Telangana State Public Service Commission is the most youthful Public Service Commission in the nation comprised vide GO Ms No.43, GA(Ser.A) Department, dt. 8.8.2014. Hyderabad State was one of the unmistakable royal State in India and acquires more than 400 years of rich convention and culture with unmatched effortlessness and recorded hugeness.
The arrangement of choosing youthful ability for public services through a procedure of choice was in vogue in the Hyderabad State since the time of Mir Mahaboob Ali Pasha, VI Nizam (1869-1911). Hyderabad Civil Service Committee was built up by the 1919 Firman and the Hyderabad Public Service Commission was set up by a Firman on 27 April 1947 copying the model of British Provincial Public Service Commission with a Chairman and Members not surpassing four in number. The foundation of the Commission was a critical milestone during the Asaf Jahi rule and brought the whole managerial hardware of common services of the Nizam’s State in line with the advanced occasions and Hyderabad Civil Service was viewed as a desired and first class service back then. The Telangana State Public Service Commission, supplied with such rich inheritance of more than 150 years of enrolling youthful ability through choice, will attempt to utilize this legacy for choosing the best gifts in Telangana for recreation and restoring the heavenly past of Telangana.
History of Hyderabad Public Service Commission:
The early Asaf Jahi leaders of the Hyderabad State followed the Mughal managerial customs, rehearses and delegated public workers based on assignment and portrayal. Until the hour of Mir Mahaboob Ali Pasha, the Sixth Nizam, (1869-1911) no public official of any class was delegated based on determination and no establishment was laid for the formation of present day organization dependent on worth, legitimacy and choice. After the suspicion of full powers by the Nizam VI in 1884, another period in the administration of services had started. Sir Salar Jung I, the Diwan (Prime Minister) was the maker of present day Hyderabad Civil Service. In 1882, Salar Jung gave the unprecedented Jareeda and underscored the need of instructing and preparing the youthful Hyderabadis for enlistment in the Nizam’s Services. He propounded constructing a proficient authoritative framework on the model of British India and presented a few managerial changes. He destroyed the old/bygone managerial structure and streamlined the public organizations by making a particular common service class. The foundation of Zilabandi framework, making of Subedari and Taluqdari framework, Revenue, Police and Judicial changes by Salar Jung encouraged the arrangement of Hyderabad Civil Service. In this way, the decree of Qanuncha Mubarik of 1892, the Cabinet Council, and the Executive Council (1919) confined guidelines and guidelines administering the services just as controlled and standardized the Hyderabad Civil Services. These bodies additionally fortified the plan of managerial changes presented by Salar Jung I. Afterward, the various principles reported by the Nizams secured a few parts of the administration of public workers like grouping of services, arrangements, advancements, compensations, superannuation and annuity and so on. The lawful structure of the Hyderabad State Services was laid by the Rules and guidelines arranged in 1919.
The introduction of 1892 Constitution by the Sixth Nizam, was considered as a milestone in the field of staff the board in the Hyderabad State. In like manner, under the 1919 Constitution, the ruler practiced sovereign authority over the serves. As per the 1919 Firman, Hyderabad Civil Service Committee was built up and as a work force organization it assumed a huge job in the administration of common services. It was autonomous in its working and no endeavor was settled on to welcome weight on the dynamic procedure of the Committee. It was a multifunctional office and firmly connected with all parts of Hyderabad Civil Service. It needed to direct assessments for the choice and position of the contender for the different opening in various divisions.
In 1938, through a goals of the Executive Council a Committee was established containing all Secretaries to Government with the Finance Member as the President and an official of the Finance Department as Secretary to look at the chance and job of an office or organizations for enrollment and arrangement and its/their sphere(s) of activity. After itemized conversation, it was prescribed to set up an autonomous and unbiased enlistment office, known as the Hyderabad Public Service Commission. The Committee opined that the effectiveness of an organization relies upon its work force. It is along these lines apparent that the strategy of enrollment particularly for the higher services of the organization, assume a significant job in making and keeping up its standard and effectiveness. As needs be, the Hyderabad Public Service Commission was built up by a Firman on 27 April 1947. The foundation of the Commission was a huge milestone in the association and the executives of common services during the Asaf Jahi rule. It brought the whole managerial hardware of common services of the Nizam’s State in line with the cutting edge times. Theâ Hyderabad Civil Service, was a desired service in theâ State of Hyderabad. It was viewed as a first class service, and the best of the administration officials were accepted into it through a serious assessment. It was abolishedâ after the Police Action in 1948 and its Officers were consumed into the Indian government common services.
The Hyderabad Public Service Commission was established on the model of British Provincial Public Service Commission with comparative capacities. It comprised of a Chairman and Members not surpassing four in number. They were delegated by His Highness the Nizam on the proposal of the President of the Executive Council. The Chairman and Members of the Hyderabad Public Service Commission were not allowed to advance work subsequent to giving up their office.
The Public Commission set up by the last Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan in 1947 turned into the trailblazer of the Hyderabad Public Service Commission under the Constitution of India, during the time of Burgula Ramakrishna Rao, the primary chosen Chief Minister of Hyderabad State. The Hyderabad Public Service Commission was at last converged into the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission in 1956. Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission was in presence until the assembled Andhra Pradesh State was bifurcated into Telangana State and AP State as per AP Reorganization Act, 2014.
Development of Telangana State and constitution of TSPSC:
Under the A.P. re-association Act 2014, the Telangana State appeared with impact from the designated day i.e., 02.06.2014.
Constitution of Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC)
Segment 83(2) of the Andhra Pradesh Re-Organization Act, 2014 (Central Act.6/2014) accommodates constitution of a Public Service Commission in the Successor State of Telangana read as follows.
83(2) There will be comprised a Public Service Commission as per article 315 of Constitution by the successor State of Telangana, and until such Commission is established, the Union Public Service Commission may, with the endorsement of the President, consent to serve the necessities of the State of Telangana as far as clause(4) of that article.
In exercise of the forces gave under Article 315(1) of Constitution of India, His Excellency the Governor of Telangana established the Public Service Commission for the State of Telangana with quick impact for making determinations to the posts under different classes implied for direct enlistment under its domain in the State of Telangana and for completing capacities under article 320 of Constitution of India orders issues vide GO Ms No.43, GA(Ser.A) Department, dt. 8.8.2014. As needs be the Government of Telangana has defined and given Telangana State Public Service Commission Regulations 2014 vide GO Ms.No.44, Genl. Admn. (Ser.A) Dept., dated 08/08/2014.
In exercise of the forces presented under Article 316(1) and (2) of the Constitution of India, His Excellence Governor of Telangana is satisfied to delegate Prof. Ghanta Chakrapani, a notable academician, columnist and a famous political expert in telugu media, as the First Chairman of the recently established Telangana State Public Service Commission orders gave vide GO Ms No.169 GA (Ser.A) Department, Dt.17.12.2014.