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Nayab Subba (NaSu) Vacancy 2080

Lok Sewa Aayog Vacancy for Nayab Subba (NaSu) 2080

The Lok Sewa Aayog (Public Service Commission - PSC) of Nepal has recently announced a significant opportunity for individuals aiming to pursue a career in civil services. The opening is for the position of Nayab Subba (NaSu), a respected and sought-after role within the Civil Services and National Human Rights Service of Nepal. This announcement is a call to action for qualified candidates to participate in a competitive and inclusive written examination.

Key Details of the Nayab Subba (NaSu) 2080 Position

Position: Nayab Subba (NaSu)

Sector: Civil Services Gazetted First Class (Non-Technical) and National Human Rights Service Assistant First Class

Application Mode: Online through the Commission's Application System (psconline1.psc.gov.np)

Advertisement Notice: In accordance with the Civil Service Act, 2049

Examination Centers: Available in various districts including Siraha, Parsa, Dolpa, and Humla

Notice Number: 781/080-81

Publication Date: 2080/9/25

Eligibility and Application Process

Candidates interested in applying for the Nayab Subba position should ensure they meet the minimum qualifications set by the Lok Sewa Aayog. Applications are to be submitted exclusively online, offering a streamlined and efficient process for all applicants.

Important Considerations

Advertisement Consultation: The Commission provided advice to the Government of Nepal on the Civil Service Bill, 2080.

Legislative Status: As of now, the Civil Service Bill has not been presented to the Federal Parliament. This situation impacts the timing and process of recruitment.

Examination Centers and Accessibility

To accommodate a wide range of candidates, examination centers have been strategically located in various districts. This includes offices of the Public Service Commission in Lahan, Birganj, Dolpa, and Humla, ensuring better accessibility for candidates from different regions.

Application Fee Details

Applying for the Nayab Subba position involves specific fee requirements, crucial for all candidates to note:

Standard Fee: Rs. 700 (Seven Hundred) for each advertisement.

Inclusive Groups: For candidates applying under additional advertisements, an extra fee of Rs. 2000 (Two Hundred) is required.

Multiple Service/Group Clusters: If a candidate opts for more than one cluster, an additional fee of Rs. 200 (Two Hundred) per cluster is mandatory.

Deadline for Application Submission

Regular Deadline: Applications must be submitted by 2080/10/16.

Extended Deadline with Double Fee: Candidates can submit applications with a double fee until 2080/10/23.

Age Criteria for Candidates

General Limit: Applicants must be at least 18 years old by 2080/10/16 and not older than 35 years. For women and disabled candidates, the upper age limit is 40 years.


Permanent civil servants are exempt from the age limit.

Permanent employees of the National Human Rights Commission in National Human Rights Service posts have no age limit.

As per the Supreme Court's interim order, government employees currently employed in civil service positions, as of the advertisement dated 2076.2.15, have no age limit. These candidates must provide relevant details in the experience section of the online application.

Application Fee Submission Process

Method: The fee can be paid electronically via the online application system, either directly or by using a bank voucher with a Master ID and transaction reference number.

Banks: Payment can also be made in cash at designated banks.

Deadline for Fee Submission: All examination fees, including the double fee, must be paid by 2080/10/23.

Important Note on Application Validity

Applications not submitted within the stipulated time frame, including the payment of the required fee, will be deemed invalid and canceled.

Document Submission Guidelines

Candidates applying for the Nayab Subba (NaSu) 2080 position must be meticulous in uploading the following documents in the designated section of the online application system:

Educational Qualification Certificates

Training Certificates

Experience Proof

Business Permit Certificate (if applicable)

Documents Proving Eligibility for Inclusive Groups

Responsibility of the Candidate

Accuracy and Completeness: Each candidate is solely responsible for the authenticity and completeness of the details and documents provided in the application.

Interview and Exam Schedule

Announcement of Written Exam Results: The results will be notified upon publication.

Interview Schedule: The official schedule for interviews will be communicated after the written examination results are announced.

Details of the Position

Nature of Work: The work details are specific to the service, group, or sub-group for which the candidate is applying.

Salary: Remuneration is as per the prevailing laws.

Service-Related Ministry/Agency: The selected candidates will be under the administration of the relevant ministry or agency according to the service group.

Minimum Educational Qualifications

Nepal Justice Service, Judicial, Law and Government Lawyer Group: Proficiency Certificate level or equivalent.

Nepal Administration Service, General Administration Group: Proficiency Certificate level or equivalent.

Nepal Administration Service, Revenue Group: Proficiency Certificate Level in Management, Commerce, Law, Economics, Public Administration, Mathematics, or Statistics.

Nepal Administration Service, Accounts Group: Proficiency Certificate level in Management, Commerce, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, or Public Administration.

Nepal Audit Service: Proficiency Certificate Level or Class 10 +2with Management, Business Administration, or Commerce.

National Human Rights Service, Assistant First Class, Naiva Subba: Proficiency Certificate level or equivalent.

Additional Note on Educational Qualifications

Secondary Education Passing Examination (S.L.C.E.): For certificates issued before 2078/9/7, a minimum D+ grade and a Cumulative Grade Point Average (C.G.P.A.) of 1.6 in each subject (both theoretical and practical) of class 11 and 12 is required.

Examination Structure and Selection Criteria

First Phase Examination: To pass, candidates must score at least 40% in the first phase. The second phase marks will incorporate 50% of the first phase scores.

Unified Examination: The written examination for open and inclusive categories will occur simultaneously in one session.

Result Publication Order: Results for those selected for the computer skill test and interview will be published alphabetically.

Priority Order Submission: Selected candidates must specify their preference for service, group, and office before the computer skill test and interview. Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the interview process.

Inclusive Group Choices: Candidates selected for inclusive groups cannot choose their priority order. Their inclusion group will be determined based on the information provided in the application form and as per Commission rules.

Unified Skill Test and Interview for Multiple Selections: Candidates qualifying in more than one group (open and inclusive) will undergo the skill test and interview only once. The scores obtained will be applicable across all groups they have passed.

Special Instructions for Inclusive Group Candidates

Candidates applying for inclusive group positions should prepare and submit specific documents, which need to be presented at the interview stage as well:

(a) Adivasi Janajati: Certificate based on the list in the Nepal Adivasi Janajati Upliftment National Foundation Act. If multiple surnames exist within a caste, certification from the chief district officer is required.

(b) Madhesi: A document certified by the Nepal Government or by the chief district officer until a designated institution is established.

(c) Dalits: Certificate based on the castes listed by the National Dalit Commission. For multiple surnames within a caste, certification from the chief district officer is needed.

(d) Disabled Persons: Disability ID card issued by the Social Welfare Council or the relevant local level.

(e) Backward Areas: Citizenship certificate from the relevant district and additional documentation for those with citizenship from a different district, including reasons or proof of marriage/migration.

Note on Document Validity

The authenticity of these documents is crucial. If found invalid, the application may be canceled immediately.

Specific Application Criteria and Guidelines

(a) Experience Requirement: If the advertisement specifies a required period of experience, it must be completed by the application submission deadline. Note that double duty periods are not considered for age, educational qualifications, or experience.

(b) Eligibility of Civil Servants: Civil servants in the first class or similar positions before the adjustment according to the Employee Adjustment Act, 2075, are not eligible to apply.

(c) Application Submission: Applications must be submitted within the deadline set by the Commission. Applications failing to meet minimum qualifications, lacking required details, or without the prescribed fee will not be accepted.

(d) Assistant Writer Requests: Candidates needing an assistant writer must contact the Commission's office 10 days before the written exam. The Commission is not obligated to provide an assistant writer without prior notice.

(e) Document Submission for Interview: Candidates who pass the written test must submit original copies of educational qualification certificates, citizenship, and service experience (if applicable) before the interview.

(f) Educational Qualification Deadline: The required educational qualification should be obtained by the deadline for application submission. Foreign degrees must be validated by the relevant agency. For degrees from Nepalese universities, candidates must submit their qualification certificate or transcript by the deadline. If results are published by the university within the deadline, a letter from the university confirming completion of all degree requirements is acceptable.

(g) Online Application Details: Candidates must specify the type of candidate and service/group cluster when submitting the online application.

(h) Fixed Advertisement Number and Exam Center: Once selected, the advertisement number and examination center cannot be revised.

(i) Examination Instructions: Only black ink is to be used in the examination; failure to comply will result in cancellation of the answer sheet.

(j) Educational Qualification Details: The specifics of the minimum educational qualifications required can be viewed while filling out the online form.

(k) Syllabus Availability: The syllabus for the examination is available on the Commission’s website (www.psc.gov.np)

Important Note for Candidates

It's essential for candidates to meticulously follow these guidelines and requirements. These rules ensure a fair and orderly examination process, reflecting the seriousness and integrity of the Public Service Commission. Adhering to these instructions is crucial for a successful application and participation in the examination process. 

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