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6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION
6.1 PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION

6.1.1 Background

At the inception of the North East Provincial Council in 1989, Ministry of Interior was established and it was in charge of a Secretary. Departments of Provincial Public Administration, Local Government, and Rural Development, were under this Ministry. In 1991, the Ministry of Interior was abolished and the Departments of Provincial Public Administration, Local Government and Rural Development were brought under the direct supervision of Chief Secretary. The post of Deputy Chief Secretary was created and the Department of Provincial Public Administration came under his purview.

The North East Provincial Ministries were regrouped in July, 1999 and a Ministry titled as “Ministry of Provincial Public Administration, Local Government, Cooperatives, Rural Development, Road Development, Industries & Management Development & Training” was established to accelerate the development, devolution and decentralization process introduced by the Government through the provincial council system. Accordingly, the Ministry is charged with the responsibility of coordinating and supervising the activities of the following:

1. Provincial Public Administration

2. Local Government & Urban Development

3. Cooperatives

4. Rural Development

5. Road Development

6. Industrial Development

7. Management Development & Training

With the Establishment of this Ministry, action was taken to strengthen the administration and institutional systems to resolve then existed problems and enhance the capacity at District and Divisional levels. Action had also been taken to entrust more responsibilities to the Local Authorities and mobilize participation of village and divisional level institutions in the development and devolution programme of the Provincial Council through effective people participation and support.

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The Ministry of Provincial Public Administration provided guidance and policy direction and coordinated functions of the Provincial Public Administration and Management Development & Training in line with the national policy, and the provincial development directions. The policy adopted by the Ministry in respect of the Provincial Public Administration and Management Development & Training falls within the framework of the national policy and the subject and functions assigned under list i & iii of the 9th schedule of the 13th amendment to the Constitution of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka.

On 16.10.2006, the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka gave its judgment for a fundamental right infringement case about merger of the Northern and Eastern Provinces. As the judgment says that the merger was not a legitimate one, two separate entities i.e. the Northern Provincial Council and the Eastern Provincial Council have been established since 22.12.2006. Accordingly, the Ministry of Provincial Public Administration of the NPC also was established.

The Ministry held regular staff meetings with all the departments to review human resource development activities and to monitor and evaluate their sectoral performances. The Ministry had built up good relationships with relevant line ministries, departments, other provincial councils, district secretariats and divisional secretariats.

After series of debates on subjects allocated to various Provincial Ministries, the Honorable Governor has made a proclamation on re allocation of subjects (Ref the Honorable Governor’s memo No 09/2007). Consequently, the Public Administration Secretariat has been established under Chief Secretary’s Cluster with effect from 01.01.2008. The Management Development and Training Unit of the NPC has commenced its functions under the purview of this secretariat.

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6.1.2 Achievements

This year 300 Management Assistants were appointed. Other details are following.

Service

2009

2010

2011

Management Assistants

58

1

251

Driver

05

05

 

Total

63

06

251

We absorbed 79 employees from Puthalam refugees camp management centre as per cabinet decision dated 02.06.2011.

PROMOTION GRANTED

Service

2009

2010

2011

Sri Lanka Technical Service

06

12

 

Management Assistant III

06

11

 

Management Assistant IIIII

48

13

 

Office Employees Service IIIII

09

19

05

Office Employees Service III

02

04

 

Driver IIIII

08

08

03

Driver II I

08

08

 

Total

87

75

08

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6.1.3 Fund Received

“Vadakkin Vasantham” Activities – 2009

Financial S.No Item Name Description No of Item Expenditure 1 Water Tank Provide Drinking Water
Financial
S.No
Item Name
Description
No of Item
Expenditure
1
Water Tank
Provide Drinking Water
facilities to Resettlers
500 L
150
1,460,625.00
1000 L
60
2
Water Pump & Foot valve
Provide Drinking Water
facilities to Resettlers
35
2,160,175.00
3 SLTT Bus hiring
Support resettlement works
-
662,930.00
4 Purchased Push Cycle
Support to start the
businesses
765
7,831,687.50
Sub Total
1,010
12,115,417.50

“Vadakkin Vasantham” Activities – 2010

Financial S.No Item Name Description No of Item Expenditure 1 Repaired Push Cycle Support to
Financial
S.No
Item Name
Description
No of Item
Expenditure
1
Repaired Push Cycle
Support to start the
businesses
Support to start the
businesses
2,693
7,944,350.00
2
Purchased Push Cycle
2,947
23,515,587.50
3
Purchased Fish Box
Support to livelihood
62
595,512.58
Board Service from
4
Maniamthoddam to
Poonakary
Provide Transport service to
Resettelers
-
2,371,500.00
5
Hired Vehicle
-
9,542,957.24
6
Tube Well
8
1,316,856.00
7
Foot Valve Set
For support resettlement
works & Transport of
abounded Vehicles
Support livelihood activities
& Drinking Water facilities
Support livelihood activities
& Drinking
Water facilities
10
49,650.00
8
Solar Street Light
Support to Resettlers
106
7,105,500.00
9
Vehicle Yard Expenditure
Handing over abounded
vehicles to owners.
-
2,678,548.25
Sub Total
5,826
55,120,461.57

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Human Resource Development Training Activities

Description

 

2009

2010

 

2011

General HRD Assistance

36

Officers

23 Officers

9

Officers

Foreign Training

23

Officers

7 Officers

8

Officers

Workshop and Training

36

Officers

330 Officers

801Officers

General Training Programme (KSP Programme)

1200 Officers

480 Officers

14 Officer

Total

130 Officers

372 Officers

819 Officers

6.1.4 Future Plan

We planned to fill the following vacancies during the year.

Service

Numbers

Management Assistants

100

Programme Assistants (Graduate Appointments)

400

Driver

44

Office Employee Service (OES)

68

Total

612

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6.1.5 Constraints

We have acute shortage of all Island Services officers.

Service

Number

Sri Lanka Administrative Service (SLAS)

52

Sri Lanka Accountant Service (SLAccS)

34

Sri Lanka Planning Service (SLPS)

6

Sri Lanka Engineering Servive (SLEngS)

24

Sri Lanka Agrarian Service (SLAgriS)

13

Sri Lanka Animal Production & Health Service (SLAP&H)

12

Sri Lanka Principal Service (SLPS)

6

Sri Lanka Education Administrative Service (SLEAS)

155

Total

302

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Str a tegies

The C entral Gove rnment has agreed to r ecruit all Isl and Service s Officers th r ough speci al exam . Action wa s already ta ken to recru it SLAS Offi c ers.

wa s already ta ken to recru it SLAS Offi c ers. Pro g ress Re

Pro g ress Re p ort fro m 01 Jan 2 011 – 30 A pril 201 1

1.

C omputer Tr a ining Prog r amme on C IGAS – Batc h I

01 – 05 Ma r ch 2011

1.1

Inauguratio n held at Co mputer Lab , MDI, Kond avil East

h I 01 – 05 Ma r ch 2011 1.1 Inauguratio n held at Co mputer

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2. C omputer Tr a ining Prog r amme on C IGAS – Batc h II

2.1 In auguration

Prog r amme on C IGAS – Batc h II 2.1 In auguration 3. T raining

3. T raining Pro g ramme on Towards a C reative, Inn ovative an d Productive Provincial P ublic servic e Batch III ( 26 27 M arch 2011 )

In n ovative an d Productiv e Provincial P ublic servic e ‐ Batch III (

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4. T raining Prog ramme on Towards a C reative, Inn ovative an d Productive Provincial P ublic servic e

n ovative an d Productiv e Provincial P ublic servic e 5. T raining Pro g

5. T raining Prog ramme on Towards a C reative, Inn ovative an d Productive Provincial P ublic servic e Batch V ( 30 31 M a rch 2011 )

In n ovative an d Productiv e Provincial P ublic servic e ‐ Batch V (

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5. T raining Prog ramme on Towards a C reative, Inn ovative an d Productive Provincial P ublic servic e Batch VI ( 01 02 M arch 2011 )

In n ovative an d Productiv e Provincial P ublic servic e ‐ Batch VI (
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6.2 PROVINCIAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PROVINCIAL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

6.2.1 Background

Provincial Public Service Commission is an Institution established under the provisions of Provincial Councils Act No. 42 of 1987. As per Section 32(1) Appointment, Transfer, Dismissal and Disciplinary Control of officers of the North Provincial Public Service are vested in the Hon. Governor. The Hon. Governor, acting under the provisions of Section 32(2) has delegated his powers of Appointment, Transfer, Dismissal and Disciplinary Control of Officers to the Provincial Public Service Commission, reserving to himself the power of Appointment of Provincial Secretaries and Provincial Heads of Departments.

Section 32(2) of the Provincial Councils Act No. 42 of 1987 was amended by Provincial Councils (Amendment) Act No. 28 of 1990 introducing a new subsection 2 A empowering the Provincial Public Service Commission to delegate to Chief Secretary, Provincial Secretaries of Ministries and Provincial Heads of Departments the power of Appointment, Transfer Dismissal and Disciplinary Control of Officers in the Non Staff Grade and accordingly revised powers of delegation was circulated among all Secretaries and Heads of Departments in August, 1999 with the approval of the Hon. Governor retaining with the Provincial Public Service Commission the power of Appointment, Transfer, Dismissal and Disciplinary Control of Officers in the Staff Grade.

The Provincial Public Service Commission consists of a Chairman and three Members Hon. Governor appoints the Chairman and the Committee members for a Period of three years. Depending on the work volume the Commission sits once or twice a month. The Hon. Governor has the Power to alter vary or rescind any appointment, transfer or any other order relating to disciplinary matters made by the Provincial Public Service Commission. (Organization Chart of the PPSC Annexed.)

disciplinary matters made by the Provincial Public Service Commission. (Organization Chart of the PPSC Annexed.) 306

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Functions

The P.P.S.C Secretariat is functioning under the supervision of the Secretary of the PPSC who is a senior classI S.L.A.S officer. The P.P.S.C Secretariat attends to the following functions.

Promotion of staff grade officers.

Granting of service extension to staff officers.

Granting approval for retirement.

Functions as an appellant body in regard to establishment matters.

Inter provincial transfers of staff in the provincial service and transfer of provincial staff to line ministers.

Release of Provincial Public Service officers temporarily or permanently to other posts in the provinces, Statutory Boards or to central Government.

Conduct of Examinations for recruitment of officers, conducting efficiency Bar Examinations and Promotion Exams to all category of officers

Approving of Service Minute and Schemes of Recruitment for positions in the Provincial Public Service.

The P.P.S.C has limited number of staff and other resources .But efforts are being made to make best use of the available resources to obtain maximum productivity in order to ensure provision of effective resourceful and qualified personnel for the Northern Provincial Public Service. With the dawn of peace communication and transport facilities have improved substantially and there is a conducive environment to conduct Exams and to expedite decisions on establishment matters. Earlier there were several positions without proper Service Minute, Schemes of Recruitment and promotional opportunities. Within the Last few years most of these positions have been identified and action have been taken to prepare and approve service minutes, Schemes of recruitments and to ensure that the officers serving in the Northern Provincial Council are provided with a salary structure befitting their qualification and experience.

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6.2.2 Achievements

The Following Schemes of Recruitments and Service Minutes for various categories of officers were Examined and approved by the PPSC in 2009.

Co operative Development Officers in the Department of Co operative Development, Northern Province.

Office Employees Service in the Northern Province.

Development Assistants (Graduate Appointees) in the Northern Province.

Maintenance Labourers in the Department of Irrigation, Northern Province.

Investigation Officers’ in the Department of Local Government.

Superintendent of Elders Home Department of Social Service, Northern Province.

Elders Home Nurses in the Department of Social Service, Northern Province.

Elders Home Attendants in the Department of Social Service, Northern Province.

Departmental Labourers (unskilled) in the Department of Building.

Primary Level Unskilled Labouers in the Ministry of Health, Northern Province.

Librarian Service in the Dept.fo Local Government, Northern Province.

Dispensary Orderly of Elders Home in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

Water Pump Operator of Elders Home in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

Combined Service of Officers in the Sports Sector.

Sanitary Labourer for Elders Home in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

Labourer for Elders Home in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

Watcher for Elders Home in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

Certified School Head Master in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Ass.House Master in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Trained Teacher in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School House Master in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Ass. Matron in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Social Service Officer in the Dept. of Social Service, Northern Province.

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Dept. Labourer in the Dept. of Animal Production

Care Taker in the Dept. of Animal Production.

Plan Printer in the Dept. of Irrigation.

Pharmacist Service in the Ministry of Health.

Unified Nursing Service in the Ministry of Health.

The Following Schemes of Recruitments and Service Minutes for various categories of officers were Examined and approved by the PPSC in 2010.

Health Management Assistant service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Dispensary Laborers in the Department of Animal Production, Northern Province.

Technological Service in the Northern Province.

Family Health Officers in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Public Health Inspectors in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Primary level Skilled Laboures in the Ministry of Health& Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

‘Seamstress’ Service (Semi Skilled Labourers’ Service) in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Work Supervisors (NON – S.L.T.S) in the Department of Irrigation, Northern Province.

Physiotherapist Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

Diet Stewardess in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

School Dental Therapists in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

Health Education Officers in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

Carpenter Services in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

Boiler Operators Services in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine

Lecturer in the Department of Co operative Development, Northern Province.

Food & Drugs Inspectors in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Cooks (Semi Skilled Labourer) in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Welders Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

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Hairdressers’ Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Therapy / Diagnostic Radiographers Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Painters Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine, Northern Province.

Agriculture Instructors in the Dept.of Agriculture, Northern Province.

State Receiving Home Matron Service in the Dept.of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Probation Officers Service in the Dept.of Probation Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Assistant Warden Service in the Dept.of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Matron Service in the Dept.of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Certified School Overseer Service in the Dept.of Probation & Child Care,Northern Province.

Cooks’ Service in the Dept.of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Weaving Instructors Service in the Ministry of Local Government, Northern Province.

Labourers’ Service in the Dept.of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Sanitary Labourers’ Service in the Dept.of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Lorry Cleaner Service in the Dept.of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Watchers Service (Labour Grade) in the Dept.of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Provincial Public Management Assistants Service in the Provincial Public Administration, Northern Province.

Librarian Service in the Local Government Department Northern Province.

Public Health Field Assistants’ Service (Sri Lanka Technological Service) in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Dispensers’ Service (SLTS) in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Medical Laboratory Technologists’ Service in the Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine Northern Province.

Training Officers’ Service in the Management Development and Training Institute of the Northern Province.

School Library Attendant in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

School Hostel Labourer in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

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School Cook in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

School Labourer in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

School Sanitary Labourer in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

School Laboratory Attendant in the Ministry of Education, Northern Province.

Cook in the Department of Probation & Child Care, Northern Province.

Weaving Instructor/ Senior Weaving Supervisor in the Department of Industries.

Librarian in the Ministry of Local Government, Northern Province.

Water Pump Operator in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Store Men in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Cook in the Department of Probation and Child Care, Northern Province.

Sports Officer in the Department of Sports, Northern Province.

Labourers’ Service in the Northern Province.

Tractor Operators’ Service in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Circuit Bungalow Keepers’ Service in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Nursery Men’ Service in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Cooks’ Service in the Department of Agriculture, Northern Province.

Registered /Assistant Medical Officers’ Service in the Ministry of Health.

Sanitary Laborers’ Service in the Dept.of Irrigation, Northern Province.

Sanitary Laborers’ Service in the Dept.of Animal Production & Health, Northern Province.

Data Entry Operators Service in the Northern Province.

Soil Testers Service in the Dept.of Irrigation, Northern Province.

Machine Operators Service in the Dept.of Animal Production & Health, Northern Province.

Watchers’ Service in the Dept.of Irrigation, Northern Province.

Dispensary Labourers’ Service in the Dept.of Animal Production & Health, Northern Province.

Lorry Cleaners’ Service in the Dept.of Animal Production & Health, Northern Province.

Legal Officer in the Northern Province.

Asst.Director of Cultural Affairs in the Dept.of Cultural Affairs, Northern Province.

Cultural Officer in the Dept.of Cultural Affairs, Northern Province.

Tractor Operator Service in the Dept.of Animal Production and Health.

Motor Vehicle driver of the Home for Elders in the Dept.of Social Service, Northern Province.

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Public Heal t h Field Assis t ants Service in the Minist ry of Health & Indigenous Medicine.

Dispenser s Service (S r i Lanka Te c hnological S ervice) in t he Ministry of Health & Indigenous Medicine.

The F ollowing Sc h emes of Re c ruitments a n d Service M inutes for v a rious catego ries of offic e rs

were Examined an d approved by the PPSC i n 2011.

Unschedul e d Post in the Local Autho rities under t he Departme nt of Local G overnment i n

the Northe rn Province.

Revenue In spectors Ser v ice in the No rthern Provi nce.

Provincial O ffice Emplo y ees Service i n the Northe rn Province.

Cooks of El ders Home in the Depart m ent of Socia l Services, No rthern Provi nce.

State Rec e iving Home House Mot h er in the D e partment o f Probation & Child Car e

Services, N o rthern Prov i nce.

Sewing Inst ructors’ Serv ice in the Ru ral Developm ent Departm ent, Norther n Province.

Rural Deve lopment Off i cers in the R ural Develo pment Depar tment, Nort hern Provinc e

Norther n Province. • Rural Deve lopment Off i cers in the R ural Develo pment

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The PPSC ensures efficient human resource management by attending to various establishment

matters related to the Provincial Public Service. Prompt actions by PPSC to regularize

establishment matters motivate officers towards better performance. Details of Establishment

matters completed are as Follows.

Administration ­ 2009

Activities

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Absorption

1002

‐‐‐

060

300

1077

923

968

938

780

807

1011

478

Direct

                       

Appointment

‐‐‐

048

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

017

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Acting

                       

Appointment

012

008

012

005

009

001

005

002

006

014

‐‐‐

003

Contract

                       

Appointment

002

002

001

002

‐‐‐

003

001

‐‐‐

002

003

001

‐‐‐

Re

                       

Employment

012

006

015

009

004

005

011

007

016

012

006

005

Confirmation

001

‐‐‐

004

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

004

‐‐‐

001

001

001

‐‐‐

Promotion

‐‐‐

001

002

003

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

024

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

003

001

002

Extension of time to pass the E.B

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

002

Exemption

                       

from E.B

001

‐‐‐

001

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Extension of

                       

Service

002

002

003

002

003

‐‐‐

003

002

001

002

002

005

Retirement

001

001

014

002

002

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

002

002

Temporary

                       

Release

002

001

001

001

002

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

002

003

002

Permanent

                       

Release

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

02

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

001

Inter

                       

Provincial

037

036

029

005

020

007

020

011

025

019

019

005

Transfer

Scheme of

                       

Recruitment

‐‐‐

001

002

‐‐‐

001

004

001

001

005

005

004

005

Appeal

011

003

002

007

008

006

009

002

009

008

004

001

Miscellaneous

001

‐‐‐

002

001

002

001

002

002

001

001

005

004

 

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Administration – 2010

Activities

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Absorption

155

107

001

001

002

002

003

337

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Direct

                       

Appointment

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Acting

                       

Appointment

008

002

015

009

003

005

007

006

006

011

007

007

Contract

                       

Appointment

008

001

004

002

002

003

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

002

‐‐‐

001

Re Employment

013

005

015

009

004

004

019

031

009

007

005

003

Confirmation

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

002

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Promotion

012

012

002

005

004

002

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

005

010

004

Extension of time to pass the E.B

002

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

008

003

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Exemption from

                       

E.B

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

001

001

001

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

Extension of

                       

Service

004

001

001

006

003

002

‐‐‐

001

001

001

001

001

Retirement

003

‐‐‐

002

003

003

002

001

003

001

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Temporary

                       

Release

003

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

002

‐‐‐

Permanent

                       

Release

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Inter Provincial

                       

Transfer

015

050

‐‐‐

119

059

013

059

014

010

004

011

045

Mutual Transfer

002

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

004

006

002

003

002

‐‐‐

002

002

003

Scheme of

                       

Recruitment

012

018

009

010

024

001

012

007

010

‐‐‐

009

005

Appeal

‐‐‐

003

009

004

002

006

007

016

004

013

010

001

Miscellaneous

001

‐‐‐

002

006

007

‐‐‐

007

002

007

002

002

‐‐‐

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PRO VINCIAL P UBLIC SER VICE COM MISSION

Adm inistratio n – 2011

Activi ties

January

March

April

May

June

Absor p tion

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐ ‐

Direct Appointme n t

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐

Acting Appointme nt

010

007

01

5

012

0

28

Contr a ct Appoint m ent

005

023

01

4

002

0

03

Confir mation

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

0

03

Promo tion

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐

Extens ion of time t o pass the E .B

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐ ‐‐

Exemp tion from E B

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐ ‐‐

Extens ion of Servi c e

007

007

00

2

002

0

04

Retire ment

002

001

00

1

001

0

05

Temp o rary Releas e

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

00

1

‐‐‐

‐‐

Perma nent Releas e

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

001

‐‐

Inter Provincial T r ansfer

020

090

06

3

021

0

28

Schem e of Recruit ment

002

002

‐‐‐

002

0

04

Appea l

002

003

00

3

007

0

03

Miscel laneous

‐‐‐

001

00

1

003

‐‐

Intervi ew

‐‐‐

001

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐

* P.P .S.C meetin g was not c o nducted in February 20 11.

001 ‐‐‐ ‐‐‐ ‐ ‐‐ * P.P .S.C meetin g was not c o nducted in

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Examination Activities – 2009

Conducting Recruitment Examinations, Efficiency Bar Examinations and Promotional Examinations to Staff & Non Staff Grade Officers of various services of Northern Province. 03 Recruitments, 12 Efficiency Bar and 01 Promotional Examinations were conducted successfully in the year of 2009.

 

Number

Number of

Number of Examinations Results Released including

Nature of

Advertised for

Examinations

Examinations

Examinations

Conducted in

in 2009

2009

the Examinations Conducted in 2009

Recruitment.

07

03

01

Efficiency Bar.

14

12

04

Promotion.

02

01

00

Confirmation

02

02

00

Qualifying Exam

02

02

00

Departmental Examination.

01

00

00

Interview.

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

‐‐‐

Oral Test.

05

05

00

Details of Examinations Conducted ­ 2009

A. Recruitment Examinations.

1. Recruitment of Open Competitive Examination for Co operative Development Officer Grd. IIB 2009

2. Recruitment of Open Competitive Examination for Colonization Officer Grd. III

3. Recruitment of Open Competitive Examination for Colonization Officer (Trainee Grd)

4. Recruitment of Open Competitive Examination for Colonization Officer (Limited)

5. Recruitment of .Open

Competitive Examination for Aesthetic Teachers (Dance)

2009

6. Recruitment of .Open

7. Recruitment of .Open

2009

Competitive Examination for Aesthetic Teachers (Art) 2009

Competitive Examination for Aesthetic Teachers (Drama)

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B. Efficiency Bars

1. E.B Examination for Management Assistant Class III 2009

2. E.B Examination for Management Assistant Class II2009

3. E.B Examination for Programme Assistant – 2009

4. E.B Examination for Librarian Service Grade III – 2009

5. 1 st E.B Examination for the Officers Recruited Under the Graduate Scheme in 1999

6. 2 nd E.B Examination for the Officers Recruited Under the Graduate Scheme in 1999

7. 1 st E.B Examination for the Post of Sewing Instructor

8. E.B Examination for the Post of Probation Officers Class II

9. E.B Examination for the Post of Rural Development Officers Class II

10. E.B Examination for the Post of Social Service Officers Class II

11. E.B Examination for the Post of Cultural Officers Class II

12. E.B Examination for the Post of Community Development Officers Class II

13. E.B Examination for the Post of Management (Industries ) Assistant ClassII

14. E.B Examination for the Post Drivers Class II ‘B’

C . Promotions.

1. Examination for the Promotion Class III to Class II of Provincial Management Assistant Service 2009

2. Examination for the Promotion Class II to Class I of Provincial Management Assistant Service – 2009

D. Confirmation.

1. Confirmation Examination for the Post of Social Service Officers.

2. Confirmation Examination for the Post of Rural Development Officers Class II.

E. Qualifying Exam.

1. Qualifying Examination for the Technical Officers in the Training Grade to Appoint in the post of

S.L.T.S (Draughtsman) Class II ‘B”

2. Qualifying Examination for the Technical Officers in the Training Grade to Appoint in the post of

S.L.T.S Class II ‘B”.

F. Departmental Examination.

1. Departmental Exam 1995 2009

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Examination Activities ­ 2010

07 Recruitment, 02 Promotion, 03 Departmental and 02 Qualifying Examinations were conducted successfully in the year of 2010.

 

Number

Number of

Number of Examination Results Released including the Examinations Conducted in 2010

Advertised for

Examination

Name of Examinations

Examination

Conducted in

in 2010

2010

Recruitment

13

07

07

Efficiency Bar

18

00

03

Promotion

14

02

00

Departmental Examination

03

03

01

Qualifying Examination

02

02

02

A. Recruitment Examinations.

1. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Field Instructor in Land Commissioner Department.

2. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Livestock Development Instructor (Training Grade).

3. Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Livestock Development Instructor II ‘B’ (Limited).

4. Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Librarian Grade III.

5. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Librarian Grade III(Limited).

6. Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Librarian Grade II .

7. Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Librarian Grade II (Limited).

8. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Pre School Teacher.

9. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Health Management Assistant.

10. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the posts of Non Educational Staff.

11. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Agriculture Instructor

12. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Sports Officer

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13. Open Competitive Examination to recruit for the post of Public Management Assistant

The applications for the Efficiency bar Examinations for the Posts/Services mentioned below were called in 2010.

01. Sewing Instructor

02. Sri Lanka Technological Service

03. Needle Demonstrator

04. Posts for the recruited officers under the Graduate Scheme of 1999

05. Probation Officers

06. Rural Development Officer

07. Pre School Teacher

08. Investigatio