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PPSC Jobs of Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Information Officer

CONSOLIDATED ADVERTISEMENT NO. 12/2014

APPEARED IN THE NATION & JANG ON SUNDAY 20-04-2014

APPLY THROUGH ONLINE

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

SR. NO. 62.     (CASE NO.229-RC/2014) RECRUITMENT TO (11) ELEVEN (INCLUDING ONE POST RESERVED FOR MINORITIES & TWO POSTS RESERVED FOR WOMEN) REGULAR POSTS OF ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY IN THE PUNJAB HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

QUALIFICATION:         

MBBS or equivalent medical qualifications recognized by the PMDC and the following Postgraduate qualification in the subject:-

D.Sc., Ph.D., M.D., M.Phil (Pak) or equivalent qualification recognized by the PMDC.

Credit will be given for original research work published in a standard medical journal and teaching experience in recognized institution.

PAY :   BS-18

AGE:    25 to 45 + 5 years general age relaxation in upper age limit for Male candidates = 50 years and

            25 to 45 + 08 years general age relaxation in upper age limit for Female candidates = 53 years on

            12-05-2014 as per Govt. of Punjab, S&GAD Notification No. SOR-I (S&GAD) 9-36/81 dated 21-05-2012.

 

DOMICILE:       Punjab.

GENDER:          Male, Female & Shemale.

PLACE OF POSTING: Various teaching hospitals in Punjab.

INFORMATION & CULTURE DEPARTMENT

SR. NO. 63.     (CASE NO.14-RB/2014) RECRUITMENT OF 04 POSTS OF INFORMATION OFFICER ON THREE YEARS CONTRACT BASIS IN THE DIRECTORATE GENERAL PUBLIC RELATION, PUNJAB, INFORMATION & CULTURE DEPARTMENT.

QUALIFICATION:         

Master degree (2nd class) in Journalism or Mass Communication or Political Science or History or Urdu Literature or English Literature from a recognized university.

EXPERIENCE:   Two years experience in Journalism or Mass Communication including work in the national newspaper / periodical of repute or regional newspaper having A.B.C certification or a recognized News Agency / Television Network / Radio Broadcasting Organization of Publicity in a Government Office.

PAY :   BS-17

AGE:    21 to 35 + 5 years general age relaxation in upper age limit for Male candidates = 40 years and

21 to 35 + 08 years general age relaxation in upper age limit for Female candidates = 43 years on

12-05-2014 as per Govt. of Punjab, S&GAD Notification No. SOR-I (S&GAD) 9-36/81 dated 21-05-2012.

DOMICILE:                   Punjab.

GENDER:                      Male, Female & Shemale.

PLACE OF POSTING: Any Where in Punjab Province.

SYLLABUS FOR WRITTEN EXAMINATION:

One paper written test (Subjective type) of 100 marks with the following syllabus will be conducted:-

Current affairs, Pakistan affairs, Islamic affairs, International relations, Basic concept of Political Science, and knowledge of Journalism/Mass Communication.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1.   Applicants are required to submit ONLINE Application Forms by the closing date which is 12-05-2014. Candidates should fill the ON-LINE Form carefully for which detailed Guidelines and Instructions have been given on Punjab Public             Service Commission’s website: www.ppsc.gop.pk. Editing options, to correct any data, will be available to the candidates till 4:00 p.m. (Office closing time) of last date of submission of       online applications.

2.   Original Treasury receipt of Rs.400/- under head: “C02101-ORGANIZATIONS OF STATE-EXAMINATION FEE REALIZED BY THE PUNJAB PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION”, will be deposited in any branch of State Bank of Pakistan or National Bank of Pakistan or Government Treasury and receipt number will be mentioned in the Online application form. Original receipt will be produced at the time      of written test, interview / viva voce without which candidates will not be allowed to appear in the test, interview / viva voce.       Original receipt will be retained by PPSC staff, for record purposes.

3.   HARD COPY of ON-LINE Application Form is not needed.

SPSC Lecturer MCQS Sample Paper

SPSC Lecturer MCQS Paper Sample

01. Nuclear fusion, like nuclear fission:
(A) is a chain process (B) is exoergic
(C) produces several radioactive products ( D) involves isotopes of heavy nuclei
02. Which of the following spectroscopy uses an energy source of around 70ev?
(A) Mass spectroscopy (B) NMR Spectroscopy (C) IR (D) Atomic absorption
03. If coordination number is 6, the radius ratio is:
(A) 0.155 (B) 0.414 (C) 0.225 (D) 0.7071
04. The geometry and type of hybrid orbital present about the central atom in BF3 is
(A) Linear, is (B) Trigonal planner, sp2 (C) Tetrahedral, sp3
(D) Pyramidal, sp3
05. 30 P15 is unstable because:
(A) its n/p ratio is just 1 (B) it is odd-odd nuclear (C) its Z is odd
(D) it is chemical reactive
06. The structure that remains after an acid has given up proton is called:
(A) conjugate acid (B) conjugate base (C) conjugate salt
(D) conjugate proton
07. In HB3 molecule the H-B-H bond angle is 1200. What kind of hybridization is likely?
(A) sp (B) sp2 (C) sp3 (D) sp3 d
08. The circle temperature of water is higher than 02. because the H20 molecules have
(A) fewer electrons than 02 (B) Two covalent bonds (C) V-shape
(D) Dipole moment
09. When a nucleus emits beta particles, the parent and daughter nuclei are:
(A) Isobars (B) Isotopes (C) Nuclear isomers (D) Isotones
10. The uranium-238 decays to thorium-234 process of :
(A) Alpha radiation (B) Beta radiation (C) Gamma radiation (D) Fission
(E) Fusion
11. If pure P orbitals were used in forming the B-F bonds in BF3, angles 900 would be expected. The actual observed bond angle is 1200. What concept might be useful in explaining the observed angles?
(A) VSEPR theory (B) Ligend field theory (C) M.O theory
(D) Hybridization
12. The complexes that contain less than three d-electrons are
(A) stable (B) inert (C) unstable (D) labile
13. A gas is said to behave like an ideal gas when the relation PV/T = Constant. When do you expect a real gas to behave like ideal gas
(A) when the temperature is low
(B) when both the temperature and pressure are low
(C) when both temperature and pressure are high
(D) when the temperature is high and pressure is low
14 Which of the following units represent the largest amount of energy:
(A) Calorie (B) Joule (C) Erg (D) Electron Volt 15 If in the reaction of Flourine-19 with a neutron, nitrogen-16 is formed, what is the other particle given off in the reactions.
(A) 10H (B) 24He (C) 10C (D) 11H
16. When two cubes are pressed over each other they unite to from one cube. Which of the following force is responsible for holding them together:
(A) Vander wall’ s forces (B) Covalent attraction
(C) Hydrogen bond formation (D) Dipole-dipole interaction
17. If P pure orbitals are used in forming the C –H bond in CH4 angles of 900 would be expected. The observed angles are 1090 each. What concept might be useful in explaining the observed angles?
(A) M.O Theory (B) Ligand field Theory (C) Hybridization
(D) Crystal Field Theory
18. The high polymer of Ethylene is known as:
(A) Polytyene (B) Tyrene (C) Tetralene (D) Polythene
19. The formula of potassium cobaltinitrite is:
(A) K2 [ Co (NO)6 ] (B) K3 [ Co (NO2)6] (C) K [Co (NO2)6] (D) K3 [Co(NO)6] 20. An example of a nonstoichiometric compound
(A) Al2O3 (B) Fe3O4 (C) Ni O2 (D) Pbo
21. The radioactivity due to C-14 isotope (half life 6000 yrs) a sample of wood form an ancient tomb was found to be nearly half of that fresh wood. The tomb is therefore about
(A) 3000 yrs (B) 9000 yrs (C) 6000 yrs (D) 12000 yrs
22. Principal quantum number determines how far from the nucleus the
is to be found
(A) proton (B) neutron (C) electron
23. Elements of s-block all have configmations
(A) ns1/ ns2 (B) ns3 / ns4 (C) ns5 ns
24. Bronsted acid is a proton
(A) accept (B) donor (C) none
25. The distance between the two successive crests or two successive troughs is called
(A) wave – length (B) frequency (C) wave number  Next 25 Questions

SPSC Syllabus of BSc Forestry Course 2014-2016

SYLLABUS FOR THE COMPETTIVE EXAMINATION
TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE SINDH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION FOR
THE SELECTION OF CANDIDATES FOR B.SC FORESTRY COURSE 2014-2016
AT THE PAKISTAN FOREST INSTITUTE PESHAWAR
The Examination shall include compulsory and optional subjects and every candidate shall take all compulsory subjects and any two of optional subjects.
i. A candidate shall answer the paper in English.
ii. The Compulsory and optional subjects and the maximum marks fixed for each subject shall be
as shown in the statement below:-
Sr. No. SUBJECT MAXIMUM MARKS
(a)  COMPULSORY SUBJECTS
1. English (Including Essay and précis writing) 100
2. General Knowledge 100
3. Viva – voce. 200
(b)  OPTIONAL SUBJECTS
1. Mathematics 200
2. Physics 200
3. Chemistry 200
4. Biology 200
5. Agriculture 200
N O T E:
1) Standard will be the same as for intermediate (Class XII) Examination exact percentage of qualifying marks would be fixed by the Commission after the Examination.
2) Failure in or absence from Viva – Voce would mean that the candidate has failed to qualify and his name will not be included in the merit list.
3) All the papers shall be of Three Hours duration.
4) If a candidate’s handwriting is not easily legible a deduction may be made on this account from the total marks secured by him.
5) Credit will be given for good English including  orderly effective and exact expression combined with due economy of words, in all the subjects of the examination and not only in the subjects which are specially devoted to English.
6) Name of candidates who qualify shall be arrangedin order of merit according to the aggregate marks obtained at the Examination. Provided that in the event of tie, the order of merit shall be determined in accordance with the higher marks secured in the Viva-Voce ,should the marks secured in the Viva-Voce of the candidates who are equal than the order of the merit shall be determined in accordance with the highest marks obtained by
such candidates in the aggregate of the compulsory Subjects.
7) The selected candidates will be given one month’s practical field training (at their own cost including traveling expenses) before joining Pakistan Forest Institute Peshawar.
8) The selected candidate will have to undergo Medical Examination by a Competent Authority and furnish physical fitness certificate to the Chief Conservator of Forest, Sindh, Hyderabad.
9) On completion of training, the successful candidates will be appointed as Forest Rangers in the Sindh Forest Department against the temporary posts of Forest Rangers in BPS-16.

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