Balochistan Public Service Commission Admission 2020 College, School, University Admissions
Baluchistan Public Service Commission was established in 1973 after three years of the establishment of Baluchistan province. BPSC was set up with the main purpose to fill in the vacant posts in the government departments and ministries with the help of eligible and desired candidates under the provision of rules and regulations. BPSC has mandate to conduct competitive exams for the recruitment of staff in grade 17 or above. BPSC admissions start three or four months before the exams in the month of July or August. BPSC notifies the admission schedule in the newspapers and through their official website www.bpsc.edu.pk. The candidates can visit their website or read the newspapers. The candidates check the webpage as the admission news and notice will be provided to the candidates so that they can apply for the annual exams.
BPSC starts the admission process for the students, who are qualified and capable for appointment in the government departments and ministries of Baluchistan government. The candidates can check the BPSC admission schedule and requirements being mentioned against the posts. When any ministry or government department has any vacant post, then it informs the BPSC to recruit the staff against the existing post so that the function of that ministry or department can be worked smoothly. Then BPSC receives the admission forms from the candidates and conducts the exams and interviews of the desired candidates ensuring their appointment against such post.
The candidates, living in Baluchistan and seek job on the higher post of grade 17, they should keep in touch with this page, as the latest updates of the vacant posts are provided on this page for their facility. They can check the procedure, process of admission forms and syllabus of their relevant post and the method of appearing in the exams, which are also made available on this page. The candidates should check the schedule and also for the competitive exams, which are conducted annually against the vacant posts.