PPSC PMS Syllabus 2021 – 2022 PDF Download – Compulsory and Optional Subjects

PPSC Exam PMS Syllabus 2021 – 2022 PDF Download – Compulsory and Optional Subjects. The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has look over the PMS syllabus by re-introducing the twenty-nine elective Subjects for its Combined Competitive Examination for employment to the posts of Provincial Management Service. All the applicants shall take all the Compulsory Subjects and three of the elective Subjects (almost one from every group) carrying 200 Marks all. Hence total marks for the PMS exams are 1200 Marks.

PPSC PMS Syllabus 2021 - 2022 PDF Download - Compulsory and Optional Subjects
PPSC PMS Syllabus 2021 – 2022 PDF Download – Compulsory and Optional Subjects

PPSC PMS Syllabus Course Outline 2021

Here provided the complete PMS course outline of compulsory subjects in which Compulsory subjects list, Marks Division, and Syllabus mentioned.PMS stands for Provincial Management Services (PMS). It is a provincial base management service to accommodate the respective provincial needs. The provincial Public Service Commissions in all of Pakistan conducts this exam frequently.

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You should know that this PMS examination is held to recruit the officers in the various provincial departments in BPS-17. PMS Exam Syllabus for Compulsory and Optional Subjects is very important to understand before appearing in the PMS Examination. But before that, you must know the minimum eligibility for appearing in the PMS examination. Let’s have a look at PMS Exam Syllabus for Compulsory and Optional Subjects.

As click the link find out the PPSC PMS Optional Subjects Course Outlines that describes all optional subjects groups, each group, subject wise marks division and complete syllabus pattern of each subject

PMS Compulsory Subjects (600 Marks)

All the candidates shall take Three of the Optional Subjects.(Not More than one from each group)

CodeSubjectMarks
1English Essay100
2English100
3Urdu100
4Islamic Studies100
5Pakistan Studies100
6General Knowledge100

3 Optional Subjects PMS of 600 Marks

PPSC has prescribed following seven groups for selection of optional subjects from pms syllabus optional subjects. Candidates have to take three of the optional subjects (not more than one from each group). Mere glance at syllabus of PPSC gives the impression that PMS Syllabus covers most of the degrees generally held by the candidates. Here we discuss the PMS Syllabus briefly. Group wise syllabus is given below:

PMS Syllabus – Group A

The Group A generally covers the commerce based subjects.

Code No.SubjectMarks
1Commerce200
2Economics200
3Business Administration200
4Political Science200

PMS Syllabus – Group B

The Group B consists of Biological Sciences.

Code No.SubjectMarks
5Agriculture200
6Veterinary Sciences200
7Botany200
8Zoology200

PMS Syllabus – Group C

In Group C, Syllabus of PMS covers Mathematics based subjects.

Code No.SubjectMarks
9Mathematics200
10Computer Science200
11Statistics200
12Principle of Engineering200

PMS Syllabus – Group D

This Group covers Physical Sciences

Code No.SubjectMarks
13Physics200
14Chemistry200
15Geology200
16Geography200

PMS Syllabus – Group E

Syllabus Group E of PMS Exam consists of History, Law and Mass Communication subjects.

Code No.SubjectMarks
17Political Science200
18History200
19Law200
20Mass Communication200

PMS Syllabus – Group F

The social subjects are covered in this group.

Code No.SubjectMarks
21Philosophy200
22Psychology200
23Sociology200
24Social Work200

PMS Syllabus – Group G

Candidates can opt in Education or Languages subject from this Group.

Code No.SubjectMarks
25English Literature200
26Urdu200
27Arabic200
28Education200
29Persian200
30Punjabi200

Eligibility for PMS Exam

  • you should have a minimum Bachelor (14 years) education.
  • the minimum age for a male candidate is 21 to 30 Years
  • the minimum age for a female candidate is also 21 to 30 Years
  • 5 Years age Relaxation is for regular Government Servants of a province

PMS Exam Guidelines

  • There will be 3 chances available to take the PMS examination.
  • In all the compulsory and optional subjects you must obtain 40 marks out of 100 and an overall 50% of the aggregate marks (600/1200) in the written examination are required to qualify for the Interview.
  • When a candidate qualifies the written part of the PMS exam he will undergo a psychology test. The psychology test has no marks but it is important to get good marks in the viva voce (final interview).
  • The final interview will be of 300 marks. The candidate with 50% marks in the final interview will be declared successful. The final selection will be based on the Merit (Written Marks + Interview Marks).

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