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Public Service Commission launches mobile app

Kathmandu

Jun 15, 2017-

The Public Service Commission (PSC) has introduced a mobile app to keep the general public informed about its every activities. 

Vice-President Nanda Bahadur Pun on Thursday launched the mobile app on the occasion of the 67th anniversary of the PSC. 

Information regarding every activities of PSC including vacancy announcement for different government posts and exam results can be known through the mobile app after downloading 'PSC Nepal' in mobile from Google. 

According to the PSC, it is going to make an arrangement for online payment as soon as possible as well as to further improve the online application system. 

On the occasion, Vice-President Pun stressed the need of making easy access of people of remote areas to the commission's service. 

He said, "Question has not been raised so far over the fairness of the PSC at a time when question and complaints are raised over the fairness of constitutional bodies time and again. It is in itself positive." 

Similarly, Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba said that PSC is an autonomous organisation in the context when there is influence of political parties in other organisations. 

Likewise, PSC Chairman Umesh Mainali said that the PSC plans to improve its assessment technology and examination standard, and to make complete change in syllabus of the Gazetted first class non-technical stream. 

On the occasion, the PSC presented this year's Outstanding Employees Award to its three employees. RSS 

Published: 15-06-2017 16:13

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