Frequently Asked Questions
PSC is an institution which manages Human Resources in the Public Service.
It is an independent Commission, but it is responsible and answerable to the Parliament for the exercise and discharge of its powers and functions.
[See, Article 55 (5) of the Constitution as amended by the 17th Amendment]
+ - 4.How is the Provincial Public Service different from the National Public Service? Click to collapse
The Provincial Public Service and the National Public Service are two separate and distinct services which are operative under different Authorities. This is illustrated by:
+ - 5.If I am aggrieved by an order/decision given by the PSC, to whom can I appeal? Click to collapse
+ - 6.If I am aggrieved by an order/decision given by an officer with delegated powers from the PSC, how can I find redress? Click to collapse
In terms of Article 58(1) of the Constitution as amended by the 17th Amendment, you have the right of appeal to the PSC against such an order.
Refer procedural rules 29 of Chapter III.
+ - 9. Does the delegated authority has power to deviate from SOR/ SM & procedural rules, when there are no provisions? Click to collapse
No.Approval has to be taken from PSC.
Public Service Commission,