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Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) is one of the oldest statutory institutions in Pakistan that is quite close to the centenary of its existence. It caters to the needs of Recruiting Personnel for the Provincial Civil Service and is in line with standard statutes adopted by countries to meet the emerging challenges of development. The formation and implementation of commissions mandated to Recruit Civil Servants was a corollary to the British contribution to the public administration of the sub-continent providing a system of modern career public service. Pakistan retained the essential characteristics of the Civil Service structure that evolved during the colonial period.
The process was initiated after the transfer of the Governance function to the British Government in 1858 with the setting-up of some line departments followed up by Aitchison Commission in 1886 that divided the civil service into three categories: The Indian Civil Service; The Provincial Service and The Subordinate Civil Service with one-sixth of the superior reserved posts be opened to the Provincial Civil Service. The most significant result of the commission was the abolition of the Statutory Civil Service and its replacement by the Provincial Civil Service (PCS) which became the forerunner of Pakistan’s provincial bureaucracy mandated to be manned primarily by indigenous officers and in which positions would be filled locally by provincial authorities.