In this article, we’ll cover the following topics: –
- Brief Introduction of PPSC
- PPSC Exams Schedule For the Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT
- Age Limit for Candidates of PPSC Exams
- Criteria to Appear in PPSC Test for the Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT
- How to Apply for PPSC Exams?
- Syllabus for PPSC Exams
Brief Intro about PPSC
PPSC (Punjab Public Service Commission) is a recruiting agency aiming to select and recommend the most suitable candidates through a transparent, fair, and merit-based selection and recruitment process; to promote professionalism, excellence, and competence in the Punjab Public Services.
The objective of PPSC is to establish a responsive, excellent, professional, and efficient Public Service to meet the 21st Century challenges. It implements, and ensures the transparent and merit-based selection process, providing equal and fair opportunities to all candidates, without any kind of fear or favor.
Punjab Public Service Commission is responsible to conduct a complete recruiting process i.e. written tests and interviews, in the different districts of Punjab. The administration of PPSC is also advised to provide its suggestions and recommendations to the Punjab Government on Punjab Public Services.
The regional offices of PPSC were established in 6 districts of Punjab to provide its services i.e. Rawalpindi, Multan, D.G. Khan, Faisalabad, Sargodha, and Bahawalpur.
PPSC Exams Schedule For the Post of JUNIOR CLERK
There is no exact Schedule for the PPSC exam. It depends upon the situation of vacant posts in different districts of Punjab. If we observe the history of the schedule f past papers of the PPSC Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT, then we are in a position to say that PPSC exams are mostly held in the months of September and October.
The schedule of FPSC, CSS, BSPC, SPSC, and KPPSC is totally different as compared to other testing services like NTS, OTS, and PTS, etc. PPSC tests are conducted to full the authoritative and decision-making posts in the entire province; therefore PPSC conducts the objective as well as subjective tests.
PPSC Candidates Age Limit Post of JUNIOR CLERK
The age limit set of PPSC exams for the Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT is between 18 to 25 years. You can participate in PPSC exams if you are 18 or above 21 and below 25. However, the concession on age to the already government-serving employees is granted according to age relaxation rules.
If you are already a government employee in any federal or provincial department, then your age limit is 35 years. Moreover, 10 years age relaxation rules are also applicable for disable persons as given in Punjab Civil Servants Recruitment (Relaxation f Upper Age Limit Rules, 1976).
Who Can Apply for Post of JUNIOR CLERK/Required Qualification for PPSC?
Only those candidates can apply and appear in PPSC exams for the Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT having a graduation degree with 2nd division from any HEC (Higher Education Commission) recognized university.
How to Apply for PPSC?
PPSC exams are conducted every year by PPSC (Punjab Public Service Commission) to fill the authoritative posts (Vacant posts in BPS-16 or above) in different districts of Punjab. The advertisements are published in major newspapers by PPSC i.e. Jang, Express, Nawa e Waqt, etc.
After the publication of the advertisement, you can apply for PPSC exams through the online system. No one is allowed to send their application via postal or by hand. All candidates can submit their application forms online. The application form along with a complete guideline for online submission of applications is available on the official website of PPSC.
Before submissions of application forms, you have to submit the required fee (which will be given in advertisement and form will be available on the PPSC website) in any branch of State Bank and National Bank of Pakistan.
PPSC Exams Syllabus for the Post of JUNIOR CLERK
All the candidates appearing in the PPSC exams for the Post of JUNIOR CLERK IN PUNJAB POLICE DEPARTMENT are required to appear in the following compulsory subjects. The subjects along with total marks are given as following.
English Essays 100
English (Comprehension, Translation, and Precise) 100
Urdu (Essay, Comprehension, Translation, and Precise) 100
Islamic Studies (for Muslims), Ethics (For Non-Muslims) 100
Pakistan Studies 100
General Knowledge (Objective) 100
These 6 subjects are compulsory and every candidate appearing in PPSC exams will appear in the exams of these subjects. Computer Science is preferred in the case of Data Entry operators and computer-related posts.
To appear in Viva Voice marks, it is essential to obtain 50% marks in written tests (600 marks). If you succeed to get 600 marks then you will be able to sit in the viva voice test.