws/act1973.htm
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Test is done - Now what next ?
Kab tak result ayaa ga ? and what is their qualification criteria ?
Is it like NTS (50% walaa pass hota ha) or just top ten will be called?

Can any body may tell us what be the whole procedure?

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