CAREER AS STATISTICAL OFFICER AND STATISTICAL ASSISTANT IN AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT (CROP REPORTING SERVICE DIRECTORATE)
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CAREER AS STATISTICAL OFFICER AND STATISTICAL ASSISTANT IN AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT (CROP REPORTING SERVICE DIRECTORATE)

Agriculture is as old as human beings. The basic food facilities are provided by the Agriculture in any society so the need to regularize the agriculture is as old as the human life on earth. Agriculture Department is the most important department in agri based country like Pakistan. It has manifold job responsibilities; one of them is the Crop Reporting and statistics about the crop being generated and cultivated. Punjab Agriculture Department has an attached department known as Directorate of Agriculture Crop Reporting. The Agriculture Estimates play an important and primary role towards the National Economic Program, Stability of Import/Export price policy, National Food Budget, Provision of industrial raw material and other development projects. Therefore, the timely and accurate acreage and production estimation of the cultivated crops in the country is very important. The Crop Reporting Service in the Agriculture Department Punjab, through its field survey work, prepares agriculture estimates for Kharif and Rabi crops every year. In the past, only few crops were targeted. However, other crops have also been included in the program due to their growing importance. The Agriculture Department is intending to include as much crops as possible subject to availability of resources. The Crop Estimates are sent to the Federal Government for final publication, after subsequent approval from the Punjab Agricultural Statistics Coordination Board. The field reports of Agriculture Department, prepared by the field staff appointed in the selected villages, are given due importance for the Crop Estimation Work. Cotton, Sugarcane, Maize, Rice and wheat are of prime importance. However..

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JOB AND CAREER AS DEPUTY ACCOUNTANT BS-14 IN TREASURY OFFICE, FINANCE DEPARTMENT, PUNJAB.
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JOB AND CAREER AS DEPUTY ACCOUNTANT BS-14 IN TREASURY OFFICE, FINANCE DEPARTMENT, PUNJAB.

Finance Department is the most important department of any Organization as well as Government. It is the backbone of Government. Finance Department has different tiers or attached department. Treasury Office is one such attached department of Finance Department. In Punjab, offices of Treasury Officers do functions at each district. It is headed by Chief Inspector Treasuries at Provincial Level. Computer Operator in Treasury Offices is a key post in relation with day to day working of Treasury Office. The main functions of the Treasury are :- Government Accounting & Reporting  a) maintaining the accounting records of government; b) preparation of the annual Financial Statements of the government as required under the Finance and Audit Act; c) ensuring that financial and accounting arrangements in all Ministries/Departments are adequate and effective; d) assisting Ministries/Departments in putting in place or in implementing computerized financial systems. Public Service Benefits e)  processing and payment of retiring allowances in accordance with the Pensions Act, the National Assembly (Retiring Allowances) Act, the President's Emoluments & Pension Act, and other legislation; f) processing and payment of motor vehicle loans and passage benefits to government employees and other eligible persons in accordance with prescribed rules; Cash Flow Management, Receipts & Payments g) preparing cash flow forecasts for the government for the purpose of determining short term borrowing requirements; h) operating as government's main payment centre; executing payments on behalf of Ministries  and Departments and effecting transfers of funds to banks for the purposes of governemnt payments; i) monitoring the processing of monthly government payroll by Ministries and Departments and transferring funds to banks..

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COMPUTER OPERATOR (BS-12) IN TREASURY OFFICE, FINANCE DEPARTMENT, PUNJAB.
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COMPUTER OPERATOR (BS-12) IN TREASURY OFFICE, FINANCE DEPARTMENT, PUNJAB.

Finance Department is the most important department of any Organization as well as Government. It is the backbone of Government. Finance Department has different tiers or attached department. Treasury Office is one such attached department of Finance Department. In Punjab, offices of Treasury Officers do functions at each district. It is headed by Chief Inspector Treasuries at Provincial Level. Computer Operator in Treasury Offices is a key post in relation with day to day working of Treasury Office. The main functions of the Treasury are :- Government Accounting & Reporting  Public Service Benefits Cash Flow Management, Receipts & Payments Depository of Security Motor Vehicle Accidents Claims The Chief Inspector of Treasury, Punjab through Finance Department requisitioned Punjab Public Service Commission to start the process for recommending the 72 candidates against the 72 posts of Computer Operator BS-12 in Treasury Offices. Soon Punjab Public Service Commission is advertising the posts. Brief description of the requirements and process for recruitment against the post of Computer Operator (BS-12) is as under:- COMPUTER OPERATOR (BS-12):- MINIMUM QUALIFICATION:- ICS (2nd Division) or Intermediate (2nd Division) with one year Diploma in Computer Science from a recognized Board. AGE LIMIT:- 18-25 Years plus general age relaxation. Male, Female & Shemale having domicile of Punjab are eligible to apply. PROCEDURE BY PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION:- Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) process for such post as Computer Operator (BS-12) is as :- One Paper 100 Marks. Interview. Usually PPSC conducts one paper comprising of 100 marks to shortlist the candidates, followed by Interview and recommendation. SYLLABUS OF..

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1007 JOBS OF SENIOR AUDITOR BS-16 IN MILITARY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT (2019)
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1007 JOBS OF SENIOR AUDITOR BS-16 IN MILITARY ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT (2019)

Audit of accounts of a department is one of the most important tool for keeping check & balance on financial matters. It is empowered under the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan with the aim to ensure the right use of public money. Pakistan Military Accounts Department is an attached department of Ministry of Defence, Pakistan; mainly responsible for audit of the accounts of Pakistan Army and its sub-divisions. It has offices all over Pakistan in the cantonments and plays very important role in audit of accounts of Military. Civilians are appointed in the Military Accounts Department as Senior Auditor BS-16 and Junior Auditor BS-14 through the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) advertises the posts, conducts the test and interview and then recommends the suitable candidates against the posts of Senior Auditor BS-16 and Junior Auditor BS-14. Pakistan Military Accounts Department (PMAD) is an attached Department of Ministry of Defence mainly responsible for making payments to the Armed Forces, maintaining accounts thereof and rendering financial advice to defence authorities. It also has a well established internal audit mechanism in the form of Local Audit offices functioning under the Controller of Local Audit (Defence Services). Military Accounts Department deals with payments, accounting and internal audit in respect of three Defence Forces, Defence Production Division and Inter Services Organizations Establishment. Military Accounts Department through Ministry of Defence, Pakistan has requested Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) to process the case for recruitment against the one thousand & seven (1007) posts of Senior Auditor..

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HEC-LAT TEST  Pakistan
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HEC-LAT TEST Pakistan

HEC-LAT TEST:- HEC-LAT TEST; a necessary test for those candidates who want to become Law Graduate and pursing career in the field of Law. It is based on the terms of Graduate Record Examination GRE or General Aptitude Test GAT conducted for admissions in Graduate / Master Degree in the Universities / Colleges of Pakistan. It has been prescribed by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) on the judgment of August Supreme Court of Pakistan. It may be termed as HEC-LAT TEST. Literally Legum Baccalaureus generally known as LLB is the degree awarded to a person who graduates in Law. The degree of LLB is a base to pursue a career as a Lawyer, Consultant, Attorney, Judge etc. HISTORY:- With the evolution in educational practices, the professionals have developed tests for specialized fields for assessing the aptitude of students. These tests are designed for the level of degree for which the students are seeking admissions. The most famous of these tests is Graduate Record Examination Test known as GRE general conducted initially in USA and now followed in almost all over the world. Similarly, the Universities in USA started test for Law schools known as Law School Admission Test. The test has been in practice since 1945 and considered one good source to assess the aptitude of students towards Law. It comprises of six sections each of 35 duration making it 3 hours and 30 minutes test. The Law Admission Test (LAT) is in practice in India for years. The same was felt necessary in Pakistan for students seeking..

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CAREER PROSPECTS OF LLB DEGREE AND LAWYER IN PAKISTAN
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CAREER PROSPECTS OF LLB DEGREE AND LAWYER IN PAKISTAN

Pursuance of a career or field of specialization is most important aspect of professional life. It should be based upon some very important calculations such as interest, keenness, mindset and available opportunity to blossom and prosper in certain field.  Earning is directly related with the profession or career so it should be selected with clear mindset after going through the details. Field of law is one field which has many variations good career growth and multiple chances to pursue the career. Many students have urge to become Lawyer as the field has many sub-fields which give rise to career prospects. To become a lawyer and opting for field of Law, it is necessary to have proper knowledge about the method and procedure to become Lawyer. The degree of LLB (Legum Baccalaureus) is essential to proceed further as Lawyer and Law based posts and career.  Two types of LLB; LLB after B.A and B.A-LLB after Intermediate has been offered by the Universities in Pakistan. LLB (Three Years) & B.A-LLB (Five Years). Higher Education Commission (HEC) in pursuance of directions of Honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan has increased the duration of the LLB degree from 03 years to 05 years. From now on the admission shall be granted in 05 years LLB degree. The essential steps for becoming Lawyer and pursuing a career in field of Law are:- ADMISSION IN LLB:- HEC has announced that the admission in LLB 05 years is subject to successful passing of Law Admission Test (LAT) prescribed for admission seeking students. Admission in..

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JOBS; INSPECTOR CUSTOMS / INTELLIGENCE OFFICER, APPRAISING OFFICER & EVALUATION OFFICER BS-16
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JOBS; INSPECTOR CUSTOMS / INTELLIGENCE OFFICER, APPRAISING OFFICER & EVALUATION OFFICER BS-16

FBR is a semi-autonomous federal agency of Pakistan that is responsible for enforcing fiscal laws and collecting revenue for the government of Pakistan. FBR has the responsibility for (i) formulation and administration of fiscal policies, (ii) levy and collection of federal duties, taxes and other levies, and (iii) quasi-judicial function of deciding taxation cases and appeals. FBR is perhaps the largest federal department in Pakistan. FBR primarily operates through its main collection arms comprising Regional Tax Offices (RTOs) and Large Taxpayer Units (LTUs) across the country. FBR has two major wings: the Inland Revenue & Customs. The Inland Revenue Service (formerly known as Income Tax Department) administers domestic taxation including Sales Tax, Income Tax and Federal Excise Duties and is the main component of FBR. The Pakistan Customs Service administers import duties and other taxes collected at import stage, as well regulates international trade with regard to prohibitions & restrictions imposed by the government. For the purpose of collection of revenue and pursuing tax evaders, FBR's powers & functions also include but are not limited to: carrying out inquiries and audits/investigations into the tax affairs, commanding arrests, attachment as well as public auction of movable and immovable assets of a non-compliant. INSPECTOR CUSTOMS/ INTELLIGENCE OFFICER (BS-16), PERMANENT, REVENUE DIVISION, FEDERAL BOARD OF REVENUE. QUALIFICATION/ PHYSICAL STANDARD OF FITNESS: Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university with Economics, Commerce, Statistics, Accounting, Computer Science, Law, Pharmacy, Chemistry or Physics as one of the subjects or B.Sc Engineering in any specialty. MINIMUM HEIGHT: (a) FOR..

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PATROLLING OFFICER BS-14 NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAYS POLICE (NH&MP), PAKISTAN
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PATROLLING OFFICER BS-14 NATIONAL HIGHWAYS & MOTORWAYS POLICE (NH&MP), PAKISTAN

Since, the construction of Motorways in Pakistan, Motorway Police has been looking after the traffic and regulating the movement of commuters on it. It is considered to be the most efficient & disciplined Police Force of the country. Government of the Pakistan has made all efforts to give staff of Motorways Police the best available resources and incentives so that the same remains on the prescribed standards. Federal Public Service Commission, FPSC has advertised different cadre posts of Motorways Police from time to time.  FPSC has advertised 234 posts of Patrolling Officer BS-14 with the following requirements:- QUALIFICATIONS:- Second Class or Grade‘C’ Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized University. MINIMUM HEIGHT: (a) FOR MALE: 5′-8″ (b) FOR FEMALE: 5′-4″ (For candidates of Balochistan height is relaxable by 2″ for male and by 1″ for female). MINIMUM CHEST MEASUREMENT: 33″-35″ (Relaxable by 1″). Car and Motorcycle driving proficiency required. AGE LIMIT: 18-25 years plus five (5) years general relaxation in upper age limit (No further age relaxation beyond 30 years is admissible for any category including Government Servants). NUMBER OF VACANCIES=TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY FOUR (234). DOMICILE/ QUOTA: Merit=Eight, Punjab= Fifty eight (Open merit=Forty nine, Women quota=Six and Minorities/Non-Muslims quota=Three), Sindh(Rural)=Thirteen (Open merit=Eleven, Women quota=One and Minorities/Non-Muslims quota=One), Sindh (Urban)= Nine (Open merit=Eight and Women quota= One), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa=Fourteen (Open merit=Twelve and Women quota=Two), Balochistan=One hundred and twenty six (Open merit=One hundred and six, Women quota=Thirteen and Minorities/ Non-Muslims quota= Seven), GBFATA=Four (Open merit=Three and Women quota=One) and AJK=Two. (Both male and female candidates are eligible). The..

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CAREER AS ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER IN PAKISTAN
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CAREER AS ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER IN PAKISTAN

From the colonial era, the post of Assistant Commissioner is known to general public; particularly in rural area, as a very powerful post. It was, and still is, the impression that most powerful of the Governmental post is the post of Assistant Commissioner. It was the main tier of British Government and still has the pivotal role in District management set up in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and other sub-continental country. It used to have dual role; one as Revenue Collector (Land & Water etc.), second as magisterial powers as sub-divisional magistrate to keep the check on Law & Order and supervision of cases under his / her jurisdiction. Overall, Assistant Commissioner used to have responsibility for maintenance of peace, harmony, rule of law, situation of Law & Order under check, price controlling, wheat procurement, disaster management, overall monitoring of Educational Institutes, Hospitals & Health Units, development work in his/ her Tehsil, liaison with the Law enforcing agencies and other departments. It is a broader understanding that all the powers vested in Commissioner at Division level are entrusted upon Assistant Commissioner at Tehsil Level. Assistant Commissioner reports to Deputy Commissioner and Commissioner on official business. In Pakistan, the same procedure was adopted after 1947 and Assistant Commissioner has been doing the more or less the same job at Tehsil Level. The post of Assistant Commissioner in Pakistan is filled from two service cadres i.e Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS) and Provincial Management Service (PMS) previously known as PCS. PAS is a federal level service whereas PMS is..

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CAREER AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR INTELLIGENCE BUREAU (IB) BS-17 IN INTELLIGENCE BUREAU-IB
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CAREER AS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR INTELLIGENCE BUREAU (IB) BS-17 IN INTELLIGENCE BUREAU-IB

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) is the oldest civil intelligence institute of Islamic Republic of Pakistan which was created in 1947 soon after the partition of British Hindustan; it was established by British Ruler of Sub-Continent in 1885 at Shimla. Its main purpose was to monitor the movement of Russian Troops in Afghanistan and possible invasion of Sub-Continent by Russia. After the partition of Sub-Continent in 1947, Intelligence Bureau (IB) was established in Karachi as civilian intelligence institute and its main functions were responsibility for strategic and foreign intelligences, as well as counter-espionage and domestic affairs. In 1948, ISI was established by the Government and IB was assigned the local and domestic intelligence assignments. IB is headed by Director General who is appointed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan after approval of the President of Pakistan. Key posts in the IB are as under:- Director General (IB). Director (IB). Deputy Director (IB). Assistant Director (IB). The entry level post for civilian is the post of Assistant Director (IB) BS-17 against which recruitment is made by the Ministry of Defence usually through the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).  Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) advertises the posts as and when requisitioned by the Ministry of Defence. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:- Masters Degree (2nd Division) from a recognized University with age limit 21-30 plus general age relaxation by the Government of the Pakistan. Sometimes, special qualification such as Masters in Arabic, Pashto or any other language is also required depending upon the requirement of assignments. SELECTION PROCESS:- Federal Public Service Commission..

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