Kerala Public Service Commission

PSC Kerala

About Kerala Public Service Commission

The Kerala Public Service Commission is primarily a body that the Government has created according to the Constitution of India that clearly states the establishment of special Public Service Commission for every state of India. The primary function of the Public Service Commission of Kerala is in order to advise the State Government of Kerala on all significant matters related to civil services according to the provisions mentioned in Article 320 (3) of the Indian Constitution. The headquarters of PSC Kerala is at Patton, in the capital city of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram.

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KPSC

Just like other States of India of the following CGPSC, MPPSC etc, the Kerala PSC publishes various notifications inviting candidates to apply for several posts by using Kerala PSC Thulasi Registration. It conducts written examinations, practical tests, personal interviews and also physical fitness test. After that, it prepares and publishes the rank lists depending on the performance of the aspirants who sit for the exams. Next, it appoints candidates as per the vacancies available for different posts also. Visit the official website of PSC Kerala, https://www.keralapsc.gov.in/ in order to get detailed information about the various exams conducted by Kerala PSC.

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History of the formation of the Public Service Commission of Kerala

When Travancore and Cochin merged, it resulted in the creation of a new state, the Travancore-Cochin state. With this, the government established the Travancore-Cochin Public Service Commission according to the provisions of the 1935 Government of India Act.

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Kerala became a state on 1st November, in the year 1956. It consisted of Travancore-Cochin (except Shencottah Taluk and also the Kanyakumari District of Tamil Nadu), the Kasargod Taluk and the Malabar District. With this, the Travancore-Cochin Public Service Commission became KPSC Kerala. Moreover, at present, the total number of members of the Commission is 18.

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PSC Kerala Recruitment

The Public Service Commission of Kerala recruits fresh and also experienced candidates for vacancies in several posts. Interested and eligible candidates can visit the KPSC online website, https://www.keralapsc.gov.in/ to know in detail about Kerala PSC Recruitment. The mode of application is online, and you will also get the detailed Kerala PSC syllabus as well as the date of examination on this particular website. So, visit this website to know everything in details.

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Important Details of Kerala PSC