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37% female participation in civil service

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Umesh Prasad Mainali, the chairperson of the Public Service Commission, submitted a report detailing the work performed by the Commission in the last fiscal year 2075/076, adding that the increase in women’s entry into the Permanent Civil Service has been increased.

The report was presented by Chairman Mainali at an event held at Rashtrapati Bhavan Sheetal Niwas on Tuesday. Similarly, the percentage of youth in the province 2 is higher in passing the examination conducted by the public service.

This year, as in the past, this year also has the highest number of applications in the buyer’s post. In terms of geography, the five districts in the province 2 are the most requested from Sarlahi, Saptari, Dhanusha, Bara, Mahottari, and Sirah. During this period, the candidates from Permanent Addresses-1 have been recommended for the highest 20 percent permanent services.

The Statistics Commission has 29 percent of the total number of applicants from the province. The lowest candidates are from Manang, Mustang, Rasuwa, Nawalparasi West and Dolpa districts.

The report says that the youth in the age group of 21 to 25 years are the ones who apply the most. Among the advertisements during this period, there was no advertisement in the advertisement for the post of Deputy Secretary (Dalit inclusive group) of the Justice Service Law Group.

The report states that a total of 1,883 candidates (41 percent of the total recommendation) were candidates for the inclusive competition. Five lakh 28 thousand 968 people have been petitioned for an advertisement for various services and nine thousand one 61 posts for the local level.

Assistant Spokeswoman for the Commission, Devi Prasad Subedi, said that the advertisements on behalf of security agencies and organizations are 3 percent female and 63 percent male.


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