Lok Sewa Aayog Madhesh Pradesh has announced the Exam Center of Health Officer 7th and 8th level. Lok Sewa Aayog Madhesh Pradesh, Janakpurdham, published the notice regarding the Exam Center of Health Officer 7th and 8th level.

Notice Date: January 12, 2023

Everyone involved in selecting the testing sites for the various groups and subgroups of health services will benefit from having access to this information. Based on the list of seventh and eighth-level officials published on Ashar 31, 2078.

Health Officer 7th and 8th level Exam Center Lok Sewa Aayog Madhesh Pradesh

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Lok Sewa Aayog Madhesh Pradesh, Province Public Service Commission, Designated Notification of Janakpurdham Exam Branch Exam Center. Everyone involved in selecting the testing locations for the various groups and subgroups of health services will benefit from having access to this information. Based on the list of seventh and eighth-level officials published on Ashar 31, 2078.

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The publication date of the notification is 13 Poush 2079.

Lok Sewa Aayog Madhesh Pradesh

According to the constitution of Nepal, a three-level government will be established with the adoption of federalism. The state civil service, state police service, and other state government services will be set to advance public services in a productive, organized, and effective manner. Therefore, an independent agency has handled the hiring and employee selection processes to maintain the merit system by being fair and clean in selecting candidates for the service above roles.

In the current situation, Article 244 of the Constitution of Nepal stipulates the existence of a State Public Service Commission to choose the personnel required by the state and local levels.

The Provincial Public Service Commission is covered by the following clause in Article 244 of the Nepali Constitution:
(a) Each state will have a State Public Service Commission.
(b) The Provincial Public Service Commission’s establishment, operations, responsibilities, and powers must all comply with provincial law.
(c) To fulfil the requirements of subsection (2), the Federal Parliament must pass legislation and establish the principles and standards.

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