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NTS Sample Papers - Ministry of Ports & Shipping, Marine Fisheries Recruitment

NTS Sample Papers - Ministry of Ports & Shipping, Marine Fisheries Recruitment

The NTS Sample Papers that can be helpful in preparing for the recruitment exams, scheduled to be conducted for various posts offered by Ministry of Ports & Shipping, Marine Fisheries Department Karachi (Government of Pakistan), can be downloaded from the following site:

- NTS Sample Papers

The posts offered include Assistant Director (Quality Control) (BPS-17), Assistant Microbiologist (BPS-16), Bio-Chemist (BPS-16), Computer Operator (BPS-16), Inspector (BPS-11), U.D.C (BPS-09), Naib Qasid, Farrash, Chowkidar, Sweeper, Quality Control Officer (BPS-16), Deputy Director (Hatchery) (BPS-18), Assistant Director (Fin Fish) (BPS-17), Assistant Director (Shell Fish) (BPS-17), Biochemist (BPS-16), Superintendent (BPS-16), Technician (Electrician) (BPS-14), Technician (Lab) (BPS-14), Technician (Plumbering) (BPS-14), Senior Research Assistant (BPS-12), Assistant Biochemist (BPS-10), Upper Division Clerk (BPS-09) and Lower Division Clerk (BPS-07).

The above site also hosts a number of sample papers/past papers for the recruitment exams conducted by NTS for various others positions in the public and private sector organizations. The site also offers numerous sample papers for specialized exams such as GAT General, GAT Subject and NAT.

About NTS: The National Testing Service (NTS) is a public sector, autonomous, testing organization, which conducts tests and assessments for admissions, scholarships, recruitment and promotion purposes. It was established in July 2002 and is governed by a Management Committee.

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