Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC)
The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) is a constitutional body in Pakistan responsible for recruiting and selecting individuals for various federal government departments and ministries. Its main objective is to ensure transparency, fairness, and merit in the recruitment and promotion processes within the federal civil service.
It conducts competitive examinations and interviews to assess the suitability of candidates for different positions in the federal government.
The commission’s functions include:
- Conducting competitive examinations for recruitment to the civil service of Pakistan.
- Holding interviews to assess the eligibility and suitability of candidates.
- Advising the government on matters related to civil service, including appointment, promotion, and disciplinary cases.
- Conducting inquiries and investigations into any matter related to the recruitment process.
- Devise and implement policies and procedures to ensure transparency and merit in the selection process.
The FPSC is an autonomous and independent body, working under the administrative control of the government. It consists of a chairman and several members appointed by the President of Pakistan. The chairman and members of the commission are selected based on their expertise and experience in public administration, law, and other relevant fields.
Candidates interested in applying for positions in the federal government can visit the official website of the Federal Public Service Commission (www.fpsc.gov.pk) for detailed information about the available vacancies, eligibility criteria, and application procedures.