Punjab Public Service Commission has announced vacancies in Department of Literacy and Non-Formal Basic Education and Department of Special Education, Government of Punjab. The Department of Literacy and Non-Formal Basic Education provides employment opportunities to the local people of Punjab. Both sexes can be employed on equal quota basis. Punjab Education Department is recruiting non-teaching staff. Punjab Government has advertised for the posts of Examiners, Monitors, Literacy Mobilizers and District Trainers. Special Education Department is staffed by Deputy Director (ADMAN) / Deputy Director (DEV) / District Education Officer.
Academic degree like B.S., M.A., B.A., B.Sc., B.Ed, M.Ed. He also holds a master’s degree. Transgenders are also eligible. Selected employees are expected to perform their duties anywhere in Punjab province. The PPSC also announced several initiatives for minorities and persons with disabilities. Educational degree recognized by HEC will be considered for this position. Details of recruitment and testing procedure are published in PPSC Advertisement no. 31. If you think you are eligible, please visit PPSC website and download the PDF advertisement and apply online by filling the online form at PPSC website https:/. /www.ppsc.gop.pk/
PPSC will accept online applications till January 2.
PPSC Latest Jobs 2022-23
Published on: 18th December 2022
Location: Punjab Education: Bachelor, Master
Last Date: January 02, 2023
Number of Positions: 283
Department: Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC)
Address: Literacy and Non-Formal Basic Education Department Punjab, Lahore
1. Literacy Mobilizers
2. District Education Officers
5. District Trainers
The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) is a government agency responsible for procurement and management of public and administrative services in the province of Punjab, Pakistan. Established in April 1937, the Punjab Public Service Commission is the oldest provincial public service commission in Pakistan. Established under the Punjab Public Service Commission Rules, 1978, it functions under the Punjab Public Service Commission Rules, 1978 and the Punjab Public Service Commission (Functions) Rules, 1979 respectively.
The Punjab Public Service Commission, the government agency responsible for the procurement and management of civil and administrative services in the province, has decided to undergo a complete departmental reshuffle.
This initiative involves the publication of various examination papers advertised by the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) for the recruitment of officers and employees of government departments. Sources said that the objective of systematic restructuring is to improve the image of PPSC in the province and conduct the relevant examinations in fair and impartial conditions.
To achieve this objective it has now been decided to conduct the interviews through the online system of the nearest centre, deployment of network jammers at the examination centers and formation of a separate examination committee. “This will avoid exam paper leaks in future,” said the source.
According to information obtained by The Express Tribune, the new divisional headquarters of PPSC will have two more regional offices in Gujranwala and Sahiwal. This is so that the candidates belonging to the cities of these wards can appear for the examination in the regional office.
Earlier it had regional offices in Sargodha for Multan, Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, DG Khan and Rawalpindi. A centralized command and control system is currently being introduced in the Punjab Public Service Commission. All surveys are then monitored under one roof and the online maintenance system is regularly checked.
The Higher Education Department (HED) is responsible for providing education, learning and related services to students as well as teaching/teaching staff and non-teaching staff serving in public and private institutions in the province of Punjab. It aims to achieve a highly educated society where all young people in Pakistan have equal access to educational opportunities, regardless of their social, ethnic and cultural background or family status.
HOD is a department of the Ministry with a strong network of field offices to ensure compliance with executive decisions. At present, HED is functioning through a network of field headquarters, namely Punjab Directorate of Public Colleges, 09 Divisional Directorates, 37 District Directorates managing more than 750 colleges in Punjab.
In addition, nine Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) function under the HOD, each located at the departmental headquarters. Besides, there are more than 50 public/private universities and 26 autonomous institutions under HOD.
The vision of the Higher Education Department is to develop an enlightened and prosperous Punjab by strengthening the knowledge-based economy with a focus on equitable and quality education. Achieving the vision that “Punjab has become smarter and more prosperous by strengthening the knowledge-based economy” depends on quality improvement as evidenced by the significant initiatives taken by the department in recent times.
Our mission is to improve the quality of teaching, research and innovation, increase productivity and entrepreneurship, and promote equality, access, social cohesion and responsible citizenship.