750 plus grade 17,18 posts in Gilgit-Baltistan to be filled through FPSC

Gilgit: The Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly on Monday passed a resolution amending the GB Public Service Commission Act, paving way for hiring of more than 750 grade 17 and 18 officers through the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).

Under the 2009 President Order, GB has to establish its own Provincial Public Service Commission for hiring government employees, but despite of enactment of law the commission has not been established.

Chief Minister Hafeezur Rehman said that hiring through FPSC would be transparent and there would not be any chance for malpractice. The bill was presented by Law Minister Advocate Aurangzeb, and adopted by the house unanimously. Deputy Speaker Jafarullah Khan chaired the third fourth sitting of the assembly’s 7th session.



More than 700 officers to be hired through FPSCGilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly passes GB Public Services Commission Act (Amendment). More than 750 posts of BPS 17 and 18 officers to be hired through Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).

Posted by PAMIR TIMES on Monday, 29 February 2016

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  1. FPSC have no representation from G.B, There are few examples where FPSC has deprived the potential candidates technically.Why not to establish GB psc?

  2. See the past few months Adds of FPSC, its hiring sindh Ruler candidates, who are good for nothing.

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