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Day: April 27, 2015



1. Eligibility Conditions
a. Age as on 1 Nov 2015. 20-25 Years
b. Gender. Male.
c. Marital Status. Unmarried (Married serving personnel of the Armed Forces over 20 years of age are eligible).
d. Nationality. Citizens of Pakistan and domicile holders of Azad Kashmir / Gilgit-Baltistan. Upon final selection candidates with dual nationality will have to surrender nationalities other than Pakistan.
e. Physical Standards
(1) Minimum Height – 5′ – 4″ (162.5 cm)
(2) Visual Standard
(a) Distance Vision – With glasses 6/9, 6/12
(b) Near vision – J2, J7 or N8, N12 with or
Without glasses
(3) Weight – As per the Body Mass Index
f. Education
(1) Candidates who secure 60% marks or above in BA / BSc, BS, BA / BSc (Hons) and BBA / BPA, with 50% marks in FA / FSc/Equivalent are eligible for Graduate Course.
(2) Relaxation of Marks. 55% marks for the candidates from specified areas with domicile and who have been actually studying in same areas. Areas including Balolchistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, District Neelum Azad Jammu Kashmir, District Kohistan, Chitral, Dir, Tehsil Bala Kot (Kaghan, Naran) of District Mansehra in KPK, Tharparker and Tehsil Umer Kot in Sind, District Rajanpur, Area of Cholistan Desert, Drawar Fort, Salamsar, Mojgarh and Dingarh of Punjab.
(3) Serving Army Soldiers. 50% marks in BA/BSc and equivalent.
(4) Hope Certificate. Candidates who have passed Part-I of BA / BSc / Equivalent Examination with minimum 60 % marks and have appeared / are appearing in Part-II / Final Examination can also apply on “Hope Certificate” by Head of the institutions. However, all such candidates
have to submit their original result card of final examination to GHQ / PA Dte by 31 Aug 2015.
(5) Verification of Marks Sheet / Certificate. Candidates not issued with certificates or in possession of duplicate/revised mark sheets/certificates of Matric / Intermediate / BA / BSc must get a Verification Certificate signed by Secretary/Controller Examination of concerned Board/University.
2. Ineligibility Conditions
a. A candidate is ineligible if he is twice rejected by ISSB/GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board or once rejected by ISSB and once rejected by GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board.
b. Permanently declared UNFIT by Appeal Medical Board.
c. Declared unfit by any Armed Forces Hospital except those cleared by Appeal Medical Board.
d. Declared medically unfit due to Hepatitis B & C (cannot request for Appeal Medical Board).
e. Dismissed/removed/debarred from Government Services including Armed Forces
f. Withdrawn from any Academy / Training Institution of Armed Forces on any ground.
g. Withdrawn from any bonded Armed Forces College/Institution on disciplinary grounds.
h. Convicted in a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude.
3. Registration and Preliminary Selection Procedure. Candidates can either register through Internet or by visiting Army Selection and Recruitment Centres (AS&RCs). Following procedure will be adopted:-
a. Registration Through Internet. A candidate can register on website Date and time of test shall be intimated on internet for which the individual should have an e-mail account. Candidate will report on exact date and time given for preliminary test on computerized roll no slip. Date once given will not be changed. Candidates will also bring along all documents mentioned in para 6 and will pay prospectus fee on the day of test. Candidates MUST attain working knowledge of computer as registration and tests will be conducted on computers.
b. Registration at Army Selection and Recruitment Centres (AS&RCs). The candidates may report at nearest AS&RCs for registration / allotment of roll no alongwith necessary documents mentioned in para 6 and prospectus fee for completion of registration formalities. Candidates will bring these documents on the day of test as well.
AS&RC Telephone AS&RC Telephone
(1) Peshawar 091-9211747 (2) Rawalpindi 051-9271393
(3) Lahore 042-9221052 (4) Multan 061-4545311
(5) Hyderabad 022-2787796 (6) Karachi 021-32790919
(7) Quetta 081-2836626 (8) Gilgit 05811-920535
(9) Muzaffarabad 05822-920598 (10) Faisalabad 041-9200363
(11) Khuzdar 084-8412719 (12) D.I Khan 0966-9280155
(13) Pano Aqil 071-5633214
c. Schedule of Registration / Preliminary Tests. Registration and Preliminary Tests will be held as per following schedule:-
27 Apr – 26 May 2015
Preliminary Tests
01 – 10 Jun 2015
d. Preliminary Selection
(1) Written/ Intelligence Tests. Written/Intelligence tests will be based on multiple choice questions from English, Maths, Pak Studies, Islamiat and General Knowledge. The candidates declared successful in written/intelligence tests will undergo physical / medical tests and interviews at AS&RCs.
(2) Physical Tests. The candidates must qualify the following physical standards at the time of preliminary selection:-
(a) 1.6 Km Run – 8 minutes
(b) Push Ups – 15 repetitions in 2 minutes
(c) Sit Ups – 20 repetitions in 2 minutes
(d) Chin Ups – 3 repetitions in 2 minutes
(e) Ditch Crossing – 7’.4” x 7’.4” with a depth of 4’
(3) Interview. Successful candidates will be interviewed at AS&RC and short listed for ISSB test.
(4) Successful candidates will receive notice for ISSB tests through website as well as call letter.
4. Further Selection. Candidates who are selected by AS&RCs will be called for ISSB Test. Medical examination of ISSB recommended candidates will be carried out at nearby CMHs. The final selection will be made at GHQ on the basis of candidate’s performance.
5. Training Period at Pakistan Military Academy (PMA). 1 Year.
6. Documents Required at AS&RCs
a. Original certificate / detailed Marks Sheet of Matric/FA/FSc/ BA/BSc Equivalent.
b. Computerized National Identity Card for 18 years and above or Computerized Form “B” alongwith Guardian’s Computerized National Identity Card (Father or Mother) for less than 18 years old.
c. One set of attested photocopies of above mentioned documents.
d. 3 x Passport size Coloured photos duly attested (front and back) by Principal/Class 1 Gazetted Officer.
Note: – Old National Identity Card and Form “B” will not be accepted.
7. Pakistan Nationals Residing Abroad. Eligible candidates residing abroad are exempted from Preliminary Selection. However, Defence Attaches will ascertain their overall suitability, physical deformity and stammering aspects. The candidates are advised to approach Pakistani Embassies (Military/Defence Attaches) in the country where residing or Personnel Administration Directorate PA-3(a), GHQ Rawalpindi, for issuance of Application Forms. They will submit their Application Forms alongwith connected documents through Pakistani Embassies by 10 July 2014. A postal order of Rs. 100/- and a Bank Draft of Rs. 500/- in the name of Director Personnel Administration (Selection), Personnel Administration Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi will be attached with the Application Form. Postal address in Pakistan should also be indicated in the Application Forms so that call up notice for ISSB Tests/ Interviews and further correspondence to eligible candidates can be made on the given Pakistani address. No traveling allowance will be admissible for travelling to and from Pakistan.
8. Incentives / Privileges
a. Handsome pay package, free medical (family and parents) and servant facility.
b. Adventure opportunities such as para jumping, riding, mountaineering, skiing, water sports etc.
c. Employment on United Nations missions abroad.
d. Courses abroad in various Foreign Countries.
e. Compatible service benefits/package.
f. Accelerated commission in Pakistan Army after training for just one year.
Pakistan Army
For further details visit
Nearest Army Selection and Recruitment Centres at Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit, Hyderabad, Multan, Muzaffarabad, Faisalabad, Khuzdar, Pano Aqil and D.I Khan.
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NTS Complete Syllabus of Northern Power Generation Company Limited (Recruitment Test)

NTS Complete Syllabus of  Northern Power Generation Company Limited (Recruitment Test)

Northern Power Generation Company Limited Recrutiment Test Content Weightages Assistant Manager Accounts Part-I: Subjective (83%) Subjective part of paper (83%) may be equally divided into two main areas: a) Financial Accounting b) Financial Management Financial Accounting o Accounting Principles o Payroll Accounting
o Bank Reconciliation
o Rectification of Accounting Errors o Financial Ratios o All Financial Statements / Company Accounts o Capital and Revenue Expenditures o Payables, Receivables & Bad Debts o Inventory Accounting (LIFO / FIFO Methods) o Depreciation Method o Cost of Sold Statements o Taxation o Activity Based Costing o Break-Even Analysis o Variance Analysis Financial Management o Time Value of Money o Cost of Capital o Working Capital Management o Short-Term Financing o Risk & Return o Capital Asset Pricing Model – CAPM o Basics of Capital Budgeting o Cash Flow Estimation and Risk Analysis o Leverage o Capital Structure Determination
Part-II: General Knowledge (17 %) This will comprised of questions from Islamiat, Current Affairs and General Knowledge.
Assistant Manager (HR&Admin)
Subjective – I: Subjective (83%)
General Management Topics 20 %) Basics of Management (Management functions, Management roles, Management skills) Motivation Theories Group Dynamics Planning Tools and Techniques Personality Leadership, Leadership Styles and leadership theories Jobs and Tasks (Skill variety, Task identity, Task significance, Job Design, Autonomy, and Feedback) Organisational Theory Organisational Culture & Environment Perception and Attitudes
Organisational Development (20%) Organisational Culture: Its Meaning and Relationship to Successful Strategy Organisational Life-Cycle Theory Organisational Change and Methods of Change in Organisation Development Organisational Power and Politics Organisational Conflicts and Negotiation Skills Organisational Control and Reward Systems Performance Management and Performance Appraisals Goal Setting and Management by Objectives (MBO) Rewards and Reward Systems Components of Executive Compensation A Comparison of Company Pay Practices Group-Based Reward Systems
Human Resource Management (30 %)
Recruitment Recruitment Employer Branding
Induction Retention and Turnover
Reward and Compensation Management Salary structures Bonuses and Incentives Employee Benefits Pensions Salary Surveys
Employee Relations
Collective Bargaining
General Skills (13 %)
1. Project Management
2. Office Management
3. Computer Skills (MS Office)
Part – II: General Knowledge (17%)
General Knowledge including Current affairs and Islamiat. Assistant Manager (Legal) Part – I: Subjective (83%) Questions may cover following key areas and legal (report) writing skills Basic Legal Doctrines Corporate Law Arbitration Laws and Acts Labour Law Contract Act Civil Law Commercial Law Criminal Law Dispute Resolutions Industrial Relations Ordinances NAB Ordinance and Accountability Act Laws relating to the works of concerning with Federal Ombudsman. Legal writing skills
Part – II (17%) This section may cover General Knowledge including Islamiat and Current Affairs.
Assistant Manager (Store)
Contents for Assistant Management (Store) – (100 %)
Part-I: (30%)
English Language Skills (Vocabulary, Comprehension, Analogies), Analytical Reasoning
Part-II: (20%)
Arithmetic, Algebra, Word Problems
Part-III (10%)
Basic Statistics comprising of Standard Deviation, Variance, Measures of Central Tendency, Combination, Permutation, Probability, Regression, Correlation)
Part-IV (15%)
General Knowledge including Current Affairs, Islamiat, Everyday Science
Part-V (25 %)
Basic question from Business Management, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Procurement Process, Contract Law, Inventory Management, Basic Accounting
Junior Chemist
Part – I: Subjective (83 %)
Questions may be prepared keeping in view 16 years of education (Master’s Level) as per Basic Topics such as Specific Gravity, Calorific Values, Disinfection, Saturation, Distillation, Filtration, Chlorination, Condensation Hard Water, Demi-water Cooling Tower Chemistry (Evaporation, Transporation, Precipitation, Transpiration) Reverse Osmosis Feed Water Treatment Hydrazine Dosing Ammonia Dosing Water Chemistry Parameters ( pH, Conductivity, Silica, After Cation conductivity, Dissolved oxygen, Sodium, Copper, Iron, Carbon dioxide, Chloride, Chloride, Hardness) Micro-organism Fouling
Environmental Chemistry (Effluent, Flu gases, Smoke, Smog, Nox, Sox, Climate Change, Greenhouse Gases, NEQs, Sewage) Oxygen scavenger Transition metals Volatility of Impurities Corrosion; Corrosion processes; Deposition and corrosion; Under deposit corrosion Carryover Inter-relationship of Chemistry Monitoring Parameters − pH / Specific Conductivity relationships − Contaminant/ cation conductivity relationships − Predicting O2 and CO2 absorption – Inter-relationship of Chemistry Parameters
Part- II: General Knowledge (17%)
General Knowledge including Current Affairs and Islamiat
Junior Engineer (Electrical Electronics)
Subject: 83%
Percentage (83%)
Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics engineering
Instrumentation, control & Measurement
Thermal Power Generation
Power System Analysis
Steam Turbines
AC Induction Motors
Switch Yard
Power Electronics
Total Weightage
General Knowledge
Junior Engineer (Mechanical)
Subject: 83%
Percentage (83%)
– Boiler Types, Functions, Steam Cycle (Open, Close)
 Boiler superheater (function etc.
 Economizer (functions etc.)
 Boiler safety values (functions, types with operating principles etc.)
 Boiler ID / FD / GRC Fan (types, functions etc.)
 Boiler injection system (necessity)
 Boiler attemperation (necessity)
 Type of Boiler joining system
Gas Turbine (working principle, types etc.)
Steam Turbine (working principle, types etc.)
– Compressor Types, Working Principle
 Compressor used in Gas Turbine, it types etc.
 Gas Turbine Compressor surging.
Lubrication System
 In Gas and Steam turbines its functions, types etc.
Journal and Thrust Bearing Types Function etc.
 Use in GT and ST.
Coupling types, functions etc.
 Use in GT and ST.
Alignment (Importance, types, necessity etc.)
Vibration in ST and GT (types and remedial measures etc.)
Pumps (types, functions etc.). Their use in ST and GT.
Water Chemistry
83 %
General Knowledge

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