SHC stops SPSC from holding exams: KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday temporarily stopped Sindh Civil service Payment (SPSC) from holding exams, meetings and also releasing task advertisements.
Hearing a case pertaining to alleged irregularities and alter in results of SPSC’s assessment, the SHC circuit bench reprimanded the SPSC chairman when he stopped working to apprise the court about the policy for carrying out the test as well as the treatment for launching outcomes.
During the program of the proceeding, the judge asked the chairman why did they not public the SPSC examination results? A carbon copy of the solution sheet is handed over per prospect so as he might review his/her marks, the SPSC chairman responded.
On the celebration, the court ordered the SPSC to develop a procedure to guarantee openness in the examination as well as provided it prior to the judiciary.
In 2014 in October, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) had actually initiated a probe into the alleged forged recruitments by means of Sindh Civil service Payment (SPSC) in a minimum of 3 provincial divisions under Sindh federal government.
According to the details of the situation, NAB had claimed, in some 30 openings across three provincial divisions the names of successful prospects, that were certified using SPSC, were scrapped as well as replaced with fraudulent police officers.