Wednesday, 20 January, 2021

Bagmati PSC announces vacancy for the first time


By Our Correspondent
Hetauda, Nov. 24: The Public Service Commission of the Bagmati State has opened vacancies for various positions in the state and local level for the first time.
After one year of formation, the commission on Monday issued the vacancy for 469 seats in the fourth level by publishing an advertisement on the Gorkhapatra Daily.
In its advertisement, the commission has mentioned that the appointment would be done on the basis of seniority, and promotion on work evaluation, open, inclusive and competitive internal written examinations.
The commission stated that 36 seats were allocated for the appointment on the basis of seniority and work evaluation, 36 for inclusive and competitive written examination. Likewise, 81 level-4 officials would be appointed in the administrative and technical departments. The ddvertisement has been published to appoint a total of 388 officials, including 249 from open competition.
Commission chairman Sureshman Shrestha said, "On the basis of inclusion, 69 seats have been separated for women, indigenous group, 21 for Madhesi people, seven for Dalits and two for people with disability."
According to Shrestha, the vacancy was announced for appointment in the local levels and two ministries of the Bagmati State for various services, including general administration, accounting, agriculture, health and engineering.
Likewise, the commission stated that advertisement was done to appoint 90 officials for the general administration and five for accounting.
The advertisement was published after demand for 447 officials in 44 local levels of the State, 21 in the Sate Ministry of Social Development and one in the State Ministry for Infrastructure Development was presented before the commission.
Meanwhile, the commission stated that Hetauda Sub-metropolitan City and Lalitpur Metropolitan City did not send their requirement of officials despite following up for a couple of times.
Of the 119 local levels of the State, only 44 had sent their requirements and of the seven State ministries, only two had sent the requirement to the State Public Service Commission.
Although state-level commission has been formed for appointment of officials in state and local level, the local levels have been deliberately appointing officials themselves.  

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