Peshawar Electric Supply Company (TESCO) Screening Test NTS 2020 Roll No Slip Results Online

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If you do not receive your Roll No. Slip till 19th May 2020. Get a printout of your information displaying on this page and contact NTS Help Desk along with Original CNIC at your Reporting time. You will be issued provisional Roll No. Slip at the test center.

Candidates are provisionally allowed to appear in the test. Subject to verification of credentials and eligibility criteria. Mobile Phone, Calculators or any Gadget is not allowed in the Test Center Premises as per HEC instructions and NTS rules. Please don’t bring any of the above with you. Candidate may be searched for mobile phone and all electronic device and if found it will be confiscated and paper will be cancelled. Mobile Phones are strictly not allowed inside test center premises. Mobile collection facility will not be provided at test center.

Peshawar Electric Supply Company (TESCO) Screening Test NTS 2020 Roll No Slip Results Online

TESCO Roll No Slips NTS Test Online

TESCO NTS Results, Answer Keys Online

Tribal Areas Electric Supply Company (TESCO) Peshawar (Screening Test)

List of Candidates

Test Dates: Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st May, 2020

  Please Enter Your Name or CNIC : (e.g: 11111-1111111-1)

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Tesco Intro:

Peshawar Electric Supply Company TESCO has been created on 5th August 2004 as a corporatized entity under PEPCO as one of the steps taken towards vertical disintegration of the power sector of Pakistan. Power sector is in Pakistan is gradually moving from monopoly to privatization and from integration to disintegration.

To keep pace with this change, the Government of Pakistan approved a strategic plan in 1994 as a consequence of which the power wing of WAPDA has been un-bundled into 15 companies for generation, transmission and distribution of electricity.

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