The Punjab Public Service Commission has been announced the Competitive exams for the Jobs, for Assistant Food Controller, Senior Special Educator Teacher, Agriculture Officer, Accounts officer and various other posts vacancies are required in various departments Lahore UAE Qcon Jobs for Safety Officer, QC Engineer, Inspector & Supervisor, Rawalpindi Physical Training Instructor Jobs in Sir Syed School & College Rawalpindi and Multan Vice Principal & Admin Officer Jobs in The Educators Multan College.
Punjab Jobs for Medical Officer & Youth Peer Educator Situation in Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Punjab Public Service Commission Lahore UAE Qcon Jobs for Safety Officer, QC Engineer, Inspector & Supervisor will be holding the examinations of that position.
Written examination schedule is available here and you can get all information. Those candidates have to apply for that posts who can get the roll number slip from the website of PPSC Punjab Public Service Commission Jobs Required given below. Please keep visit on this page to get latest updates.
Please read the following instructions carefully along with advertisement of the Commission before submitting your On-line Application.
Applicants residing abroad having Punjab Domicile will also deposit the fee at the Pakistani Embassy in the currency of that country equivalent to the amount of Application/Examination Fee.
2. Age Concession
Concession in upper age limit as admissible under the Punjab Civil Servants Recruitment (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit) Rules, 1976, unless relaxation is specifically denied and indicated as such in the advertisement.
Candidates who are in Govt. or Semi-Govt. Service are required to furnish a Certificate of Departmental Permission to the Commission at the time of interview.
If an applicant claims award of 10 additional marks being a son/ daughter of a deceased/incapacitated civil servant, he/she should submit the following documents:-
(a) Death Certificate of the parent from the Corporation/Municipality concerned.
(b) Certificate showing Name and Designation of the Incapacitated or deceased Government Servant, from the Department where he was employed.
(c) Form ‘B’ of Registration of the family of the Incapacitated or deceased Civil Servant.
(d) Affidavit from the candidate that he/she is un-employed, and that he/she has neither already availed the benefit of additional marks nor shall avail this concession in future.
(e) Affidavit from other brothers and sisters of the candidate declaring solemnly that they surrender their right of grant to additional marks in favour of the candidate and neither they have already availed this benefit nor shall claim the same in future.
(i) Candidates applying for the posts of Medical Officers/Women Medical Officers/Dental Surgeons etc. should submit valid certificate of registration issued by PM&DC showing all medical qualifications.
(ii) Engineers/Agriculture Engineers should submit certificate of registration as Professional Engineer under Pakistan Engineering Council Act, 1976.
(iii) Architects and Town Planners should furnish certificate of Registration under Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners Act, 1976.
(iv) Candidate of Civil Judges-cum-Judicial Magistrate and Deputy District Attorney etc. should submit valid Certificate of Registration with Punjab Bar Council.
A candidate shall be allowed to avail three chances for a particular post unless otherwise prescribed by the Government with the following exceptions:
(i) One more chance may be given to a candidate who has acquired additional qualifications and the gap between third and fourth appearance is not less than one year (Not applicable for Combined Competitive Examination)
(ii) If a candidate possesses two post graduate Degrees and applies for the post of Lecturer in Education Department, he/she shall have three (03) chances in each subject.
(iii) In case, age relaxation has been allowed to a candidate, only one chance shall be given.
For Competitive Examinations, a candidate must obtain 33% marks in written examination in each subject and 50% marks in aggregate to qualify for interview. Qualifying marks in MCQ type written tests will be 40%.
Negative marking will be done and 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer in the MCQ type papers.
(a) No candidate will be allowed to appear in a written examination/test/interview unless he/she possesses original and valid Computerized National Identity Card.
(b) Use of Mobile Phone/possession of arms in the examination centre is strictly prohibited.
(c) Canvassing in any form will disqualify a candidate.
(d) The Commission reserves the right to withdraw recommendation of a selected candidate at any stage, if he/she subsequently is found ineligible for the post.