UPSC: The Conducting Authority Provisions regarding the Public Service Commissions are provided in Articles 315 to 323. The Article says that there shall be a Public Service Commission (UPSC) for the Union and Public Service Commissions for the States (SPSC). The SPSC is created, like UPSC, directly by the Constitution, a Joint State Public Service Commission (JSPSC) can be created by an act of the Parliament on the request of the Legislature of the State concerned.
The UPSC can also serve the needs of a State on the request of the State Governor and with the approval of the President of India. The UPSC is the central recruiting agency in India. It is an independent Constitutional body in the sense that it is directly created by the Constitution of India. The members of the UPSC and the SPSCs are to be appointed by the President and the Governor respectively.
The composition of the Commission is determined by the President or the Governors in case of the UPSC and the SPSCs respectively. The Constitution provides that one half of the members of the Commission should be such persons who have held any office for atleast ten years under the Government. The President or the Governor determines the conditions of service of the members of the Commission. The Chairman and the members of the UPSC shall hold office for a term of six years or until they attain the age of 65 years, whichever is earlier. The Chairman and the members of the SPSC and the JSPSC shall hold office for a term of six years or until they attain the age of 62 years, whichever is earlier. The Chairman and other members of a JSPSC shall be appointed, by the President.
By any reason, if the office of the Chairman of the Commission becomes vacant, and until the new Chairman has resumed, his duties be performed by such one of the other members of the Commission as the President, in the case of the UPSC and the JSPSC, and the Governor of the State in the case of the SPSC, may appoint for the purpose. The Chairman and the members of UPSC and JSPSC can relinquish their offices at any time by addressing their resignation to the President, and the Chairman and members of SPSC by addressing it to the Governor of the State. The Chairman and the members of the Public Service Commissions shall, on the expiration of their terms of office, be ineligible for rE-appointment to that office. The Chairman or any other member of a Public Service Commission shall only be removed from his office by an order of the President on the ground of misbehaviour, after the Supreme Court, on reference being made to it by the President, has on inquiry held in accordance with the procedure prescribed in that behalf, reported that the Chairman or such other member, as the case may be, ought on any such ground to be removed.
The President may by an order remove from the office, the Chairman or any other member of the Public Service Commission if the Chairman or such other member, as the case may be -
• is adjudged an insolvent; or
• engaged during his term of office in any paid employment outside the duties of his office; or
• is, in the opinion of the President, unfit to continue in office by reason of infirmity of mind or body.
The Constitution has also defined the term 'misbehaviour' in this regard. The Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission shall be ineligible for further employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of any State. The Chairman of a State Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman or member of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of any other State Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or any State. A member other than the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of the State Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of any State. A member other than the Chairman of a State Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman or the member of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of that or any other State Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of any State.
No reference is needed to be made to a Public Service Commission on the issue of the reservation of posts for the Backward classes, the Scheduled castes and the Scheduled tribes. Additional functions may be assigned to the Union Public Service Commission by an Act of the Parliament, or in the case of a State Commission by an Act of the State Legislature. The expenses of the Union or a State Public Service Commission, including salaries, allowances and pensions payable to or in respect to the members or the staff of the Commission, shall be charged on the Consolidated Fund of India or, as the case may be, the Consolidated Fund of the State.
The Union Public Service Commission will present annually, to the President, a report of the work done by the Commission. It shall be the duty of the President to lay the report before each House of the Parliament. The State Public Service Commission will present annually to the Governor, a report of the work done by the Commission. It shall be the duty of the Governor to lay the report before the State Legislature. The Joint State Public Service Commission will present annually, to the Governors of each of the States, the needs of which served by the Joint Commission, a report of the work done by the Commission in relation to that State. It shall be the duty of the Governor of each concerned State to lay the report before the State Legislature concerned.
The Constitution visualizes the Union Public Service Commission to be the 'Watchdog of merit system' in India. The function of the UPSC is to advise, not to decide.
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TNPSC: TAMIL NADU PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, is the recruiting agency of the state. It conducts examinations and recruits officers for Group I, II, services and subordinate services like Group IV and VAO regularly.
TNPSC is the Tamil Nadu State recruitment commission appoints through examinations, officers for Group I, Group II and VAO (village Administrative Officer) regularly. We, BUDDHA IAS ACADEMY, have excelled in producing consistent results in all the TNPSC examinations conducted over the years. Proud of having helped in the recruitment to various posts in TNPSC. It has been possible only with our trained faculty, focused approach to TNPSC examinations and periodical practice tests. Check our website regularly for TNPSC notifications on recruitment and results.
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Exams Conducted by SSC:
SSC Conducts the following exams.
• Combined Graduate Level Examination (CGLE) for posts of Inspector in IT/Central Excise/Dept of post,SI in
CBI, Assistant, Divisional Accountant, Auditor, UDC, Junior Accountant,UDC etc.
• Combined Higher Secondary level examination
• Sub-Inspector in CPO (BSF,CRPF,CISF, ITBP,SSB)
• Section Officer (Audit & Commercial)
• Junior Engineers Examination
• SSC conducted exams for recruitment to FCI, Prasar Bharati in 2013
About Staff Selection Commission - Combined Graduate Level Exam (SSC CGLE) :
Staff Selection Commission conducts Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC – CGL) for recruitment to different Central Civil posts - Assistant / Inspector /SI / Divisional Accountant /Statistical Officer/ Auditor/Accountant/Junior Accountant /UDC / Tax Assistant / Compiler, for which Graduation from a recognized University is the minimum Educational Qualification required. The recruitment for these posts is done in departments of Central Secretariat Service / Central Vigilance Commission / Intelligence Bureau / Ministry of Railways / Ministry of External Affairs / Ministry of Defence / CBI and a few other Ministries / Departments / Organisations of the Central Govt.
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RRB stands for Railway Recruitment Board.which is conducted for to recruit and make available the right kind of manpower at the right time to the different units of the Railways as per their necessities. This is an All India Entrance Exam. Railway Recruitment Board has been appointed and authorized to ensure the exam is conducted smoothly. Selection on various posts based on the Written Test and Interview.
RRB Exam question papers will cover four vital sections namely General Arithmetic, Analytical and Quantitative Skills, General Awareness and as Language General Hindi/General English. There will be a total of 100 to 120 objective type questions. Candidates have to finish the IBPS RRB exam in duration of about 90 minutes or one and a half hours. Negative marking system is applicable for every wrong answer. The RRB Question Papers are of many types and are available in various languages such as Urdu, Hindi, and English and in other Local Languages.
You can easily find RRB question papers with pdf and online tests format in exam2win.com.We always try to put last 10 years question papers with solutions.All the RRB question papers are in multiple choice question and answers.Exam2win.com will gives a real time experience to you to win the rrb exams.Many types of RRB question papers / sample question papers available below for you
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Overview: The invaluable support and training offered by the expert faculty at BUDDHA IAS ACADEMY for Banking will enable the students to enhance their potential and secure their dream job in the nationalized banks (government sector banks).
As per the standard structure of the Banking Exam, the class-room sessions will encompass the following modules:
• General Knowledge / General Awareness
• Quantitative Aptitude
• Logical Reasoning
• English Language Skills
• Basic Computer Knowledge
• Essay writing, Precise writing and Letter writing
The coaching comprises of simulated model tests in the lines of Bank Exams conducted by IBPS, SBI, etc.
The classroom lectures will also include sessions by banking industry professionals, where they will interact with the candidates and counsel them on the dynamics of the Banking industry.
Orientation for the Group Discussion and Personal Interview will be offered to those who qualify in the written test. Unlike other job interviews, the candidates here are tested on their updated knowledge of Indian Economy (Indian Banking in particular), besides their aptitude and attitude, during the interview conducted by the banks.
Last but not the least, the knowledge gained by the students in the coaching classes will benefit them not only in the Banking Recruitment Exam, but also in many other competitive exams
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