Federal Public Service Commission Pakistan

FPSC is an autonomous body and is responsible for the recruitment process of Federal government employees. It conducts the important Central Superior Services (CSS) Examination on an annual basis.

FPSC has been established under Article 242 of the 1973’s Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The Public Service Commission was set up for the first time in British India in 1926. After independence, the Commission was established in Pakistan in 1947 under the provision of Government of India Act, 1935.

The Commission consists of a Chairman and Members. The Chairman is appointed by the President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, in his discretion, under Article 242 (IA) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973.

The members are appointed by the President on the advice of the Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Commission is assisted by the Secretary who provides a link among the Commission, its Secretariat and the Government Agencies.

The Commission works without the interference of the Government or any other pressure, as Member of the Commission cannot be removed from his office without the advice of the Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan.

Contact Details

Federal Public Service Commission,

Agha Khan Road, Sector F 5/1, Islamabad.

Ph: 051-9205075 (25 lines)
Ph: 051-111-000-248
Fax: 051-9213386
Email: [email protected]

Website: http://www.fpsc.gov.pk/


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