Bihar Public Service Commission

The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) is a body created by the Constitution of India to select applicants for civil services in the Indian state of Bihar according to the merits of the applicants.[1][2]

Bihar Public Service Commission
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AbbreviationB.P.S.C.
Formation1 April 1949; 73 years ago (1949-04-01)
TypeState Civil Service Recruitment Agency
  • Group A (Non Technical)
  • Group B (Non Technical)
PurposeRecruitment
HeadquartersPatna, Bihar
Region served
Bihar
Chairman
Shri R.K.Mahajan, IAS (Retd)
Members
Shri Imteyaz Ahmad Karimi , Bihar Administrative Service

Dr. Ashok Kumar Sharma, Bihar Administrative Service

Prof. Deepti Kumari

Dr. Arun Kumar Bhagat , Bihar Administrative Service

Shri Shobhendra Kumar Choudhary , Bihar Administrative Service
Staff
1600
Websitebpsc.bih.nic.in

History of Bihar Public Service CommissionEdit

The history of Constitution of India reveals that the concept of conducting competitive examination for appointment to certain posts came into consideration way back in the year 1853 and a committee for giving shape to that was constituted under the chairmanship of Lord Macaulay in the year 1854. Later on the Federal Public Service Commission and the State Public Service Commissions were constituted under the Government of India Act 1935 The Bihar Public Service Commission came into existence from 1 April 1949 after its separation from the Commission for the States of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh, in accordance with subsection (1) of section 261 of the Government of India Act 1935, as adapted. Its constitutional status was pronounced with the promulgation of Constitution of India on 26 January 1950. It is a Constitutional body under Article 315 of the Constitution of India. The Bihar Public Service Commission initially began its functioning for the State of Bihar with its headquarters at Ranchi. The State Government decided to shift the headquarters of the Commission from Ranchi to Patna and it was finally shifted to Patna on 1 March 1951. The first Chairman of the Bihar Public Service Commission was Shri Rajandhari Sinha. Shri Radha Krishna Choudhary was the first Secretary to the Commission. The Bihar Public Service Commission (Conditions of Service) Regulations, 1960 was framed by the State of Bihar in the exercise of the powers conferred by Article 318 of the Constitution of India and in supersession of the Regulation published with the Appointment Department's notification no. A-2654 dated 31 March 1953. Under Rule 3 of the Regulations, 1960 the Commission was constituted with a Chairman and 10 (ten) other members. The strength of members was reduced to 6 (six) after bifurcation of the State of Bihar and the State of Jharkhand vide notification no. 7/PSC-1013/95 (Part-3) Per 8262 dated 9 October 2002 of the Personnel & Administrative Reforms Department, Bihar.[3]

The Mandate of Bihar Public Service Commission.Edit

Article 320 and 321 of the Constitution of India prescribes the mandate of the State Public Service Commissions, which are: [4]
a)Recruitment by the conduct of Competitive Examinations/ through interviews to the services of the State Government.
b)Advising the State Government on the suitability of officers on appointment on promotion as well as transfer from one service to the other.
c)Advising the State Government on the matters related with recruitment to various services and posts, framing and amendment of Recruitment Rules.
d)Advising the State Government in all disciplinary cases relating to different civil services.
e)Advising the State Government in the matter of grant of extraordinary pension, reimbursement of legal expenses, etc.
f)Advising the State Government on any matter referred to the Commission by the Governor of Bihar.

RecruitmentEdit

Recruitment is made by two methods[5]

1. Direct Recruitment:-Direct recruitment is made mainly by way of conducting the competitive examination in which the selection is done on the basis of either of the following procedures.

Procedure 1

a) Preliminary examination
b) Main (Written) Examination of the candidates successful in Preliminary Test.
c) Interview.

Procedure 2

  • Main (written) and interview

Procedure 3

  • Interview only

2. Promotion:-Promotion is granted to civil servants through the Departmental Promotion Committee (under the chairmanship of the Commission) constituted for the same and in accordance with the rules framed by the State Government.

Annual ReportEdit

Article 323 of the Constitution of India prescribes for the submission of annual report of the work done by the State Public Service Commission to the Governor of the State. The Bihar Public Service Commission accordingly submits annual report of the work done by the Commission to the Governor of Bihar.[6]

BPSC paper leakEdit

BPSC On 8 May 2022 cancelled the examination for its 67th civil services (preliminary). Before the Exam started exam paper was shared through various media platforms. over six lakh candidates applied for the first stage examination conducted on May 8. It was meant to shortlist aspirants for 802 posts in Bihar's civil services. Those who qualified for the preliminary examination would have been eligible to appear for the second round of tests held to recruit middle-rung officials. [7]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Choose 'servants', not 'rulers': CM's advice to UPSC". The Times of India. 9 February 2013. Archived from the original on 11 April 2013. Retrieved 30 April 2013.
  2. ^ BPSC prelims: HC relief to aspirants challenged
  3. ^ Goyal, Himanshu. "History of Bihar Public Service Commission". BPSC.
  4. ^ "Power and responsibility of PSC". Telangana Today. Retrieved 27 April 2021.
  5. ^ "Recruitment". BPSC. Retrieved 27 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Article 323". Union Public Service Commission. Retrieved 28 April 2021.
  7. ^ https://www.jagran.com/bihar/patna-city-commission-took-decision-in-bpsc-67th-paper-leak-case-controller-of-examination-gave-big-information-22694572.html

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