Each state has its own public service commission in addition to the national public service commission. Article 315 - 323 also mentions the state public service commission.
The Constitutional Provision
Each state is required by Article 315 of the Constitution to establish a public service commission. A joint commission will be formed if two or more state cities are involved in this matter. To create a joint commission, each state must pass a resolution in their respective legislatures, and then parliament may enact legislation authorising the commission's formation.
Such a law may include provisions that are incidental or consequential to the law. The governor may serve on the state's public service commission as the President's representative.
A member's appointment and term of office
The chairman and other members of the state public service commission are appointed by the governor.
A member of the State Public Service Commission is elected for six years or until he turns 62, whichever comes first.
A member of the State Public Service Commission may resign in writing to the governor of the state, or he may be removed from office under article 317. A person's reappointment to that office will be considered after his term has expired.
Suspension and Eviction
Chairman or any other member of a state public service commission may be removed from office only by the president on the grounds of misbehaviour after the supreme court has reported that the chairman or any other member of the commission may be caught on any such ground to be removed, based on the president's appeal.
The chairman and members of the SPSC are thus appointed by the governor, but they can only be removed by the president.
A state public service commission's independence chairman is eligible for appointment as chairman or a member of the Union public service commission or as chairman of another state public service commission, but not for any other position in the Government of India or a state government.
A member of the Union public service commission, other than the chairman of a state public service commission, is eligible for appointment as chairman or any other member of the Union public service commission, but not for any other government of India or state government employment. The state's consolidated fund will be used to pay for all state expenses.
What are the functions of the State Public Service Commission?
Exams for appointments to the state service are administered by the State Public Service Commission. Based on the circumstances, the state public service commission may make the following decisions:
In relation to civil service recruitment and civil service positions
Concerning civil service appointments, promotions, and transfers, as well as transfers and transfers.
Relating to disciplinary issues
Whether any monetary claim should be paid from the consolidated fund of India or, in the case of a state individual, from the consolidated fund of the state.
Concerning pension-related issues
Any changes or modifications to the governor's phone regulations must be laid before the house of the legislature for a period of 14 days. The state public service commission must submit an annual report to the governor detailing its activities during the previous fiscal year, which the governor must chap before the house of legislature meets.
In addition, the joint commission is required to submit an annual report to each state's governor, detailing its activities over the previous year and what the government claims they accomplished before each state's house of the legislature.
What are the limitations of the 'State Public Service Commission'?
Positions reserved for members of any disadvantaged group of citizens.
SC and ST claims are taken into account.
The State Public Service Commission
Recommendations are merely suggestions and do not bind the governor or the state government.