Lok Sewa Aayog Bagmati Province has announced a vacancy for the 5th Level Technical and Non-Technical Positions in the Administration and Information Publication Branch. Hetauda, Lok Sewa Aayog Bagmati Province published the notification.
Notice Date: January 5, 2023
the declaration of a fair, open hiring procedure for non-technical and technical posts at the fifth Level. Public posts have been made by some Bagmati municipal and provincial service entities. The Commission’s website, https://spsc.bagamati.gov.np, provides comprehensive information regarding the advertisement. For double payments, the application deadlines are 01 Magh 2079 and 08 Magh 2079, respectively. On 11 Poush 2079, the application was published.
Lok Sewa Aayog Bagmati Province
Each province in Nepal must establish a Provincial Public Service Commission, according to Article 244 of the constitution. As a result, the State Public Service Commission, Bagmati Province, has been established following the adoption of the State Public Service Commission Act, 2076, with the chairman’s nomination on November 2, 2076, and two members on January 6, 2076. The public administration is enabled, strengthened, and strengthened by maintaining accuracy and fairness in the selection of qualified candidates for the positions of state civil service, state another government service, local government service, state police service, state investigation bureau, state-organized organization service, and state-level organized organization service.
The Commission is primarily in charge of fostering a service-oriented culture. Since its foundation, the Lok Sewa Aayog Bagmati Province has maintained a respectable and pristine reputation by appointing personnel by the standards of fairness, merit, and cleanliness.
Accordingly, at the provincial and local levels, the Provincial Public Service Commission will establish the curriculum and administer the exam for the selection of the necessary workforce, choose qualified candidates, and recommend them for permanent appointment in the provincial civil service and other services, among the three levels of government in operation for the first time as stipulated by the Constitution of Nepal, luring competent individuals, offering advice on civil servants’ working conditions, monitoring and policing the observance of Nepal’s constitution and relevant legislation in the management of human resources, etc.
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