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  • Gang held for helping PPSC candidates solve papers

    BAHAWALPUR / RAHIM YAR KHAN: Bahawalpur police claimed to have arrested a gang allegedly involved in helping candidates of Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) solve their papers for various posts in the police department...

    A day earlier, the gang had helped candidates solve question papers of the PPSC examination in Lahore also...

  • PPSC online form

    RECENTLY, the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) announced jobs in the education department which requires one to fill up an online application form...

    It was with much chagrin that I realised all graduates of four years bachelors in psychology would be unable to apply owing to a small yet highly significant and unacceptable mistake by the PPSC’s computer wing...

  • PPSC: an appeal

    I WAS recommended for the post of PMS after passing the combined competitive examinations held in July 2012 by the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC)...

    On July 2, 2015, the PPSC cancelled my candidature and recommendation after it ‘discovered’ that I was underage on the cut-off date of Jan 1, 2011, arbitrarily fixed for the combined competitive examinations...

  • Strange PPSC logic

    IT is hard for a candidate to clear the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) written test for a lecturer’s post and the authorities declare him overage or not eligible...

    Contrary to the PPSC, for the lecturer post, the Punjab School Education Department gives 30 + 5 = 35 years as upper age limit for male candidates to become an educator...

  • PPSC chairman concerned at sale of PhD, MPhil theses

    LAHORE: The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) chairman has observed that a majority of candidates having PhD and MPhil qualifications have purchased theses from private academies all over the country...

    Referring to the PPSC chairman’s letter, Punjab Governor Rafique Rajwana has written a letter to the vice-chancellors of all public and private sector universities, asking them to take cognizance of the unsavory practice of sale...

  • CJP issues notice to PPSC on plea of ‘differently abled’ candidate

    LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has issued a notice to the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) on an application moved by a candidate who had passed the Central Superior Services (CSS) written examination-2011, and challenged his failure in the interview for the provincial service jobs because of the speech fluency disorder...

    I have sent a written application to the Chairman PPSC and let the interview panel...

  • Exhibition blurs line between ‘art’ and ‘furniture’

    ISLAMABAD: The Satrang Gallery at Serena Hotel has expanded its repertoire of innovative exhibitions by featuring the work of Muzafar Mohiuddin, who crafted extraordinary pieces of furniture – each an objet d’art in its own right...

    For the first time Satrang Gallery showcased modern furniture and the talented young designer, in an exhibit titled ‘Dissonance’, saying: “Even though muted in a gray scale, every piece speaks volumes of...

  • British designer growing trees into furniture

    Around 150 armchairs, 100 lampshades and other items including mirror frames are being grown out of the ground in a highly unusual adventure in furniture design...

    The daily duties involve groundkeeping and going round the furniture with secateurs...

  • Tokyo’s famed Hotel Okura auctions furniture, memorabilia

    The operator of the prestigious 53-year-old hotel said furniture and other items are being auctioned off, including pieces from the top-notch Imperial and Royal suites...

    “We had many customers asking about the fate of the furniture before closing the main wing,” an Okura spokeswoman said...

  • Ban on furniture imports sought

    LAHORE: The Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC) on Thursday asked the government to impose a ban on imports of furniture items to fully exploit potential of the local industry...

    PFC Chief Executive Mian Muhammad Kashif Ashfaq, in a press statement, said the local manufacturers were facing challenges due to heavy imports of furniture mainly from China...

  • Keeping the art of cane furniture alive

    Even though demand for it has shrunk with the arrival of lightweight wooden furniture, cane furniture is still sought after by many twin cities’ residents, most of whom travel to the cane wood market near Chak Madad Khan Bridge...

    Here, many shops still sell cane furniture painstakingly woven by artistans into sofa sets, rocking chairs, swings, tables and baskets and more...

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