The basic objective of this article is to understand the perceived applicant's experience
regarding procedural justice. This study was conducted in the public sector organizations of
the State of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Data was collected from those applications which had applied for
any post in the public service commission jobs. Further, the sample was divided into two categories, one those
who were selected and the other who could not make it through. A research questionnaire ranging from
strongly agree to strongly disagree on the likert scale was used, which was personally administered. The data
were analyzed by using SPSS version 22, where it was found that the overall pattern of results indicates that
both of the categories of applicants showed dissatisfaction with the procedural justice and feedback mechanism
of the existing selection procedures.
1-Ghulam Nabi Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, University of Kotli, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, (AJ&K), Pakistan.2-Faheem Ghazanfar Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of Kotli, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, (AJ&K), Pakistan.3-Naveeda Zeb Assistant Professor, Department of Banking and Finance, University of Kotli, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, (AJ&K), Pakistan.