Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission
Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission was established in 1956 on 1st November under the section of 118(3) of the State Reorganization Act. MPPSC is an autonomous body, which basically recruits the candidates to several posts of civil services within Madhya Pradesh by holding various competitive examinations. Moreover, to select the candidates for the post of civil services, the commission has framed certain rules & regulations as well as initiated several disciplinary actions when required. To undertake the tasks by MPPSC, commission comprises a chairman and 4 other members to take care off.
Functioning of MPPSC
MPPSC (Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission) helps the state government in consulting and providing recruitments, transfers and promotions of the government officials. The autonomous body conducts interviews, written examinations and direct selection to fill in various posts in the Madhya Pradesh Government institutions. This commission is being consulted by the government related to deputation and promotion of a state official. MPPSC also provides information related to the accessible vacancies within the state as well as other information like examination syllabus, examination schedule, application format and edibility criteria.
The constitutional provision studies has preserved in the Article 320 of the Indian constitution, envisages the essential of well-organized civil services systems in a democratic organization. The establishment of MPPSC was conceived in order to eliminate:
• Birth, like decent or any other aspect related to this for the selection process • Canvassing in some other forms regarding a candidate. • Nepotism, fancies, whims, personal dislikes or likes and favoritism.
The basic objective of the commission was to save the best and most deserving candidates for the Government jobs within the Madhya Pradesh by means of objective recruitment methods.