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|Post Date||PSC Name||Post Name||Vacancies||Qualification||More Details|
PSC Full form is the Public Service Commission. It is formed by the Government of India to recruit the staff for the vacancies in various government departments. India has twenty-nine (29) states and seven (7) union territories. They are Andhra Pradesh, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Gujarat, Haryana, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Kerala, Rajasthan, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Uttarakhand, West Bengal and seven UTs such as National Capital Territory of Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Chandigarh, Daman and Diu, Lakshadweep, Puducherry. Every state has its own PSC that works under that state government i.e, these 29 states have 29 PSCs.
UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) is responsible for conducting central level exams whereas State PSC is responsible for conducting state level exams like civil services, police services, etc in every state. We have listed down the PSC Recruitment Notifications which are released by the state PSCs and union PSC across India.
If you are looking for Latest PSC Jobs to make your career better? This is the right page. Every year, PSCs release various job notifications to recruit capable candidates for various vacancies in different departments.
The various state government exams conducted by the respective state PSCs are as follows:
All PSC’s will conduct the following rounds to recruit suitable candidates for various vacancies.
PSC Registration process is compulsory for the candidates who want to apply for Government jobs. After the successful registration, a registration number and password will be sent to the registered mobile number or email. The following documents are required for the PSC Online registration process.
Follow the step by step process for PSC One Time Registration provided here.
Here, we have provided the PSC syllabus for your convenience. The common subjects or topics that are covered in any PSC exam are shared below.
PSCs will announce the exam date separately or some times at the time of releasing the official notification. Candidates who wish to appear for the written exam have to check the PSC Exam date, venue, etc carefully. After the successful completion of the registration process, candidates have to download the PSC hall ticket. Without it, they are not allowed to enter the examination hall.
Previous Question Papers for PSC Exams are available here for download. Candidates can go through the PSC Previous Question Papers to score well in the upcoming exams. By solving the PSC question papers, candidates can cover the entire syllabus and also get familiarized with the exam pattern.
PSC Exam Books for different exams like TNPSC, TSPSC, APPSC, UPSC, etc are available here. Public Service Commission Books or Study Materials play an important role during the preparation for any of the competitive exams. Here, we have shared the full details related to PSC Books/ Study Materials.
Are you in search of PSC Mock Tests or Online Tests? PSC Mock tests for General English, Quantitative aptitude, Logical reasoning, general knowledge, etc are provided below. Candidates can take free PSC online tests for various PSC exams to calculate your level of preparation for the written exam.
PSCs will release exam calendar separately on its official portals for various exams conducted to fill the vacancies in the different departments. Soon, the PSC Exam calendar will be available on the respective portal. Candidates have to download it and keep safe for future reference. The Civil Service Examination conducted by different PSCs in different names is as follows:
|State Name||Vacancies||More Info|
|Andhra Pradesh||50,000 + |
|Bihar Govt Jobs||15,897 |
|Goa ||45987 |
|Gujarat ||37, 498|
|Madhya Pradesh||34, 867|
| Mizoram||36, 799|
|Meghalaya ||25000 |
|Odisha ||25, 649|
|Punjab ||21, 463 |
|Rajasthan ||4567 |
|Sikkim ||7800 |
|Telangana ||34,324 |
|Tripura ||5876 |
|Uttarakhand ||3498 |
In the above table, we have given links to all state PSC’s in India like APPSC, TSPSC, BPSC, GPSC, TNPSC, Kerala PSC, KPSC, JPSC, MPSC, etc. So, check out your desired state easily.
PSC Hall Tickets for all the Public Service Commission exams are available on its respective official sites. The officials will allow the applicants to download the PSC Call letters 15 days or 20 days before the written exam. Candidates can download the PSC Admit Card by entering the log in details like registration number, date of birth, etc. Download the admit card and keep it safe until the completion of the recruitment process.
After the completion of the written test, the officials will release the PSC Answer keys for different sets like A, B, C, D, etc on their respective portals. Candidates can download the PSC Answer sheet set wise for the respective exam. By cross-checking with the help of the PSC Exam key, candidates can estimate the scores obtained in the written exam before the release of the results.
Candidates who have appeared for the written exam can check the PSC Result from its official portal. To check the result, applicants have to enter the log in details like registration number, date of birth/password, etc in the “Applicant’s LogIn” page. After checking the result, candidates have to download it and keep safe for further process.
After the release of PSC results, the officials will release the PSC Rank list on its official portal which is arranged in the merit-based order. PSC Rank list comprises the rank, name of the candidate, registration number, total marks obtained, category of the candidate, etc. Candidates have to download the PSC Rank List and check whether their name and registration number are there or not.
The probability list consists of the registration numbers of the candidates (arranged in numerical sequence) who are found provisionally eligible to be included in the PSC rank list. Candidates whose registration numbers are there in the rank list have to appear for further selection rounds like document verification process, etc.
Various online PSC coaching centers are available. Aspirants who are not able to attend the regular training classes can opt for PSC online coaching. Candidates have to first enroll for online PSC coaching. At the initial stage, the printed study materials are sent to the students through courier or speed post. Enrolled candidates will be provided a login ID and password to log on to the test papers, online materials, model papers, practice tests, video presentations, etc. To clarify your doubts and to explain the difficult topics, faculty are also available. This will help you to monitor your performance and score high marks in the written exam.
The below information provides you with a description of respective public service commissions in India and their formative years.
The Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission carries a brief history of over 50 years. It was part of the Madras Service Commission before the reorganization of the States in 1953. The Andhra Service Commission was formed after the bifurcation of AP from erstwhile Madras State on linguistic lines. Adhering to the constitutional mandate APPSC had played a crucial role in recruiting qualified individuals for Group I, Group II, Group III and Group IV services for over five decades. The APPSC has been divided into TSPSC and APPSC after the bifurcation of Telangana region from Andhra Pradesh State.
The Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission was formed in the year 1988, it is highly acclaimed for its transparent recruitment process. The Commission conducts recruitment for state level positions in the state. It conducts recruitment based on the recommendations of various departments for filling up vacant positions. State level competitive examination will be held for Group A, Group B and lower cadre positions.
The Assam Public Service Commission conducts recruitment for all state level examinations; the commission was set up as per the constitutional provision in India. It came into existence on September 1 as per the constitutional provision. The Commission undertakes the responsibility of framing recruitment procedures and releases notification based on vacancies in State departments.
The general examinations conducted by the commission are:
Bihar Public Service Commission carries the history of over fifty years and it came into existence after separation of State from unified Orissa and Madhya Pradesh State in the year 1949. It was formed as per the formation of the Constitution of India on 26th January 1950.The commission conducts examination for various positions under below-mentioned services.
Chattisgarh Public Service Commission is one of the youngest Commission in India, formed as per the constitutional provision on 1st November 2000. The State was bifurcated from the erstwhile Madhya Pradesh State’s reorganization. The commission has authority to appoint all the State level positions and below cadre by conducting competitive examinations.It also conducts recruitment for state civil services, engineering and other services. The commission also frames guidelines on compensation and disciplinary matters.
The Goa Public Service Commission is the constitutional body formed under Article 320 (3) of the Indian Constitution. Based on the recommendations of the various departments, the commission releases recruitment notification, guidelines on disciplinary matters and adheres to reservation policies while recruiting the candidates for various positions.Recruitment for various positions and commonly deals with the recruitment of Group A and B officers in various departments of Goa.
Gujarat Public Service Commission was formed in the year 1960, as per the constitutional provision. The commission undertakes the responsibility of conducting recruiting to state level services. It also issues the guidelines to the state government on disciplinary matters, recruitment procedures and other activities.The commission conducts recruitment for numerous services that include – Gujarat Administrative Services which further includes other cadres such as Class I and II category employees, Class-II category includes private secretary, Range Forest Officer and Translator.All examinations are conducted in a transparent manner to ensure that right candidates enter services.
The Haryana Public Service Commission was established as per the constitutional provision. The commission came into existence as per the Reorganization Act, 1966. The commission formulates recruitment guidelines and releases recruitment notification for various services. It also conducts recruitment for Judicial services, State civil services and other lower cadre examinations.
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission was established in 1971, after attaining the Statehood. When the State was a Union Territory, Union Public Service Commission used to conduct recruitment for various services. The commission conducts recruitment for various state level services and other services. HPPSC conducts recruitment for the below mentioned examinations.
Jharkhand Public Service Commission was formed as per the constitutional mandate in the year 2000. The new commission came into existence after the separation of State from the erstwhile Bihar State. All the government related positions will be recruited by the commission conducting competitive examinations through online. The commission also guides the government on disciplinary matters and conducts departmental examinations as well. The commission conducts a common competitive examination for administrative services in the State. Jharkhand Combined Civil Services, Combined Civil Services, Commercial Tax Officers, Assistant Engineers and various other positions are managed by the commission. It conducts recruitment for the services in a transparent manner.
The Jammu and Kashmir Public Service was formed as per the constitutional mandate. The commission is responsible for conducting recruitment for State level services and other services. It conducts recruitment for various state level services.The commission conducts recruitment for below given services which include:
Karnataka Public Service Commission was formed as per the constitutional mandate, the commission enjoys the status of being the constitutional body in the state. The commission conducts recruitment for all the state level positions and departmental examinations. The Karnataka Public Service Commission releases recruitment notification for Group A, Group B ,Group C and Group D positions in the state.
Kerala Public Service Commission was established as per the Constitutional mandate, it advises the Government on civil services and disciplinary matters. It is the authorized agency in the State to conduct recruitment. The selection for various positions will be based on competitive examinations followed by interview. The commission conducts recruitment for all the state-level positions. It conducts recruitment notification for various state-level services and lower cadre services through competitive examinations.
The Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission was formed after the reorganization of the State in the year 1956. It is the constitutional imperative to form the public service commission in the State, thus for the new state, Madhya Pradesh a new commission was formed. The commission conducts recruitment for engineering services, state services, forest services and various other services. The recruitment for all the services will be made through online examination followed by an interview. It ensures that the recruitment is done in a transparent manner.
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission was created as per the rules framed in the Indian Constitution. The commission is the authorized agency to conduct recruitment in the State, it also plays a crucial role in formulating recruitment rules, on disciplinary matters, transfers, departmental examinations etc., MPSC recruits online examination for Maharashtra State Services and various other state services.
The Manipur Public Service Commission undertakes the responsibility of conducting recruitment processes for state-level services. It is a constitutional body formed in the State after attaining statehood in the year 1972. The commission conducts recruitment for state-level services, assistant engineers, assistant professors and lower-level services. The recruitment will be made by conducting a competitive examination across the state.
Meghalaya Public Service Commission was formed as per the constitutional mandate. The formation of the State in 1971 led to the formation of the commission in 1972. The commission undertakes the responsibility of conducting recruitment through competitive examinations across the state. Manipur State Civil Services examination, departmental examinations and various other services are managed by the commission.
Mizoram has attained statehood in the year 1987. It has become a constitutional imperative to form the new Mizoram Public Service Commission. It plays a crucial role in recruiting individuals for various state-level services. The State Government consults the commission on various matters such as disciplinary actions and recruitment rules. The commission ensures transparency in the recruitment process.
Nagaland Public Service Commission was formed in the year 1965 as per the constitutional mandate. The commission undertakes the responsibility of conducting recruitment for state-level services and other cadre examinations. It encourages fair elements of transparency in the recruitment process. It conducts examinations for NCS, NPS, NSS & Allied Services, technical services, educational services and various other services.
The Odisha Public Service Commission was constituted as per the constitutional mandate in the year 1949, it plays a crucial role in inducting qualified individuals to the services. The commission has been working for the past five decades to include the most qualified personnel into services. It conducts recruitment by releasing recruitment notification for Judicial Services, Educational Services, Forest Rangers, Odisha Civil Service Combined Competitive Examination and other services. The commission follows reservation policies and recruitment rules such that right candidates are selected for services.
Punjab Public Service Commission has the brief history of over 50 years in recruiting qualified individuals into State-level services. The commission is responsible for recruiting qualified individuals to the state administrative machinery. It was formed as per the constitutional mandate, that every state should have a public service commission. The Commission conducts examinations for Punjab Civil Services and vacant positions in various state-level services.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission was established as per the constitutional provision, and it conducts recruitment for all the state level, clerical, administrative services, etc., in the State. The commission conducts the most qualified individuals into services by conducting competitive examinations and interviews. RPSC conducts recruitment for following services mentioned below:
Sikkim Public Service Commission was constituted in the year 1978 as per the Constitutional provision. The commission has been functioning from the year 1982 with a chairman and member continuously to bring efficient workforce into the services. It conducts competitive examination for various state-level services, engineering positions, teaching positions vacant in all the State level services. The commission conducts all the State level examinations in a transparent manner.
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission, has played a crucial role in Indian Civil Service, it was formed during the pre-independence era. Earlier, it was Madras Public Service Commission, and it was the only province during the British rule with the separate public Service Commission. After the reorganization of the States, the Commission came into existence as per the Indian Constitution rules. The commission is highly acclaimed for bringing the most qualified individuals into services by conducting competitive examinations in the State. TNPSC conducts recruitment for below services in the State.
The Telangana Public Service Commission is highly acclaimed for its advanced practices in the recruitment procedure. It was formed after the bifurcation of the Telangana region from the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh region. The commission is the youngest Commission, since its inception it played a crucial role in inducting numerous individuals into services. The Telangana Public Service Commission conducts recruitment through online examination and interviews. It conducts recruitment for Group I, Group II, Group III and Group IV services in the State.
Tripura Public Service Commission was formed after the formation of the State in the year 1972. The formation of the commission is made as per the Indian constitution provision. The commission is responsible for conducting recruitment for all the state-level services. It releases recruitment notification, conducts examinations and interviews. It conducts recruitment for the following examinations.
The Examinations in such services are called “SCHEDULED EXAMINATION”.
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission conducts recruitment to induct efficient candidates into various services. The commission conducts recruitment in a transparent manner such that only qualified individuals enter services. It also frames guidelines on disciplinary matters, recruitment procedures and sees that rightful candidates should only get the opportunity. UPPSC releases recruitment notification for Combined State/Upper Subordinate Preliminary Examination, Combined State/Lower Subordinate Examination, Engineering services and various other state-level services.
The Uttarakhand Public Service Commission is also one of the youngest public Services Commission in the State formed after the bifurcation of the State from Uttar Pradesh. It was established in 2000 as per the constitutional mandate. The commission undertakes the responsibility of conducting recruitment in a transparent manner. It ensures that most qualified individuals join the services. It conducts recruitment for Group B, Group C & Group D and various other examinations. For all the services state level examination will be conducted by the commission followed by interview and skill tests depending on service requirement.
West Bengal Public Commission has a brief history of 80 years, it is one of the oldest commissions in India. The Commission is the authorized agency to conduct the recruitment for various services. The commission has worked efficiently to induct the finest talent into services, by conducting competitive examinations for the services such as
Every PSC has its own official portal; therefore, applicants who wish to apply for the respective state PSCs can visit the official websites of the state organizations.
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