Joint Public Service Commission

Joint Public Service Commission:

  1. The Constitution makes a provision for the establishment of a Joint State Public Service Commission (JSPSC) for two or more states.
  2. JSPSC can be created by an act of Parliament on the request of the state legislatures concerned. 
  3. Thus, a JSPSC is a statutory and not a constitutional body. The chairman and members of a JSPSC are appointed by the president
  4. They hold office for a term of six years or until they attain the age of 62 years, whichever is earlier. They can be suspended or removed by the president.
  5. Resignation – to the president.
  6.  A JSPSC presents its annual performance report to each of the concerned state governors. Each governor places the report before the state legislature.

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