UPSC full form
Union Public Service Commission
UPSC The Union Public Service Commission is a Central Agency of the Government of India which is responsible for recruiting civil servants from different parts of India to serve under the Central and State Governments.
The UPSC conducts the Civil Services Examination, also known as the “CSE”. It has been constituted by Article 320 of the Constitution.
The commission makes an attempt to ensure that the people appointed to various administrative services under the Government are not only capable but also have a sense of integrity and belonging to their respective States/Union Territories.
The UPSC was established by Article 320 of the Indian Constitution. They were established with a mandate given by an Act in 1925, however, their actual start dates back to 1855 when they first served as a Chamber of the various provincial legislative councils’ where they would advise the government on civil service appointments.
After independence, UPSC was created under the Constitution of India to recruit civil servants for different services in the Central Government Departments, State Government Departments, and Group A posts of Railway Board/ Delhi Police/ Defense Services/ Supreme Court of India, etc.
The Full Form of UPSC and More Details
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is also known as UPSC. The Tasks of the Union Public Service Commission are to conduct examinations for recruitment to civil services and public services, advise on personnel matters, conduct Indian Forest Service examination either by itself or through a recruiting agency appointed by it under the name “Indian Forest Service” which is responsible for preparing the syllabus for the academic training of Indian forest service officers.
To Provide a suitable framework within which all Ministries/ Departments of Government of India can effectively operate in synergy with each other by assigning roles not only on a functional but also on an operational basis. To provide directions to Staff Selection Commission that there shall be no change in policy without the approval of Commissioner(s) concerned.
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