MCQs Of KP Right To Public Services Act

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MCQs Of KP Right To Public Services Act

The following MCQs have been created for your ease so that you could easily do your preparation for upcoming test/tests. These MCQs have been extracted from KP Right to Public Services Act. We have tried our best to avoid any kind of mistake but still if you find any mistake please inform us by mentioning it in the comment box.

1 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa/KP Right to Public Services Bill, 2014 having been passed by the Provincial Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on

15th January, 2014

2 The Bill was assented by the Governor of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on

21st January, 2014

3 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa/KP Right to Public Services Act 2014, extends to

The whole of the Province of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

4 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Right to Public Services Act 2014 came into force at once after

Its assentation by the Governor of KP

5 According to the Act what does “Appellate Authority” mean?

The concerned administrative Secretary of the Department

 

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6 The term “Commission” according to the Public Services Act means

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Right to Public Services Commission

7 “Department” means a Department of Government, established under

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government Rules of Business, 1985

8 “Designated officer” means an officer designated under

Section 4 of the Act

9 As per Act an “Eligible person” means any Pakistani citizen having an accrued right to

Public service in the Province

10 “Government” means the Government of the

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

11 “Prescribed” means prescribed by rules and regulations made under

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Right to Public Services Act 2014

12 “Public service” mean any service or services notified by Government, under

The section 4 of this Act

13 “Regulations” mean regulations made under

This Act

14 “Rules” mean rules made under

This Act

15 “Specified time limit” means the time limit within which _______________ is required to provide service as specified under ___________.

The designated officer, Sub-section (1) of section 4

16 In case of rejection of application for any services on any ground, a person may submit an appeal to Appellate Authority, within a period of ________ from the date of such rejection.

Thirty (30) days

17 In case the appellant or the designated officer is aggrieved of a final order passed by the Appellate Authority in result of an appeal, he may prefer an appeal to the Commission, within ____________ of issuance of such final order of the Appellate Authority.

Fifteen (15) days

18 The appeal of aggrieved officer or person shall be disposed off within _________ of the receipt of the appeal.

Thirty (30) days

19 Any other matter or complaint, to be adjudicated bythe Commission, may be disposedoff, within a period of ______________ from the date of receipt of such -complaint or entrustment of such matter, as the case may be.

Sixty (60) days

20 While deciding an appeal, the Appellate Authority shall have the same powers as are vested in the ____________ under the Code of __________.

Civil Court, Civil Procedure 1908

21 In case the Appellate Authority find the public officer accused of not providing services to eligible person in due time or has caused delay or has provided the services but are deficient in any manner, the authority can impose a fine of maximum __________________.

Twenty Five Thousand (25,000) Rupees

22 If the Commission find the Appellate Authority guilty of any delay in deciding an appeal, it can impose a fine on the authority that must not be less than _______________ and must not exceed ___________.

One Thousand (1000) Rupees, Twenty Five Thousand (25,000) Rupees

23 According to this Act, upon imposition of fine on Appellate Authority, a portion of the fine must be paid to the aggrieved person but it must not exceed ___________ of the fine.

Seventy (70) Percent

24 The Commission may also recommend _____________ action against accused officer or Appellate Authority.

Disciplinary

25 The Commission is composed of a

Chief Commissioner and two Commissioners

26 The Chief Commissioner shall be a retired senior Government servant, not below the rank of ___________ with proven integrity and intellect.

BPS-21

27 The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Right to Public Services Commission is headed by a

Chief Commissioner

28 The other two Commissioners shall be retired senior Government servant, not below the rank of

BPS-20

29 One of the Commissioners shall be retired senior Government servant from the department of financial management while the other should be from

Public administration, regulation and discipline

30 The Chief Commissioner and the Commissioners shall hold office for a term of  __________ from the date on which they enter upon office.

Three (03) years

31 The Chief Commissioner and the Commissioners cannot hold office any longer upon

Attaining the age of 65 years

32 Upon completion of their term, the Chief Commissioner and the Commissioners shall not be eligible for

Reappointment

33 At the time of appointment the Chief Commissioner and the Commissioners shall not hold any _________ or have any ____________

Public office, Link with a political party

34 In case of the non-availability of the Chief Commissioner or any of the two Commissioners the Government may appoint any qualified person to hold that office in the interim for a term not exceeding

Six (06) months

35 The Government may remove the Chief Commissioner or the Commissioner before the expiry of his term on any ground such as

Misconduct or incapability

36 In case a complainant was found guilty of filing a frivolous complaint, the complainant will be required to explain his position before the Commission for filing frivolous complaint within

Fifteen (15) days

37 If the complainant could not satisfied the Commission with his reply, the Commission may impose a fine of ______________ on him.

Fifty thousand (50,000) rupees

38 The provisions of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Right to Public Services Act shall not be under the direct or indirect effect of

Any other law

 

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5 thoughts on “MCQs Of KP Right To Public Services Act

  1. 26 The Chief Commissioner shall be a retired senior Government servant, not below the rank of ___________ with proven integrity and intellect.

    BPS-21

  2. 29 One of the Commissioners shall be retired senior Government servant from the department of financial management while the other should be from

    Graduate degree with 15 years of experience in public services and not less than 45 years of age.

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