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1-         Particulars of the organization functions and duties

 

(i) Historical Perspective


Indianisation of the superior Civil Services became one of the major demands of the political movement compelling the British Indian Government to consider setting up of a Public Service Commission for recruitment to its services in the territory. The first Public Service Commission was set up on October 1st, 1926. However, its limited advisory functions failed to satisfy the people's aspirations and the continued stress on this aspect by the leaders of our freedom movement resulted in the setting up of the Federal Public Service Commission under the Government of India Act, 1935. Under this Act, for the first time, provision was also made for the formation of Public Service Commissions at the provincial level.

As a consequence the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission was constituted on the 1st of April 1937 with its headquarters at Allahabad and has a glorious past of more than 60 years. At the time of its inception The UP Public Service Commission was situated in a few rooms in the then Secretariat, but now apart from a lavish campus at Allahabad, it has a Camp Office in the state capital Lucknow as well. In 1937 only 9,811 applications were disposed and over the years the quantum of work has increased manifold with the disposal of a few lakh applications every year now.

The UP Public service Commission has modernised itself with the times and massive computerisation is being undertaken presently. The examination system has been partly computerised and the process is still under progress.

It has two spacious Examination Centres in Allahabad and Lucknow and they can cater to the needs of 3000 candidates at the same time.

The number of the members of the Commission has also increased gradually in keeping with the increase in the quantum of work of the Commission and now there are 8 members in it.

The working of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is also regulated by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Regulation, 1976.

 

Constitutional Powers Constitution of India: Articles Relating to Public Service Commission 315. Public Service Commission for the Union and for the State
(1) Subject to the provisions of this Article, there shall be a Public Service Commission for the Union and a Public Service Commission for each State.
(2) Two or more State may agree that there shall be one Public Service Commission for that group of States, and if a resolution to that effect is passed by the House or, where there are two Houses, by each House of the Legislature of each of those States, Parliament may by law provide for the appointment of a Joint State Public Service Commission (referred to in this Chapter as Joint Commission) to serve the needs of those States.
(3) Any such law as aforesaid may contain such incidental and consequential provisions as may be necessary or desirable for giving effect to the purposes of the law.
(4) The Public Service Commission for the Union, if requested so to do by the Governor of a State, may, with the approval of the president, agree to serve all or any of the needs of the States.
(5) References in this constitution to the Union Public Service Commission or a State Public Service Commission shall, unless the context otherwise requires, be construed as references to the Commission serving the needs of the Union or, as the case may be, the State as respects the particular matter in question.

 

316. Appointment and Term of office of Members
(1) The Chairman and other Members of a Public Service Commission shall be appointed, in the case of the Union Commission or a Joint Commission, by the President, and in the case of a State Commission, by the Governor of the State:
Provided that as nearly as may be one-half of the members of every Public Service Commission shall be persons who at the dates of their respective appointments have held office for at least ten years either under the Government of India or under the Government of State, and in computing the said period of ten years any period before the commencement of this constitution during which a person has held office under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State shall be included.
(1-A) If the office of the Chairman of the Commission becomes vacant or if any such Chairman is by reason of absence or for any other reason unable to perform the duties of his office, those duties shall, until some person appointed under clause (1) of the vacant office has entered on the duties there of or, as the case may be, until the Chairman has resumed his duties, be performed by such one of the other members of the Commission as the President, in the case of the Union Commission or a joint Commission, and the Governor of the State in the case of a State Commission, may appoint for the purpose.
(2) A member of a Public Service Commission shall hold office for a term of six years from the date on which he enters upon his office or until he attains, in the case of the Union Commission, the age of sixty five years, and in the case of a State Commission or a joint Commission, the age of sixty two years, whichever is earlier:
Provided that-
(a) a member of a Public Service Commission may, by writing under his hand addressed in the case of the Union Commission or a Joint Commission, to the president, and in the case of a State Commission, to the Governor of the State, resign his office.
(b) a member of a Public Service Commission may be removed from his office in the manner provided in clause (1) or clause (3) of Article 317.
(3) A person who holds office as a member of a Public Service Commission shall, on the expiration of his term of office, be ineligible for reappointment to that office.

 

317. Removal and suspension of a member of a Public Service Commission
(1) Subject to the provisions of clause(3), the Chairman or any other member of a Public Service Commission shall only be removed from his office by order of the president on the ground of misbehavior after the Supreme Court, on reference being made to it by the President, has, on inquiry held in accordance with the procedure prescribed in that behalf under Article 145, reported that the Chairman or such other member, as the case may be, ought on any such ground to be removed.
(2) The president, in the case of the Union Commission or a Joint Commission, and the Governor in the case of a State Commission, may suspend from office of the Chairman or any other member of the Commission in respect of whom a reference has been made to the Supreme Court under clause (1) until the President has passed orders on receipt of the report of the Supreme Court on such reference.


(3) Notwithstanding anything in clause (1), the President may by order remove from office the Chairman or any other member of a Public Service Commission if the Chairman of such other member, as the case may be-
(a) is adjudged an insolvent; or
(b) engages during his term of office in any paid employment outside the duties of his office; or
(c) is, in the opinion of the President, unfit to continue in office by reason of infirmity of mind or body.
(4) If the Chairman or any other member of a Public Service Commission is or becomes in any way concerned or interested in any contract or agreement made by or on behalf of the Government of India or the Government of a State or participates in any way in the profit thereof or in any benefit or emolument arising there from otherwise than as a member and in common with the other members of an incorporated company, he shall, for the purposes of clause (1), be deemed to be guilty of misbehavior.

 

318. Power to make regulations as to conditions of service of members and staff of the
Commission

In the case of the Union Commission or a Joint Commission, the President and, in the case of a State Commission, the Governor of the State may by regulations -
(a) determine the number of members of the Commission and their conditions of service ; and
(b) make provision with respect to the number of members of the staff of the Commission and their conditions of service:
Provided that the conditions of service of a member of a Public Service Commission shall not be varied to his disadvantage after his appointment.

 

 

319. Prohibition as to the holding of offices by members of Commission on ceasing to be such
members
On ceasing to hold office -
(a) the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission shall be ineligible for further employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of a State;
(b) the Chairman of a state Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman or any other member of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of any other State Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of a State;
(c) a member other than the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of a State Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of a State;
(d) a member other than the Chairman of a State Public Service Commission shall be eligible for appointment as the Chairman or any other member of the Union Public Service Commission or as the Chairman of that or any other states Public Service Commission, but not for any other employment either under the Government of India or under the Government of a State.

 

320. Functions of Public Service Commission
(1) It shall be the duty of the Union and the State Public Service Commissions to conduct examinations, for appointments to the Services of the Union and the Services of the State respectively.
(2) It shall also be the duty of the Union Public Service Commission, if requested by any two or more States so to do, to assist those States in framing and operating schemes of joint recruitment for any services for which candidates possessing special qualifications are required.
(3) The Union Public Service Commission or the State Public Service Commission, as the case may be, shall be consulted-
(a) on all matters relating to methods of recruitment to civil services and for civil posts;
(b) on the principles to be followed in making appointments to Civil Services and posts and in making promotions and transfers from one service to another and on the suitability of candidates for such appointments, promotions or transfers;
(c) on all disciplinary matters affecting a person serving under the Government of India or the Government of a State in a civil capacity, including memorials or petitions relating to such matters;
(d) on any claim by or in respect of a person who is serving or has served under the Government of India or the Government of a State or under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State, in a civil capacity, that any costs incurred by him in defending legal proceedings instituted against him in respect of acts done or purporting to be done in the execution of his duty should be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of India, or as the case may be, out of the Consolidated Fund of the State;
(e) on any claim for the award of a pension in respect of injuries sustained by a person while serving under the Government of India or the Government of a State or under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State, in a civil capacity, and any question as to the amount of any such award, and it shall be the duty of a Public Service Commission to advise on any matters so referred to them and on any other matter which the President, or, as the case may be the Governor of the State, may refer to them ;
Provided that the President as respects the all- India Services and also as respects other services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union, and the Governor as respects other services and posts in connection with affairs of a State, may make regulations specifying the matters in which either generally, or in any particular class of case or in any particular circumstances, it shall not be necessary for a Public Service Commission to be consulted.
(4) Nothing in clause (3) shall require a Public Service Commission to be consulted as respects the manner in which any provision referred to in clause (4) of Article 16 may be made or as respects the manner in which effect may b given to the provisions of Article 335.
(5) All regulations made under the proviso to clause (3) by the President or the Governor of a State shall be laid for not less than fourteen days before each house of parliament or the House or each House of the legislature of the State, as the case may be, as soon as possible after they are made, and shall be subject to such modifications, whether by way of repeal or amendment, as both houses of Parliament or the house or both houses of Legislature of the State may make during the session in which they are so laid.

 

321. Power to extend functions of Public Service Commissions
An Act made by Parliament or, as the case may be, the Legislature of a State may provide for the exercise of additional functions by the Union Public Service Commission or the State Public Service Commission as respects the services of the Union or the State and also as respects the services of any local authority or other body corporate constituted by law or of any public institution.

 

322. Expenses of Public Service Commissions
The expenses of the Union or a state Public Service Commission, including any salaries, allowances and pensions payable to or in respect of the members or staff of the Commission, shall be charged on the consolidated fund of India or, as the case may be, the Consolidated fund of the state.

 

323. Reports of Public Service Commissions

(1) It shall be the duty of the Union Commission to present annually to the President a report as to the work done by the Commission and on receipt of such report the President shall cause a copy thereof together with a memorandum explaining, as respects cases, if any, where the advice of the Commission was not accepted, the reasons for such non-acceptance to be laid before each House of Parliament.
(2) It shall be the duty of a state, Commission to present annually to the Governor of the State a report as to the work done by the Commission, and it shall be the duty of a joint commission to present annually to the Governor of each of the states the needs of which are served by the joint Commission a report as to the work done by the Commission in relation to that state, and in either case the Governor, shall, on receipt of such report, cause a copy thereof together with a memorandum explaining, as respects the cases, if any, where the advice of the Commission was not accepted, the reasons for such non-acceptance to be laid before the Legislature of the State.

 

Functions of UPPSC (a) Recruitment of the Candidates :-
(i) On the basis of Interview only.
(ii) On the basis of screening test & Interview.
(iii) On the basis of Examination only.
(iv) On the basis of Examination & Interview only.
(v) On the basis of Preliminary Examination, Main Examination & Interview.


(b) Promotions.

(c) Disciplinary Actions.

(d) Service Rules.

(e) Advice to the U.P. Government.

 

Composition of the Commission
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is headed by the Chairman and comprises of eight other Members. All appointed by the Governor of Uttar Pradesh, in accordance with the provisions in Articles-316 to 319 of the constitution of India.


The present composition of the Commission is as follows:-

 

Position

Name

Joining

Retirement

Hon'ble Chairman

Sri S.R. Lakha

10-10-2008

11-3-2011

Hon'ble Member

Dr. Pankaj Kumar

18-5-2004

17-5-2010

Hon'ble Member

Dr. Somesh Yadav

21-12-2004

20-12-2010

Hon'ble Member

Shri C.M. Singh

21-1-06

3-6-2011

Hon'ble Member

Dr. Zahid Khan

21-1-06

20-1-2012

Hon'ble Member

Dr. Anil Kumar Yadav

2-12-06

1.12.2012

Hon'ble Member

Dr. Bharat Singh

22-6-07

5.5.2012

Hon'ble Member

Shri Kashi Ram

23-12-08

14.7.2010

Secretary

Shri B.B. Singh

1-1-09

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examination Conducted by the Commission (Over view)
List of Examinations Conducted by the U.P. Public Service Commission time to time.( Direct recruitment through interviews only as per the service rules of various posts)

1. Combined State/Upper Subordinate Preliminary Examination.
2. Combined State/Upper Subordinate Main Examination.
3. R.O/A.R.O Preliminary Examination (Only for the Commission)
4. R.O/A.R.O Main Examination(Only for the Commission)
5. A.P.S. Examination(Only for the Commission)
6. Assistant Registrar Examination
7. Combined State Engineering Examination.
8. U.P. Nyayic Seva (Junior Division) Examination
9. Assistant Prosecuting Officer Examination
 

 

(ii)             the powers and duties of its officers and employees;

(iii)           the procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountablility;

(iv)           the norms set by it for the discharge of its functions;

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(ii)- THE UTTAR PRADESH STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (REGULATION OF PROCEDURE ACT, 1985)

 

(U.P. Act No. 23 of 1985)

(as passed by the Uttar Pradesh Legislature)

 

AN ACT

to provide for certain matters relating to the procedure of the State Public Service Commission and the conduct of the Business.

IT IS HEREBY enacted in the Thirty-sixth year of the Republic of India as follow.

 

CHAPTER-I (Preliminary)

 

Short title and Commencement

(1)        This act may be called the Uttar Pradesh State Public Service Commission (Regulation of procedure) Act, 1985.

(2)        It shall be deemed to have come into force on June 22,1985.

 

 

Definition

2.         In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires.

(a)                "Chairman" means the Chairman of the Commission appointed under clause (1) of Article 316 of the Constitution and includes a person appointed under clause (1-A) of that Article to perform the duties of the Chairman.

(b)               "Commission" means the Chairman and all other members collectively, of the Uttar Pradesh State Public Service Commission.

(c)                "Controller of Examinations" means the Controller of Examinations appointed or authorised under section 8.

(d)               "Member" means a person appointed as Member of the Commission under clause (1) of Article 316 of the Constitution and includes the Chairman.

(e)                "Secretary" means the Secretary of the Commission and includes any other officer of the Commission authorised by the Chairman to perform all or any of the functions of the Secretary.

 

CHAPTER-II (Allocation of the Business of the Commission)

 

Business to be transacted by Chairman or other members

 

3. (1)    the business of the Commission specified in the schedule shall be transacted by the Chairman or the member or members, as the case may be, specified against such business, and the business so transacted shall be deemed to have been transacted by the Commission.

    (2)    Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section(1) the chairman may, if he considers necessary or expedient so to do in public interest, direct that any particular matter or business specified in the Schedule be placed before the Commission for disposal.

 

 

Business to be transacted by Commission

 

  1. The business of the Commission other than that specified in the schedule shall be transacted by the Commission.

 

Delegation

 

5. (1)    The Commission may subject to such directions as it may deem fit to issue, delegate any of its functions to any individual member or officer of the Commission or to a Committee comprised of members or officers of the Commission or both.

                        Provided that where any function is delegated to an individual member, the Chairman may appoint such other person as the Chairman may deem fit to aid and advice the member.

   (2)     The decision of any person or Committee to which powers have been delegated under sub-section (1) shall be communicated to the Chairman before any action is taken thereon and the Chairman may, within fifteen days of the date of such communication, direct such person or the Committee, as the case may be, for further consideration and decision. If upon such direction the person or the Committee does not change the earlier decision within fifteen days of the receipt of such direction, the matter shall be placed before the Commission whose decision shall be final and where no such direction is given the decision of the person or the Committee shall be deemed to be the decision of the Commission.

   (3)     The decisions taken by the person by the person or Committee to which powers have been delegated under sub-section (1) shall be reported promptly to the Commission.

 

CHAPTER-III (Business before the Commission)

Decision in meeting

6. (1)    A decision of the Commission at any meeting shall be by majority of the members present and voting and in the case of an equal division of votes; the Chairman shall have a casting vote. It shall be open to any member to record his dissent, if any, with or without reasons there for, but he shall not communicate such dissent to the Government or any other authority or person.

   (2)     The quorum for a meeting of the Commission shall be one-half of the total members for the time being. Provided that no quorum shall be necessary for a meeting adjourned for want of quorum.

   (3)     The Chairman may postpone consideration of any business at any meeting, if he considers necessary or expedient so to do.

   (4)     When the Chairman is absent on leave or is unable to be present at a meeting of the Commission, the senior most member shall preside over the meeting and perform the functions of the Chairman.

Provided that the list of cases on which decisions have been arrived at and those in respect of which action has been taken during the absence of the Chairman shall be placed before the Chairman immediately on his return from leave, or on resuming duty, as the case may be.

Decision by circulation

7. (1)    If the Chairman is of the opinion that a business to be transacted by the Commission is urgent and a meeting of the Commission can not be decided by circulation, he may invite the opinion of conveniently called, and such matter may appropriately be the members by circulation of the business in form of a proposal.

   (2)     If no opinion is received from a member within the time specified by the chairman such member shall be deemed to have agreed to the proposal.

CHAPTER-IV (Competitive Examination)

Controller of Examination.

8. (1)    there shall be a Controller of Examinations who shall be a whole time salaried officer of the Commission, and until one is so appointed, an officer not below the rank of Joint Secretary of the Commission, authorised by the Chairman in this behalf, shall be the Controller of Examinations.

   (2)     The Controller of Examinations shall, subject to the provisions of this Act, perform such duties and functions as may be entrusted to him under the rules or orders relating to the competitive examinations conducted by the Commission.

   (3)     The Controller of Examinations shall be responsible for the proper and timely conduct of the examinations and for maintaining and ensuring secrecy thereof.

   (4)     Unless otherwise prescribed, all contracts concerning such examination shall be in writing and all documents and examination records shall be authenticated by the Controller of Examination on behalf of the Commission. All such records shall be kept in the personal custody of the Controller of Examinations.

   (5)     All arrangements for the conduct of such examinations shall be made by the Controller of examinations in consultation with the Secretary and in accordance with such directions as may be issued by the Commission in this behalf.

List of Examiners and paper-setters Etc.

9. (1)    The Controller of Examinations shall prepare for ever subject, a list of persons qualified for appointment as examiners and submit the same for approval of the Commission. Such list shall be revised at least once in very three years.

Provided that a person included in the previous list shall be eligible for inclusion in the revised list.

(2)     The list referred in sub-section (1) shall contain, as far as possible, information about the person included therein in regard to their academic qualifications, teaching experience at the degree and the post-graduate levels or professional experience and, the particulars, of the earlier examinations @ conducted by the Commission in which they acted as examiners.

  (3)   The Controller of examination shall, with the prior approval of the Chairman, appoint paper setters, Moderators and valuers from amongst the persons included in the list referred to in sub-section (1).

  (4)   In making such appointments every care shall be taken to ensure that no person is so appointed who found guilty of misconduct by any university, Government or Government body, or against whom any inquiries or investigations may be pending on allegations of misconduct, or whose integrity is in doubt. Any person whose work as Head Examiner, Paper-Setter or valuer is found to be unsatisfactory by the Commission shall not be reappointed for that purpose.

Setting and moderation of question paper.

10. (1)  Every question paper shall be set by three different paper setters, who shall not belong to the same place.

     (2)   Sealed question papers received from paper setters shall be kept in the custody of the Controller of Examinations.

(3)   The sealed envelopes, containing question papers received from the three paper setters, shall be handed over to the concerned Moderators against a receipt.

(4)   The Moderators shall moderate all the three question papers, place them in separate covers under their seal, without making any mark of identification on the cover, and hand them over to the Controller of examinations or his nominee against a receipt.

(5)   The Controller of examinations shall choose any of the moderated question papers of a subject without opening the sealed covers and send it as such to the press, which shall be responsible for printing papers including the proof reading, and for preparing packets of question papers for all examination centers under its seal in accordance with information furnished by the Controller of examinations.

 (6) The press shall be responsible for maintaining the secrecy of the question papers, and the Controller of examinations shall issue necessary directions and take necessary precautions to ensure such secrecy.

CHAPTER-V (Miscellaneous)

Rule making power

11. (1)  The Commission may make rules not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act for the regulation of its procedure.

(2)   The Commission may, if it thinks fit in the public interest, direct that, the said rules of any part thereof shall not be published.

Certain acts advice to be invalid

12        No consultation made with the Commission, or advice tendered by it, or examinations held by it or result as such examination or interviews conducted by the Commission or any interview Board, or proceeding of the Commission or of Any interview Board shall be rendered invalid merely on the ground of -

(a)          Any defect in appointment of the Chairman or any member of the Commission  or in constitution of the interview Board, or

(b)         Any vacancy in the Commission or any of its Committees or interview Board. or

(c)          Any defect or irregularity not affecting the substance in any proceedings before the Commission, Committee or the interview Board.

 

 

Protection of action in good faith

13.       No suit, prosecution or other legal proceedings shall lie against the Commission, the Chairman the member, the secretary, the Controller of Examinations, the officers or any other persons Deputed to assist the Commission for taking interview or otherwise for anything done purported to be done in good faith in exercise of any powers, duties or functions conferred or assigned by or under the Constitution or this Act or the rules made thereunder.

 

 

 

Repeal and Savings.

14. (1) (i) The Uttar pradesh State Public Service Commission (Regulation of procedure and Conduct of Business) Act, 1974 is hereby repealed.

            (ii) Notwithstanding such repeal-

(a) The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (Procedure and Conduct of Business) Rules, 1976 shall, unless superseded by the Commission, continue to be in force except in so far as they are inconsistent with the provisions of this Act;

(b) All acts, orders, decisions, recommendations, including the conduct of any interviews, selection or competitive examination, or declaration of any results there of by or on behalf of the Commission in accordance with the Act, referred to in clause (i) of sub-section (1) or the rules framed thereunder, shall be deemed to be, and always to have been, valid and any proceedings in relations to any interviews, selection or competitive examination pending on the date of commencement of this Act may be continued and completed in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the rules in force prior to such commencement.

U.P.Ordinance No. 13 of 1985

(2) (i)   The Uttar Pradesh State Public Service Commission (Regulation of Procedure) ordinance,1985 is hereby repealed.

(ii)    Notwithstanding such repeal, anything done or any action taken the Ordinance, referred to in clause (i) of sub-section (2), shall be deemed to have been done or taken under this Act, as if this Act were in force at all material times.

 

 

 

 

 

THE UTTAR PRADESH PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ( PROCEDURE AND CONDUCT OF BUSINESS) RULES-1976

CHAPTER-1

  TITLE:-

               1. These rules may be called the " Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (Procedure & Conduct of Business) Rules-1976

                2.  These rules shall supersede all rules in force prior to these rules and shall come into force with immediate effect.

                3.  DEFINITIONS

                     In these rules unless the context otherwise requires, the

                     (i) " Allocation" means allocation of business of the Commission among the Members (including Chairman) as passed by the Commission from time to time.

                     (ii) "Board " means a Board constituted by the Commission for the purposes of holding VIVA-VOCE test overview of candidates.  

                     (iii) "Chairman" means a person appointed as such under Article 316(1) and includes any member appointed under Article-316 (1) of the constitution of India to perform the ties of the Chairman.

         (vi)"Commission" means the U.P. Public Service Commission.

            

                     (v) "Committee" means a Committee constituted by the Commission from

 

amongst it Members.

 

(vi) "Examiners" included Joint Examiner and co-examiners.

 

(vii) " Government" means the Government of Uttar Pradesh.

 

(viii) " Initiating Member" means the Member who proposes a discussion on any matter or to whom the file is first sent for his opinion /orders in accordance with the allocation of business.

 

(ix)   "Interview" includes VIVA-VOCE  or personality test.

 

(x)    " Member": means a person appointed as Member of the Commission under Article 316(1) of the constitution of India and includes the Chairman.

 

(xi)    "Office" means the office of the Commission.

 

(xii) "Order of Distribution of work" means order of distribution of work among officers and staff as approved by the Commission from time to time.

 

(xiii) " Officer" means its secretary, Joint Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary of the Commission.

 

(xiv) " Presiding Member" means Member who presides over the meeting of the Commission in the absence of the Chairman.

 

(xv) " Secretary" means secretary of the Commission as appointed from time to time.

 

(xvi) "Senior Member" in relation to other member or Member means a Member in respect of whom the order of appointment by the Governor was issued at an earlier date and if the dated of the order is the same, the Member. Whose name stands higher in the and "Senior Most Member" means the senior most Member in relation to all other Member generally or among Member present in a meeting of the Commission or of a Committee or an Interview Board.

 

(xvii) " Staff" means Section Officers and other Members of the staff.

 

 

CHAPTER-II

 

MEETINGS 4.  Unless otherwise decided by the Commission, the meeting of the Commission shall ordinarily be held on Saturdays and, if it happens to be a non-working day, on the working day immediately preceding Saturday.  5. The Chairman on the requisition of any Member shall call an extra-ordinary meeting of the commission any weak day, failing which, the Member may call  the meeting at the earliest. 6(1) Notices of the meetings shall be issued by the Secretary; (ii) the notice of the meeting shall be accompanied a short note (Synopsis) relating the each item on the Agenda of the meeting. The Agenda and the synopsis on the items of the Agenda shall be sent to the private Secretaries/Personal Assistants to Members at least two days in advance after the same have been approved by the Chairman, who shall ensure that no important items suggested by Members, items ready for discussion and matter on which the orders of the Commission have to be sought have been omitted from Inclusion in the agenda8 Extra-ordinary meetings of the Commission may be held at short notice. e Quorum for a meeting of the Commission, shall be more than half the total number of the Member of the Commission, 10 The Chairman and, in his absence, the senior-most Member present shall preside over the meeting of the Commission. 11. (i) The decision of the Commission as far as may be shall be unanimous, If divergent views are held by thenimity cannot be reached at a meeting, the item may postponed for further consideration in a subsequent meeting of the Commission. If at subsequent meeting it is realised the unanimity cannot be achieved, decision shall be taken by vote; (iii) The dissenting Member may record his note of dissent against a majority decision which shall be part of the proceedings, but such a note of dissent itself shall note sent to office or any other person or authority (iv) Decisions of the Commission (under this rule) shall be taken by majority of more than half the total number of Member of the Commission irrespective of the fact that any Member abstains from expressing his opinion or from Voting.

 

 

AGENDA

12.(i) When there if difference of opinion and it can not be resolved by circulation or otherwise in a Committee, the matter shall be placed before the Committee on for consideration and decision;

 

     (ii) If a Member does not agree to the proposal of the Government, the matter shall be placed before the Whole Commission for consideration and decision;

 

     (iii) If a Member proposes discussion on any specific matter/question, it shall be circulated before it is placed on the Agenda of the next meeting of the Commission.

 

13.(i) All decisions of the Commission shall be recorded in a Minute Book which shall be in the personal custody of the Secretary, Members present shall put their signatures in taken of their presence at the top of the record of proceedings;

 

     (ii) All the decisions shall be signed by the Members present. If a Member abstains from voting or does not put on his signature, the fact shall be entered in the Minute Book;

 

     (iii) A copy of each decision shall be placed in the relevant file or files as the case may be;

 

     (iv) Copies of all the decisions shall be sent by the secretary to the private secretaries/personal Assistants to all the members, Officers and the Section Officers, who shall maintain them with synopsis in proper order for ready reference.

PROCEDURE  GENERALLY

14. No proceedings of the Commission shall be invalid only by reason of a vacancy in the Office of a Member or the Chairman or on the ground that a Member or Chairman was absent from the meeting of the Commission.

 

15. Ordinarily, the decisions of the Commission shall be made by circulation of files among the Members. If there is an urgent matter, the file may circulated by hand and the Commission's order be obtained or the matter be placed in the next meeting.

 

16.(i) For convenient transaction of its business, the allocation of work among the Member (including Chairman) shall from time to time be made by the Commission;

 

    (ii) For convenient and expeditious transaction of its business, the Commission may constitute a committee or Committees, from among its Members;

 

    (iii) The Commission may constitute a Committee for performance of any specified work or transaction of specified business;

 

    (iv) The allocation made under the above clauses may be amended or altered or modified as and when deemed necessary.

 

17. (i) The Senior most Member shall be the convenor of the Committee.

 

     (ii) Decision of the Committee shall, except in matters in respect of which the Commission has otherwise directed, be subject to approval of the Commission.

 

18. A Member may seek the opinion of any other Member or Members on any issue under consideration of the Commission and may send the file to any/all the Members for the purpose.

 

19. Where there is agreement among the Members and Chairman to whom the file is circulated in accordance with the order of allocation of business, such opinion shall be deemed to be the opinion of the Commission. Provided that such opinion is not contrary to any prior decision or general policy of the Commission.

 

 

CHAPTER-III

INTERVIEW BOARD

20.(i) The Commission shall constitute Boards for Interview/Viva-Voce test of candidates for various posts for which selection is to be made;

 

(ii) Singly-Member or Multiple-Member Board shall be constituted taking into consideration the grades, status and importance of the posts in respect of which the selection is to be made;

 

(iii) Ordinarily, a single Board shall be constituted for selection to a particular post or posts, but where the number of candidates is large, the Commission may constitute more than one Board for the purpose;

 

(iv) Where more than one multiple Member Board are constituted , the constitution of the Board may be Changed by rotation as after as the Commission thinks proper.

 

21. The programme of interview shall be fixed by the Commission.

 

22. Twenty-one days notice shall ordinarily be given to the candidates to appear before the Commission for Interview and the interview programme shall be fixed Keeping in view the said period of notice.

 

23.(i) If a member is unable to attend the interview fixed  for him, any other Member may hold the interview in his place and the fact shall not invalidate the proceedings of such selection.

 

     (ii) If a Member of a multiple-Member Board is unable to attend, or has to leave the Board during the course of its sitting and an alternative arrangement cannot be made, the other remaining Member or Members, as the case may be may hold or continue to hold the interview and the proceedings of the Board shall not be vitiated only on the ground that member was absent from the sitting of the Board.

 

24. The Senior-most Member shall preside over the above Boards.

 

25. The proceeding of the Boards shall as early as possible, be placed before the Commission for approval before the recommendations are issued. Such approval may be obtained by circulation by hand or in a meeting of the Commission.

 

CHAPTER-IV

 

PANEL OF EXAMINERS

26.(i) The Commission shall prepare a panel of examiners for each subject in which the Commission holds examination or may constitute a Committee for the purpose different Committees may be constituted for different subject. The reports of the Commission shall be laid before the Commission for approval, The Commission may such alternations or additions as it Deems fit in the panels prepared by the Commission.

 

  (ii) No Officer of the Commission shall be placed on the panel of examiners as per decision of the Ayog on 16.4.77 for recruitment to the office of the Public Service Commission.

 

   (iii) The panels so prepared and or approved by the Commission shall be reviewed by it from time to time;

 

   (iv) The panel of Examiners shall be secret document and it shall be kept in safe custody by the secretary under seal and shall be submitted to a Member or the Commission on requisition.

 

27. Examiners shall be appointed by the Commission from the panel made in accordance with above rules.

 

28. Question papers set by the Examiners shall be placed before the Commission to ensure conformity with the required standard of examination. The Commission may moderate the question papers or constitutes a committee to perform the work of moderation on their behalf.

CONDUCT OF EXAMINATION

29(i) The Commission shall conduct examinations for the various posts to be filled by competitive examinations;

 

    (ii) The Commission may hold combined competitive examination for selection to various posts under the purview of the Commission.

 

30. The Commission shall advertise the vacancies from which selections are to be made in the manner and through the medium/media prescribed by them, and invite applications from eligible candidates. Applications received in response to advertisement shall be scrutinised by the office in the manner prescribed by the Commission from time to time.

 

31(i) No candidate shall be admitted to the examination unless he has duly applied on the prescribed form and has deposited the prescribed application/examination fee within the prescribed time,

Provided that the Commission may accept advance applications from Candidates on a plain piece of paper on the form of advance application meant for Government servants if received in time and accompanied by the necessary particulars, proof of age, qualifications and prescribed application/examination fee;

 

   (ii) No application received after last date fixed for receipt of applications shall be accepted.

           PROVIDED that if the aforesaid last date is a non-working day, applications received on the next working day shall be deemed to be within time,

PROVIDED further that if a doubt arises as to whether and application in this regard shall be final;

 

   (iii) An application not accompanied by proof of having deposited the application/examination fees or not giving full details regarding the optional papers offered shall be liable to rejection.

 

32.  All eligible candidates shall, subject to the provisions of the above rules, be admitted to the examination.

PROGRAMME & CENTERRS OF EXAMINATION

33(i) The Commission shall fix the place, dates and Time of examination;

 

   (ii) The centres of examination shall be fixed with prior approval of the Commission.

INVIGILATORS

34 (i) The Secretary shall prepare a list of the persons Suitable to the appointed as invigilators and shall get the same approved by the Commission.

 

   (ii) Invigilators shall be appointed by the Secretary at the P.S.C.Examintion Centre from the list as approved in Sub-rule (I).

 

   (iii) The Commission shall lay guide-lines for appointment of invigilators at centres outside public service commission campus, Allahabad.

 

35. If an invigilator is found wanting in his duties as such, the matter shall be reported to the secretary, who shall seek the approval of the Commission for exclusion of such invigilator's name from the list. If approved by the Commission, the name of the invigilator shall be struck of the list.

 

36. As soon as the examination in a paper is over and the answer-book has been received , the secretary shall submit a report to the Commission indicating the number of candidates who have appeared at the examination.

 

37. Fake roll numbers shall be allotted to each candidate in each paper Before the answer-books are despatched to the examiners for assessment.

 

38. The number of answer-book to be sent to each examiner shall be fixed by the Commission.

 

39. Ordinarily six weeks time shall be allowed for return of assessed answer-books by the examiners, but the Commission may in special circumstances and on request made by the examiner, extend the time by 15 days.

 

40. If  an examiner fails to return the answer-books within the time allowed or the extended time, as the case may be , the matter shall be placed immediately before the Commission for orders.

 

41. If an examiner is unable to assess the answer-books for any reason within the time allowed by the Commission, he shall immediately return them. The Commission shall in such a case appoint another examiner, for examiners.

 

42. If an examiner fails to comply with the instructions/order of the Commission, or fails to co-operate with the Commission or other examiners, or found negligent in the discharge of his duties as an examiner, or is found Divulging the secrecy of the examination or of misconduct or anything undesirable in the part of the Examiner, the fact shall be brought to the Notice of the Commission, and the Commission may strike off the name of Such examiner from the penal of examiners for a specified period or Permanently.

 

43. The secretary shall submit a report indicating the position regarding the return of answer-books immediately after the expiry of the prescribed time-limit.

 

 

TABULATION

 

 

44. The secretary shall take steps for tabulation of marks obtained by each candidates as soon as scrutiny of scripts remarks of discrepancies, removal of variations and corrections in mark-sheets, if any have been done. He will ensure that the work is taken up immediately after receipt of answer-books.

 

45. The Commission may make random-checking of the tabulation to ensure correctness and accuracy of tabulation as well as of assessment of answer-books.

 

46. Where the tabulation is complete and thoroughly checked by the office and the Commission as provided for in the above rules, the secretary shall submit the result before the Commission in the form and in the manner to be prescribed by the Commission to take orders as to how many candidates, are considered fit for being admitted to personality test/interview.

 

47. Deleted wide decision of the Ayog on 13.5.1977.

 

48. If shall be the responsibility of the secretary to ensure correct tabulation of marks and correct restoration of original roll numbers of the candidates.

 

49. The Commission shall decide the number of candidates to be called for interview to appear before a Board or Boards on any day.

 

50. On each day after the interview is over and marks are awarded to each candidate, the mark-sheet prepared in duplicate shall be placed in separate sealed covers and the original will be-sent, to the secretary to be kept under his safe and secret custody, and the duplicate shall be retained by the presiding Member till the results are finalised.

 

51.  The mark-sheets so obtained shall be opened on the last day of interview and immediately there after the marks of interview/personality test shall added to the marks obtained by the candidates in the written examination. Thereafter on the basis of the totals so obtained that merit lists shall be prepared and placed before the Commission for final declaration of the result.

 

PROVIDED that the Commission may, with a view to eliminating Variation in the marks awarded to candidates at any examination or interview, adopt any method, device or formula, which they consider proper for the purpose.

 

52. After the results are declared by the Commission, the same will be issued immediately to the press for publications. A copy shall be placed on the notice board.

 

CHAPTER-V

SELECTION BY DIRECT RECRUITMENT

 

53. The advertisement for selection to various posts by direct recruitment shall be issued and application form  eligible candidates invited by the Commission in accordance with the provisions of service rules or adhoc principles agreed by the Commission where there are no service rules.

 

54. Notes for preliminary weeding of candidates shall be submitted in the manner prescribed, to the Commission, and the Commission shall admit such number of candidates to interview, as they deem fit.

 

55. Rules 20 to 25,30 and 31 shall apply to the selection by direct recruitment.

 

56. The provisions of rule 50 shall apply with the modification that duplicate mark-sheets will be sent to the Secretary to be kept in safe and secret custody and that the original shall be retained by the Presiding member fill the interviews are over or the result is finalised.

 

57. Where multiple Board are Constituted, the envelopes containing the original mark-sheets of interview held by different Boards shall be sent to the senior most Member for preparation of results which shall be sent to all the Members of the Boards for signatures. The private secretaries to Member concerned shall extend all help to him in the  The work.

 

TECHNICAL-ADVISERS

 

58. The rules relating to the preparation of panels of examiner has Mutates mutandis apply to the preparation of panel of Technical Advisors.

 

59(i) Technical Advisors shall be appointed out of the penal of advisors approved by the Commission to Assist the Commission at the time of interview in the selection of candidate for various posts/services.

 

   (ii) In the case of selection by competitive examination the appointment of technical advisors shall be made by the Commission.

 

60. Fairly senior person shall be appointed as technical advisors taking into consideration their calibre, general reputation and post performance, if any.

 

ILLUSTRATION

 

(i) In a selection for the posts of professor "A" and "B" both were Candidates "A" was selected and in subsequent selection which was held after year "A" was invited to assist the commission as Technical Advisor for the post of professor in which "B" was a candidate. The appointment of "A" as technical advisor was not proper.

 

(ii) "A" a professor of 10 years standing is appointed as technical advisor for the selection to the post of professor. The appointment of "A" as technical advisor would be proper.

 

61. If a technical advisor, at any time, discovers that any of the candidates Appearing before the board is related to him, or,  for any other reason, he does not want to associate himself with the interview of any particular candidate, he shall bring the fact to the notice of the Board. Thereupon he shall withdraw from the Board for the time the said candidate is interviewed And such withdraw shall not invalidate the selection or rejection of such a candidate.

 

 

CHAPTER-VI

 

DEPARTMENTAL PROMOTION COMMITTEE

 

62. Where selections are to be made in accordance with the U.P. Promotion by selection in consultation with "Public Service Commission (Procedure) Rules,1970" (as amended from time to time) the Member nominated by the Commission shall preside over the selection Committee.

 

63. The proceedings of the selection Committee shall be submitted to the Commission for approval either by circulation by hand or by placing before The Commission in its next meeting.

 

64. Where the number of candidates admitted to interview is large, the Commission may hold interview at different places other than and in addition to Allahabad.

 

CHAPTER-VII

FINANCE

65. The Secretary shall prepare budget estimates for the next Ensuing financial year together with the estimates or revised estimates, as The case may be, of the current year, and with the actual expenditure incurred During then preceding financial year.

 

66. Any new demand sought to be included in the budget estimates of the next ensuing year shall be shown in the general budget estimates as well as separately in a appended to the budget extimates.

 

67.(i) The budget prepared in accordance with the provisions of rules-65 and 66 shall be placed before the Commission at least 15days before it is due to the submitted to the Government.

 

   (ii) All item for schedule of new demands shall be submitted by the Secretary by the end of September.

 

68. Any supplementary demands shall like-wise be placed before the Commission at least 15days before the are due to be submitted to the Government.

 

69. The Commission may approve the estimates presented by the Secretary or may make such changes, as they deem fit or necessary. Such approved estimates of the annual budget or of supplementary demands; if may, shall be the budget estimates of the Commission and shall be transmitted to Government for inclusion in the State Budget.

 

70. After the budget is passed by the legislature and the allotments are received from the Government. The Secretary shall make a report to the Commission with a copy of the sanctioned budget estimates.

 

71. The Secretary shall submit quarterly reports of the expenditure incurred by the Commission for its information and directions if any.

 

72. Reports regarding expenditure on maintenance of the buildings of the Commission shall be made quarterly.

 

CHAPTER-VIII

GENERAL

73. All decisions and proceedings of the Commission shall, unless otherwise directed, be secret.

 

74. Any Member may call for any file, papers or information from the office through the Secretary.

NOTES

Paper do not mean examination papers and information does not mean information regarding marks obtained by candidates before interview for the post or services is over as also fake roll number to whom particular script has gone.

 

 

CHAPTER-IX

RESIDUARY MATTERS

75. The Commission may deal as such manner as they deem fit with any matter not specifically proved for in these rules.

 

INTERPRETATION

76. If any doubt arises as to the interpretation of these rule, the Interpretation made by the Commission shall be final.

AMENDMENT

77. The rules may amended by the Commission as and when deemed necessary and such amendments shall take effect immediately or from such date as the Commission may appoint in this behalf.

 

(v)               Organisation of the Office and functions:-

 

            The Public Service Commission Office is divided into various sections, a list of which is given below:

I-                   General Section.

II-                Recruitment Section.

III-             Examination Section.

IV-             Confidential Section.

V-                Account Section.

VI-             Records Section.

VII-          Library.

2.  A List of the subjects dealt with in each of the above sections has been given in Chapter IV. The subjects allotted to a particular section must always be dealt with in that section and in no other. The list of subjects allotted to sections has been complied as exhaustively as possible but difference of opinion may still occasionally arise whether a particular receipt is meant for one section or for another. In such cases the receipt may be sent to the Secretary who will decide which section should deal with it.

3. If an incoming letter deals with several subjects which concern several sections, the section which is concerned with the main subject will take it over and sent copies or extracts to the other sections concerned.

Transaction of Business by the Commission

4. The rules for the transaction of business by the Commission are contained in the Rules of Procedure (Appendix A).

 

Rules of Procedure of the Public Service Commission, Uttar Pradesh.

 

            1.         In these rules, unless there is something repugnant in the subject or context.  "Commission" means the Uttar pradesh Public Service Commission, and "Member" of the Commission includes the Chairman.

            2.         The Commission shall meet as often as necessary, under the presidency of the Chairman, for the transaction of such business as cannot be settled by circulation of files.

            NOTE (1) The Commission may call any specialist from outside for elucidation of any matter at a meeting, if necessary.

            (2)        The term "business" in this rule does not include interview of candidates in the connection with recruitment to services.

            3.         No interviews will ordinarily be fixed on Saturdays on which days the Commission will attend to other work.     

            4.         The quorum for a meeting of the of the Commission shall be two, if the Commission consists of three members; but if it consists of more than three members, the quorum shall be three.

            5.         The Chairman or that acting Chairman may adjourn any business at a meeting if he is of opinion that such business should be transacted at a meeting at which all the members are present.

 

            6.         The decision of the Commission shall, as far as possible, be unanimous. But-

(i)                 if at any meeting, the Chairman or any individual member expresses a divergent opinion and unanimity cannot be reached, the opinion of the majority shall be the opinion  of the Commission;

(ii)               if at any meeting at which any of the members is not present and there is disagreement between the members present the matter shall either be discussed at the following meeting when all the members are present or if the Chairman so directs, the opinion of the absentee member shall be obtained before a final decision is arrived at:

 

Provided that if with the opinion of the absentee member there is equal division of votes. the Chairman shall have a second or casting vote.

 

 

7.    All decisions at a meeting of the Commission shall be recorded by the officer

Presiding.

 

8.   The proceedings of the Commission shall not be invalidated by reason of any

Vacancy in the office of the Chairman or members.

            9.    The Commission may refer any matter to an individual Member or to a Committee consisting of members and such other persons, if any, as the Commission may appoint, for consideration and report to it.

              10. The Chairman or, in his absence, a member designated by him in this behalf may deal with any urgent matter requiring immediate action, but the action taken shall be reported to the Commission at its next meeting.

 

11. The following procedure shall be adopted in regard to recruitment:

 

       (i) Every requisition for recruitment received from Government shall be scrutinised by the office and the draft advertisement examined by the Assistant Secretary or the Additional Assistant Secretary as the case may be who will submit it to the Commission with his note through the Secretary.

 

       (ii) After it has been approved by the Commission, the advertisement will issue.

 

       (iii) In case the selection is to be preceded by an examination, the Secretary shall note the subjects in which written tests are to be held, and submit the file secretly with panel of examiners to the Commission for appointment of examiners.

 

       (iv) After the examiners have been appointed the Secretary shall write to the examiners concerned to set the question papers in the subjects and, after these question papers are received. put up the same to the Commission for moderation, if necessary, and approval , after which he will make arrangements for their printing. All question papers must remain in the personal custody of the Secretary from the time they are received in the office of the Commission to the time they are distributed to the candidates in the examination hall. The responsibility for their secrecy thus rests exclusively on him.

               12.  The secretary shall maintain a panel of examiners in different subjects and get it approved by the Commission at least once every year preferably in the month of June. Every one concerned with the maintenance of the panel of examiners must realise that a serious responsibility rests on him as regards secrecy of the names of examiners. Any Leakage or suspected leakage will be visited with dire consequences.

               13. All files relating to appointment of examiners, setting of question papers, scrutiny of answer-books and similar matters shall be marked "Top Secret and Personal" and shall be opened and closed personally by the addressee or the sender as the case may be.

             14.  In regard to weeding of candidates for admission to examinations and interviews the following procedure shall be observed:

 

(i) Where recruitment is made by examination all eligible candidates shall be admitted to the examination by the Assistant Secretary or the Additional Assistant Secretary as the case may be and only the applications of ineligible candidates and other doubtful cases shall be submitted for orders to the Commission.

 

(ii) Where recruitment is made selection, i.e. after interview only, preliminary weeding of the candidates who apply in response to the advertisement shall be made by the Commission and only those who are held to be suitable will be called for interview. The number of candidates to be called for interview should not ordinarily be more than five candidates per vacancy. Where the number of vacancies is Large, this proportion may be reduced suitably.

 

Note - Ordinarily no member shall keep applications with him for mor than two days.

 

15.  Whenever the Commission is required to give advice, or to submit proposals

or to make a recommendation, the decision of the Commission shall be communicated in a letter signed by the Secretary and , in case the decision is not unanimous, neither the fact of nor the ground for dissent shall be communicated unless the Chairman so directs.

              16. Annual entries in the character rolls of the Secretary, Assistant Secretaries and other gazetted staff shall be made by the Chairman. Entries in the rolls of Personal Assistants, Stenographers and inferior staff shall be made by the officers to whom they are attached and in the rolls of other staff by the Secretary. The rolls of the entire staff shall, however, be put up before the Chairman, the Members and the Secretary when they are leaving the office on Long leave or permanently for any remarks they may wish to record.    

              Adverse entries falling under rule 69(v) must be communicated in writing to the member of the staff concerned and if the member of the staff affected feels aggrieved by an adverse entry so communicated, he can represent against the entry to the Chairman. Adverse entries of a general Character, such as "prone to laziness" etc. should, if possible, be supported by concrete instances so that these may be duly communicated, if necessary, to the official concerned.

               17. In matters for which no provision is made by these rules, the Commission may regulate its proceedings in such manner, as they think fit.

 

 

 

(vi)           the rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions;

Necessary document are available in establishment section which are used as guideline in Commission.

 

(vii)        a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control ;

            Distribution of work among various sections of the office: -

 

Sl. No.

Name of Section

Allotted work/Department

1.

Services Section-1

Agriculture, Cane, Home, Horticulture

2.

Services Section-2

Forest, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development, Fisheries, Planning, Economics & Statistics Division, Secretariat Administration

3.

Services Section-3

Sports, Higher Education, Science and Environment, Cultural work, State Archaeology.

4.

Services Section-4

Information, Social Welfare, Education(G.I.C.), Rehabitation.

5.

Services Section-5

Co-operative, Supply, Finance, Revenue, Trade Tax, Financial Management and Budget.

6.

Services Section-6

P.W.D., Youth Welfare, Geological Survey, Electricity.

7.

Services Section-7

Irrigation, Rural Development.

8.

Services Section-8

Medical, Health & Family Planning

9.

Services Section-9

Labour, Industry, Transport, Employment, Tourism, Bureau of Public Enterprises.

 

10.

Services Section-10

Appointment, Public Service Commission, Panchyati Raj, Zial Parishad, Nagar Palika, Town and Country Planning, Avas Vikas, Directorate of S.C./S.T., Personal Deptt.

11.

Services Section-11

Homeopath, Unani/Ayurvedic 

12.

Services Section-12

Technical Education, Minor Irrigation, R.E.S.

13.

Examination Section-1

P.C.S. (Pre) Exam, Advertisement work and to receive requisition.

14.

Examination Section-2

P.C.S. (Main) Exam, Asstt. Prosecution Officer (Main) Exam,

15.

Examination Section-3

R.O./A.R.O. Pre Exam of Public Service Commission/U.P. Secretariat/Board of Revenue and other Deptt., Additional Private Secretary Pre Exam of Public Service Commission/U.P. Secretariat and other Deptt., Engineering Services Exam, Forest Services, S.D.I. (Primary Education) R.I./A.R.I. Exam.

16.

Examination Section-4

A.P.o.(Pre), Exam, Lower Subordinate Exam (Pre),  Nayab Tahsildar (Revenue Deptt.), Deputy Jailor Exam (Jail Deptt., Translator Exam

17.

Confidential Section-1

P.C.S. (Main), R.I./A.R.I. Exam

18.

Confidential Section-2

A.P.O., R.O./A.R.O, Forest Services

19.

Confidential Section-3

P.C.S. (Pre), A.P.O

20.

Top Secret-1

Undefined

21.

Top Secret-2

P.C.S.(Main), R.O/A.R.O, Judicial Services Civil Judge Exam.

22.

Top Secret-3

R.I./A.R.I

23.

Establishment Section

Establishment work of P.S.C.

24.

Account Section.

Account & Budget work of P.S.C.

25.

Dak & Dispatch Section

Receive & Dispatch all works and other papers.

26.

Miscellaneous Section

Establishment of Class-IV, work related to daily wages Class-IV employee and other miscellaneous type work related to P.S.C.

27.

Legal Cell

Court cases of Hon'ble H.C. & S.C.

28.

Research Section

Annual Report, Third monthly report, News Letter of UPSC.

29-

Stationary & Record Section

Stationary, Record of P.S.C.

 

            Each section is headed by a Section Officer who is assisted by Review officer( leh{kk vf/kdkjh) & Assistant review officer (lgk;d leh{kk vf/kdkjh)

 

(viii)      the particulars of any arrangement that exist for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof;

There are no such type of arrangement that exist for consultant along with are representation by members of public in relation to formulation of its policy.

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is headed by the Chairman and comprises of eight other Members. All appointed by the Governor of Uttar Pradesh, in accordance with the provision in Article-316 to 319 of the constitution of India.

(ix)           a statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public;

 

(1) Committees constituted by the Commission.

            (1)        Examination/Examination Reformation Committee

         (2)        Syllabus Committee

         (3)        Committee to decide the matters relating to provisional candidates.

         (4)        Campus Committee

         (5)        Age Limit Committee

         (6)        Legal Committee

         (7)        Interview Committee

         (8)        Annual Report Committee

         (9)        Library Committee

 

 

 

 (2) Committees constituted by the Chairman.

 

1.         Disciplinary Committee

         2.         Rules

         3.         Standard Deviation Committee

         4.         Request against Rejection

         5.         Technical Committee

         6.         Seniority Committee

         7.         Penalty (Shasti) Committee.

 

(ix)           a directory of its officers and employees;

 

UPPSC, ALLAHABAD

LIST OF THE OFFICER EMPLOYEES

 

SL. NO.

NAME OF EMPLOYEE

DESIGNATION

DATE OF BEGINING TENURE

TENURE ENDING

1.

Mr. B.B. SINGH,P.C.S

Secretary/ADD. SECRETARY

01.9.05

 

2.

Mr. R.B. SINGH, P.C.S

JOINT SECRETARY

15.10.09

 

3.

Mr. MURLIDHAR DUBEY,P.C.S

ADD. SECRETARY

26.5.07

 

4.

Mrs. P.S. MOHANKAR, FINANCE

ADD.SEC. FINANCE

23.6.07

 

5.

Mr. S.N. SRIVASTAVA,P.C.S.

JOINT SECRETARY

23.1.09

 

6.

Mr. A.N. UPADHYAYA, P.C.S.

DEPUTY SECRETARY

3.10.09

 

7.

Mr. MATVAR SINGH

JOINT SECRETARY

24.1.06

31.5.10

8.

Mr. S.Q.R. NAQVI

DEPUTY SECRETARY

27.10.05

31.3.10

9.

Mr. C.K. SHUKLA

SYSTEM ANALYST

4.6.98

31.1.10

10.

Mr. GIRISH GOEL

SYSTEM ANALYST

27.9.01

31.3.24

11.

Mr. OM PRAKASH SINGH

SR. RESEARCH OFFICER

27.10.99

30.6.19

12.

Mr. RIZWAN-UR-REHMAN

UNDER SECRETARY

4.9.98

30.6.17

13.

Mr. A. K. LAL

UNDER SECRETARY

13.10.98

30.11.14

14.

Mr. V.K.SRIVASTAVA

UNDER SECRETARY

3.4.99

31.1.11

15.

Mr.AVINASH CHANDRA SAHU

UNDER SECRETARY

27.10.05

30.6.10

16.

Mr. RADHEY LAL

UNDER SECRETARY

15.10.08

31.12.15

17.

Mr. Z.I.SIDDIQUI

P.S. GRADE-I

9.9.05

31.10.11

    

Inspite of above there are 28 Section Officer, 08 Private Secretary, 02 Supervisor and 02 A.A.O. in the Commission.

 

 

 

(x)             the monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations;

             

     The monthly remuneration of the officer showing Pay Band & Grade Pay

 

  SL. NO.

NAME OF EMPLOYEE

DESIGNATION

PAY Band

Grade Pay

DATE OF BEGINING TENURE

TENURE ENDING

1.

Mr. B.B. SINGH

Secretary/ADD. SECRETARY

54,670

10,000

01.9.05

 

2.

Mr. R.B. SINGH

JOINT SECRETARY

45,500

8900

15.10.09

 

3.

Mr. MURLIDHAR DUBEY

ADD. SECRETARY

50,310

10,000

26.5.07

 

4.

Mrs. P.S. MOHANKAR

ADD.SEC. FINANCE

51,720

8900

23.6.07

 

5.

Mr. S.N. SRIVASTAVA

JOINT SECRETARY

47,430

8900

23.1.09

 

6.

Mr. A.N. UPADHYAY

DEPUTY SECRETARY

25,670

7600

3.10.09

 

7.

Mr. MATVAR SINGH

JOINT SECRETARY

42,920

8700

24.1.06

31.5.10

8.

Mr. S.Q.R. NAQVI

DEPUTY SECRETARY

28,450

7600

27.10.05

31.3.10

9.

Mr. C.K. SHUKLA

SYSTEM ANALYST

33,160

7600

4.6.98

31.1.10

10.

Mr. GIRISH GOEL

SYSTEM ANALYST

24,500

6600

27.9.01

31.3.24

11.

Mr. OM PRAKASH SINGH

SR. RESEARCH OFFICER

28,590

6600

27.10.99

30.6.19

12.

Mr. RIZWAN-UR-REHMAN

UNDER SECRETARY

26,550

6600

4.9.98

30.6.17

13.

Mr. A. K. LAL

UNDER SECRETARY

26,550

6600

13.10.98

30.11.14

14.

Mr. V.K.SRIVASTAVA

UNDER SECRETARY

25,870

6600

3.4.99

31.1.11

15.

Mr.AVINASH CHANDRA SAHU

UNDER SECRETARY

21,780

6600

27.10.05

30.6.10

 

Mr. RADHEY LAL

UNDER SECRETARY

21,250

6600

15.10.08

31.12.15

 

Mr. Z.I.SIDDIQUI

P.S. GRADE-I

25,190

6600

9.9.05

31.10.11

    

Inspite of above there are 28 Section Officer, 08 Private Secretary, 02 Supervisor and 02 A.A.O. in the Commission.

 

(xi)           the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made; - Not Applicable.

 

 

(xii)        the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes; - Not Applicable.

 

(xiii)      particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it; - Not Applicable.

 

(xiv)      details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form;

                   Important information are available in website of the Commission http.// www.uppsc.org.in. Any candidate or person wants to know information they can see the Commission website.

 

 

(xv)     The Particulars of facilities available to citizen for obtaining Information:-

                                                                                     

 The following may be noted while submitting request seeking information under RTI Act:-

         Arrangements have been made at the Facilitation Counter of UPPSC for receiving applications/request seeking information under RTI Act, 2005.

         Applications/request can also be sent by post along with the requisite fee directly to the concerned PIO in UPPSC dealing with the subject. The name of PIOs is given in this website which may be consulted before forwarding the application to the concerned PIO.

         The requisite fee along with the application/request could be paid by way of cash against proper receipt at the Facilitation Counter or by Indian Postal Order in favour of Secretary UPPSC payable at Allahabad Post Office. The fee may also be paid by demand draft or banker's cheque drawn in favour of Secretary, UPPSC.

 

(XVI)  (1)   Public Information officer                                Shri A.N. Upadhyay,

                                                                                                Deputy Secretary,

                                                                                                U.P. Public Service Commission.

                                                                                                Phone No.0532-2407929 .

 

            (2)   Appellate Authority                                           Shri S.N. Srivastava,

                                                                                                Joint  Secretary,

                                                                                                U.P. Public Service Commission.

                                                                                                Phone No. 0532-2408244.

           

(3) Assistant Public Information Officer                 Shri Radhey Lal,

                                                                                                Under Secretary,

                                                                                                Camp office, Lucknow.

                                                                                                Phone No. 0522-2332110.