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Lok Sewa Aayog Proactive Disclosure from Baishakh to Ashad 2077

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Lok Sewa Aayog Proactive Disclosure

1. Nature and Nature of Public Service Commission:

Provision has been made in Article 242, Clause (1) of Part 23 of the Constitution of Nepal regarding the formation of the Public Service Commission. Accordingly, the Public Service Commission has a chairperson and four other members. The President appoints the chairperson and members of the Public Service Commission on the recommendation of the Constitutional Council. In making such appointments, at least fifty percent of the members of the Commission shall be from persons who have been in government service for a period of twenty years or more and the remaining members shall be engaged in research, teaching or other fields of science, technology, arts, literature, law, public administration, sociology or other fields People who have achieved fame by doing some important work will be appointed from among them.

The list of Hon'ble Chairperson and members of the Commission appointed on 2071-12-11 is as follows.

  • Chairman Umesh Prasad Mainali
  • Member Bindra Hada Bhattarai
  • Member Govind Prasad Kusum (Mandatory leave from Kartik 28, 2075)
  • Member Sripurush Dhakal (Mandatory leave from 2077 Baishakh 12)
  • Member Ashok Kumar Jha
  • Member Braham Dev Rai

The Central Office of the Commission is located at Anamnagar, Kathmandu. Gazetted first as follows under the Commission 7 offices to be the head of the category office and 7 offices to be the head of the gazetted second class office

There are offices and an application management center and Headed by Gazzeted First Class Officers:

  • Public Service Commission, Dhankuta Office 1. Public Service Commission, Ilam Office
  • Public Service Commission, Jaleshwar Office 2. Public Service Commission, Diktel Office
  • Public Service Commission, Kathmandu Office 3. Public Service Commission, Hetauda Office
  • Public Service Commission, Pokhara Office 4. Public Service Commission, Baglung Office
  • Public Service Commission, Butwal Office 5. Public Service Commission, Dang Office
  • Public Service Commission, Surkhet Office 6. Public Service Commission, Jumla Office
  • Public Service Commission, Dipayal Office 7. Public Service Commission, Mahendranagar Office
  • Application Management Center, Anamnagar, Kathmandu

Functions, Duties, and Powers of the Commission:

Article 243 of the Constitution of Nepal sets out the functions, duties, and powers of the Commission as follows:

(1) It shall be the duty of the Public Service Commission to conduct an examination to select a suitable candidate for appointment to the post of Civil Service.

Explanation: For the purposes of this section, "civil service post" shall mean any service post in the Government of Nepal except the service posts of soldiers or Nepal Police or Armed Police Force, Nepal employees and other service posts prescribed under the Act.

(2) Apart from the posts of civil service, the Public Service Commission shall conduct written examination for the posts of Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force, Nepal, other federal government services, and organizations.

Explanation: For the purpose of this Article, "Organized Institution" means an institution, company, bank, committee or commission established by the Government of Nepal or established by the Government of Nepal, owned or controlled by the Government of Nepal in fifty percent or more shares or assets other than the University and Teachers Service Commission. Institutions, authorities, corporations, foundations, boards, centers, councils, and other such organizations should be remembered.

(3) The Public Service Commission shall be consulted on the general principles to be followed in the promotion of the Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force, Nepal, and other federal government services.

(4) The Public Service Commission shall be consulted on the law relating to the conditions of service of the employees of the service of any organized organization and the general principles to be followed while taking departmental action for promotion to such service posts.

(5) No permanent appointment shall be made to the post receiving a pension from the Government of Nepal without the consultation of the Public Service Commission.

(6) The Public Service Commission shall be consulted on the following matters:

(A) on the law relating to the condition of federal civil service,

(B) the principles to be followed in the appointment, promotion and departmental action of the Federal Civil Service or post,

(C) on the suitability of the candidate for appointment to the post of Federal Civil Service for more than six months,

(D) Transfer or promotion from one type of Federal Civil Service to another type of Federal Civil Service or from other government service to Federal Civil Service or from any State Civil Service to Federal Civil Service or from Federal Civil Service to State Civil Service. Regarding the suitability of the candidate,

(E) the issue of permanent transfer or promotion of a public servant in a position where he should not be consulted by the Public Service Commission, and (f) the departmental punishment to be given to an employee of the Federal Civil Service.

(7) Notwithstanding anything written in sub-section (6), the matter falling within the jurisdiction of the Judicial Service Commission as per section 154 shall be the same.

(8) The Public Service Commission may delegate any of its functions, duties, and rights to the Chairperson of the Commission or any member or employee of the Government of Nepal subject to the prescribed conditions for use and compliance.

(9) Other functions, duties, and powers of the Public Service Commission shall be in accordance with the federal law.

3. Name of the office where the Commission resides Name of the office:

  • Public Service Commission, Central Office
  • Public Service Commission, Dhankuta Office
  • Public Service Commission, Jaleshwar Office
  • Public Service Commission, Kathmandu Office
  • Public Service Commission, Pokhara Office
  • Public Service Commission, Butwal Office
  • Public Service Commission, Surkhet Office
  • Public Service Commission, Dipayal Office
  • Public Service Commission, Ilam Office
  • Public Service Commission, Diktel Office
  • Public Service Commission, Hetauda Office
  • Public Service Commission, Baglung Office
  • Public Service Commission, Dang Office
  • Public Service Commission, Jumla Office
  • Public Service Commission, Mahendranagar Office
  • Application Management Center, Anamnagar

3.1 According to the approved organization and management survey of the Commission, there are the following divisions:

3.1.1 Administration and Inspection Division

  1. To work related to the staff administration and public relations of the Commission.
  2. To survey and improve the organization and management of the commission.
  3. To prepare, implement, and report on the annual plan.
  4. Prepare budget, conduct accounts, keep accurate accounts of cash, commodities, revenue, etc. and conduct the audit.
  5. To inspect and supervise the subordinate bodies.
  6. To coordinate with the International and Regional Public Service Commission.
  7. To prepare and publish the annual report of the commission and civil service magazines, bulletins, and newspapers.
  8. To prepare, publish, and manage periodical reports.
  9. To work related to Central Representative Khatanpatan.
  10. To evaluate the performance of the staff of the Commission, internal transfer, promotion, work, consent, leave related work.
  11. To work for determining the percentage of officer level of various services, groups and sub-groups.
  12. To speed up the work of the commission by working on information and communication technology.
  13. Necessary coordination regarding the curriculum and minimum qualifications required for advertisement publication.

3.1.2 Examination Division

  1. Necessary policy related to examination, work related to the formulation of rules.
  2. To prepare raw questions based on minimum educational qualifications and curriculum for question makers and to collect raw questions and work related to Question Bank.
  3. To conduct open and internal competitive examinations conducted by the Commission.
  4. To work on the coding of answer books.
  5. To test the answer scripts of the examination.
  6. To conduct work related to conducting an examination, preparation of results, and publication.
  7. Compilation of answer scripts of Optical Mark Reader (OMR) and other techniques,

In addition to testing and publishing results, the team is formed to test as needed to act as directed to act.

3.1.3 Question Paper Modification and Recommendation Division

  1. To modify the question papers required for the examination.
  2. To work on the interview and prepare and implement the necessary guidance related to the interview.
  3. To recommend as per the demand of the candidates who have passed the examination (written and interview).

3.1.4 Testing Technology, Research and Curriculum Division

  1. To work related to the curriculum, testing technology, research, and development for the examinations to be conducted by the Commission.
  2. Research study analysis and development in various aspects of civil service.
  3. Study and research of various aspects related to the work of the Commission.
  4. Determination of educational qualifications and recognition of degree.
  5. To conduct research on the issues identified by the Research Management Team comprising the heads of all the divisions of the Commission.

3.1.5 Law Division

  1. To carry out consultation work related to civil service law and service change.
  2. To conduct consultation work on the general principles to be followed while appointing and promoting to the posts of Military Service, Armed Police Service, Police Service, and Government Service.
  3. To provide consultation on the prevailing law regarding the conditions of service of the employees of the service of a public institution and the general principles to be followed in the appointment, promotion, and departmental action of such service posts.
  4. Promotion of civil servants, work related to a written reply to the writ petition.
  5. To give legal advice to the commission, in formulating the act, rules, directives, procedures, etc. of the commission.

3.1.6 Security Bodies and Organized Institutions Division

  1. To formulate necessary policy and rules related to written examination of security agencies and organizations.
  2. To work on collecting raw questions for various examinations of security agencies and organizations.
  3. To conduct open and internal competitive examinations for security agencies and organizations.
  4. To work for the signaling of the answer scripts of the examinations of the security agencies and organizations.
  5. To test the answer scripts of the security agencies and organizations.
  6. To conduct work related to conducting an examination, preparation, and publication of results of security agencies and organizations.

Service provided by the Commission:

  1. Publication of annual schedule
  2. Demand post compilation
  3. Percentage determination
  4. Educational qualifications and curriculum development, modification and revision
  5. Advertising
  6. Application registration
  7. Question paper preparation and modification
  8. Conducting competitive written examination
  9. Double coding in the answer sheet
  10. Answer sheet test
  11. Publication of written results
  12. Experimental Examination and Skill Test (for positions where Experimental Examination and Skill Test will be conducted)
  13. Group test (for posts to be group tested)
  14. Interview
  15. Recommendation
  16. To make the necessary decisions after conducting a necessary investigation in the complaint related to the promotion.
  17. To inspect the vacancies, appointments, and other issues.

7. Application, Complaint Decision Process, and Authority

 (A) Procedure

  • The information seeker should submit an application to the Information Officer of the Commission stating the details including the information requested by him.
  • If the information as requested by the petitioner cannot be made available immediately, the information officer will inform the petitioner of the time and reason for providing the information.
  • If the information requested before the Information Officer has to be decided from a higher level than himself, the information seeker will be informed immediately and the decision on the information request will be made available within 15 days.
  • If the information requested by the information seeker can be given through an on-site visit, the Information Officer may be asked to submit the report through on-site visits. After the visit, the visiting official will have to submit a report regarding the demand information. If it is necessary to make a decision on the basis of the report received, the decision will be made and if it is not necessary to make a decision, the information officer will provide the required information directly to the applicant.
  • Information will not be disseminated in the matters specified by the Public Service Commission Act, rules, and directives which are not allowed to flow.
  • Other issues are decided on the basis of comments, group reports, discussions, etc., depending on the nature of the issue.

 (B) The decision-making authority

Secretary of the Commission and the Commission according to the nature of the subject related to information

8. Complaint hearing officer on information provided by the Information Officer

Secretary Shri Anandaraj Dhakal

9. Details of edited work (Baishakh-Asar 2077)

  • Advertisement: No ads during this period.
  • Conducting a written Exam: No advertisement during this period.

Publication of written results:

  • Gazetted First class, joint secretary or similar technical posts
  • Eleventh level posts in healthcare

Recommendation:

  • Gazetted First Class, Joint Secretary or similar non-technical posts
  • Gazetted First Class, Joint Secretary or similar technical posts

The number of consultations sent for departmental punishment: 0

10. Name and post of Information Officer and Chief

  • Office Head (Secretary) Shri Anandaraj Dhakal
  • Information Officer (Deputy Secretary) Shri Devi Prasad Subedi

11. List of acts, rules, regulations or directives to be used in the functioning of the Commission

  • Constitution of Nepal
  • Public Service Commission Act, 2066 and Public Service Commission Rules, 2067
  • Civil Service Act, 2049 and Civil Service Rules, 2050
  • Nepal Health Services Act, 2053 and Health Services Regulations, 2055
  • Legislature-Parliament Secretariat Act, 2064 BS, and Legislature-Parliament Secretariat Staff Administration Rules, 2065 BS
  • Current Acts and Rules relating to various services and group operations
  • Security agencies (Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force Nepal, National Investigation Department) and
  • Acts and rules related to organized organizations
  • Public Service Commission (Operation) Directive, 2067
  • Public Service Commission Working Procedure Direction, 2070
  • Code of Conduct for Public Service Commission Officers and Experts, 2069
  • Various directives issued by the Public Service Commission and periodic decisions of the Public Service Commission
  • Examples set by the Supreme Court
  • Principles formulated by the Public Service Commission
  • Other prevailing acts, rules, and directives

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Lok Sewa Aayog

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