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Govt asked to make recruitment through FPSC

ISLAMABAD, Sept 19: The Special Committee of the Public Accounts Committee of National Assembly has directed the government to make recruitment in Government jobs from Grade 11 to 15 through Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC).

The Special Committee of Public Accounts Committee of National Assembly met here under its chairman, Riaz Fatyana Tuesday in the Parliament House.

The Special Committee observed that the nepotism and favoritism increased immensely after authorizing departments to make recruitment. The Committee also directed to streamline the procedure of the promotion of the Government Officers.

The Special Committee reviewed the revenues of Senate and NA Secretariat for fiscal year of 1995-96 and audit objections in this regard have been disposed off.

The Chairman and members of Special Committee of PAC opined that the departments were authorized to make recruitment in Jamali's tenure which increased favoritism.

The meeting was informed by Secretary Establishment Division Tariq Bukhari that the recruitment of Intelligence Officers was made by FPSC, however the promotion cases normally were hanging in balance, as immense internal politics exist in the Departments. The Promotion Cases were not forwarded to Board in time and ineligible persons got promotion.

The Committee also directed the head of every ministry and the department to submit a certificate at the end of the year regarding the status of any pending case of the promotion.

The Committee also took the notice of buying Saving Certificates worth of Rs. 3 million from the development budget of Rs. 5.8 million in National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA).

The Secretary Establishment informed that the officers used all possible sources to get high administrative post and if an officer is deputed to comparatively less important department like NIPA, sense of depression prevailed in the family of the officer, he added. The Nation
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