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Lok Sewa Aayog

Anamnagar, Kathmandu

Estd. 1951




Lok Sewa Aayog (लोक सेवा आयोग - Public Service Commission -PSC) was established in 1951 AD (2008) as a government employment recruitment institution in Nepal. The central office of Lok Sewa Aayog is located in Anamnagar, Kathmandu, Nepal. The official website of Loksewa and Loksewa Online Application links

The Commission (Lok Sewa) is involved in selecting meritorious candidates required by the government of Nepal for various vacant posts in the civil service, Nepal Police, Nepal Army, Nepal Armed Police Force, and other government bodies. The continuity of the public service commission (P S C) has never been hindered since its inception. The present constitution of Nepal 2015 (2073 BS) has designated the public service commission as an independent constitutional body.


According to the constitution of the Public Service Commission in sub-section (1) of Article 242 of Part 23 of the Constitution of Nepal, there is a provision that the commission will have a chairman and four other members. The President shall appoint the chairman and members of the Public Service Commission on the recommendation of the Constitutional Council and at the time of such appointment, at least fifty percent of the members of the commission shall be from among the persons who have been in government service for a period of twenty years or more and the remaining members shall be from science, technology, art, literature, law, public administration, There is a provision to be appointed from among the people who have achieved fame through research, research, teaching or any other important work in sociology or other fields of national life. In this way, before the appointment, there is a provision for a parliamentary hearing to be held through a fifteen-member joint committee in accordance with federal law, consisting of members of both houses of the federal parliament.

 According to the provisions of the constitution, there will be only 5 officers including the chairman, since there were more officers working in the Commission before this constitution came into effect, the appointment of the previous seven officers has been provided by clause (3) of Article 301 of the Constitution of Nepal.

Functions, Duties, and Rights:

Article 243 of the Constitution of Nepal stipulates that it is the duty of the Public Service Commission to conduct examinations to select suitable candidates for appointment to civil service positions. In the said article, it is clarified that "civil service post" means soldier or Nepal Police or Armed Police Force, the service post of Nepal's employees and not the post of civil service, except for other service posts prescribed under the Act, it has been clarified that all other service posts of the Government of Nepal are included.

In addition to civil service posts, there is a provision that the Public Service Commission will be responsible for conducting the written examination for the posts of the Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force, Nepal, other federal government services, and organized organizations.

In addition to the above duties and responsibilities, there is a provision to consult the Public Service Commission on the following subjects:

  • Regarding the general principles to be followed for promotion to posts in the Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force, Nepal and other federal government services;
  • Regarding the law relating to the conditions of service of the service employees of any organized organization and the general principle to be adopted in the promotion and departmental action in such service posts;
  • Regarding the law relating to conditions of federal civil service;
  • Regarding the principles to be adopted in the appointment, promotion and departmental action in the federal civil service or post;
  • on the suitability of candidates for appointment to posts in the Federal Civil Service for a period exceeding six months;
  • Eligibility of the candidate on transfer or promotion from one type of federal civil service post to another type of federal civil service post or from other government services to the federal civil service or on transfer or transfer from a state civil service post to a federal civil service post or from a federal civil service post to a state civil service post. On the subject;
  • Regarding the permanent transfer or promotion of employees who are in a position that does not require the consultation of the Public Service Commission to a position that requires the consultation of the Public Service Commission; and
  • Regarding the departmental punishment given to the employees of the Federal Civil Service.

Candidate Selection Process:

According to the Public Service Commission Act, 2066, the Commission will select suitable candidates through one or more of the following methods:

a) Written Examination,

b) Practical Examination,

c) Interview and

d) Other methods prescribed by the Commission.

The commission prepares an annual schedule for the candidate selection process. It also mentions the details of the selection process at various stages from the determination of the percentage of vacancies.

After receiving the request to fill the vacant post from the concerned body, the Public Service Commission determines the number of posts to fill the post according to the relevant laws and regulations.

In this way, after the number of posts is determined, the Commission's website will publish weekly bulletins published every Wednesday and advertisements in the Gorkhapatra National Daily. At the time of advertisement, applications are invited with a deadline of 21 days and additional 7 days for conducting the open internal competitive examination. After the advertisement for the open and internal competitive examination is published, the online application for the advertised post is collected from the Commission's regional directorate, zonal office, and application management center. After scrutinizing the applications received for the advertised posts, admit cards are issued to the candidates to join the examination.

In order to maintain fairness and accuracy in the selection process, the Commission has adopted a policy of neutrality by adopting a system in which the officials involved in the written examination and interview cannot know each other's work and actions in the preparation of question papers, revision of question papers, examination of answer sheets, the conduct of interviews and interviews.

In the process of carrying out the said tasks, the experts of the relevant subject will be sent to prepare the question papers required for conducting the examination of the relevant service group and post, and the set of question papers will be received secretly, from the sets of raw question papers, they will again prepare at least 5 sets of preparatory question papers for the other experts of the same subject. The set will be kept with a separate signal number and during the conduct of the examination, a set of question papers selected by the Honorable Chairman of the Commission based on the signal number will be used.

The highest confidentiality is maintained in the exam as there is a practice of keeping the first code in the answer sheets received after conducting the written examination and assigning the second code to the official of another branch.

In this way, the answer sheets received after the second code are sent to the experts/experts of the relevant subjects designated by the Honorable Chairman for examination. The score of the answer sheets received after the test is tabulated and decoded based on the code and the result is published.

Candidates who are selected for the interview will be interviewed with the involvement of experts in the relevant subject and the marks given by one will be given secretly so that the other will not see them. Such marks will be opened only at the time of the candidate's merit order and recommendation. In addition to this, the marks obtained by the candidate in the written test will not be known during the interview and will be sent only at the time of merit order and recommendation.

The Public Service Commission has been updating the list of experts and experts from time to time for the work of the commission, such as question paper preparation, question paper revision, answer book examination, interviews, psychological personality test, curriculum development, etc.

The commission appoints them secretly for a specific type of selection work. The commission has already started the process of Screening Test for certain posts, in which candidates are more involved. It has been arranged that only those who pass the preliminary stage examination can participate in the main examination.

After the final selection of candidates from the open competition, in the case of gazetted civil service posts, in the case of posts under the Ministry of General Administration and under separate laws and regulations, there is a provision to recommend to the agency that administers such services. If the candidate chooses the same office, there is a provision that the one with the higher qualification should be recommended first.

When sending a letter of recommendation to the relevant body for an appointment, there is a provision to send one copy of the application form of the concerned candidate and copies of the certificates submitted along with it.

In the case of security agencies and other government services/organized organizations, the tasks from determining the percentage to conducting the written examination are done according to the procedures mentioned above.



Lok Sewa Aayog Anamnagar (Central Office):

  • Location: Anamnagar, Kathmandu, Nepal, Post Box No. 8979
  • Telephone: +977-1-4771488, +977-4771481, +977-4771494
  • Email: [email protected]
  •  Website:
  • Online Application Link:

Lok Sewa Aayog Kathmandu:

  • Location: New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
  • Telephone: 01-4115833, 01-4115831, 4115834
  • Fax: 01-4115835
  • Email: [email protected]

 Lok Sewa Aayog Pokhara:

  • Location: Pardi, Pokhara
  • Telephone: 061-463145
  • Fax: 061-463506
  • Email: [email protected]

Lok Sewa Aayog Hetauda:

  • Location: Dhankuta Office
  • Telephone: 057-520302
  • Fax: 057-526822
  • Email: [email protected]

 Lok Sewa Aayog Baglung:

Lok Sewa Aayog Jaleshwor:

Lok Sewa Aayog Khotang:

  • Location: Diktel, Khotang
  • Telephone: 036-420757
  • Fax: 036-520177

Lok Sewa Aayog Butwal:

  • Location: Butwal, Rupandehi
  • Telephone: 071-540207, 071-551328
  • Fax: 071-547807
  • Email: [email protected]

 Lok Sewa Aayog Dang:

  • Location: Tulsipur, Dang
  • Telephone: 082-522825
  • Fax: 082-520013
  • Email: [email protected]

Lok Sewa Aayog Mahendranagar:

  • Location: Mahendranagar, Kanchanpur
  • Telephone: 099-521209
  • Fax: 099-523992
  • Email: [email protected]

Lok Sewa Aayog Dipayal:

 Lok Sewa Aayog Surkhet:

  • Location: Birendranagar, Surkhet
  • Telephone: 083-520106, 083-525506
  • Fax: 083-521803
  • Email: [email protected]

 Lok Sewa Aayog Jumla:

 Lok Sewa Aayog Dhankuta:

  • Location: Dhankuta Office
  • Telephone: 026–520130, 026–520151,
  • Fax: 026–520151
  • Email: [email protected]

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Contact Details of Lok Sewa Aayog, Kathmandu


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