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THE BALOCHISTAN GOVERNMENT INITIAL APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL SERVICE POSTS (AGE AND RELAXATION OF UPPER AGE LIMIT) RULES, 2012 — They shall apply to the Civil Service Posts, Civil Servants who are member of civil service of the Government and Employees of the Autonomous / Semi-Autonomous Bodies or who are serving in civil capacity on regular basis, contract basis and on adhoc basis in connection with the affairs of the Provincial Government. Initial Recruitment means appointment made by initial appointment or through proper channel from another Service / Department / Post.
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THE BALOCHISTAN CIVIL SERVANTS’ PROMOTION POLICY, 2012 — Promotion not only implies advancement to a higher post but also involves shouldering of higher responsibility and assumption of the charge of the higher post. No civil servant has a claim to ask for promotion as of right, and the giving or refusal of promotion is a matter which is within the exclusive discretionary domain of the executive authorities concerned in the matter.March 1st, 2021 | 0 Comments
THE BALOCHISTAN CIVIL SERVANTS’ DEPUTATION POLICY, 2012 — A civil servant is said to be on deputation when he is detached on special temporary duty for the performance of which there is no permanently or temporarily sanctioned appointment. The term “deputation” as defined by the Supreme Court of Pakistan vide PLD 1981 SC 531 means that a government servant begins to be regarded as a “deputationist” when he is appointed or transferred, through the process of selection, to a post in a department or service altogether different from the one to which he permanently belongs, he continues to be placed in this category so long as he holds the new post in an officiating or a temporary, capacity, but ceases to be regarded as such either on confirmation in the new post or on reversion to his substantive post.April 10th, 2020 | 1 Comment
THE BALOCHISTAN DELEGATION OF FINANCIAL POWERS AND RE- APPROPRIATION RULES, 2019 — They shall come into force at once and shall apply to all Administrative Departments, Attached Departments, Bodies, Authorities, Boards and Institutions of the Government of Balochistan established under an Act of the Assembly till such time such Authorities, Bodies etc. frame their own financial rules under the respective laws. Re-appropriation means transfer of savings from particular detailed object to meet additional expenditure anticipated under another detailed object within the same function and grant.March 4th, 2020 | 0 Comments
BALOCHISTAN GOVERNMENT CIVIL POSTS RECRUITMENT POLICY, 1991 — The Government has decided that the quota reserved for Merit, Quetta City and Six Divisions of Balochistan i.e. Kalat, Zhob, Nasirabad, Mekran, Quetta and Sibi in respect of initial recruitment vacancies shall be allocated on the basic of population by rotation. Recruitment for the specialized jobs in technical and professional institutions viz Judicial Officers under the High Court of Balochistan, Bolan Medical College Quetta, Engineering College Khuzdar and Agriculture College Quetta shall be made according to the zonal allocation provided that in case candidates fulfilling the prescribed academic qualifications and experience are not available from a particular Zone, recruitment to such posts shall be made on open Merit.The departments when advertise posts in Newspapers for filling up the vacant positions they usually avoid giving complete details, including the categories and exact number of posts. This practice not only earns bad name for the department but also makes whole process suspicious. It is also against the norms of transparency and amounts to putting the applicants in state of confusion.March 10th, 2018 | 0 Comments
THE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION GUIDE OF BALOCHISTAN 2009 (A REVISED UP DATE EDITION OF THE HANDBOOK INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT CONFIDENTIAL REPORTS 1986) — Performance Evaluation may be termed as a system of making judgements about performance of officials of various levels by their superiors in order to guide selections and other personnel decisions. Evaluation Reports rendered by reporting officers, on the performance of officials serving under them constitute the most important basis of Evaluation.February 27th, 2018 | 0 Comments