Kharidar is a government position in Nepal that falls under the jurisdiction of the Lok Sewa Aayog, also known as the Public Service Commission (PSC) of Nepal. The Lok Sewa Aayog is an autonomous constitutional body responsible for recruiting competent individuals for various government positions through the system of civil service examinations.
NaSu, short for Nayab Subba, is a term used for the position of non-gazetted second-class officer in the government of Nepal. Kharidar is one of the positions under the NaSu category. Kharidars are typically involved in administrative and clerical tasks within government offices and departments.
To be eligible for the Kharidar position or any other government position, interested candidates must participate in the competitive examination conducted by the Lok Sewa Aayog. The examination consists of a written test, followed by an interview or a computer-based test, depending on the specific requirements of the position.
Candidates who pass the examination are included in the merit list, and vacancies are filled based on the candidates' merit and the available number of positions. The selected candidates are then appointed as Kharidars and assigned to the respective government offices or departments.
It's worth noting that the information provided here is based on the knowledge available up to September 2021, and there may have been updates or changes to the selection process or job descriptions since then. It's advisable to refer to the official website of the Lok Sewa Aayog or contact them directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the Kharidar position and the selection process.