Revisions to the Examining Procedures for Public Service Commission Examinations

Revisions to the Examining Procedures for Public Service Commission Examinations

The Public Service Commission (PSC) is a government organization that administers several tests for positions in the public sector. To guarantee a seamless application and exam process, it is crucial for candidates to abide by certain rules and follow particular processes.

complete document certification: – It is crucial to bring all required documentation, including diplomas, experience certificates, citizenship certificates, appointment letters, and certificates of inclusiveness. Which should submit within the time frame specified in the notification regarding the release of the written exam results.

Document attestation: – All documents should be ready before the interview and submitted when requested because the Commission may at any time request the verification of the documents listed in point 1. Two copies of each document must be submitted. Each has correctly filled out in the required manner and attested by the candidate himself.

Punctuality: – Candidates should show up for the interview one hour early.

Keep informed: – Exam results for the Public Service Commission are updated regularly, as are other programs that are relevant. Candidates are thus recommend to go to the Commission’s website at to learn more about its most recent activity.

View the Notification for more information

In order to guarantee a successful and efficient examination process, applicants for the Public Service Commission Exam should strictly adhere to the rules and directives issued by the Commission prior to, during, and after the test. Any misbehaviour or irregularity might lead to the Commission taking further action and cancelling the candidate’s answer sheet.

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