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The precursor of the Punjab Public Service Commission, with its writ running from the khyber pass to the jamuna near delhi, was born at lahore on may 1,1937. In the wake of the partition, the punjab public service commission resurged in february, 1948, at shimla with its revised jurisdiction extending over the then province of east punjab. Following the merger of the states of punjab and pepsu, it shifted to patiala on nov.1st,1956. On 1stnov1966, its territorial jurisdiction again decreased due to the formation of the states of haryana and himachal pradesh.

Senior Scientific Officer (Drugs)
No. of post : 01 post (General 01)
Essential Qualifications
Should Possess qualifications as per rule 44 of the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945,as under:- (a) Should be graduate in Medicine or Science or Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Chemistry from a recognized university or institution in India or has an equivalent qualification as recognized and notified by the Central Government for such purpose and has not less than five years' post-graduate experience in the testing of drugs in a laboratory under the control of, (i) a Government Analyst appointed under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940,or (ii) the head of an institution or testing laboratory approved for the purpose by the appointing authority or has completed two years' training on testing of drugs, including items stated in Schedule C, appended to the aforesaid Act of 1940 in Central Drugs Laboratory, or (b) Possesses a post graduate degree in Medicine or Science or Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Chemistry of a recognized university or institution in India or has an equivalent qualification recognized and notified by the Central Government for such purpose or possesses the Associateship Diploma of the Institution of Chemists (India) obtained by passing the said examination with 'Analysis of Drugs and Pharmaceuticals' as one of the subjects and has after obtaining the said post-graduate degree or diploma not less than three years experience in the testing of drugs in a laboratory under the control of, (i) a Government Analyst appointed under the Act, or (ii) the head of an institution or testing laboratory approved for the purpose by the appointing authority or has completed two years training on testing of drugs, including items stated in Schedule C, appended in the said Act, in Central Drugs Laboratory; Provided that,- [(i) for purpose of examination of items in Schedule C,- (i-a) the persons appointed under clause (a)or (b) and having degree in Medicine or Physiology or Pharmacology or Microbiology or Pharmacy should have experience or training in testing of said items in an institution or laboratory approved by the appointing authority for a period of not less than six months; (i-b) the person appointed under clause (a)or (b), but not having degree in the above subjects should have experience or training in testing of said Schedule C drugs for a period of not less than three years in an institution or laboratory approved by the appointing authority or have completed two years training on testing of drugs including items mentioned in Schedule C in Central Drugs Laboratory; (ii) for a period of four years from the date on which Chapter IV of the Act takes effect in the States, persons whose training and experience are regarded by the appointing authority as affording, subject to such further training, if any, as may be considered necessary, a reasonable guarantee of adequate knowledge and competence, may be appointed as Government Analysts. The persons so appointed may, if the appointing authority so desires, continue in service after the expiry of the said period of four years; (iii) no person who is engaged directly or indirectly in any trade or business connected with the manufacture of drugs shall be appointed as a Government Analyst for any area: Provided further that for the purpose of examination of Anti-sera, Toxoid and Vaccines and Diagnostic Antigens for Veterinary use, the person appointed shall be a person who is a graduate in Veterinary Science, or general science, or medicine or pharmacy and has had not less than five years' experience in the standardization of biological products or person holding a post-graduate degree in Veterinary Science or general science, or medicine or pharmacy or pharmaceutical chemistry with an experience of not less than three years in the standardization of biological products.

Pay Scale
RS 15600-39100+ 6600 Grade pay

Senior Scientific Officer (Food Safety) Microbiology
No. of post : 01 post (General 01)
Essential Qualifications
Should possess qualifications as per rule 2.1.4 of the Food Safety and Standards Rules 2011, as under: (i) Should possess Master's degree in Chemistry or Biochemistry or Microbiology or Dairy Chemistry or Food Technology, Food and Nutrition or Bachelor of Technology in Dairy/Oil or holds degree in Veterinary Sciences from a recognized university or institution in India or is an associate of the Institution of Chemists (India) by examination in the section of Food Analysts conducted by the Institution of Chemists (india) or any other equivalent qualification recognized and notified by the Central government for such purposes and has not less than three years experience in the analysis of food ;and (ii)Has been declared qualified for appointment as a Food Analyst by a Board appointed and notified by the Authority notwithstanding anything contained above.

Pay Scale
Rs.15600-39100+ 6600 Grade pay

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