Staff service regulations 1987 National council for tibb Islamabad

Government of Pakistan

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TIBB

Building No.715,Street No.22,  I-8/2,

 ISLAMABAD

Tel:  051-9240074 - 051-9240075

 

 

 

SERVICE  REGULATIONS

S.R.O. 73 (1) / 2003 – In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 47 of the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965, (II of 1965), read with Section 16 thereof, the National Council for Tibb, with the previous approval of the Federal Government, is pleased to make the following amendments in the National Council for Tibb (Staff) Service Regulations, 1987,   namely: -

 

  1. SHORT TITLE AND APPLICATION: -

 

  • These Regulations may be called the National Council for Tibb (Staff) Service Regulation, 1987.

 

  • These Regulations shall apply to the staff members of the Council but shall not apply to a person who is employed on contract basis.

 

  1. DEFINITIONS: -

 

In these Regulations unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context: -

 

  • “Act” means the Unani, Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Practitioners Act, 1965 (II of 1965).

 

  • “Authorized Officer” means:-

 

  1. In the case of staff members in BPS-17, the President;

 

  1. In the case of staff members in BPS- 5 to 16, the Secretary; and

 

  • In the case of Staff members in BPS- 1 to 4, the Superintendent;

 

(c)            “Authority” means: -

 

(i)            in the case of staff members in BPS-17, the Council;

 

  • in the case of staff members in BPS 5 to 16, the President; and

 

  • in the case of staff members in BPS 1 to 4, the Secretary;

 

(d)           “Initial appointment” means an appointment made otherwise than by promotion or transfer.

 

  • “Schedule” means the Schedule to these Regulations: and

 

  • “ Selection committee” means the Selection committee constituted by the Council from among its members for the purpose of selection and appointment of staff in accordance with the Establishment Division and O.M.No.6/4/96-R.3, dated the 10th May, 1997, as amended from time to time, shall be substituted;

 

  1. STAFF MEMBER TO BE WHOLE TIME EMPLOYEE:-

 

Any person appointed to a post in the Council shall be deemed to be a whole time employee and may be employed in any manner as may be required by the Council.

 

3-A          ANNUAL CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS:-

 

The Council shall maintain the annual confidential report of their employees in accordance with the instructions at serial No.2.33 of the booklet. “A Guide to performance Evaluation of ACRs” and in case of Registrar of the Council, his annual confidential report shall be forwarded to the Ministry of Health for countersignature by the next senior officer in the Ministry dealing with the Council” .

 

 

 

 

  1. APPOINTING AUTHORITY:-

 

Subject to the provisions of Section 16 of the Act and these Regulations, all appointments shall be made by the Council.

 

  1. METHODS OF APPOINTMENT: -

 

  • Appointments to posts shall be made by any of the following methods, namely:-

 

  • by initial appointment in accordance with Regulation 6;

 

  • by promotion in accordance with Regulation 7; and

 

  • by transfer in accordance with Regulation 8.

 

  • The method of appointment and the qualifications and other conditions applicable to a post shall be as specified in the Schedule.

 

  • Short-term vacancies may be filled in by initial appointment for a maximum period of three months in the first instance.

 

  1. INITIAL APPOINTMENT:-

 

  • Initial appointment shall be made on the recommendations of the Selection Committee on the basis of merit, and provincial and regional quotas as prescribed by the Federal Government.

 

  • All persons who fulfill the required qualifications and conditions prescribed for a post under these Regulations shall be eligible to apply for the post to the Council and the persons who are already employed in a Government or a body established or controlled by Government shall apply through proper channel.

 

  • The applications shall be scrutinized by the Selection Committee or any of its members authorized by it in that behalf and those found suitable may be called to appear before the Selection Committee for test.

 

EXPLANATION: The test may be a written test or viva voce or both.

 

  1. APPOINTMENT BY  PROMOTION:-

 

Promotion shall be made on seniority–cum fitness basis, on the recommendations of the Selection Committee, from among the persons holding the posts on a regular basis and possessing the Qualifications and experience as specified in the Schedule.

 

  1. APPOINTMENT  BY  TRANSFER:-

 

  • Appointment by transfer shall be made from among persons holding equivalent post on regular basis in Government or local authority or a corporation or body set up or established by the Government.

 

  • Appointment by transfer shall be made on the recommendations of the Selection Committee.

 

  1. SPECIAL AND  TECHNICAL  APPOINTMENT:-

 

Notwithstanding anything contained in these Regulations, the Council shall fill the following vacancies on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Council with the approval of the Federal Government:-

  • Technical appointments requiring high skill and knowledge of Unani and Ayurvedic System of Medicine and treatment thereunder.

(ii)           Special appointments created in the interest of Unani and Ayurvedic System of Medicine or the science.

 

  1. METHOD OF  APPOINTMENT  OF  REGISTRAR:-

 

The post of the Registrar shall be filled in by initial appointment:

 

Provided that if no candidate is found suitable for such appointment, the post may be filled in by promotion or on deputation or by transfer”. ; and

 

  1. ELIGIBILITY FOR APPOINTMENT:-
  • A candidate for appointment must be a citizen of Pakistan or Azad Kashmir.

 

  • A candidate who has married with a person who is not a citizen of Pakistan or Azad Kashmir shall not be eligible for appointment to any post;

Provided that this condition shall not apply in the case of a person who marries or has married an Indian National after obtaining permission of the Federal Government.

  • A candidate must be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the discharge of his duties. A candidate who after medical examination by an authorized medical attendant is found not to satisfy these requirements shall not be appointed.
  • A candidate must possess the educational qualifications and experience, and in case the vacancy is filled in through initial recruitment must be within the age limits prescribed for the post in the schedule.

 

Provided that,

 

(i)            the maximum age limit may be relaxed by 3 years in the case of candidates belonging to scheduled castes, Budhist community, recognized tribes of the Tribal Areas, Azad Kashmir and Northern Areas including the Districts of Gilgit, Ghizar, Skardu, Diamir and Chanche,

(ii)           the maximum age limit my be relaxed in the case of released or retired personnel of the Armed Forces of Pakistan up to a maximum of 10 years or by the number of years a person actually served in the Armed Forces whichever is less, and

(iii)          for Government servants who have completed at least 2 years of continuous service, maximum age limit may be relaxed by not more than 10 years up to the age of 55 years;

(iv)          no person shall be appointed to a post who is less than 18 years of age.

 

  1. PROBATION:-

 

Persons appointed by initial appointment, promotion or transfer, or short term basis, shall be on probation for a period of one year, but such period may be curtailed for good and sufficient reasons, to be recorded, or, if considered necessary, it may be extended for a period not exceeding one year as may be specified at the time of appointment.

 

  1. TERMINATION:-

 

(1)           The service of a staff member may be terminated without notice:-

 

(i)            During the initial or extended period of his probation;

 

Provided that, where such staff member is appointed by promotion on probation or, as the case may be, is transferred from one cadre or post to another cadre or post, his service shall not be so terminated so long as he holds a lien against his former post;

 

(ii)           On the expiry of the initial or extended period of his employment; or

 

(iii)          If the appointment is made adhoc terminable on the appointment of a person on the recommendation of the selection authority, on the appointment of such person.

 

(2)           Where, on the abolition of a post or reduction in the number of posts in a cadre, the services of a staff member are required to be terminated, the person whose services are terminated shall ordinarily be the one who is the most junior in such cadre.

 

  1. CONFIRMATION:-

 

(1)           On satisfactory completion of the probationary period the Council may confirm a person on the recommendations of the Selection Committee if a clear permanent vacancy exists or, if no action is taken by the Council under this Regulation, the appointment shall be treated as temporary engagement until further orders.

 

(2)           Two or more person shall not be appointed at a time to the same post and no person shall be appointed substantively to a post on which another person holds a lien. However, any such lien, may be suspended for a certain period or terminated by the orders of the Council.

 

  1. RETIREMENT:-

 

  • A staff member shall retire from service: -

 

(i)            On such date after he has completed 25 years of service as the appointing authority may, in the public interest, direct;

 

(ii)           Where no direction is given under clause (i), on the completion of the sixtieth year of his age.

 

(2)           No order under clause (i) of sub-regulation (1) shall be made in respect of a staff member unless the appointing authority has informed him in writing of the grounds on which it is proposed to make the order and has given him an opportunity of showing cause against it.

 

  1. INCREMENT:-

 

  • Every member of the staff to whose post a time scale is attached shall draw the increment of the scale on the 1st December each year if he has put in continuous six months service at the relevant stage in that scale unless it is withheld.

 

  • In calculating the increment the time scale shall include the whole period of service of the staff member whether working in his substantive post or officiating in another post or period spent on leave except extraordinary leave.

 

Provided that as a special case the Council may order the inclusion of the period of extra-ordinary leave granted in case of illness or in any case beyond the control of the staff member.

 

  1. SALARY AND  ALLOWANCES:-

 

Every member of the staff shall receive such salary and allowances as may be determined by the Council with the approval of the Federal Government from time to time.

 

  1. LEAVE:-

 

  • Every member of the staff shall be entitled to such leave as is allowed to the Federal Government employees under the Federal Government’s Revised Leave Rules, 1980, as amended from time to time;

 

Provided that any government servant who may be lent to Council shall continue to be governed by the rules applicable to him while in parent government department.

 

  • Leave is a privilege and cannot be claimed as a matter of right, when the exigencies of the public service so require, discretion to refuse or revoke leave of any description is reserved to the authority empowered to grant it.

 

  • No member of the staff shall absent himself from duty without the previous permission of the secretary; and in the case of the Secretary, without the previous permission of the President.

 

Provided that in case of sudden illness or accident such permission shall be obtained at the earliest opportunity from the respective authorities.

 

  1. REIMBURSEMENT OF  MEDICAL  CHARGES:-

 

All members of the staff shall be entitled to re-imbursement of medical charges incurred by them on medical attendance and treatment as out-door patients which shall not exceed the following limits:-

 

 i) Married staff

(all categories)

Ten percent of the pay subject to a maximum of one hundred fifty rupees per month.
 ii) Unmarried staff

(all categories)

Five percent of the pay subject to maximum of seventy-five rupees per month.

 

  1. ADVANCES:-

 

  • A member of the staff subject to the availability of funds and fulfillment of such other condition as may be prescribed by the Council, be granted advance for construction of house or for purchase of motor car, motor cycle or bicycle once in the whole service.

 

  • The terms and conditions for the grant of advance shall be the same as are applicable to civil servants.

 

DUTIES OF THE STAFF

 

  1. SECRETARY:-

 

In addition to the powers and duties specified in Section 30 of the Act, the Secretary, being incharge of the office of the Council, shall supervise the whole staff and inter alia shall.

 

(a)            be responsible for the maintenance of efficiency and discipline in the office,

 

(b)           be answerable to the Federal Government;

 

  • be the drawing and disbursing officer and shall keep and eye on the income and expenditure of the Council;

 

  • perform all such duties and exercise all such powers as laid down in the Act and the rules made thereunder;

 

  • carry out the decision of the Council and submit report to the president and to other concerned;

 

  • work as liaison officer between the Council and the Government or the practitioners of Unani and Ayurvedic System of Medicine;

 

  • sign all the correspondence put up before him regarding the Health Division and practitioners of Unani and Ayurvedic System of Medicine;

 

  • sign registration certificates and diplomas after proper checking of the record and initialing on the respective registers;

 

  • attend other day to day work and the visitors visiting the office;

 

  • attend meetings of the Council and other sub-committees and maintain proper record of the proceedings; and

 

  • attend courts in pursuance of cases for or against the Council.

 

  1. CONTROLLER OF  EXAMINATION:-

 

The Controller of Examination shall be the in-charge of the Examination Section and inter alia  shall:-

 

  • be responsible for the maintenance of secrecy and safe conduct of examination.

 

  • get the papers set from the examiners appointed by the examining body and keep them duly sealed until they are cyclostyled or printed and dispatched to the Superintendents of Examination of different centers:

 

  • keep the question papers strictly under his personal safe custody till the examination are over;

 

  • prepare result chart and put it before the examining body for approval before the result is noted on the result registers; and

 

  • perform all such duties regarding examinations which are assigned to him from time to time by the examining body.

 

Note:-      For administrative purposes the Controller of Examination will be under the Registrar / Secretary.

 

  1. SUPERINTENDENT:-

 

The Superintendent shall be the ministerial head and shall have the same powers as that of a Superintendent in the Government office, and inter alia shall:-

 

  • be responsible to the Secretary for the maintenance of discipline in the office,

 

  • be responsible for the correspondence and for putting up the papers with notes thereon to the Secretary for final disposal according to the provisions of the Act and the rules and regulations made thereunder;

 

  • perform such other duties as may be delegated and assigned to him by the Secretary for carrying out the purposes of the Act; and

 

  • for all purposes be under the Secretary.

 

  1. ACCOUNTANT:-

 

The Accountant shall discharge such duties as may be assigned to him from time to time, and inter alia shall;

 

  • be responsible for all moneys received in cash as P.I.S. postal orders, bank drafts, money orders, pay orders and amount drawn from the bank and its proper disposal and up-keep of proper record;

 

  • maintain properly the accounts record and registers, vouchers, bills, cash books, ledgers, etc, according to the Government rules and instructions;

 

  • be duly bound to have the signature of the Secretary on the cash book daily at the close of the day or on the next working day;

 

  • prepare the accounts strictly according to the Government rules and shall get the accounts audited by the auditor at the end of every financial year and comply or reply the observation made by the auditors, if any;

 

  • maintain a petty cash book which may show the transaction of petty contingent expenses incurred on odd things daily;

 

  • submit daily a summary of income and expenditure account to the Secretary;

 

  • confirm the money received in the office from Tabibs and Vaids on account of registration fee, etc. and shall also assist the Secretary in correspondence relating to the accounts; and

 

  • keep up-to-date record of sale of publication including text books.

 

  1. MINISTRIAL STAFF:-

 

The ministerial staff shall be responsible to the Secretary through the Superintendent for such duties as may be assigned to them.

 

  1. CHARGE OF  OFFICE:-

 

The charge of a particular post shall be relinquished and assumed by the relived and relieving staff member respectively, both being present.

 

  1. RESIGNATION:-

 

  • Any member of the staff may resign from the service after giving notice to the appointing authority.

 

  • The notice shall be:-

 

  1. In the case of officers and Superintendent, of a period of three months; and

 

  1. In the case of others, of a period of one month.

 

  1. SUSPENSION:-

 

  • A member of the staff may be suspended pending inquiry into alleged misconduct.

 

  • A member of the staff under suspension shall be entitled to full amount of his salary and all other benefits and facilities provided to him under the contract of service during the period of his suspension.

 

  • When the suspension of a staff member is held to have been unjustifiable or not wholly justified, or when a staff member who has been dismissed, removed or suspended is reinstated, the revising or appellate authority may, for the period of his absence from duty, grant him:-

 

  • if he is honorably acquitted, the full pay and allowances to which he would have been entitled if he had not been dismissed removed or suspended, or

 

  • if otherwise, such proportion of pay and allowances as the revising or appellate authority may determine.

 

(4)           In a case falling under clause (a) of sub-regulation (3), the period of absence from duty will be treated as a period spent on duty.

 

(5)           In a case falling under clause (b) of sub-regulation (3) the period of absence from duty will not be treated as a period spent on duty unless the revising or appellate authority so directs.

 

  1. GROUNDS FOR  PENALTY:-

 

Where a staff member, in the opinion of the authority:-

 

  • is inefficient or has ceased to be efficient;

 

  • is guilty of misconduct,

 

  • is corrupt or may reasonably be considered as corrupt; or

 

  • Is engaged, or is reasonably suspected of being engaged, in subversive activities.

 

The authority may impose on him one or more penalties.

 

EXPLANATION: -       Misconduct means conduct prejudicial to good order or service discipline or unbecoming or an Officer and gentlemen.

 

30            PENALTIES:-

The following are the minor and major penalties, namely:-

 

(a)            Minor Penalties:-

(i)            Censure;

 

  • With holding, for a specific period, promotion or increment;

 

  • Stoppage, for a specific period, at an efficiency bar in the time-scale otherwise than for unfitness to cross such bar, and

 

  • Recovery from pay of the whole or any part of any pecuniary loss caused to the Council by negligence or breach of order.

 

(b)           Major penalties:-

 

(i)            Reduction to a lower post or time-scale, or to a lower stage in a time-scale.

 

(ii)           Removal from service, and

 

(iii)          Dismissal from service.

 

  1. INQUIRY PROCEDURE:-

 

The following procedure shall be observed when a staff member is proceeded against under these Regulations:-

 

  • In case where a staff member is accused of subversion, corruption or misconduct, the authorized officer may require him to proceed on leave or, with the approval of the authority, suspend him provided that any continuation of such leave or suspension shall require approval of the authority after every three months.

 

  • The authorized officer shall decide whether in the light of facts of the case or the interests of justice an inquiry should be conducted through an inquiry officer or inquiry committee. If he so decides, the procedure laid down in regulation 33, shall apply.

 

  • If the authorized officer decides that it is not necessary to have an inquiry conducted through an inquiry officer or an Inquiry Committee, he shall:-

 

(i)            by order in writing, inform the accused of the action proposed to be taken in regard to him and the grounds of such action, and

 

  • give him a reasonable opportunity of showing cause against that action.

 

Provided that no such opportunity shall be given where the authority is satisfied that in the interest of the security of Pakistan or any part thereof it is not expedient to give such opportunity.

 

  • On receipt of the report of the Inquiry Officer or Inquiry Committee or where no such Officer of Committee is appointed on receipt of the explanation of the accused, if any, the authorized officer shall determine whether the charge has been proved.

 

If it is proposed to impose a minor penalty he shall pass orders accordingly. If he has proposed to impose a major penalty, he shall forward the case to the authority along-with the charge and statement of allegations served on the accused, the explanation of the accused, the findings of the Inquiry officer or Inquiry Committee, if appointed, and his own recommendations regarding the penalty to be imposed. The authority shall pass such orders as it may deem proper.

 

  1. PROCEDURE TO BE OBSERVED BY THE INQUIRY OFFICER AND INQUIRY COMMITTEE TO BE APPOINTED BY THE COUNCIL: -

 

(1)           Where an Inquiry Officer or an Inquiry Committee is appointed, the authorized Officer shall:-

 

(a)            Frame a charge and communicate it to the accused together with statement of the allegation explaining the charge and of any other relevant circumstances which are proposed to be taken into consideration; and

 

(b)           require the accused, within a reasonable time which shall not be less than seven day or more than fourteen days from the day the charge has been communicated to him, to put in a written defense and to state at the same time whether he desires to be heard in person.

 

(2)           An Inquiry Officer or an Inquiry Committee, as the case may be, shall inquire into the charge and may examine such oral or documentary evidence in support of the charge or in defense of the accused as may be considered necessary and the accused shall be entitled to cross-examine the witness against him.

 

(3)           An Inquiry Officer or an Inquiry Committee, as the case may be, shall hear the case from day to day and no adjournment shall be given for more than a week for reasons to be recorded in writing which shall be reported forthwith to the authorized officer.

(4)           Where an Inquiry Officer or an Inquiry Committee, as the case may be, is satisfied that the accused is hampering, or attempting to hamper, the progress of the inquiry, he or it shall administer a warning, and if thereafter he or it is satisfied that the accused is acting in disregard of the warning, he or it shall record a finding to that effect and proceed to complete the inquiry in such manner as he or it thinks best suited to do substantial justice.

(5)           An Inquiry Officer or an Inquiry Committee, as the case may be, shall within ten days of the declaration of the proceeding or such longer period as may be allowed by authorized officer, submit his or its findings and the grounds thereof to the authorized officer.

 

  1. APPEAL:-

(1)           A staff member on whom a penalty has been imposed under these Regulations may file an appeal before the officer/authority specified against the officer/authority imposing the penalty as given below:-

 

OFFICER/AUTHORITY                                              OFFICER/AUTHORITY TO WHOM

IMPOSING THE PENALTY                                                 THE APPEAL SHALL LIE

 

Superintendent                                                                        Secretary

Secretary                                                                                 President

President                                                                                 Council

Council                                                                                    Federal Government

 

(2)          Every appeal shall be submitted within a period of 28 days of the communication of the order appealed against.

 

  1. INTERPRETATION:-

Nothing in these Regulations shall be construed to alter or interpret to his disadvantage the Rules regulating the service of any person in the service of the Council immediately before the commencement of those Regulations.

Approved by the Federal Government.

 

-Sd-

(NAZEER AHMAD ASAD)

Assistant Director(Unani)

Ministry of Health, Govt. of Pakistan, Islamabad

 

 

 

 

SANCTIONED STRENGTH OF THE DEPARTMENT OF (ON PRESCRIBED FORMAT)    NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TIBB, ISLAMABAD

 

SCHEDULE

( SEE REGULATION 5 (2)

 

S.No.

DESIGNATION AND SCALE OF POST METHOD RECRUITMENT/ APPOINTMENT MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES FOR INITIAL APPOINTMENT & PROMOTION MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT FOR INITIAL RECRUITMENT
1 2 3 4 5
1. Registrar

BPS – 17

By initial appointment failing which by promotion or on deputation or by  transfer a)          Master’s degree in Arts or Science from a recognized University; and

Tow years experience of administrative work;

                          Or

b)         Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Science from a recognized University, and

 

         Five  years experience of  administrative work   

 

6 years service as Controller of examination or Superintendent. 34 Years
2. Controller of Examination

BPS – 16

By initial appointment a)       Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Science from a Recognized University;  and

b)       Registered Tabib

- 34 Years
3. Superintendent

BPS – 16

100% By Promotion - 5 years service as Assistant 34 Years
4 Assistant

BPS – 14

50% by initial appointment

50% by  promotion

Graduate -

3 Years service as UDC

25 Years
5. Steno typist

BPS – 12

(two)

By initial appointment a)       Matriculation from a recognized Board and

Speed of 80 Words per minute in English Short-hand and 35 words per minute in typing.

- 25 Years
6. Accountant

BPS – 11

By initial appointment I Com/D Com with 3 years experience; or B.Com - 25 Years
7. Upper Division Clerk

BPS – 9

50% by initial appointment

50% by promotion

Intermediate -

3 Years service as LDC

25 Years
8. Lower Division Clerk cum Typist BPS – 7 By initial appointment Matriculation with typing Speed of 30 words per minute - 25 Years
9. Driver

BPS – 4

By initial appointment Qualified driver, holding valid heavy transport vehicle driving license - 30 Years
10. Record Sorter

BPS – 2

By initial appointment Middle. Preference will be given to Matriculate, other thing being equal - 25 Years
11. Naib Qasid

BPS – 1          (two)

By initial appointment Literate - 25 Years
12. Chowkidar

BPS-01

By initial appointment   - 25 Years
13 Sweeper

BPS-01

By initial appointment   - 25 Years

SCHEDULE

( SEE REGULATION 5 (2)

 

S.No.

DESIGNATION AND SCALE OF POST METHOD RECRUITMENT/ APPOINTMENT MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES FOR INITIAL APPOINTMENT & PROMOTION MAXIMUM AGE LIMIT FOR INITIAL RECRUITMENT
1 2 3 4 5
1. Registrar

BPS – 17

By initial appointment failing which by promotion or on deputation or by  transfer c)          Master’s degree in Arts or Science from a recognized University; and

Tow years experience of administrative work;

Or

d)          Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Science from a recognized University, and

 

Five  years experience of  administrative work

 

6 years service as Controller of examination & Superintendent. 34 Years
2. Controller of Examination

BPS – 16

By initial appointment c)        Bachelor’s Degree in Arts or Science from a Recognized University;  and

d)       Registered Tabib

- 34 Years
3. Superintendent

BPS – 14

100% By Promotion - 5 years service as Assistant 34 Years
4 Assistant

BPS – 11

50% by initial appointment

50% by  promotion

Graduate -

3 Years service as UDC

25 Years
5. Steno typist

BPS – 12

(two)

By initial appointment b)       Matriculation from a recognized Board and

Speed of 80 Words per minute in English Short-hand and 35 words per minute in typing.

- 25 Years
6. Accountant

BPS – 11

By initial appointment I Com/D Com with 3 years experience; or B.Com - 25 Years
7. Upper Division Clerk

BPS – 7

50% by initial appointment

50% by promotion

Intermediate -

3 Years service as LDC

25 Years
8. Lower Division Clerk cum Typist BPS – 5 By initial appointment Matriculation with typing Speed of 30 words per minute - 25 Years
9. Driver

BPS – 4

By initial appointment Qualified driver, holding valid heavy transport vehicle driving license - 30 Years
10. Record Sorter

BPS – 2

By initial appointment Middle. Preference will be given to Matriculate, other thing being equal - 25 Years
11. Naib Qasid

BPS – 1          (two)

By initial appointment Literate - 25 Years
12. Chowkidar

BPS-01

By initial appointment - 25 Years
13 Sweeper

BPS-01

By initial appointment - 25 Years