1124 candidates clear NTS aptitude test


Staff Reporter

In order to ensure recruitment of the right person with the right aptitude, the Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) has developed transparent system of recruitment involving written, physical, skill & psychometric evaluation test to select right person for the right job.
Out of total 4, 525 candidates, 1124 candidates have cleared the National Testing Service Aptitude test for recent recruitment of Emergency Medical Technicians for new initiative of Motorbike Ambulance Service being launched in all 9 divisions of the Punjab this year.
According to the NTS, 67 candidates have been recommended for Bahawalpur, 90 for DG Khan, 153 for Faisalabad, 86 for Gujranwala, 443 for Lahore, 180 for Multan, 46 for Rawalpindi, 90 for Sahiwal and 69 for Sargodha Divisions for final interviews. It may be pertinent to mention here, in order to ensure transparency, the entire shortlisting process has been outsourced to the National Testing Service (NTS), which conducts all the tests, and the candidates passing different stages are finally interviewed by the Provincial Recruitment/ Selection Committee comprising of members from four independent Government departments including Home, and Health Departments, Police and Emergency Services and Psychologist.
This transparent process of selecting the right person with right aptitude for the job has been main reason for the success of Punjab Emergency Services (Rescue 1122). The effort of this lifesaving Emergency Service has always been to recruit honest, motivated, courageous and committed young individuals who can ensure the quality of emergency services being provided to the helpless victims of accidents, emergencies and disasters.