Gender Discrimination In Selection On Bureaucratic Jobs: A Case Study Of Sindh Public Service Commission

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  • Dr. Zahid Ali Channar Faculty of Management, Business Administration & Commerce, Sindh Madressatul Islam University,Karachi
  • Dr. Sakina Riaz Department of Social Work, University of Karachi
  • Saleem Raza Quresh Department of Management Sciences, Isra University Hyderabad, Sindh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46568/pjgs.v18i1.36

Keywords:

Gender, Discrimination, Sindh Public Service Commission, Bureaucratic Jobs

Abstract

This research has focused on gender discrimination in selection on bureaucratic jobs through Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC). The study was conducted on secondary data collected from annual reports of SPSC.The data was analyzed by the Management tool (fourth-fifths rule)and Statistical technique (Chi-square goodness of fit test). Analysis through 4/5th rule showed that in the combined competitive examination of year 2011, there was huge gender discrimination against females in the appointments of Deputy District Officers’ posts; and for the appointment on the posts of Section Officer, females were again discriminated as compared to males.Gender Discrimination in the appointment on the bureaucratic jobs was also assessed through Chi-Square goodness of fit test. Results yielded by the test showed that there was huge discrimination against females on the appointment of all bureaucratic jobs. This research has implications for the Government, Human Rights Activists and educated females.

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Published

2019-06-30

How to Cite

Channar, Z. A., Riaz, S., & Quresh, S. R. (2019). Gender Discrimination In Selection On Bureaucratic Jobs: A Case Study Of Sindh Public Service Commission. Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies, 18(1), 249–268. https://doi.org/10.46568/pjgs.v18i1.36

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