FPSC Consolidated Advertisement No. 05/2017 Schemes and Syllabi for Screening/ Professional MCQs Written Tests Papers for Assistant Director ASF Inspector ASF Assistant Director (Legal/ Enforcement) Staff Welfare Officer Charge/ Staff Nurse (Female) (Civilian) Social Welfare Officer (Male-Female) Assistant District Attorney Assistant Information Officer Assistant Director FGO Syllabi Updated by Federal Public Service Commission Islamabad

FPSC Consolidated Advertisement No. 05/2017 Schemes and Syllabi for Screening/ Professional MCQs Written Tests Papers for Assistant Director ASF Inspector ASF Assistant Director (Legal/ Enforcement) Staff Welfare Officer Charge/ Staff Nurse (Female)  (Civilian) Social Welfare Officer (Male-Female) Assistant District Attorney Assistant Information Officer Assistant Director FGO Syllabi Updated by Federal Public Service Commission Islamabad

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Schemes & Syllabi for Written Examination (Descriptive)

Case No.F.4-130/2017-R
Particulars of postSenior Official Reporter (Urdu) (BS-18), National Assembly
Secretariat, Islamabad.
Minimum Qualificationi. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Bachelor degree from HEC
& Experience:recognized university.
ii. Urdu Shorthand Speed 140 words per minute.
iii. Urdu Typing Speed 50 words per minute
iv. Proficiency in relevant computer softwares.
v. Five (5) years relevant post qualification experience rendered in
Public/Private Sector.

PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
S. No.Detail of TopicsMarks
1.Urdu Typing Test with minimum speed of 50 W.P.M50
2.Urdu Shorthand Test with minimum speed of 140 W.P.M50

Schemes and Syllabi for Written Examination (Descriptive) for All Posts in BS-18 & BS-19 included in Consolidated Advertisement No. 05/2017

PAPER-I: ENGLISH

Max Marks: 100                                                                   Time Allowed: 3 Hours

  • English Essay-50 Marks: Candidates will be required to write an Essay in English comprising 1500 words from a set of six given topics. Candidates are expected to reflect comprehensive and research based knowledge on a selected topic.

Candidate’s articulation, expression and technical approach to the style of English Essay writing will be examined.

  • English (Composition and Precis)-50 Marks:

The examination will test the candidate’s abilities to handle Precis Writing, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Structuring, Translation, Grammar and Vocabulary, etc. Precis Writing (10 marks): A selected passage with an orientation of generic understanding and enough flexibility for compression shall be given for precising and suggesting an appropriate title.

Reading Comprehension (10 marks)

A selected passage that is rich in substance but not very technical or discipline-specific shall be given, followed by five questions, each carrying 2 marks.

Grammar and Vocabulary (10 marks): Correct usage of Tense, Articles, Prepositions, Conjunctions, Punctuation, Phrasal Verbs, Synonyms and Antonyms etc. Sentence Correction (5 marks): Ten sentences shall be given each having a clear structural flaw in terms of grammar or punctuation. The candidates shall be asked to rewrite them with really needed correction only, without marking unnecessary alterations. No two or more sentences should have exactly the same problem, and 2-3 sentences shall be based on correction of punctuation marks.

Grouping of Words (5 marks):   A random list of ten words of moderate standard

(neither very easy nor utterly unfamiliar) shall be given, to be grouped by the candidates in pairs of those having similar or opposite meaning, as may be clearly directed in the question.

Pairs of Words (5 marks): Five pairs shall be given of seemingly similar words with different meanings, generally confused in communication, for bringing out the difference in meaning of any five of them by first explaining them in parenthesis and then using them in sentences.

Translation (5 marks): Ten short Urdu sentences involving structural composition,

significant terms and figurative/idiomatic expressions shall be given, to be accurately translated in English.

SUGGESTED READINGS

Sr. No.TitleAuthor
1.English Grammar in UseRaymond Murphy (Cambridge University Press)
2.Practical English UsageM. Swan (Oxford University Press)
3.The Little, Brown HandbookH. Ramsey Flower & Jane Aaron (The Little,
Brown & Co; Harper Collins)
4.A University English GrammarR. Quirk & S. Greenbaum (ELBS; Longmans)
5.Write Better, Speak BetterReaders Digest Association
6.Modern English in ActionHenry Christ (D.C. Heath & Co.)
7.Exploring the World of EnglishSyed Saadat Ali Shah

 

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Max Marks: 100PAPER-II: PROFESSIONALTime Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-22/2017-R
Particulars of postCost Accountant (BS-18), Ministry of Industries & Production.
Minimum Qualificationi. Associate Member of Institute of Cost and Management
& Experience:Accountant. OR Chartered Accountant. OR Second Class or
Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in Commerce or Business
Administration with Economics or Statistics as an elective
subject in the Degree Course.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience of costing system
analysis, Evaluation of Cost studies and/ OR financial control.
In case of ACMA or Chartered Accountant the period of
experience will be only two (2) years.
Cost and Managerial Accounting100 Marks

  1. Fundamental Cost Accounting Principles and Concepts:
    Nature and Scope of Cost and Managerial Accounting; Cost Concepts, Elements and Classification;

Underlying Differences among Financial, Cost, and Management Accounting.

  1. Accounting for Material, Labour and Factory Overheads (FOH):Recognition and Valuation Principles for Material Inventory, and Methods to control Material Inventory; Calculation/Measurement and Accounting for Payroll for all forms of Labour, Time Rate and Piece Rate Systems; Commonly used Group Incentive Schemes; Factory Overhead Costs and FOH Rate, Departmentalization of FOH Costs, their Allocation, Apportionment and Reapportionment (Primary and Secondary Distributions), Methods for Secondary Distribution including both Repeated Apportionment/Distribution and Algebraic Method.
  • Costing for Specific Jobs, and Process Costing: Nature of a Specific Job, and

Job-order Costing; Process Flow and Process Costing by the use of Cost of Production Report (CPR)

  1. Management Accounting for Planning, Decision-making and Control: Budgeting and its Use: Meaning and Nature of a Budget; Major Forms of a Budget including Production and Sales Budget, Cash Budget, Flexible Budgets, Zero-based Budget, Master Budget etc.

Break-even Analysis: Difference between Marginal and Absorption Costing Techniques; Concept of Relevant Cost; Application and Use of Contribution Margin and other Concepts for Planning and Decision-making (under Break-even Analysis)

Variance Analysis: Meaning and Use of Standards and Variances; Major Classification of Variances including Material, Labour and FOH Variances, and their Computation.

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Principles of Accounting, and Advanced AccountingM.A Ghani and Ejaz
2.Cost Accounting – Planning and ControlUsry, Hammer, Matz
3.Managerial AccountingPeter C. Brewer, Ray H. Garison,
Eric W. Noreen.
4.Cost AccountingJain and Narang
5.Cost AccountingNisar ur Din.

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-25/2017-R
Particulars of postDraftsman (BS-19 Plus 25% Special Pay), Law & Prosecution
Department, Gilgit Baltistan, Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit
Baltistan.
Minimum Qualificationi. Law Graduate or equivalent qualification from a University
& Experience:recognized by HEC.
ii. Twelve (12) years post qualification practice as an advocate of
any High Court in Pakistan/ Chief Court of Gilgit Baltistan.
LAW : 100 Marks

  1. Definitions of Crime
  2. All Provisions of:
  3. Concept of arbitration, arbitration with or without intervention of court and in civil suits.
  4. Establishment of Civil Courts with their Original & Appellate Jurisdiction.
  • The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
  1. Pakistan Panel Code, 1860
  2. Qanun-e-Shahdat Order, 1984
  3. Criminal Procedure Code, 1898

SUGGESTED READINGS

S.No.TitleAuthor
1.Pakistan Panel Code, 1860M. Mahmood
2.Criminal Procedure Code, 1898Shaukat Mahmood
3.Law of EvidenceJustice (R) Khalid ur Rahman Khan
as adapted from Principles and
4.Qanun-e-Shahdat Order, 1984
Digest of the Law of Evidence by M.
Monir
5.The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908Aamir Raza A. Khan
6.The Arbitration Laws in PakistanM. Mahmood
7.Civil Courts Ordinance, 1962Nisar Ahmad Nisar

 

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Max Marks: 100PAPER-II: PROFESSIONALTime Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-93/2017-R
Particulars of postPathologist-Cum-Bacteriologist (BS-18), Medical Department of
Pakistan Railways, Ministry of Railways.
Minimum Qualificationi. MBBS or equivalent qualifications.
& Experience:ii. Post graduate higher diploma/ degree, viz., MS/FRCS/ FCPS/
MRCP/ FFA or equivalent in the requisite Speciality and two (2)
years post qualification clinical experience
OR
Post graduate lower diploma in the requisite Speciality and four
(4) years post qualification clinical experience
Part-I: (Qualification Based)50 Marks
Core courses of MBBS Degree
Part-II: (Professional)50 Marks

Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Pathology.

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-95/2017-R
Particulars of postAssistant Professor (Islamic Studies) (Male), (BS-18), Federal
Government Educational Institutions (FGEI) (Cantts/Garrisons),
Ministry of Defence.
Minimum QualificationPh.D. Degree in Islamic Studies with one (1) year post
& Experience:qualification teaching experience at College/ University level.
OR
M.Phil Degree in Islamic Studies with three (3) years post
qualification teaching experience at College/ University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in Islamic Studies
with five (5) years post qualification teaching experience at
College/ University level.
Part-I: (Islamic Studies)50 Marks

  1. Islam: the Code of Life

Salient features of Islamic; o Social System

o Political System o Economic System o Judicial System

o  Administrative System

Responsibilities of Civil Servants

  1. Study of Seerah

Need and importance of the study of Seerah Prophet Mohammad (PBAH) as: The Role Model 

Merciful for the universe. Preacher 

Diplomat

Teacher and Educationist

Revolutionary Leader

III.  Islamic Civilization and Culture:

Meanings and the vital elements of Islamic Civilization and Culture 

Role of civilisation in the development of the human personality and communities

Distinctions of Islamic Civilization; o Tauheed

o  Risalat

o  Spiritualism

o Dignity of Man o Equality

o Social Justice o Moral values o Tolerance

o  Rule of Law

  1. Islam and World

Impact of Islamic Civilization on the West and vice-versa. Muslim World and the Contemporary Challenges

Interaction between East and West. Role of Islam in the modern world.

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Part-II: (Professional)                     50 Marks

  1. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material

Elements of Curriculum.

Relationship of Education and Curriculum

Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and

Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,

Development of Curricular Materials.

  1. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies

Process of Classroom Communication

Factors affecting Classroom Communication

Barriers to Classroom Communication

Use of Instructional Materials and Media

  • Educational Assessment and Evaluation 

Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation

Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement

Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation

Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items, Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test

Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability

  1. Educational Administration and Supervision

The Concept of Administration

Educational Planning and Organization in Pakistan

Approaches to Educational Administration: Democratic; Authoritarian; Laissez-faire Educational Supervision

  1. Research Methods in Education

Scientific Method and its Application in Education Sampling Techniques

Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale

Type of Research: Basic/Applied Research; Historical Research; Descriptive

Research; Correlation Research; Causal-Comparative Research; Experimental Research; Action Research; Qualitative and Quantitative Research

Research Proposal and Report Writing

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Islam: its meaning and MessageKhurshid Ahmad
2.Islam: The Misunderstood ReligionMuhammad Qutub
3.Towards Understanding IslamAbul Aala Moudoodi
4.Ideals and Realities of IslamHussain Nasr,
5.A brief Survey of Muslim Science and CultureMuhammad Abdur –Rahman
6.Quranic SciencesAfzalur Rahman
7.Research in EducationJW Best
8.Integrating Education Technology into TeachingRoblyer
9.Curriculum DevelopmentS.M. Shahid
10.Educational Measurement and EvaluationS.M. Shahid
11.Educational AdministrationS.M. Shahid

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-100/2017-R
Particulars of postDeputy Director (Legal/Enforcement) (BS-18), Pakistan
Environmental Protection Agency (PAK-EPA), Ministry Of Climate
Change.
Minimum Qualificationi. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in Public
& Experience:Administration/ Business Administration/ Political Science/
Economics and a degree in LL.M./ L.L.B.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience in BS-16 or above
or equivalent in Legal/ Enforcement of Laws in Govt./ Semi-
Govt./ Reputable Organization.


Part-I: 50 Marks

(Human Resource, Financial Management,

Quality Management and Information Technology)

  1. Human Resource and Financial Management

Definition,  Significance  and  Scope  of  Human  Resource  Management;

Organization—Types  of  Organization,  Theory  of  Organization,  Principles  of

Organization, Organization of the Federal and Provincial Governments, Public Sector Enterprises; Approaches to Human Resource Management. Personnel

Administration—Tools of Personnel Management: Selection, Training, Promotion,

Compensation, Discipline; Communication, Communication Channels and Principles of Public Relations; Human Behaviour and Organizations Administration.—Elements of Financial Administration, Performance Programmed Budgeting, Capital Budget, Principles of Budgeting, Auditing and Accounting.

  1. Basic Concept of Quality Management

ISO-9000, ISO-13000, other certifications regarding quality measurement; management, management for Results, Setting Performance Goals and Targets;

Job Analysis: Job Description, Job Specification, Performance Evaluation;

  • Information Technology and MS Office

Fundamentals of Computer: CPU, Memory Devices, Types of Computers, Characteristics of Computer and related material; Application Software: Microsoft

Word, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Excel; Search Engines, Web Design, Email, Internet Surfing, Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc); General Introduction to Virus and Antivirus utilities; Programming Languages

Part-II: 50 Marks

(Law/Enforcement of Law)

  1. All Provisions of:
  2. Pakistan Panel Code, 1860
  3. Qanun-e-Shahdat Order, 1984

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  • Criminal Procedure Code, 1898
  1. Legal Drafting, Pleading and Convincing III. Environmental Laws of Pakistan

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Human Resource ManagementH.T.Graham &Roger Bennett
2.ManagementJames A.F.Stoner, R.Eward
Freeman, Daniel R.Gilbert Jr.
3.Understanding Computer: Today andDeborah Morley, Charles
TomorrowParker
4.MS Office 365 Handbook: 2013 EditionKevin Wilson
5.Pakistan Panel Code, 1860M. Mahmood
6.Criminal Procedure Code, 1898Shaukat Mahmood
7.Law of EvidenceJustice (R) Khalid ur Rahman
8.Qanun-e-Shahdat Order, 1984Khan as adapted from
Principles and Digest of the
Law of Evidence by M. Monir
9.Official Website of Govt. of Pakistanwww.environment. gov.pk
10.Official Website of UN Environmentwww.unep.org
Programme.

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-105/2017-R
Particulars of postNeonatologist (BS-18), Federal Government Polyclinic, Capital
Administration and Development Division.
Minimum Qualificationi.  MBBS or equivalent qualification recognized by PMDC.
& Experience:ii. Postgraduate higher diploma in the requisite speciality with
three (3) years post qualification clinical experience in the
speciality.
OR
Postgraduate lower diploma with five (5) years post qualification
clinical experience in the speciality.
iii. Postgraduate training in the field of Neonatology with at least
one (1) year post qualification experience in a Neonatology unit
not less than 20 basinates.

 

Part-I: (Qualification Based)50 Marks
Core courses of MBBS Degree
Part-II: (Professional)50 Marks
Core courses of Post Graduate Lower Diploma in Paediatrics.

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-111/2017-R
Particulars of postSenior Prosthetics & Orthotist (BS-18), Armed Forces Institute
of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ministry of Defence.
Minimum Qualificationi. B.S in Orthopedic Technology from a University recognized by
& Experience:HEC.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience as Prosthetics and
Orthotist in Govt. Organization. The candidate must have
experience in CAD CAM technology and pressure
measurement systems.
Professional: 100 Marks

  1. Advanced Orthotics and Prosthetics
  • Spinal orthotics
  • CAD/CAM Orthotics/Prosthetics
  • Lower limb orthotics
  1. Lower Limb Prosthesis
  • Lower limb prosthetics
  • Sports Prosthetics
  • Advance Socket Designing
  • Hydraulic Knees
  • Upper Limb Prosthesis
  • Anatomy of muscles
  • Upper Limb prosthesis
  • Upper Limb Myoelectric prosthesis
  1. Pressure Measurement
  • Internal socket Pressure measurement
  • Pressure measurement with different knees and feet
  1. Legal Aspect of Sports Prosthetics
  • Ban on flex foot cheetah in IAAF and ADA
  • Oscar Pistorius

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Physical Medicines and RehabilitationRandall L. Braddom
fourth edition
2.Powered Upper Limb ProsthesisAshok Muzamdar
3.Biomechanics of Lower Limb ProstheticsMark R Pitkin
4.Marquette sports law review volume 19

 

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Max Marks: 100PAPER-II: PROFESSIONALTime Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-113/2017-R
Particulars of postRehabilitation Specialist (BS-18), Armed Forces Institute of
Rehabilitation Medicine, Ministry of Defence.
Minimum Qualificationi. MBBS with FCPS in Rehabilitation Medicine from CPSP.
& Experience:ii. Five (5) years post FCPS experience as Specialist in a Govt.
Organization.
Part-I: (Qualification Based)50 Marks
Core courses of MBBS Degree
Part-II: (Professional)50 Marks
Core courses of FCPS in Rehabilitation Medicine.

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-114/2017-R
Particulars of postSenior Speech Therapist (BS-18), Armed Forces Institute of
Rehabilitation Medicine, Ministry of Defence.
Minimum Qualificationi.  Master in Speech and Language therapy from a University
& Experience:recognized by HEC.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience in Speech Therapy.
Professional: 100 Marks

  1. APHASIA
    ; Assessment protocol Informal and with Formal Standardize international tools i.e BDAE, BASA,CLQT . therapeutics approaches / technique
  2. DYSARTHRIA; Types of dysarthria’s , their assessment and therapeutics approaches
  • APRAXIA; Types of apraxia, their Formal & Informal assessment/ evaluation protocols and therapeutic s approaches/ techniques
  1. ARTICULATION; Types of articulation and phonation problems, their Formal & Informal assessment/ evaluation protocols and therapeutic s approaches/ techniques
  2. STAMMERING; Types of stuttering /stammering problems, their Formal & Informal assessment/evaluation severity labeling protocols, therapeutics approaches/ techniques. Fluency shaping and modification therapy with beginning, intermediate & advance stutterer.
  3. VOICE; Types of voice problems, their qualitative/ perceptual and quantitative/ objective assessment, evaluation of pitch/frequency, loudness/intensity and quality tools i.e. Speech Lab, Glottal Enterprises & Sono-speech alongwith therapeutics approaches/ techniques

VII.   HEARING IMPAIRMENT; types and severity of hearing disorders, their Formal & Informal assessment/evaluation methods i.e. PTA, BERA ASSR, Auto acoustic emission. Therapeutics approaches/ techniques i.e. Audio-Visual, signs language , total communication approaches qualities of hearing aids and role of speech therapist in before and after cochlear implant .

VIII.  BEHAVIOR DISORDERS; Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder & Asperger. Types and severity of disorders, their Formal & Informal assessment/ evaluation protocols i.e. CARS.

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Stuttering and integration approaches &Barry Guitar
treatments
2.Manual of aphasia & aphasia therapyNancy Helm –Estabrooks &
Martin L. Albert
3.The Voice Diagnostic protocolsShaheen N Awan
4.Oral Placement TherapySara Rosenfeld – Johnsons

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-116, 118/2017-R
Particulars of postSenior Physiotherapist (Female/Male) (BS-18), Armed Forces
Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ministry of Defence.
Minimum Qualificationi. Five (5) years DPT in Physiotherapy from a University
& Experience:recognized by HEC.
ii. Five (5) years post qualification experience as Physiotherapist
Govt. Organization.
Professional: 100 Marks

  1. BIOMECHANICS AND ERGONOMICS

Biomechanics: basic terminology, Kinematic concepts for analyzing human motion, Biomechanics of tissues and structures of the musculoskeletal system, Biomechanics of the human upper and lower extremity,

Ergonomics: knowledge, tools, and techniques

  1. EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

Control of internal environment, Hormonal responses to exercise, Measurement of work, power & energy expenditure, Circulatory responses to exercise, Respiration during exercise, Temperature regulation, The physiology of training: effect on vo2 max, performance, homeostasis and strength, Work tests to evaluate cardio respiratory fitness, Exercise prescription for health and fitness, Exercise for special populations, Physiology of performance factors affecting performance

  • MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSICAL THERAPY

Medical terminology regarding musculoskeletal system, principles and concepts of musculoskeletal evaluation & assessment, Soft tissue injury, repair, and management, Joint, connective tissue, and bone disorders and management, Surgical interventions and postoperative management, Exercise interventions by body region, Management guidelines based on impairments, The spine: exercise interventions, The shoulder and shoulder girdle, The elbow & forearm complex, The wrist & hand, The knee, The ankle & foot

  1. NEUROLOGICAL PHYSICAL THERAPY

Applied anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, Neurological examination, Interventions, Neurological dysfunctions, Peripheral nerve disorders and management

  1. PROSTHETICS & ORTHOTICS

Prosthetics: Early Management, Rehabilitation of adults with lower and upper-limb amputations

Orthotics: Introduction to orthotics, Foot Orthoses, Ankle foot Orthoses, Knee ankle foot

Orthoses and knee Orthoses, Orthoses for paraplegia and hip disorders, Evaluation procedures for lower limb Orthoses, Trunk and cervical Orthoses, Upper limb Orthoses,

Orthoses for burns and other soft tissue disorders, Goal setting and treatment plan

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  1. SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY

Introduction to sports rehabilitation, Injury screening and assessment of performance, Pathophysiology of musculoskeletal injuries, Effective clinical decision making, Joint specific sport injuries and pathologies, Travelling with a team drugs and the athlete ethics and sports medicine case histories

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Basic Biomechanics,Susan J. Hall
2.Ergonomics for the therapistKaren Jacobs
3.Exercise Physiology- Theory andScott K. Powers, Edward T. Howley.
Application to Fitness and Performance
4.Therapeutics Exercises and Technique,Carolyn Kisner & Lynn Allen Colby
5.Therapeutics Exercises: Techniques forWilliam D.Banddy.
Intervention
6.Neurological Physiotherapy A problem-Susan Edwards
solving approach
7.Prosthetics and Patient Management: AKevin Carroll; Joan Edelstein.
Comprehensive Clinical Approach
8.Orthotics a comprehensive clinical approachJoan E Eldestein& Jan Bruckner.
9.Sports Rehabilitation and Injury PreventionPaul Comfort & Earle Abrahamson
10.Clinical Sports MedicineBrukner& Khan.

 

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Max Marks: 100PAPER-II: PROFESSIONALTime Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-133/2017-R
Particulars of postAssistant  Chief  (Fuel)  (BS-18  Plus  Higher  Start  upto  Six
Advance  Increments  Possible  upon  Recommendation  of  the
FPSC), Energy Wing, Energy Appraisal and Plan Formulation
Section, Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform.
Minimum Qualificationi. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree or equivalent
& Experience:qualifications  in  Petroleum  Geology  or  Geology  with
specialization in Coal Resources.
OR
Bachelor’s Degree of Engineering or equivalent qualifications
in Petroleum, Gas Reservoir, Chemical, Energy, or Mining
Engineering with specialization in Coal mining/ technology.
ii. Three (3) years post qualification experience in exploration of
fuel and energy resources and/ or production planning and
designing in this field.
Part-I: (Research and Planning)50 Marks

  1. Communication Skills, Technical Writing and Presentation Skills

Paragraph writing, Essay writing, CV and job application, Translation skills, Study skills,

Academic skills, Essay writing, Academic writing, Technical Report writing, Progress report writing, Presentation skills

  1. Planning and Management
  2. Project Management

Project Management. Processes Integration Management, Project Plan Development, Project Plan Execution and Overall Change Control.

  1. b) Scope Management

Initiation, Scope Planning, Scope Definition, Scope Verification and Scope Change Control.

  1. c) Time Management

Activity Definition, Activity Sequencing, Activity Duration Estimation, Schedule Development and Schedule Control.

  1. Cost Management

Quality Planning, Staff Acquisition and Team Development.

  1. Communications Management

Communications Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting and

Administrative Closure.

  1. Risk Management

Risk Identification, Risk Quantification, Risk Response Development and Risk Response Control.

  1. Procurement Management

Procurement Planning, Solicitation Planning, Solicitation, Source Selection, Contract Administration and Contract Close-Out.

  1. Closing

Administrative Closure, Contract Close-Out and Lessons Learnt.

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  1. Lab Work

Computing Project Management Software, PERT, Gantt Chart/ Network, CPM, etc.

  1. Statistical Techniques

All statistical techniques related to Planning & Research

Part-II: ( Exploration of Fuel and Energy)                    50 Marks

  1. Petroleum Geology & Exploration

Geological history of Petroleum. The origin, migration and accumulation of petroleum, Reservoirs with abnormal pressure and temperature. Geological distribution of petroleum in the world. Geological basins of Pakistan. Geology of existing oil and gas fields in Pakistan.

Surface geological methods for petroleum exploration. Use of topography and surface features for oil prospecting. Geophysical exploration methods with emphasis on seismic methods. History of exploration in Pakistan.

  1. Coal Geology

Definition, composition, classification and origin of coal. Lithotypes and coal macerals. Chemical and petrographical analysis. Application of coal petrography. Depositional environments of coal and coal bearing strata, coalification process, types of coal basins and their tectonic setting, concepts of cyclic deposition in coal basin, origin of splits and partings in coal seams. Comparison between modern and ancient coal forming environments, structural problems relevant to exploration & mining. Coal utilization and resource evaluation. Coal bearing sequences of Pakistan. Methods of coal exploration: geological, geophysical and drilling. Coal mining and its environmental issues.

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Practical English GrammarA.J. Thomson and A.V. Martinet.
2.Writing. IntermediateMarie-Chrisitine Boutin, Suzanne Brinand
and Francoise Grellet.
3.Writing. Upper-IntermediateRob Nolasco.
4.Reading. AdvancedBrian Tomlinson and Rod Ellis.
5.Study SkillsRiachard Yorky
6.Writing. AdvancedRon White.
7.College Writing SkillsJohn Langan.
8.Patterns of College WritingLaurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell.
9.The  Mercury  Reader.  A  CustomJanice Neulib; Kathleen Shine Cain;
Publication.Stephen Ruffus and Maurice Scharton.
10.Project   Management   Body   ofProject Management Institute (PMI)
Knowledge,standards committee
11.Software Project ManagementS.A. Kelkar, A Concise Study, Prentice
Hall of India.
12.Geology of PetroleumA. I. Levorsen.
13.Basic Petroleum GeologyPeter K. Link.
14.Petroleum Geology of PakistanIqbal B. Kadri.
15.Geophysical ProspectingMilton, B. Dobrin.
16.Basic Exploration GeophysicsRobinson
17.Significance of Coal Resources ofKazmi
Pakistan
18.Sedimentology of Coal and CoalRehmani & Flores
Bearing Sequences

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-135/2017-R
Particulars of postDirector (BS-19), Zoological Survey of Pakistan, Climate Change
Division, Islamabad.
Minimum Qualificationi. Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s degree in Zoology or
& Experience:equivalent from a recognized University.
ii. Twelve (12) years post qualification research and field
experience in Zoology or Marine Biology or Ecology or Wildlife.


Part-I: 50 Marks

(Human Resource, Financial Management,

Quality Management and Information Technology)

  1. Human Resource and Financial Management

Definition, Significance and Scope of Human Resource Management; Organization—Types of Organization, Theory of Organization, Principles of

Organization, Organization of the Federal and Provincial Governments, Public Sector Enterprises; Approaches to Human Resource Management. Personnel

Administration—Tools of Personnel Management: Selection, Training, Promotion, Compensation, Discipline; Communication, Communication Channels and Principles of Public Relations; Human Behaviour and Organizations Administration.—Elements of Financial Administration, Performance Programmed Budgeting, Capital Budget,

Principles of Budgeting, Auditing and Accounting.

  1. Basic Concept of Quality Management

ISO-9000, ISO-13000, other certifications regarding quality measurement; management, management for Results, Setting Performance Goals and Targets; Job Analysis: Job Description, Job Specification, Performance Evaluation;

  • Information Technology and MS Office

Fundamentals of Computer: CPU, Memory Devices, Types of Computers, Characteristics of Computer and related material; Application Software: Microsoft

Word, Microsoft Power Point, Microsoft Excel; Search Engines, Web Design, Email,

Internet Surfing, Social Networking (Facebook, Twitter, etc); General Introduction to Virus and Antivirus utilities; Programming Languages

Part-II: (Zoology)                             50 Marks

  1. Animal Diversity-Chordata

Fishes: Structural and functional adaptations of fishes.

Amphibian: Movement onto land and early evolution of terrestrial vertebrates. Reptiles: Characteristics of reptiles, adaptations in reptilians.

Birds: Migration and navigation, adaptations.

Mammals: Structural and functional adaptations of mammals.

  1. Principles of Animal Life

Protozoa: Reproduction pattern in protozoan, Parasitism in protozoan

Tissues Types: epithelial, connective, muscle and nervous tissue; organs and organ systems.

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Ecological Concepts: Interactions, Concepts and components of ecosystem, Food chain, Food web, Biogeochemical cycles, Forest, Biomes, Wildlife conservation and management, Environmental pollution, Green house effect, Acid rain, Global warming.

  • Animal Form and Function

Protection, Support and Movement: Integumentary system of invertebrates and vertebrates; Animal muscles: the muscular system of invertebrates and vertebrates.

Digestion and Nutrition: Feeding mechanism, Digestion, Organization and regional function of alimentary canals, Regulation of food intake, Nutritional requirements

Internal Fluids and Respiration: Internal fluid environment, Composition of blood,

Circulation and respiration mechanisms

Nervous Coordination: Nervous system and Sense: Functional units of nervous systems, Synapses junctions between nerves.

Chemical Coordination: Endocrine System; Vertebrate endocrine glands and types of hormones, Mechanism of hormones action,

Animal Behavior: Learning, Habituation, Insight learning, latent learning, classical learning: Control of Behavior; social behavior

SUGGESTED READINGS

S. No.TitleAuthor
1.Human Resource ManagementH.T.Graham &Roger Bennett
2.ManagementJames A.F.Stoner, R.Eward
Freeman, Daniel R.Gilbert Jr.
3.Understanding Computer: Today and TomorrowDeborah Morley, Charles Parker
4.MS Office 365 Handbook: 2013 EditionKevin Wilson
5.Integrated Principles of Zoology.Hickman, Jr. C.P., Keen, S. L,
Larson, and Eisenhour, D.J.
6.ZoologyMiller, S. A. and Harley, J. B.
7.BiologyCampbell, N.A.
8.Evolution. 2nd EditionDouglas Futuyma
9.Animal behavior: An Evolutionary Approach.John Alcock
9th Edition

 

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PAPER-II: PROFESSIONAL
Max Marks: 100Time Allowed: 3 Hours
Case No.F.4-136/2017-R
Particulars of postAssociate Professor/Vice Principal (English) (Male) (BS-19),
F.G. Colleges, Federal Directorate of Education, Capital
Administration and Development Division.
MinimumPh.D. Degree in English with eight (8) years’ post qualification
Qualification&teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
Experience:OR
M.Phil Degree in English with ten (10) years’ post qualification
teaching and administrative experience at College/ University level.
OR
Second Class or Grade ‘C’ Master’s Degree in English with twelve
(12)  years’  post  qualification  teaching  and  administrative
experience at College/ University level.
Part-I: (English)50 Marks

  1. Essays:

Bertrand Russell (The Conquest of Happiness)

George Orwell (Politics and the English Language; The Prevention of Literature) Ralph Waldo Emerson (The Transcendentalist; Self-reliance)

  1. Short Stories:

Somerset Maugham (The Lotus-eater)

G.K.Chesterton (A Somewhat Improbable Story)

O’Henry (The Gift of the Magi)

  • Poetry:

William Wordsworth (Resolution Independence; Tintern Abbey) John Keats (Ode to a Nightingale; Ode to Autumn)

Lord Alfred Tennyson (Ulysses; The Lady of Shalott)

Yeats (A Dialogue of Self and Soul; The Second Coming) Eliot (The Wasteland; Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock)  Philip Larkin (Maturity; Continuing to Live; The Trees)

Wallace Stevens (A postcard from the volcano; Continual conversation with a silent man; Dry loaf) OR Walt Whitman (As I ponder’d in silence; Are you the new person drawn toward me?; This moment yearning and thoughtful)

  1. Drama:

Shakespeare (Hamlet; King Lear, As you like it and Twelfth Night)

William Congreve (The Way of the World)

Shaw (Pygmalion; Heartbreak House )

Harold Pinter (The Caretaker)

Samuel Beckett (Waiting for Godot)

Eugene O’Neill (Long Day’s Journey into Night)

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  1. Novels:

Thomas Hardy (Far from the Madding Crowd)

D.H. Lawrence (Sons and Lovers)

George Orwell (Nineteen Eighty-four)

James Joyce (A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man)

Iris Murdoch (Under the Net)

Nathaniel Hawthorne (The Scarlet Letter) or William Faulkner (The Sound and the Fury)

  1. Literacy Theory & Criticism

Structuralism Marxism

Deconstructionism

Psychoanalytic criticism Feminist criticism

Postcolonial Criticism

Part-II: (Professional)                     50 Marks

  1. Development of Curriculum and Instructional Material
  • Elements of Curriculum.
  • Relationship of Education and Curriculum
  • Curriculum Development Process: Need Assessment, Formulation of Aims and Objectives, Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Selection of Content,

Development of Curricular Materials.

  1. Process of Teaching and Teaching Strategies
  • Process of Classroom Communication
  • Factors affecting Classroom Communication
  • Barriers to Classroom Communications
  • Use of Instructional Materials and Media

III.    Educational Assessment and Evaluation

  • Concept of Classroom Assessment and Evaluation
  • Distinction between Assessment, Evaluation and Measurement
  • Approaches to Evaluation: Formative Evaluation; Summative Evaluation
  • Types of Test: Essay Type; Objective Type: Multiple Choice, True-False Items, Matching Type; Principles of Construction of these Test
  • Characteristics of a Good Test: Validity, Reliability, Objectivity, Usability
  1. Educational Administration and Supervision
  • The Concept of Administration
  • Educational Planning and Organization in Pakistan
  • Approaches to Educational Administration: Democratic; Authoritarian; Laissez-faire
  • Educational Supervision

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  1. Research Methods in Education
  • Scientific Method and its Application in Education
  • Sampling Techniques:
  • Research Instruments: Questionnaire: Interview; Test; Observation; Rating Scale
  • Type of Research: Basic/Applied Research; Historical Research; Descriptive Research; Correlation Research; Causal-Comparative Research; Experimental

Research; Action Research; Qualitative and Quantitative Research

  • Research Proposal and Report Writing

SUGGESTED READINGS

S.No.TitleAuthor
1.The basics Literary Theory. (SecondBertens, H. (2008).
edition). Routledge.
2.Literary Theory: An Introduction.Eagleton, E. (2008).
(Anniversary Edition).
3.A New Handbook of Literary Terms.Mikics, W. (2007).
4.A Companion to Twentieth Century Poetry.Roberts, N. (2003).
5.A Reader’s Guide to ContemporarySelden, R., Widdowson, P., &
Literary Theory. (Fifth edition).Brooker, P. (2005)
6.Twentieth Century British Drama.Smart, J. (2001).
7.Modern Critical Views & Interpretations,Harold Bloom
ed: 80’s and 90’s editions.
8.A  Companion  to  20th  Century  DramaKrasner David. 2005.
Oxford: Blackwell.
9.Research in EducationJW Best
10.Integrating  Education  Technology  intoRoblyer
Teaching
11.Curriculum DevelopmentS. M. Shahid
12.Educational Measurement and EvaluationS. M. Shahid
13.Educational AdministrationS. M. Shahid

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