Syllabus Local Government System Revenue Law

PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION LAHORE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION AND
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Paper-VII
Local Government System
Marks 100
Course Outline
1. Local Government System
(i) Concept of Local Government System.
(ii) Worldwide experience.
(iii) Local Govt. System in Pakistan Background.
2. Punjab Local Government Ordinance, 2001
(a) Functions and powers of:
(i) District Governments
(ii) Tehsil / Town Municipal Administrations
(iii) Union Administrations
(iv) Recent amendments/role of local government.
(v) Merits/demerits and success/failure of Local Government System in the Punjab
(b) Punjab Local Government Commission.
(c) Citizen Community Boards (CCB)
(d) Local Government Finance.
3. The Punjab Local Government Property Rules, 2003.
4. The Punjab district Government Rules of Business, 2001
5. The Punjab Local Government (Taxation) Rules, 2001.
6. Muslim Family Laws ordinance, 1969.
7. Child Marriage Act.
8. Wasteful Expenditure Act.
Note: Bare Act and rules shall be provided in the examination

Paper-VIII
REVENUE LAW
Total Marks 100
Course Outline
1. The Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1967 (Act XVII of 1967) and Land Revenue Rules, 1968.
2. The Punjab Alienation of Land Act, 1900 (XIII of 1900)
3. Punjab Land Administration Manual: Chapters I, II, IV, IX, XIII to XX and XXII.
4. Punjab Land Records Manual (second edition): Chapter 7 & 18.
5. The Punjab Consolidation of Holdings Ordinance, 1960 (VI of 1960)
6. The Punjab Agricultural Income Tax, 1997 ( I of 1997)
7. The Registration Act, 1908 (XVI of 1908) and the Registration Rules.
8. The Stamps Act, 1899 (II of 1899)
9. Douie’s Settlement manual (5th Edition, 1961): Chapter-I (Introductory), Book-I, Book-II
(Chapters VII, IX, XII & XIII) and Book-III (Chapter XV, XVI, XVII & XVIII)
10. The Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act, 1912 (V of 1912)
11. Land Acquisition Act, 1894.
12. Important concepts of:
(a) Law of Inheritance
(b) Pre-emption
13. Punjab Tenancy Act, 1884.
Note: Bare Acts shall be provided in the examination.

Syllabus Economics and Financial Management Civil and Criminal LAW

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Paper-V
Economics and Financial Management
Marks 100
Course Outline
Part-A Economics (40
Marks)
1. Overview of Economy of Pakistan.
2. Basic Concepts of Micro & Macro Economics.
3. Economic Development & Economic Growth including Human Development Index Approach.
4. Monetary & Fiscal Policies with emphasis on inflation.
(i) Definition and objectives of Monetary Policy.
(ii) Definition and objectives of Fiscal Policy.
(iii) Inflation and its types.
5. Concept of Poverty and Poverty Alleviation Strategy in Pakistan:
(i) Poverty, factors responsible.
(ii) Causes of poverty.
(iii) Poverty Alleviation Strategy in Pakistan.
(iv) Poverty alleviation Strategy in the Punjab.
Part-B Financial Management
(Marks 60)
1. Importance, rules governing financial discipline, consequences of financial indiscipline etc.
2. Financial provisions in 1973 Constitution (Articles 118, 119, 169, 170).
3. Civil Service Rules (PUNJAB) VOLUME-I
(a) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
General Concept: Chapter-I [ Extent of application] 1.1 & 1.2
Chapter –II [ Definitions ]
Chapter-III [ General conditions of Service ]
3.2, 3.7, 3.12, 3.13,1.24
Pay: Chapter-IV [ 4.4, 4.13, 4.18, 4.21 ]
Additions to pay: Chapter-V [ 5.3, 5.55.8, 5.16, 5.22, 5.38, 5.39, 5.49]
Joining time: Chapter-1 & 9.1 to 9.18
Deputation Policy: Issued by the Punjab Government Finance Department Revised Leave Rules, 1981
(b) Punjab Treasury and Sub-Treasury Rules (Financial Handbook No.1).
Treasury Rules (Punjab) and the Subsidiary Treasury Rules issued there under:-What is Treasury and Sub-Treasury.
Treasury rules (Punjab) including: (Part-I)
Chapter-I General System of Control over Treasuries: (Part-II)
Payment of Revenues of the Province into the Public Account: (Part-II)
Custody of Moneys relating to or standing in the Punjab (Part-III)
Account of the Province.
Withdrawals of moneys from the Public Account (Chapter-IV)
Transfer of money standing in the Public account (Chapter-V)
(c) The Punjab Delegation Power Rules 2006 (Financial hand Book No.2)
General Principles and Rules including:- (Chapter-II)
Pay, Allowance etc. of establishment. (Chapter-VII)
Contingencies. (Chapter-VIII)
Loan and advances. (Chapter-X)
Bills and Remittances. (Chapter-XI)
Deposits & Operation of Assignment A/Cs (Chapter-XII)
as introduced through an amendment in Rule
4.154 (A) of Punjab Subsidiary Treasury Rules.
Welfare schemes of Government Servants (Benevolent Funds, Group Insurance etc.)
4. Purchase Procedure under PPRA Rules, 2009 (Purchase Manual, Purchase Officers, Types of
tenders, Purchase under Foreign Aided Projects)
5. Duties and functions of D.D.Os.
6. Budget making at Provincial and Local level (Regular Budget, SNE, supplementary budget,
development budget).
7. Audit and settlement of audit objections.
Note: Bare text of rules shall be provided in the examination

Paper-VI
Civil and Criminal LAW
Marks 100
Course Outline
Part-A (40
marks)
(i) Background and importance of Cr.P.C
(ii) The Code of Civil Procedure 1908: sections 9-12, 16-21, 24-A, 35, 35-A, 51, 79-82,
89AA, 96,99, 104, 114, 115, 141, 151 & Orders 2, 4-9, 17, 21, 23, 27, 27-A, 39 & 47.
(iii) The Punjab General Clauses Act 1956
(iv) The Limitation Act 1908: sections 12-25
Part-B (40
marks)
(i) Background and importance of P.P.C.
(ii) The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan: 6, 9-10, 10A, 12-14 & 45.
(iii) The Pakistan Penal Code 1860: sections 6-52A, 76-106, 120A, 120-B, 121-124-A, 141-171, 268, 290, 293-294, 294-A, 294-B.
(iv) The Criminal Procedure Code 1898: Sections 6-27, 42-67, 106-126-A, 133-148, 153-154,
173-174, 174-A, 175-176, 260-264, 491-495.
Part-C (20 marks)
(i) Background and importance of Qanun-e-Shahadat Order 1984.
(ii) Qanun-e-Shahadat Order 1984: Articles 3, 6-9, 17, 72-85.
Note: Bare Acts shall be provided in the examination

Syllabus Public Administration Constitutional Structure of Pakistan

PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION LAHORE DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION AND
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Paper-III
Public Administration
Marks 100
Course Outline
Part-A Public Administration (40
Marks)
Public Administration in the 21st century
(a) Context of Public Administration.
(b) Role of Govt. Direct involvement Vs regulations.
(c) Public Administration and Civil Service
(i) Concept of Good Governance.
(ii) Transparency, information and role of media in public sector.
(iii) Improving administrative integrity – ethics and responsiveness in service.
(iv) Public policy formulation and implementation.
Reference Book: To serve and to preserve by ADB
Part-B Administrative Law (60 Marks)
(i) Introduction to the Administrative law.
(ii) Finality of administrative action: constitutional and ordinary ouster clauses Principles.
(iii) Administrative discretion: meaning, need and principles.
(iv) Delegated legislation: meaning and necessity, established principles and grounds of review.
(v) Principles of Natural Justice: hearing and bias.
(vi) Judicial Review: meaning, importance and grounds.
(vii) Fundamental Rights: Articles 7-28 and 232-233 of the constitution of the Islamic
Republic of Pakistan.
Note: No reference material shall be provided in the examination

Paper-IV
Constitutional Structure of Pakistan
Marks 100
Course Outline
Part –A The Executive
a) The constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
(i) Preamble
(ii) General: Articles 1-5
(iii) Principles of Policy: Articles 29-49
(iv) The President: Articles 41-49
(v) The Federal Government: Articles 90-99
(vi) The Provincial Governor: Articles: 101-105
(vii) The Provincial Government: Articles 129-140
(viii) Administrative Relations between Federation and Provinces: Articles
145-159
(ix) Elections: Articles 213-226
b) The Punjab Government Rules of Business 2011: Rules 1-32, 46-49 & the Schedules.
c) Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab 1997:
(i) The Chief Minister: rules 17-23
(ii) Governor’s Address to the assembly; rules 39-41
(iii) Questions: Articles 42-61
(iv) Calling Attention Notice: rules 62-67
(v) Privileges: rules 68-79, 180-181
(vi) Adjournment Motions: rules 80-88
(vii) Government Assurances: rule 182
(viii) Reports to be laid before the Assembly: rules 128-133
d) Ombudsman: jurisdiction and importance: the Punjab Office of the Ombudsman Act 1997

Paper-IV
Part-B The Legislature
a) The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan:
(i) The Parliament: Articles 50-69, 70-77
(ii) Federal Ordinances: Article 89
(iii) Provincial Assembly: articles 106-117
(iv) Provincial Ordinances: article 128
(v) Distribution of Legislative and Executive Powers: Articles 97, 137, 141-144, & Fourth Schedule
(vi) Islamic Provisions: Articles 227-231
b) The Punjab Government Rules of Business 2011: rules 33-43 & 45
c) Rules of Procedure of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab:
(i) Legislative Procedure: rules 89-127
(ii) Standing Committees: rules 148-175
Part-C The Judiciary
(i) The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan: Articles 4, 175-211.
(ii) Original and Advisory Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
(iii) Writ Jurisdiction: Articles 184 and 199 of the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
(iv) Introduction to ICA and CPLA.
(v) Suo motu/human rights jurisdiction.
Note: The Constitution of Pakistan, the Punjab Government Rules of Business 2011 and the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab Rules of Procedure 1997 shall be provided in the examination