BRIEF SIMPLIFIED PUNJAB GOVERNMENT SERVANTS (CONDUCT) RULES, 1966
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BRIEF SIMPLIFIED PUNJAB GOVERNMENT SERVANTS (CONDUCT) RULES, 1966

Punjab Public Service Commission has advertised the posts of Assistant BS-16 for appointment in the Lahore High court, Lahore and prescribed four papers syllabus as written test; including a paper of Service Rules. The paper is new of its type for the post of Assistant BS-16. It includes the Punjab Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1966. Here we discuss the Punjab Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1966 with an effort to simplify what these rules are. Punjab Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1966 were promulgated on 01.09.1966 and are applicable on all the Government Servants serving in the province of Punjab. It has total 32 Rules describing the conduct of a Civil Servant and his limitations, way of living, behavior, conduct and other allied substances. The main purpose of these rules is to give guidelines to a civil servant regarding his / her conduct as an employee. Rule 1 to 4 describe the name of these rules, extent of promulgation, definitions etc. Rule-5 gives the manner about the acceptance of gifts by a civil servants and bars acceptance of gifts by him/ her without prior / previous approval of Government. Gifts, if accepted then should be deposited with the government. Rule-6 is about acceptance of foreign award which can only be taken with the prior / previous approval of Government. Rule-7 bars a civil servant from public demonstration. Rule-8 allows the Medical Officers to accept the gifts in connection with the service subject to conditions of  their service. Rule-9 bars involvement of a civil servant in subscription of..

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STENOGRAPHY, CAREER AS STENOGRAPHER, CAREER PROPECTS
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STENOGRAPHY, CAREER AS STENOGRAPHER, CAREER PROPECTS

Stenography is derived from two Greek words "Stenos" meaning narrow and "Graphie" meaning writing. The method of writing a language in short form to record the said sentences accurately is called shorthand and it is the basic part of Stenography. Symbols and abbreviations for words and common phrases are used to quickly grasp the words as spoken by someone. A person who is recording these symbols and abbreviations is called stenographer. Stenographer uses stenographic pencil or pen to write on note book / plain paper and then he types them on typing machine or computer. In past, Greek courts used to have employees who used the technique to record the statements and orders. Main purpose of the technique is to capture and transform the oral dictation or discourse for compact, meaningful, comprehensive and to the point expression. The post of Stenographers are key part of any organization; government or private for disposal of official correspondence and maintaining of record. Sir Isacc Pitman is considered the founder of the modern shorthand system which is adopted and applied in fifteen languages. In late 19th century, Japanese translated and adopted the Pitman's System. Pitman system was replaced by American Graham System but it is still widely used. The profession is suitable for both male and female who can adopt it for a very good career with proper attention and hard work. Numbers of opportunities keep on coming for the stenographer round the world as well as Pakistan. In Pakistan, hundreds of posts of Stenographers are advertised in government..

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JOBS OF STENOGRAPHER BS-17 IN LAHORE HIGH COURT LAHORE
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JOBS OF STENOGRAPHER BS-17 IN LAHORE HIGH COURT LAHORE

Lahore High Court is the pinnacle of the judiciary at the provincial level. The highest level judicial forum and a very good place to work and build a career for those who want to become its part in the administration and establishment. Punjab Public Service Commission has advertised 21 posts of Stenographer BS-17 for appointment in the Lahore Court, Lahore, on 12.08.2018. It is a very good opportunity for making a good career. The starting salary of newly appointed Stenographer will be about Rs.94000/month; a very good amount to start the career. The prescribed qualification for eligibility against the post of Stenographer BS-17 is Graduation 2nd Division from a recognized University + Shorthand / Typing speed 100/40 w.p.m + Certification Microsoft Office & In-page. The age limit is 18 to 25 for general candidates. The place of posting is Principal Seat at Lahore or Rawalpindi or Multan or, Bahawalpur. All those having the prescribed qualification domiciled in Punjab are eligible to apply. Punjab Public Service Commission will conduct 300 marks written three (03) papers i.e Paper-I (English), Paper-II (Urdu), & Paper-III General Knowledge. Syllabus is available at PPSC website. The written test shall be followed by Dictation for Shorthand and typing test and then 100 marks Psychological Assessment &    Interview/ Viva Voce will be held. PPSC prescribed test fee amounting to Rs.1000 for the examination. The application will be submitted online after depositing the fee. All those who are interested should apply at the earliest and not wait for last date as the website often..

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BRIEF GUIDE ABOUT THE CENTRAL SUPERIOR SERVICE (CSS) EXAMINATION
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BRIEF GUIDE ABOUT THE CENTRAL SUPERIOR SERVICE (CSS) EXAMINATION

With the evolution of the Democracy in United Kingdom, the public service also evolved and the need for formation of departments grew. The departmental growth resulted in provision of manpower to render the services assigned to each department. The long ongoing process resulted in establishment of Bureaucracy and Civil Service. The Sub-Continent remained under British Rule for 90 years (1857 to 1947) and the Government introduced the civil service on the analogy of civil service of United Kingdom. The Indian Civil Service (initially known as Imperial Civil Service) was taken over the administrative control of Sub-Continent in 1858 for implementation of the policies of the Imperial Rule and service of general public. Initially, locals were not allowed to compete against the officer level post; with the passage of time they were also allowed to compete for the Civil Service Examination. Pakistan came into being on 14th August, 1947 and its own civil service was established from the available officers who opted for Pakistan, resulting in formation of Civil Service of Pakistan. It was re-farmed and re-established in 1971 under "Chapter I: Part-XII, Article 240" of the which gave it foundation and constitutional status. The civil bureaucracy closely collaborated with the military establishments of  in issues concerning the national security. Central Superior Service commonly known as CSS is highest level civil service in Pakistan and Federal Public Service Commission is authorized institution by the state to conduct CSS examination in Pakistan for induction of candidates in Civil Service of Pakistan. The examination is conducted for induction of candidates in..

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JOB OF ASSISTANTS BS-16 IN LAHORE HIGH COURT
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JOB OF ASSISTANTS BS-16 IN LAHORE HIGH COURT

Lahore High Court is the pinnacle of the judiciary at the provincial level. The highest level judicial forum and a very good place to work and build a career for those who want to become its part in the administration and establishment. Punjab Public Service Commission has advertised 17 posts of Assistant BS-16 for appointment in the Lahore Court, Lahore, on 12.08.2018. It is a very good opportunity for making a good career. The starting salary of newly appointed Assistant will be about Rs.64000/month; a very good amount to start the career. The prescribed qualification for eligibility against the post of Assistant BS-16 is Graduation 2nd Division from a recognized University + the computer knowledge (MS-Office, In-page and Internet browsing). The age limit is 18 to 25 for general candidates. However upper age limit for High court employees is 35 years. The place of posting is Principal Seat at Lahore or Rawalpindi or Multan or, Bahawalpur. All those having the prescribed qualification domiciled in Punjab are eligible to apply. Punjab Public Service Commission will conduct 400 marks written four (04) papers i.e Paper-I (English), Paper-II (Urdu), Paper-III (Rules) & Paper-IV General Knowledge. Syllabus is available at PPSC website. The written test shall  be followed by 100 marks Psychological Assessment &    Interview/ Viva Voce. PPSC prescribed test fee amounting to Rs.1000 for the examination. The application will be submitted online after depositing the fee. All those who are interested should apply at the earliest and not wait for last date as the website often get jammed..

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