Today, our website will publish the Test result list released by the Federal Public Service Commission recently. It includes the official and authentic results for the Female Secondary School Teacher and Data Control Assistant Post. The management declared several male contestants eligible to participate in the Interviews of the desired post. While a few got failed to reach the next stage.
The Data Control Assistant post is available under the Cabinet Secretariat, Establishment Division. At the same time, the Secondary School Teacher post is available in the F.G Schools, Directorate of Federal Government Educational Institutions (Cantt and Garrison), Ministry of Defence.
The management has shortlisted only those participants who have complete documents, education degrees and have passed their Tests. They are all set to participate in the Interviews after submitting their remaining documents. These applicants who got failed in the MCQ/Screening Tests or failed to submit their documents will not become a part of next round. The Commission will send a formal invitation to the successful candidate through an SMS or E-mail.
Candidates List for Data Control Assistant Post
As per the results posted by FPSC, twelve male candidates are eligible to qualify for the Interviews of the Data Control Assistant post. Each contender holds a domicile of separate province. The shortlisted applicants hold the domicile of Punjab, Sindh (Rural), and KPK. While three individuals got rejected for not possessing required educational degree. Here are their details.
Candidates List for Secondary School Teacher (Female) Post
According to the result list, no one among the participants are declared ineligible to qualify for the Interviews of the female Secondary School Teacher post. But two females got rejected as they were not from the respective qiota. The rejected applicants hold the domicile of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. To read about them, reach the images below.
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