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FPSC Lecturer Test
1. English Section
2. Subject Section
3. Education Section
The 2022 FPSC lecturer tests are commencing from 20 December 2022. NEW
FPSC Lecturer Test, Syllabus, Pattern & Past Papers MCQs
FPSC takes tests for lecturers BS-17 throughout the year. The recruitment process is little bit lengthy, but very clean and entirely on merit. Successful candidates could be appointed/ posted anywhere in Pakistan.
The eligibility for the job is MA/MSc (or sixteen year education) in the relevant subject with at least second division.
FPSC Lecturer Test Pattern
The FPSC lecturer test is divided in 3 sections:
Number of Questions: 20
- Subject Test
Number of Questions: 50
Number of Questions: 30
NOTE: In English & Urdu Lecturer Tests, there are two sections: (1) Subject Test (70 questions), and (2) Education (30 questions). In Lecturer in Education Test, there are two sections: (1) English (20 questions), and (2) Education (80 questions).
In all the Lecturer Tests:
- Test Type: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
- Total Number of Questions: 100
- Time Allowed: 100 minutes
- Negative Marking: NO
FPSC Lecturer Test: Syllabus, Past Papers MCQs, Sample Questions
FPSC Lecturer Test
Guidelines and Information:
Federal Public Service Commission has been established under Federal Government of Pakistan. This federal body is entrusted with the responsibility to select competent and dedicated individuals for various posts under the Federal Government through standardized testing.
The Federal Public Service Commission, from time to time, announces lecturers’ posts in BPS-17 for all subjects on permanent basis for FG Colleges and conducts examination accordingly.
This examination by FPSC for lecturers’ posts comprises 100 MCQs and time duration is 100 minutes. It is pertinent to mention here that no books or notes are available for the preparation of this examination. The candidates are expected to demonstrate their comprehensive knowledge of the subject which they have studied at MA or MSc level. Therefore, the candidates who are desirous of appearing for lecturer’s post are advised in their own interest to revise and study the syllabus of their particular subject at MA or MSc level.