Articles 315 to 323 in Part XIV of the Constitution of India provides for the establishment of Public Service Commission for the Union and a Public Service Commission for each State. The same set of Articles (i.e., 315 to 323 in Part XIV) of the Constitution also deal with the composition, appointment and removal of members,power and functions and independence of a Public Service Commission. Union Public Service Commission to conduct examinations for recruitment to all India services and higher Central services and to advise the President on disciplinary matters. State Public Service Commission in every state to conduct examinations for recruitment to state services and to advise the governor on disciplinary matters.
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Civil Judge Vacancies 2020
Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPPSC) has announced notification for the recruitment of Civil Judge vacancies of HP Judicial Service (Preliminary) Exam 2019-II. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
|Post Name||HPPSC Civil Judge Online Form 2020|
|Location||Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India|
|Fee Details||For General: Rs. 400/- SC & Other Prescribed Reserved Category (H.P): Rs. 100/- Payment Mode: Through Debit Card, Credit Card & Net Banking|
Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020
|Sr.||Post Name||No.of Posts||Qualification||Age Limit|
|1||Anticipated||04||LLB||22 to 35 Years|
|2||Existing||07||LLB||22 to 35 Years|
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Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job
|Date of Advertisement||26-Dec-2019|
|Last Date to Apply Online for Disabled Person||05-01-2020|
|Last Date for Receipt of Downloaded Applications Along with Requisite Document||13-01-2020|
|Date of Prelims Exam||01-03-2020|
|Date for Declaration of Prelims Result||15-03-2020|
|Date of Mains Exam||30, 31-03-2020, 01 & 03-04-2020|
The Civil Services refer to the career bureaucrats who are the permanent executive branch of the Republic of India. The civil service system is the backbone of the administrative machinery of the country.
In India’s parliamentary democracy, The ultimate responsibility for running the administration rests with the people’s elected representatives—cabinet ministers. But a handful of ministers cannot be expected to deal personally with the manifold problems of modern administration. Thus the ministers lay down the policy and it is for the civil servants, who serve at the pleasure of the President of India, to carry it out. However, Article 311 of the constitution protects them from politically motivated or vindictive action.
Civil servants are employees of the Government of India or of the states, but not all employees of the Government are civil servants. As of 2010, there were 6.4 million government employees in India but fewer than 50,000 civil servants to administer them.
Civil servants in a personal capacity are paid from the Civil List. Senior civil servants may be called to account by Parliament. The civil service system in India is rank-based and does not follow the tenets of the position-based civil services.
The Government of India has also approved the formation of two new cadres of civil servants: the Indian Skill Development Service (2015) and the Indian Enterprise Development Service (2016).