Lok Sewa Aayog Kathmandu has released a notice regarding Sakha Adhikrit Test Center. Notice of establishment of examination hall for first stage written examination of Branch Officer or equivalent (Non-Technical) post.
Notice Date: March 2, 2023
The notice says, “Lok Sewa Aayog Kathmandu, Central Office Advertisement No. 16696-16702. 2078-79 (open, inclusive), under the joint and integrated examination system of Foreign Affairs, Administration, Audit and Federal Parliament Service, the application for the position of Third Class (Non-Technical), Branch Officer or similar post has been accepted in Kathmandu examination center and has been changed to Kathmandu examination center.”
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The first round of competitive written examination will be conducted in the following examination buildings on the following dates and times to ensure that the candidates comply with the health safety standards set by the Government of Nepal and the standards for examination (operation and management) in exceptional cases of transition approved by the Lok Sewa Aayog Kathmandu, 2077 (with amendments), This notice is published for the information of all concerned.
The candidate will be admitted to examination buildings other than the designated building. In addition, the candidates who require an assistant writer must apply to this office ten days before the date of commencement of the examination under Rule 68 (1) of the Public Service Commission Regulations, 2079, attaching documents with reasons and proofs for requesting an assistant writer.
You should reach the designated examination hall at least 1 (one) hour before the commencement of the examination. As no candidate will be admitted to the examination without the admit card, it is compulsory to bring the admit card and arrive at the examination hall at least 1 hour before the commencement of the test. Along with the admit card for the examination, an identity card including your citizenship or a photograph issued by the Nepal government is mandatory.
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