Meeting held to strengthen KPPSC

Peshawar: A high level meeting regarding the strengthening of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Public Service Commission held here on Wednesday discussed the recruitment process under (KPPSC) and expressed dismay over delay in recruitment process by the commission due to different complications.

The meeting presided over by Senior Minister for Local Government Inayatullah Khan and attended by Senior Provincial Minister for Health Shehram Khan, Minister for Information and Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani, Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Atif Khan and Minister for Finance Muzaffar Syed, besides Secretaries Establishment and Law and Chairman KPPSC and other high officials.

The meeting decided to improve the capacity of the commission for expeditious recruitment in government departments. Apart from this a Sub-Committee was formed to review the legal and departmental problems that cause delay in the recruitment process and submit a draft proposal to remove those issues.

The Sub-Committee would be headed by Provincial Minister for Finance and Secretary Establishment, Health, Law and ST&IT would be its members.

Speaking on the occasion, the provincial minister for information Mushtaq Ghani said that the KP government has full trust in the commission, its capabilities, role and transparency; however, it intends to make the recruitment process speedy so that the educated youth could be inducted in government departments for better output.

The Minister for Local Government Inayatullah Khan observed that due to certain problems the recruitment process by the KPPSC was subjected to continual delay.

He said the government wants to make the legal process ease for expeditious recruitment process and ensure recruitments within months instead of years or year.

Inayatullah Khan said that the KP government was taking pragmatic measures to improve the performance of government departments for transparent and fair system in the province.

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