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The Ministry of Home Affairs has proposed that appointments to posts below the IG rank be made in accordance with the respective recruitment rules established under the Sindh Civil Servants Act, 1973. Under the proposal, the officers in question would be transferred to their respective ranks following the announcement of the proposed rules. The CHA noted that all appointments to public institutions must be based on a process that is substantially and practically fair and within the parameters of its applicable rules, regulations and regulations. The House ordered that the Government of Sindh avoid future public appointments with permanent status on a contractual and ad hoc basis, with the exception of posts provided for in sections 18 to 20 of the Sindh Civil Servants (Appointment, Promotion and Transfer) Regulations 1974. The committee, composed of the President of HEC Sindh, the Secretary for Higher Education and others, would prescribe the recruitment criteria for the Vice-Chancellor, review and pre-screen the application in light of the eligibility criteria, conduct interviews with shortlisted candidates and recommend to the CM a panel of the three most suitable candidates for final selection. Cabinet was told that the 1985 constitution and the rules of the SPP did not prevent the provincial government from adopting recruitment rules, nor did they indicate federal approval. The provincial government, which had previously been at an impasse with the federal government over the appointment and transfer of PSP officers, has in the meantime drafted recruitment rules for senior officers from Chief of Police (BS-18) to Supplementary PGI (BS-21). A chamber of the Supreme Court, composed of Justices Aftab Ahmed Gorar and Adnanul Karim Memon, granted requests for regularization of contract staff from the Land and Revenue Management System (LARMS) and the Department of Livestock, stating that appointment to public office could only take place under a competitive procedure provided for in the recruitment regulations. The High Court granted the applications, finding that the applicants` appointments to the defendant division were based on a substantially and materially fair procedure and within the parameters of its applicable rules and regulations during the competition proceedings on the merits.

The High Court noted that it was well established that appointments to public office should be made in strict compliance with existing rules and regulations, without discrimination and in a transparent manner. The Sindh High Court (SHC) has ordered the Government of Sindh to ensure that the recruitment of any position from grade 1 to grade 15 in a government department is done through a selection process with budgetary sanctions on a regular basis invoking the Sindh Civil Service Act and Rules. KARACHI: The Sindh cabinet on Thursday discussed and decided on recruitment rules to create provincial police cadres. Cabinet sent the bill back to the Assembly after its approval. Interns would not be regularized or appointed on a contractual/ad hoc basis. The Cabinet was also informed that the legislative jurisdiction of the «police» had been declared an «exclusive provincial zone» by the Supreme Court of Sindh on 17 September 2016 and had become final in the Supreme Court. The firm decided to hire needs-based interns in public schools due to a shortage. The applicants had argued that she had been appointed as a data processing assistant at LARMS by a test carried out by the Sukkur Institute of Business Administration in 2013 on a contractual basis and that the duration of her contract had subsequently been renewed annually. CV Research Committee Act, 2021, academic officers were also approved A lawyer for the claimant argued that employment was the source of livelihood and that the right to subsistence was an indisputable right for a person, so applicants who had served the respondents` LARMS or the livestock department for such a long period of time deserved a fair chance to regularization in the given situation. SHC was informed by counsel that the applicants were qualified and qualified to regularly retain the above-mentioned posts and that the applicants` affairs fell directly under the purview for non-development projects, on the basis of which their services were to be treated as regular activities.