Organisation : Karnataka Public Service Commission
Announcement : Answer Key
Designation : Gazetted Probationers (Prelims) Examination 2014
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KEY ANSWERS OF GAZETTED PROBATIONERS (PRELIMS) EXAMINATION 2014
FORMAT FOR FILING OF OBJECTIONS TO THE KEY ANSWERS OF GAZETTED PROBATIONER’S POSTS COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION HELD ON 19-04-2015
1. Objections should be filed in the following prescribed format in duplicate only. Photocopy of the reference material from authentic publications must be attached. Objection must be accompanied by a fees of Rs. 50/- per question in the form of IPO/DD drawn in favour of the “Secretary, Karnataka Public Service Commission.” Objections received without fees will not be considered.
2. Fees will be refunded to the candidates in respect of the objection/s which is/are found to be valid.
3. Last date for receipt of objections in KPSC is 04.05.2015. (Within office working hours)
About us :
Prior to 1921, there was no Central Authority constituted in the State to advise Government and other Appointing Authorities in the matters of recruitment to the state civil services. Government and Appointing Authorities were making appointments in accordance with the principles laid down by Government from time to time. Through order No. 1827:80 E.A.G.308, dated:16-05-1921, the Government constituted for the first time a central agency for recruitments, named “Central Recruitment Board”. This Board was attached to the office of the Government Secretariat till 1940. Government appointed a Public Service Commissioner for the State in its Order No. 3685-3735-C.B. 103-39-1, dated: 19-01-1940.
The Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions of the Constitution of India on 18-05-1951. In accordance with the provisions of clause 14 of the Public Service Commission Regulations 1950, the staff of the Public Service Commissioner as it stood on 18-05-1951, was continued as the nucleus of the staff of the Public Service Commission.
The Office of the Central Recruitment Board which was a part of Mysore (Now Karnataka) Government Secretariat followed the Government Secretariat Manual, for office procedures. This was continued even in the office of the Public Service Commissioner and later in the office of the Public Service Commission with necessary notifications to carry out recruitment and conduct of Competitive Examinations, Departmental Examinations etc.,
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