PPSC Syllabus For Accountant (BS-14) and Additional Director (Advisory Wing) posts

Are you looking for the PPSC syllabus 2021? If yes, then you visit the perfect website. PPSC paper consists of 100 MCQs. However, the duration of the PPSC exam is 90 minutes. Further, the percentage of the following subjects in the MCQ General Knowledge paper varies in different cases. However, the sample paper and past paper were not provided by the PPSC. Stop searching for the PPSC syllabus from other websites.

Candidates who register themselves for the first time in a PPSC job felt difficulty in preparing for PPSC exams. They even have no idea from where and how to start preparation of PPSC paper. Therefore, for such candidates, PPSC uploaded the syllabus of each latest and previous post for the ease of students. Through this, it becomes easier for all candidates to prepare for exams. We have listed the syllabus of some vacant positions. The details are as under.

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1- For Accountant Post (BS-14)

For the accountant post, the total number of positions is 97. The paper comprises 100 multiple-choice questions.

Bachelor of Commerce 30%
Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) 30%
General Knowledge, Pakistan Studies, Islamic Studies

(Ethics for non- Muslim candidates), Everyday Science,

Basic Math, Urdu, English, and Basic Computer Studies



For this post, 01 vacant positions were announced. It is a contract-based open merit job for two years. Check out the detailed syllabus of this post mentioned below. The mode of this paper is subjective as well as objective-based.


  • Communication Skills (Objective+Subjective) 100 Marks
  • English Language Skill test
  • Paper made from English essay especially on Legal topic
  • Applicant should have basic knowledge of English Grammar and Skills (MCQs based)

The syllabus includes;

  • Type of legislative instruments and their relationship; Constitution, statutes Rules,
  • Regulations, by-laws, rules under the Constitution, and Statutory codes of Conduct.
  • Modern legislative and drafting techniques
  • Essentials of Bills/Ordinances
  • Legislative powers of the parliament and Provincial Assemblies and limitations under the
  • Constitution.
  • Interpretation of Statutes


  • Drafting Skills (Subjective Paper of 100 Marks)
  • Applicant must be familiar with the with approaches to legislative drafting
  • The Paper will be problem-based


Drafting a Bill based on a given legislative policy

  • Drafting rules based on an existing statute


Constitutional and Administrative Law (100 Marks)


  • Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan except for legislative powers


Administrative Law

  • Delegated legislation: Principles and controls (Legislative and Judicial)
  • Administrative discretion: principles, controls, and safeguards
  • Judicial review of administrative action
  • The finality of administrative action (ouster clauses); concept and effect
  • Judicial decisions and principles of Natural Justice
  • Doctrines of ultra vires and promissory estoppel
  • Law of Writes


Civil & Criminal Law (100 Marks ) (Subjective + Objective)

Syllabus Includes;


  • Civil Law (50 Marks)
  • Contract & Torts
  • Principles of Equity
  • Company Law
  • Land laws (ownership, possession, leases, license, easements, grants)
  • Civil Procedure Code and Limitation Act
  • Service Laws


  • Criminal Law (25 Marks)
  • Fair trial
  • Power of the Police to Investigate
  • Trial Procedures
  • Prosecution
  • Sentencing

Part-III (25 Marks)

A case study with questions designed to check the ability of the candidate.


1) Psychological Assessment

2) Viva Voce

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