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FEDERAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION


(Curriculum & Research Wing)

Schemes and Syllabi for Screening/Professional Tests as well as Descriptive Examination


Relating to Posts Advertised under Consolidated Advertisement No. 12/2017
S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
1. 281/2017 Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/ Electrical/ For (A) Civil Engineering
Assistant Executive Objective Type Test (MCQ)
Mechanical/ Architecture/ Town Planning Part-I
Engineer (BS-17),
Engineering from a recognized Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structure.
A. Civil Engineering University. Part-II
English = 20 marks
 Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering
B. Electrical
Part-II  Hydraulic & Hydrology
Engineering
 Surveying & Levelling
Professional Test=80 marks
C. Mechanical  Construction Management
Engineering  Building Material & Building Construction
D. Architecture  Structural Design Applications
 Engineering Materials
E. Town Planning  Concrete Technology & R.C.C Structure Design
MES, Ministry of  Reinforced Concrete
Defence.  Sewage Treatment
 Preparation of Technical/ Project Proposal
 PC-1 for Building and Infrastructure Projects
 Project Management & Supervision
 Contract Management.
 Basic IT/Computer Knowledge
 Costing and Estimation
 Water Resources and Water Supply Design
 Steel Structure, Design and Analysis
 Environmental Engineering
For (B) Electrical Engineering
Part-I
Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structure.
Part-II
 Electric Circuits
 Semiconductor Devices
 Electrical Instrumentation
 Power Transmission
 Power System Operation and Control
 Power System Protection
 High Voltage Engineering
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
 Electrostatics & Electronic System Design
 DC Motors & Generators
 Transmission Lines & Antennas
 Basic IT/Computer Knowledge
 DC Generators and Batteries
 Power Factor and Power Factor Improvement
 AC Fundaments
 AC Motors and AC Generators
 Power System Analysis
 Heating Ventilation and AC Equipment
 Project Management
 Alternative Energy Sources
For (C) Mechanical Engineering
Part-I
Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structure.
Part-II
 Heat Transfer
 Thermodynamics
 Industrial Materials
 Machine Design and Drawing
 Mechanics of Machines
 Production Management & Quality Control
 Workshop Technology
 Hydraulic Machines
 Basic IT/Computer Knowledge
 Heating Ventilation and AC Equipment (in depth
knowledge)
 Project Management
For (D) Architecture Engineering
Part-I
Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structure.
Part-II
 Building Materials,
 Surveying,
 Estimation and Quantity Surveying,
 Environmental Control Systems,
 Environmental Engineering,
 Plumbing Design,
 Architectural Design,
 Theory of Structures,
 Soil Mechanics,
 Construction Management,
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
 Project Scheduling,
 Building Standards,
 Auto-Cad.
 3D Max
 MS Office
 Project Management
For (E) Town Planning
Part-I
Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structure.
Part-II
 Introduction to Planning,
 Planning Surveys,
 Planning Theories,
 Auto-Cad,
 Environmental Planning,
 Socio-Economic Aspects of Planning,
 History of Urban Planning,
 Transportation Planning,
 Environmental Engineering,
 Regional Planning,
 Site Planning and Urban Design,
 Building & Development Control,
 City Planning,
 Development Planning in Pakistan.
 Action Area Planning
 Zoning and Land Sub Division
 Planning Techniques
 Urban Growth Boundaries
 Urban Housing
 Sustainable Development
 MS Office
 Project Management
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
2. 289/2017 Bio Medical Engineer Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Bachelor’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
(BS-17 plus 25% degree in Bio-Medical Engineering or Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
special pay), Health equivalent qualification from a University/ Part-II
English = 20 marks
Department, Gilgit Institute recognized by the HEC.  Human Anatomy
Baltistan, Ministry of Part-II  Biomechanics
Kashmir Affairs and Professional Test=80 marks  Bio-Instrumentation
Gilgit Baltistan.  Patient Monitoring Equipment
 Therapic Equipment
 Radiological Equipment
 Safety in Medical Equipments
 Rehabilitation Engineering
 Kinesiology.
 Gait analysis
3. 294/2017 Hospital Dietitian (BS- i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ M.Sc. in Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
17 Plus 25% Special Human Nutrition or equivalent from a Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Pay), Health University recognized by the HEC. Part-II
English = 20 marks
Department, Gilgit ii. Two (2) years post qualification  Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition
Baltistan, Ministry of experience in the relevant field. Part-II  Principles of Diet Therapy.
Kashmir Affairs and Professional Test=80 marks  Planning & Preparation of Balanced Diet.
Gilgit Baltistan.  Physiological aspect of Nutrition
 Food Microbiology
 Energy Value of Foods
 Sanitation and Hygiene
 Regulation of food intake,
 Nutritional requirements
 Nutrition Health & Prevention
4. 296/2017 Health Education and i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Nutrition Officer (BS- Degree in Biological Science/ Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
17 Plus 25% Special Sociology with Human Nutrition as Part-II
English = 20 marks
Pay), Health Major subject.  Fundamentals of Food & Nutrition
Department, Gilgit ii. Two (2) years post qualification Part-II  Principles of Diet Therapy.
Baltistan, Ministry of experience in Health Education and Professional Test=80 marks  Planning & Preparation of Balanced Diet.
Kashmir Affairs and Nutrition.  Physiological aspect of Nutrition
Gilgit Baltistan.  Food Microbiology
 Energy Value of Foods
 Sanitation and Hygiene
 Regulation of food intake,
 Nutritional requirements
 Nutrition Health & Prevention
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
5. 297/2017 Junior Scientific Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Officer (BS-17), Electronics/ Chemical/ Electrical. Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Pakistan Navy, Ministry OR Part-II
English = 20 marks
of Defence. i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s  Matter and its Properties
Degree in Physics/ Chemistry/ Textile Part-II  Atomic Structure
Chemistry/ Metallurgy. General Science  Compounds and Bonding
ii. In case of Metallurgy knowledge of Test=80 marks  Chemical Reactions
Ferrous and Non Ferrous materials  Aqueous Solutions
and modern special technique.  Acids and Bases
iii. In case of Textile Chemistry two (2)  Phases of Matter
years post qualification experience in
 Gases
Textile Chemistry.
 Organic Molecules
 Organic Products (Polymers, Oil, Soaps, Paints,
Varnishes and Detergents)
 Organic Reactions
 Radioactivity and its Applications
 Analytical Techniques (Gravimetric and Calorimetric,
Chromatographic and Spectroscopic Techniques)
 Metal and alloys
 Instrumentation (UV/Visible, FTIR, GC, HPLC, XRF,
XRD, Pollution (Water and Air))
 Units
 Constants
 Periodic Table
6. 298/2017 Junior Scientific i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Officer (Fumigation Degree in Chemistry/ Agriculture/ Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
and Pest Control) (BS- Entomology. Part-II
English = 20 marks
17), Pakistan Navy, ii. Two (2) years post qualification  Principles and Methods of Pest Control
Ministry Of Defence. experience in the field of prescribed Part-II  Principles of Insect Pest Management
qualification. Professional Test=80 marks  Fumigation & Pest Control Measures
OR  Maintenance of Equipments for Fumigation & Pest
i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Bachelor’s Control
Degree with Chemistry/ Agriculture  Testing of Chemical Poisons
with Entomology  Testing of Insecticides
ii. Three (3) years post qualification  Checking of Residual Chemicals & Poison etc.
experience in the field of prescribed
 Oxygen and Ozone Chemistry
qualification.
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
7. 299/2017 Assistant Director (BS- Second Class or Grade ‘C’ M.Sc. degree Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
17) Geological Survey of in Geology or equivalent qualification Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Pakistan, Ministry of from a University recognized by the HEC. Part-I Part-II
Petroleum and Natural  Introduction to Physical Geology
English = 20 marks  Stratigraphy
Resources
Part-II  Structural Geology
 Plate Tectonics
Professional Test=80 marks  Palaeontology (Invertebrate & Vertebrate)
 Geochemistry
 Geological Mapping
 Petroleum Geology
 Engineering and Environmental Geology
 Mineral and Energy Resources
8. 300/2017 Assistant Director Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Tourism (BS-17 Plus degree in Social Sciences/ MBA/ MPA Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
25% Special Pay), from a university recognized by HEC. Part-II
English = 20 marks
9. 301/2017 Assistant Director  Mountaineering Rules & Regulations
Culture (BS-17 Plus Part-II
 Trekking Rules & Regulations
25% Special Pay), Professional Test=80 marks  Issuance of Mountaineering/ Trekking permits for
Tourism, Youth Affairs, Gilgit-Baltistan
Sports, Culture and  Gilgit-Baltistan Council System of Financial Control
Archaeology and
and Budgeting Rules, 2010.
Museum Department,
Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry  Gilgit-Baltistan Council Rules of Business, 2010
Of Kashmir Affairs And
Gilgit Baltistan.
10. 303/2017 Assistant Private i. Second Class or Grade “C” Bachelor’s  Typing Test with minimum Speed of 50 W.P.M 50 Marks
Secretary (BS-16), degree from a University recognized  Shorthand Test with minimum Speed of 100 W.P.M 50 Marks
Bureau of Emigration & by HEC.
Overseas Employment, ii. A minimum speed of 100/50 W.P.M in
Ministry of Overseas shorthand/typing respectively
Pakistanis & Human iii. Certification in Computer Operations.
Resource Development.
11. 305/2017 Assistant Director i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
(BS-17 Plus 25% Degree in Commerce/ Economics/ Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Special Pay), Food MBA/ MPA from a University Part-II
English = 20 marks  General Science
Department, Gilgit recognized by the HEC.
Baltistan, Ministry of ii. Two (2) years post qualification Part-II  Basic knowledge of I.T
Kashmir Affairs and experience in Administration/ Professional Test=80 marks  Procedures of Receipt and Issue of Stores
Gilgit Baltistan. Transportation/ Distribution/ Supply/  Stores procedures with relation to following topics:-
Storage/ Marketing of Civil supplies in a. Stock Taking
Public/ well reputed private b. Care and preservation of Equipments and
organization. Stores
c. Ware House Management
 Public Procurement Rules, 2004
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
12. 306/2017 Civil Supply Officer i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
(BS-16 Plus 25% Degree in Commerce/ Economics/ Part-I Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Special Pay), Food BBA from a University recognized by Part-II
English = 20 marks  Basic Arithmetic
Department, Gilgit the HEC.
Baltistan, Ministry of ii. Two (2) years post qualification Part-II  General Science
Kashmir Affairs and experience in Administration/ Professional Test=80 marks  Basic knowledge of I.T
Gilgit Baltistan. Transportation/ Distribution/ Supply/  Procedures of Receipt and Issue of Stores
Storage/ Marketing of Civil supplies in  Stores procedures with relation to following topics:-
Public/ well reputed private a. Stock Taking
organization. b. Care and preservation of Equipments and
Stores
c. Ware House Management
 Public Procurement Rules, 2004
13. 307/2017 Assistant District MBBS or equivalent qualification Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Health Officer (BS-17 recognized by Pakistan Medical and Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Plus 25% Special Pay), Dental Council. Part-II
English = 20 marks
Health Department,  Core courses of MBBS degree program.
Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry Part-II
 Health Policy of the Government and future plans
of Kashmir Affairs and Professional Test=80 marks for Health Services to Public
Gilgit Baltistan.  Care Vs Cure for Health Management
14. 310/2017 Assistant Mechanical i. Three (3) years post Matric Diploma in Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Engineer (BS-16), Mechanical from a recognized Part-I Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
Pakistan Meteorological Institution. Part-II
English = 20 marks  Machine Design and Drawing
Department, Cabinet ii. Three (3) years post qualification
Secretariat (Aviation experience in operation & Part-II  Mechanics of Machines
Division) maintenance of mechanical Professional Test=80 marks  Measurement & Instrumentation
equipment.  Production Management & Quality Control
 Heat and Mass Transfer
 Workshop Practice
 Hydraulic Machines
 Mechanics and Strength of Materials
 Manufacturing processes
 Thermodynamics
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S. Case No. Particulars of Post(s) Qualifications for Posts Test Specification Topics of Syllabi
No F.4-
15. 315/2017 Ordnance Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Objective Type Test (MCQ) Part-I
Management Officer Degree in Business Administration Part-I Vocabulary, Grammar Usage, Sentence Structuring.
(Grade-III) (BS-17), (Banking/Finance/Accounts)/ Commerce/ Part-II
English = 20 marks
OS Directorate, GHQ, ICMA or equivalent qualification from a  Accounting Principles & Procedures,
Ministry of Defence. University recognized by the HEC. Part-II  Journal, Ledger & Cash Book,
Professional Test=80 marks  Annual Budget,
 Adjustment & Depreciation,
 Financial Planning & Cost Accounting,
 Head of Accounts, Re-appropriation of Accounts and
Supplementary Grant,
 Settlement of Audit Objections
 Preparation of Pension Documents.
 System of Financial Control and Budgeting, 2006
 Public Procurement Rules, 2004
16. 317/2017 Assistant Private i. Second Class or Grade “C” Bachelor’s  Typing Test with minimum Speed of 50 W.P.M 50 Marks
Secretary (BS-16), degree from a University recognized  Shorthand Test with minimum Speed of 100 W.P.M 50 Marks
Federal Public Service by HEC.
Commission. ii. A minimum speed of 100/50 W.P.M in
shorthand/typing respectively
iii. Certification in Computer Operations.
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Scheme and Syllabus for Written Examination (Descriptive)


for all Posts in BS-20 advertised under Consolidated
Advertisement No. 12/2017

Case No. F.4-222/2017-R


Particulars of post Director General (BS-20), National Archives of Pakistan,
Cabinet Division
Minimum i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s degree in Chemistry/
Qualification & History/ Political Science/Pakistan Studies from a recognized
Experience: University.
ii. Two publications in the field of Archives.
iii. Seventeen (17) years post qualification experience in a post in
BS-17 and above OR equivalent including twelve (12) years
experience in the Archives Management.
Case No. F.4-302/2017-R
Particulars of post Director General (BS-20), National Health Emergency
Preparedness & Response Network, Ministry of National Health
Services, Regulations & Coordination
Minimum i. MBBS or equivalent qualification recognized by PM&DC.
Qualification & ii. MD/MS/MDS/ FCPS or equivalent qualifications with other
Experience: nomenclatures recognized by PM&DC.
iii. Seventeen (17) years post qualification experience in the
relevant field.

PAPER: ENGLISH (100 MARKS)

English Essay: Candidates will be required to write an Essay in English from three
topics comprising approximately 2000 words. Candidates are expected to reflect
comprehensive and research based knowledge on a selected topic. Candidate’s
articulation, expression and technical treatment of the style of English Essay writing
will be examined.
OR
Case Study: Candidates will be given real situation case studies related to
advertised posts/organization concerned and will be expected from the candidates to
present (i) identification of issues (ii) evaluation of issues (iii) legal or case related
theories (iv) evaluation of case facts if required and (v) possible solution of the case
or writing judicial order, if the case so requires.
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Schemes and Syllabi for Written Examination (Descriptive)


for All Posts in BS-18 & BS-19 included in Consolidated
Advertisement No. 12/2017
PAPER-I: ENGLISH
Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
(i) English Essay-50 Marks: Candidates will be required to write an Essay in English
comprising 1500 words from a set of six given topics. Candidates are expected to
reflect comprehensive and research based knowledge on a selected topic.
Candidate’s articulation, expression and technical approach to the style of English
Essay writing will be examined.
(ii) English (Composition and Précis)-50 Marks:
The examination will test the candidate’s abilities to handle Précis Writing, Reading
Comprehension, Sentence Structuring, Translation, Grammar and Vocabulary, etc.
Précis Writing (10 marks): A selected passage with an orientation of generic
understanding and enough flexibility for compression shall be given for précising and
suggesting an appropriate title.
Reading Comprehension (10 marks)
A selected passage that is rich in substance but not very technical or discipline-
specific shall be given, followed by five questions, each carrying 2 marks.
Grammar and Vocabulary (10 marks): Correct usage of Tense, Articles,
Prepositions, Conjunctions, Punctuation, Phrasal Verbs, Synonyms and Antonyms etc.
Sentence Correction (5 marks): Ten sentences shall be given each having a clear
structural flaw in terms of grammar or punctuation. The candidates shall be asked to
rewrite them with really needed correction only, without marking unnecessary
alterations. No two or more sentences should have exactly the same problem, and 2-3
sentences shall be based on correction of punctuation marks.
Grouping of Words (5 marks): A random list of ten words of moderate standard
(neither very easy nor utterly unfamiliar) shall be given, to be grouped by the
candidates in pairs of those having similar or opposite meaning, as may be clearly
directed in the question.
Pairs of Words (5 marks): Five pairs shall be given of seemingly similar words with
different meanings, generally confused in communication, for bringing out the
difference in meaning of any five of them by first explaining them in parenthesis and
then using them in sentences.
Translation (5 marks): Ten short Urdu sentences involving structural composition,
significant terms and figurative/idiomatic expressions shall be given, to be accurately
translated in English.
SUGGESTED READINGS
Sr. No. Title Author
1. English Grammar in Use Raymond Murphy (Cambridge University Press)
2. Practical English Usage M. Swan (Oxford University Press)
3. The Little, Brown Handbook H. Ramsey Flower & Jane Aaron (The Little,
Brown & Co; Harper Collins)
4. A University English Grammar R. Quirk & S. Greenbaum (ELBS; Longmans)
5. Write Better, Speak Better Readers Digest Association
6. Modern English in Action Henry Christ (D.C. Heath & Co.)
7. Exploring the World of English Syed Saadat Ali Shah
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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No. F.4-17/2017-R
Particulars of post Associate Professor/Vice Principal (English) (Male) (BS-19),
F.G. Colleges, Federal Directorate of Education, Capital
Administration and Development Division.
Minimum Ph.D. Degree in English with eight (8) years’ post qualification
Qualification & teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
Experience: OR
M.Phil Degree in English with ten (10) years’ post qualification
teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in English with twelve
(12) years’ post qualification teaching and administrative
experience at College/ University level.

Part-I: (English) 50 Marks


I. Essays:
 Bertrand Russell (The Conquest of Happiness)
 George Orwell (Politics and the English Language; The Prevention of Literature)
 Ralph Waldo Emerson (The Transcendentalist; Self-reliance)

II. Short Stories:


 Somerset Maugham (The Lotus-eater)
 G.K.Chesterton (A Somewhat Improbable Story)
 O’Henry (The Gift of the Magi)

III. Poetry:
 William Wordsworth (Resolution Independence; Tintern Abbey)
 John Keats (Ode to a Nightingale; Ode to Autumn)
 Lord Alfred Tennyson (Ulysses; The Lady of Shalott)
 Yeats (A Dialogue of Self and Soul; The Second Coming)
 Eliot (The Wasteland; Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock)
 Philip Larkin (Maturity; Continuing to Live; The Trees)
 Wallace Stevens (A postcard from the volcano; Continual conversation with a
silent man; Dry loaf) OR Walt Whitman (As I ponder’d in silence; Are you the
new person drawn toward me?; This moment yearning and thoughtful)

IV. Drama:
 Shakespeare (Hamlet; King Lear, As you like it and Twelfth Night)
 William Congreve (The Way of the World)
 Shaw (Pygmalion; Heartbreak House )
 Harold Pinter (The Caretaker)
 Samuel Beckett (Waiting for Godot)
 Eugene O’Neill (Long Day’s Journey into Night)
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V. Novels:
 Thomas Hardy (Far from the Madding Crowd)
 D.H. Lawrence (Sons and Lovers)
 George Orwell (Nineteen Eighty-four)
 James Joyce (A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man)
 Iris Murdoch (Under the Net)
 Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Scarlet Letter) or William Faulkner (The Sound
and the Fury)

VI. Literacy Theory & Criticism


 Structuralism
 Marxism
 Deconstructionism
 Psychoanalytic criticism
 Feminist criticism
 Postcolonial Criticism

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks


I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies
 Process of Classroom Communication
 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation
 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision
 The Concept of Administration
 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education
 Scientific Method and its Application in Education
 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing
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SUGGESTED READINGS

S.No. Title Author


1. The basics Literary Theory. (Second Bertens, H. (2008).
edition). Routledge.
2. Literary Theory: An Introduction. Eagleton, E. (2008).
(Anniversary Edition).
3. A New Handbook of Literary Terms. Mikics, W. (2007).
4. A Companion to Twentieth Century Poetry. Roberts, N. (2003).
5. A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Selden, R., Widdowson, P., &
Literary Theory. (Fifth edition). Brooker, P. (2005)
6. Twentieth Century British Drama. Smart, J. (2001).
7. Modern Critical Views & Interpretations, Harold Bloom
ed: 80’s and 90’s editions.
8. A Companion to 20th Century Drama Krasner David. 2005.
Oxford: Blackwell.
9. Research in Education JW Best
10. Integrating Education Technology into Roblyer
Teaching
11. Curriculum Development S. M. Shahid
12. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S. M. Shahid
13. Educational Administration S. M. Shahid
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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No. F.4-256/2017-R
Particulars of post Joint Census Commissioner (Geography) (BS-19), Pakistan
Bureau of Statistics, Statistics Division, Ministry of Finance,
Revenue, Economics Affairs, Privatization & Statistics.
Minimum Qualification Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in Geography with
& Experience: twelve (12) years post qualification experience in the field of
Geographic/ Cartographic work and delineation work.
Part-I: 50 Marks
(Human Resource, Financial Management,
Quality Management and Information Technology)

I. Human Resource and Financial Management


Definition, Significance and Scope of Human Resource Management;
Organization—Types of Organization, Theory of Organization, Principles of
Organization, Organization of the Federal and Provincial Governments, Public
Sector Enterprises; Approaches to Human Resource Management. Personnel
Administration—Tools of Personnel Management: Selection, Training, Promotion,
Compensation, Discipline; Communication, Communication Channels and Principles
of Public Relations; Human Behaviour and Organizations Administration.—Elements
of Financial Administration, Performance Programmed Budgeting, Capital Budget,
Principles of Budgeting, Auditing and Accounting.

II. Basic Concept of Quality Management


ISO-9000, ISO-13000, other certifications regarding quality measurement;
management, management for Results, Setting Performance Goals and Targets;
Job Analysis: Job Description, Job Specification, Performance Evaluation;

III. Information Technology and MS Office


Fundamentals of Computer: CPU, Memory Devices, Types of Computers,
Characteristics of Computer and related material; Application Software: Microsoft
Word, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Excel; Search Engines, Web Design, Email,
Internet Surfing, Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc); General Introduction to
Virus and Antivirus utilities; Programming Languages

Part-II: 50 Marks
(Geography)
I. Geographic patterns of culture, Classification of Languages, Ethnic Conflicts, Factors
of Ethnic Cleansing, Ethnic Cleansing in the World, Development Indicators, Economic
Indicators, Social Indicators, Health Indicators, Development through Trade, Impacts
of development Indicators.
II. Factors effecting Agriculture, Subsistence Agriculture and population growth,
Commercial Agriculture and Market Forces, Sustainable Agriculture, Types and
Distribution of Agriculture, Factors of Industrial locations, Distribution of Industries and
Industrial Estates, Renewable Resources, Recycling Resources, Sustainable
resources.
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III. Factors of Population Growth, Components of Change, Population Structure, The


Demographic Transition, Over and under Population threats and their consequences.
IV. Politics, Geography and Political Geography, State as a Politico-Territorial
Phenomenon, State, Nation and the Nation-State, Global patterns in health and
diseases, Models in medical geography, Recent issues and developments.

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. Human Resource Management H.T.Graham &Roger
Bennett
2. Management James A.F.Stoner,
R.Eward
Freeman, Daniel R.Gilbert
Jr.
3. Understanding Computer: Today and Deborah Morley, Charles
Tomorrow Parker
4. MS Office 365 Handbook: 2013 Edition Kevin Wilson
5. Text Book of Population Geography, Dr. Martin Ardagh (2013).
6. Tourism Geography Shweta Singh (2013).
7. Natural Disaster Management: New Subir Ghosh (2012).
technologies and opportunities,
8. Population Geography Clarke, J. I. (1965).
9. Human Geography Cultural Society and De Blij. H. J. (2003).
Space.
10. Political Geography: The Spatiality of Dikshit, R. D. (2001).
Politics.
11. Human Geography Landscape of Human Getis, Fellman. (2005).
Activities.
12. An Introduction to Agricultural Geography. Grigg, D. (1984).
London: Hutchinson.
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Case No. F.4-287/2017-R
Particulars of post Assistant Chief (BS-18), Ministry of Industries and Production.
Minimum i. Bachelor Degree or equivalent qualifications in Mechanical/
Qualification & Chemical Engineering.
Experience: ii. Five years experience of work and/ or research relating to
Industry/ Commerce/ Science.
OR
i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master Degree or equivalent
qualifications in Economics/ Statistics/ Business Administration/
Mathematics (with Economics/ Statistics as a subject in Degree
Course)/ Commerce.
ii. Five years experience of work and/ or research relating to
Development Economics/ Public Finance/ Banking/ International
Economics or other fields of economic activity involving policy
and development.

Part-I: (Research and Planning) 50 Marks


i. Communication Skills, Technical Writing and Presentation Skills
Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Translation skills, Study skills, Academic skills,
Academic writing, Technical Report writing, Progress report writing, Presentation skills
ii. Planning and Management
a) Project Management
Project Management, Processes Integration Management, Project Plan
Development, Project Plan Execution and Overall Change Control.
b) Scope Management
Initiation, Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Scope Verification and Scope Change
Control.
c) Time Management
Activity Definition, Activity Sequencing, Activity Duration Estimation, Schedule
Development and Schedule Control.
d) Communications Management
Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting and
Administrative Closure.
e) Statistical Techniques
All statistical techniques related to Planning & Research
Part-II: 50 Marks
(Human Resource, Financial Management,
Quality Management and Information Technology)

I. Human Resource and Financial Management


Definition, Significance and Scope of Human Resource Management;
Organization—Types of Organization, Theory of Organization, Principles of
Organization, Organization of the Federal and Provincial Governments, Public
Sector Enterprises; Approaches to Human Resource Management. Personnel
Administration—Tools of Personnel Management: Selection, Training, Promotion,
Compensation, Discipline; Communication, Communication Channels and Principles
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of Public Relations; Human Behaviour and Organizations Administration.—Elements


of Financial Administration, Performance Programmed Budgeting, Capital Budget,
Principles of Budgeting, Auditing and Accounting.

II. Basic Concept of Quality Management


ISO-9000, ISO-13000, other certifications regarding quality measurement;
management, management for Results, Setting Performance Goals and Targets;
Job Analysis: Job Description, Job Specification, Performance Evaluation;

III. Information Technology and MS Office


Fundamentals of Computer: CPU, Memory Devices, Types of Computers,
Characteristics of Computer and related material; Application Software: Microsoft
Word, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Excel; Search Engines, Web Design, Email,
Internet Surfing, Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc); General Introduction to
Virus and Antivirus utilities; Programming Languages

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. Practical English Grammar A.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet.
2. Writing. Intermediate Marie-Chrisitine Boutin, Suzanne Brinand
and Francoise Grellet.
3. Writing. Upper-Intermediate Rob Nolasco.
4. Reading. Advanced Brian Tomlinson and Rod Ellis.
5. Study Skills Riachard Yorky
6. Writing. Advanced Ron White.
7. College Writing Skills John Langan.
8. Patterns of College Writing Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell.
9. The Mercury Reader. A Custom Janice Neulib; Kathleen Shine Cain;
Publication. Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton.
10. Project Management Body of Project Management Institute (PMI)
Knowledge, standards committee
11. Software Project Management S.A. Kelkar, A Concise Study, Prentice Hall
of India.
12. Human Resource Management H.T. Graham &Roger Bennett
13. Management James A.F. Stoner, R. Eward
Freeman, Daniel R. Gilbert Jr.
14. Understanding Computer: Today Deborah Morley, Charles Parker
and Tomorrow
15. MS Office 365 Handbook: 2013 Kevin Wilson
Edition
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Case No. F.4-288-A/2016-R
Particulars of post Associate Professor (Male) (Islamic Studies) (BS-19), F.G.
Colleges, Federal Government Educational Institutions (Cantts/
Garrisons), Ministry of Defence
Minimum Qualification Ph.D. Degree in the relevant subject with eight (08) year post
& Experience: qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
M.Phil. Degree in the relevant subject with ten (10) years post
qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in the relevant
subject with twelve (12) years post qualification teaching and
administrative experience at College/ University level.

Part-I: (Islamic Studies) 50 Marks


I. Islam: the Code of Life
 Salient features of Islamic;
o Social System
o Political System
o Economic System
o Judicial System
o Administrative System
 Responsibilities of Civil Servants
II. Study of Seerah
Need and importance of the study of Seerah Prophet Mohammad (PBAH) as:
 The Role Model
 Merciful for the universe.
 Preacher
 Diplomat
 Teacher and Educationist
 Revolutionary Leader
III. Islamic Civilization and Culture:
 Meanings and the vital elements of Islamic Civilization and Culture
 Role of civilisation in the development of the human personality and communities
 Distinctions of Islamic Civilization;
o Tauheed
o Risalat
o Spiritualism
o Dignity of Man
o Equality
o Social Justice
o Moral values
o Tolerance
o Rule of Law
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IV. Islam and World


 Impact of Islamic Civilization on the West and vice-versa.
 Muslim World and the Contemporary Challenges
 Interaction between East and West.
 Role of Islam in the modern world.
Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks
I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies
 Process of Classroom Communication
 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation
 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision
 The Concept of Administration
 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education
 Scientific Method and its Application in Education
 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing
SUGGESTED READINGS
S. No. Title Author
1. Islam: its meaning and Message Khurshid Ahmad
2. Islam: The Misunderstood Religion Muhammad Qutub
3. Towards Understanding Islam Abul Aala Moudoodi
4. Ideals and Realities of Islam Hussain Nasr,
5. A brief Survey of Muslim Science and Culture Muhammad Abdur –Rahman
6. Quranic Sciences Afzalur Rahman
7. Research in Education JW Best
8. Integrating Education Technology into Teaching Roblyer
9. Curriculum Development S.M. Shahid
10. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S.M. Shahid
11. Educational Administration S.M. Shahid
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Case No. F.4-288-B/2016-R
Particulars of post Associate Professor (Male) (Political Science) (BS-19), F.G.
Colleges, Federal Government Educational Institutions (Cantts/
Garrisons), Ministry of Defence
Minimum Qualification Ph.D. Degree in the relevant subject with eight (08) year post
& Experience: qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
M.Phil. Degree in the relevant subject with ten (10) years post
qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in the relevant
subject with twelve (12) years post qualification teaching and
administrative experience at College/ University level.

Part-I: (Political Science) 50 Marks


I. Political Concept (Western and Islamic):
Sovereignty, Justice, Law, Liberty, Freedom, Equality, Rights and Duties, Human Rights,
Political authority and Power.
II. Comparative Politics:
Political Socialization, Political Culture, Political Development, Political Recruitment, Social
Change, Civil Society, Violence and Terrorism in Politics, Gender and Politics, Women
Empowerment.
III. Political Participation:
Political Change and Revolution, Elections, Electoral System, Public Opinion, Propaganda,
Political Parties, Pressure Groups and Lobbies.
IV. Political Institutions and Role of Government:
Legislature, Executive, Judiciary, Political Elites, Civil-Military and Bureaucracy.
V. Forms of Government:
Monarchy, Democratic, Dictatorship, Totalitarian/Authoritarian, Unitary, Federal,
Confederation, Presidential and Parliamentary
VI. Government and Politics in Pakistan:
Constitution making from 1947 -1956, A comparative and critical analysis of 1956, 1962,
1973 Constitutions of Pakistan, Constitutional Amendments up-to-date, Federal structure in
Pakistan, and Central-Provincial relations after 18th amendment in the Constitution.
Political Culture of Pakistan, Political developments and the Role of civil and military
Bureaucracy, Judiciary, Feudalism, Dynastic Politics, Political Parties and Interest Groups,
Elections and Voting Behavior, Religion and Politics, Ethnicity and National Integration.

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks


I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
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II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies


 Process of Classroom Communication
 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation
 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision
 The Concept of Administration
 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education
 Scientific Method and its Application in Education
 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. Political Thought in Medieval Islam Erwin I.J. Rosenthal
2. Modern Islamic Political Thought Hamid Enayat,
3. International Politics: A Framework for Analysis Holsti, K.J.
4. 21st Century Political Science: A Reference John T.Ishiyama,
Handbook Marijke Breuning,
5. Political Thought from Plato to Present Judd Herman,
6. Government and Politics in Pakistan Mushtaq Ahmad
7. Islami Riyasat Syed Abul Aala
Maudoodi
8. Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Introduction Will Kymlicka
9. Research in Education JW Best
10. Integrating Education Technology into Teaching Roblyer
11. Curriculum Development S. M. Shahid
12. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S. M. Shahid
13. Educational Administration S. M. Shahid
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Case No. F.4-288-C/2016-R
Particulars of post Associate Professor (Male) (History) (BS-19), F.G. Colleges,
Federal Government Educational Institutions (Cantts/ Garrisons),
Ministry of Defence
Minimum Qualification Ph.D. Degree in the relevant subject with eight (08) year post
& Experience: qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
M.Phil. Degree in the relevant subject with ten (10) years post
qualification teaching and administrative experience at College/
University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in the relevant
subject with twelve (12) years post qualification teaching and
administrative experience at College/ University level.

Part-I: (History) 50 Marks


I. Muslim Rule and Heritage in India (712-1857): Political History Arrival, foundation
and consolidation of Muslim rule in India, important rulers of the Slave Dynasty and
the Mughals. The Spirit and legacy of Muslim civilization, Art, Architecture and
literature, Public Administration under Muslim Rules. Sultans, Kings, Economic,
Social, Judicial, Civil and Military system during the Muslim rule, Industry, trade and
commerce under the Muslim patronage, Financial Administration.
II. British Rule in India: 1857-1947: British Imperialism, origin and growth of the East
India Company, Causes and effects of downfall of the Mughal Empire in India, War of
Independence in 1857: Causes and effects.
III. Muslim Struggle for Independence: Role of Shah Wali Ullah, Syed Ahmad
Shaheed and Sir Syed Ahmed Khan towards regeneration of the Muslim of South
Asia, All India Muslim League, Partition of Bengal, Simla Deputation, Lucknow pact;
Khilafat movement. Nahru Report, Quaid-i- Azam’s Fourteen Points.
IV. Pakistan Movement: Allama Iqbal’s Allahabad Address 1930, and Round Table
Conference. The Congress Rule in the provinces-1937-1939, Lahore Resolution
1940, various Missions and Plans for the partition of the South Asia. Founders of
Pakistan: Quaid-i-Azam, Mohsin-ul-Mulk, Syed Amir Ali, Ali Brothers. Sir Agha Khan,
Ch. Khaliq uz Zaman, Chaudhry Rahmat Ali, etc.
V. Separation of East Pakistan: Causes and Effects.
VI. Working of Democracy in Pakistan: Liaquat Ali Khan to Firoz Khan Noon (1947-
1958), Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s Period,(1971-1977),Benazir, Nawaz Sharif, Revival of
Democracy: 1988-1999, Restoration of Democracy (2008 to date), Role of Major
Political Parties and Pressure Groups in the history of Pakistan.

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks


I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
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II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies


 Process of Classroom Communication
 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation
 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision
 The Concept of Administration
 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education
 Scientific Method and its Application in Education
 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing
SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. India’s Struggle for Independence Chandre Bipin, 1989
2. Wavell and the Days of the Raj: Britain’s Chawla, Muhammad
Penultimate Viceroy in India, Iqbal, 2011
3. The Charismatic Leader: Jinnah and the Hayat, Sikandar,
Creation of Pakistan 2007
4. Muslim Civilization of Indo-Pakistan. Ikram, Shaikh
Muhammad, 1966
5. Constitutional and Political History of Pakistan Khan, Hamid, 2005
6. The Military and Politics in Pakistan1947-86 Rizvi Hassan Askari
7. Research in Education JW Best
8. Integrating Education Technology into Teaching Roblyer
9. Curriculum Development S. M. Shahid
10. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S. M. Shahid
11. Educational Administration S. M. Shahid
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Case No. F.4-290/2017-R
Particulars of post Consultant Ophthalmology (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay), Health
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum i. MBBS or equivalent qualification from a university/ college
Qualification & recognized by PMDC.
Experience: ii. Postgraduate Higher Diploma in the relevant specialty with one
(1) year post qualification experience in the relevant specialty
OR
Postgraduate Lower diploma in the relevant specialty with
three (3) years post qualification experience in the relevant
specialty.

Part-I: (Qualification Based) 50 Marks

Core courses of MBBS Degree

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Ophthalmology


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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No. F.4-291/2017-R
Particulars of post Consultant Chest (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay), Health
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum i. MBBS or equivalent qualification from a university/ college
Qualification & recognized by PMDC.
Experience: ii. Postgraduate Higher Diploma in the relevant specialty with one
(1) year post qualification experience in the relevant specialty
OR
Postgraduate Lower diploma in the relevant specialty with
three (3) years post qualification experience in the relevant
specialty.

Part-I: (Qualification Based) 50 Marks

Core courses of MBBS Degree

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Chest Diseases


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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
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Case No. F.4-292/2017-R
Particulars of post Consultant Surgery (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay), Health
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum i. MBBS or equivalent qualification from a university/ college
Qualification & recognized by PMDC.
Experience: ii. Postgraduate Higher Diploma in the relevant specialty with one
(1) year post qualification experience in the relevant specialty
OR
Postgraduate Lower diploma in the relevant specialty with
three (3) years post qualification experience in the relevant
specialty.

Part-I: (Qualification Based) 50 Marks

Core courses of MBBS Degree

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Surgery


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Case No. F.4-293/2017-R
Particulars of post Consultant PAEDS (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay), Health
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum i. MBBS or equivalent qualification from a university/ college
Qualification & recognized by PMDC.
Experience: ii. Postgraduate Higher Diploma in the relevant specialty with one
(1) year post qualification experience in the relevant specialty
OR
Postgraduate Lower diploma in the relevant specialty with
three (3) years post qualification experience in the relevant
specialty.

Part-I: (Qualification Based) 50 Marks

Core courses of MBBS Degree

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Paediatrics


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Case No. F.4-304/2017-R
Particulars of post Assistant Chief/ Planning Officer (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay),
Planning & Development Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of
Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan.
Minimum i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s degree in Economics or
Qualification & equivalent qualifications from a University recognized by the
Experience: HEC.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience in Economic
Research, Development, Economics, International Economics
and other fields of Planning and Development.

Part-I: (Research and Planning) 50 Marks


i. Communication Skills, Technical Writing and Presentation Skills
Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Translation skills, Study skills, Academic skills,
Academic writing, Technical Report writing, Progress report writing, Presentation skills
ii. Planning and Management
a) Project Management
Project Management, Project Plan Development, Processes Integration
Management, Project Plan Execution and Overall Change Control
b) Scope Management
Initiation, Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Scope Verification and Scope Change
Control.
c) Time Management
Activity Definition, Activity Sequencing, Activity Duration Estimation, Schedule
Development and Schedule Control.
d) Communications Management
Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting and
Administrative Closure.
e) Statistical Techniques
All statistical techniques related to Planning & Research
Part-II: (Economics) 50 Marks
I. Micro Economics

Consumer behaviour, Determination of market demand and supply i.e. concept of


elasticity of Demand & Supply, Static, Comparative Static Analysis, Distinction between
partial and general equilibrium analysis (basic level) theory of the Firm, Producer’s
equilibrium, Pricing factors of production

II. Macro Economics

Basic Economic Concepts, National Income Accounting, Consumption Function,


Multiplier, Accelerator, Component of Aggregate Demand, Labour Demand and Supply,
Un-Employment, Determination of equilibrium level of income and output (at least with
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reference to two or three school of thought), Inflation.

III. Public Financing

Government expenditure, Sources of Government Revenue, Privatization, Taxes and non-


taxes, Incidence of different taxes, Public Debt, Objectives, methods of repayment,
Deficit financing, General Equilibrium Analysis, Welfare Economics, Fiscal Policy.

IV. Role of Foreign Trade and Aid in Economic Development

Trends in Pakistan’s Balance of Payments, Terms of Trade, Changes in direction of trade,


Trends in Pakistan’s major exports and imports, Causes of significant changes in the
trends, the role of migration and remittances in Pakistan’s economy, costs and benefits of
Foreign Aid, Role of Foreign Investment.

V. Major Issues in Pakistan Economy

Energy crisis, Corruption, Bad governance, External debt accumulation and dependency,
Unemployment, Income inequality, Inflation, Fiscal and trade deficits, Balance of payment
issues, Shortage of irrigation water.

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. Practical English Grammar A.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet.
2. Study Skills Riachard Yorky
3. Writing. Advanced Ron White.
4. Patterns of College Writing Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell.
5. The Mercury Reader. A Custom Janice Neulib; Kathleen Shine Cain;
Publication. Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton.
6. Project Management Body of Project Management Institute (PMI)
Knowledge, standards committee
7. Software Project Management S.A. Kelkar, A Concise Study, Prentice Hall
of India.
8. A Text-book of Economics Theory Stonier & Hague
9. Government Finance—An Due John, F.
Economic Analysis
10. Microeconomic Ferguson, C.E. & Gould, J.P., Nicholson,
Mankiw
11. Macroeconomics Rudigar Dorubush and Stanley Fisher
Blanchard
12. Foreign Aid Theory and Practice in Wolf, Jr. DC
Southern Asia
13. History of International Trade Findlay, R and O’ Rourke, K
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Case No. F.4-308/2017-R
Particulars of post District Health Officer (BS-18 Plus 25% Special Pay), Health
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum i. MBBS/BDS or equivalent qualification recognized by Pakistan
Qualification & Medical and Dental Council.
Experience: ii. Postgraduate higher Diploma in Public Health/ Health Services
Administration/ Hospital Administration recognized by Pakistan
Medical and Dental Council with one (1) year post qualification
experience in any of the above fields.
OR
Postgraduate Lower Diploma in Public Health/ Health Services
Administration/ Hospital Administration recognized by Pakistan
Medical and Dental Council with three (3) years post qualification
experience in any of the above fields.

Part-I: (Qualification Based) 50 Marks

Core courses of MBBS/BDS Degree

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Public Health/ Health Services
Administration/ Hospital Administration
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Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No. F.4-309/2017-R
Particulars of post Deputy Director/Senior Meteorologist (BS-18), Pakistan
Meteorological Department, Cabinet Secretariat (Aviation Division).
Minimum Ph.D in Meteorology/ Seismology/ Hydro-Meteorology/ Hydrology/
Qualification & Geophysics/ Geology/ Geography/ Physical Chemistry/ Physics/
Experience: Mathematics/ Environment/ Space Science/ Agriculture Meteorology /
Computer Science or equivalent in the field of Meteorology from a
university recognized by HEC with one (1) year post qualification
experience in BPS-17.
OR
M.Phil in one of the above subjects from a university recognized by
HEC with three (3) years post qualification experience in BPS-17 in
the field of Meteorology.
OR
i. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in one of the above
subjects from a university recognized by HEC with five (5) years
post qualification experience in BPS-17 in the field of
Meteorology.
ii. Graduation with Physics or Mathematics from a university
recognized by HEC.

Meteorology: 100 Marks


The Composition and Structure of Earth’s Atmosphere, Hydrostatic Equation and its
Applications, The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation, The Poisson’s Equation, Adiabatic
Processes, Parcel Concepts, Stability in the Atmosphere, Moisture in the Atmosphere, The
Tephigram, Skew-T Log-P Diagram, Solar and Terrestrial Radiation, The Greenhouse
Effect, Energy Balance at the Earth’s Surface, Net Radiation, Free and Forced Convection,
Temperature Inversions.

Cloud Formation, Cloud Classification, Precipitation Processes, Forms of Precipitation,


Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Tropical Cyclones, Cyclones and Anti-Cyclones,
Pressure Gradient Force, Coriolis Force, Friction, Geostrophic Wind, Gradient Wind,
Thermal Wind, Land-Sea and Mountain- Valley Breezes, Chinook and Katabatic Winds, Jet
Streams, Air Masses, Weather Fronts, Meteorological Satellites, Interpretation of Weather
Satellite Imagery, Automatic Weather Stations, Weather Maps, Weather Symbols, Weather
Forecasting,

The Earth's Atmosphere, Stratospheric Ozone Depletion, Energy and Radiation, Sun Angle
and Seasons, Solar Radiation in the Atmosphere, Radiation Balances, Energy and
Temperature, Daily Temperature Variations, Global Temperature Controls, Atmospheric
Optics, Atmospheric Humidity, Cooling Processes, Condensation, Lifting Mechanisms,
Static Stability, Inversions, Cloud Droplets Atmospheric Pressure, Horizontal Flow Aloft,
Rotating Motion, Surface Flows, Tropical Hadley Circulation, General Circulation, Thermal
Winds, Thermally Direct Circulations, Down slope Winds, Polar Front Theory, Surface and
Upper Air Weather Charts, Radar Meteorology,
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Winter and Summer Rain Process, Monsoon, Floods and Drought, Meteorological
Instruments (Thermometer, Barometer, Anemometer, Wing Vane, Radiometer, Sunshine
Recorder etc.), Fog Formation, Impact of Fog on Crop Production.

SUGGESTED READINGS

Sr. Title Author


No.
1. An Introduction to Atmospheric Physics Andrews D G
2. An Introduction to Atmospheric Thermodynamics Tsonis A A
3. Meteorology Today Donald A C
4. Essentials of Meteorology Macintosh D H & Thom S A
5. Atmosphere weather and climate Barry R
6. Climate change causes effects and solutions by John T H
Atmospheric change
7. Monsoon Bin Wang
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Case No. F.4-313/2017-R


Particulars of post Associate Professor/Vice Principal (Geography) (Female) (BS-
19), F.G. Colleges, Federal Directorate of Education, Capital
Administration & Development Division.
Minimum Qualification Ph.D. Degree in Geography with eight (8) years post qualification
& Experience: teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
OR
M. Phil Degree in Geography with ten (10) years post qualification
teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in Geography with
twelve (12) years post qualification teaching and administrative
experience at College/ University level.

Part-I: (Geography) 50 Marks


Physical Geography
I. Factors controlling landform development; endogenic and exogenic forces; plate
tectonics; mountain building; earthquakes; landforms associated with fluvial, arid,
glacial, coastal and Karst cycle; groundwater.
II. Elements and Factors of climate, Heat budget of the earth; Hydrological cycle; Types
of condensation and precipitation.
III. Ocean floor deposits, their characteristics and classification, Ocean circulation,
Waves, currents and tides, their nature, causes and effects.
IV. Factors of climate and Environmental change. Transformation of nature by man;
environmental degradation and conservation; Nature and Types of pollution. Problems
caused by pollution, Global Warming, Global Environment Patterns, Environmental
Hazards and Risk Management.
Human Geography
V. Geographic patterns of culture, Ethnicities and Nationalities, Ethnic Conflicts, Ethnic
Diversity in the World, Factors of Ethnic Cleansing, Development Indicators, Economic
Indicators, Social Indicators, Health Indicators, Development through Trade.
VI. Factors effecting Agriculture, Food Security, Renewable Resources, Recycling
Resources, Sustainable resources.
VII. Over and under Population threats and their consequences, Patterns and Problems
within urban areas.
VIII. State as a Politico-Territorial Phenomenon, Physical-environmental impacts, Global
patterns in health and diseases.
Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks
I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
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II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies


 Process of Classroom Communication
 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation
 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision
 The Concept of Administration
 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education
 Scientific Method and its Application in Education
 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No. Title Author


1. Introducing Physical Geography Alan Strahler.
2. Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography Robert W. Christopherson
3. Elements of physical geography. Strahler, A. N.
4. Environmental Geography: Science Landuse and William M. Marsh.
Earth System
5. Political Geography: The Spatiality of Politics. Dikshit, R. D.
6. Human Geography Landscape of Human Activities. Getis, Fellman.
7. An Introduction to Agricultural Geography. Grigg, D.
8. Geographies of Global Change. Johnston, R. J.
9. Contemporary Human Geography. Rubenstein James M.
10. Research in Education JW Best
11. Integrating Education Technology into Teaching Roblyer
12. Curriculum Development S. M. Shahid
13. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S. M. Shahid
14. Educational Administration S. M. Shahid
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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100 Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No. F.4-314/2017-R
Particulars of post Assistant Professor (Mathematics) (Female) (BS-18),
Islamabad Model Colleges for Girls, Federal Directorate of
Education, Capital Administration & Development Division.
Minimum Qualification Ph.D. Degree in the relevant subject with one (1) year post
& Experience: qualification teaching experience at College/ University level
OR
M. Phil Degree in the relevant subject with three (3) years post
qualification teaching experience at College/ University level
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in the relevant
subject with five (5) years post qualification teaching experience
at College/ University level.

Part-I: (Mathematics) 50 Marks


I. Vector Calculus

Vector algebra; scalar and vector products of vectors; gradient divergence and curl of
a vector; line, surface and volume integrals; Green’s, Stokes’ and Gauss theorems.
II. Statics

Composition and resolution of forces; parallel forces and couples; equilibrium of a


system of coplanar forces; centre of mass of a system of particles and rigid bodies;
equilibrium of forces in three dimensions.
III. Dynamics

 Motion in a straight line with constant and variable acceleration; simple harmonic
motion; conservative forces and principles of energy.
 Tangential, normal, radial and transverse components of velocity and
acceleration; motion under central forces; planetary orbits; Kepler laws;
IV. Ordinary differential equations

 Equations of first order; separable equations, exact equations; first order linear
equations; orthogonal trajectories; nonlinear equations reducible to linear
equations, Bernoulli and Riccati equations.
 Equations with constant coefficients; homogeneous and inhomogeneous
equations; Cauchy-Euler equations; variation of parameters.
 Ordinary and singular points of a differential equation; solution in series; Bessel
and Legendre equations; properties of the Bessel functions and Legendre
polynomials.
V. Fourier series and partial differential equations

 Trigonometric Fourier series; sine and cosine series; Bessel inequality;


summation of infinite series; convergence of the Fourier series.
 Partial differential equations of first order; classification of partial differential
equations of second order; boundary value problems; solution by the method of
separation of variables; problems associated with Laplace equation, wave
equation and the heat equation in Cartesian coordinates.
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VI. Numerical Methods

 Solution of nonlinear equations by bisection, secant and Newton-Raphson


methods; the fixed- point iterative method; order of convergence of a method.
 Solution of a system of linear equations; diagonally dominant systems; the Jacobi
and Gauss-Seidel methods.
 Numerical solution of an ordinary differential equation; Euler and modified Euler
methods; Runge- Kutta methods.

Part-II: (Professional) 50 Marks


I. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material

 Elements of Curriculum.
 Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and
Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,
Development of Curricular Materials.
II. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies

 Process of Classroom Communication


 Factors affecting Classroom Communication
 Barriers to Classroom Communications
 Use of Instructional Materials and Media
III. Educational Assessment and Evaluation

 Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation


 Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
 Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
 Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items,
Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
 Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
IV. Educational Administration and Supervision

 The Concept of Administration


 Educational Supervision
V. Research Methods in Education

 Scientific Method and its Application in Education


 Sampling Techniques:
 Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
 Research Proposal and Report Writing
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SUGGESTED READINGS
S. No. Title Author
1. An Introduction to Vector Analysis Khalid Latif,
2. Introduction to Mechanics Q.K. Ghori
3. An Intermediate Course in Theoretical Khalid Latif,
Mechanics
4. Differential Equations with Boundary Value D. G. Zill and M. R. Cullen
Problems
5. Elementary Differential Equations E.D. Rainville, P.E. Bedient
and R.E. Bedient
6. Elements of Numerical Analysis F. Ahmad and M.A Rana
7. Mathematical Methods S. M. Yousaf, Abdul Majeed
and Muhammad Amin
8. Research in Education JW Best
9. Integrating Education Technology into Teaching Roblyer
10. Curriculum Development S.M. Shahid
11. Educational Measurement and Evaluation S.M. Shahid
12. Educational Administration S.M. Shahid