Last Updated On June 19th, 2017 at 04:52 am
RPSC Home: This page provides complete news and updates of various exams conducted by RPSC (www.rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in). Rajasthan Public Service Commission is the leading commission of the Rajasthan Government that organizes various recruitment examinations to recruit officers and employees to numerous government departments in the state.
These exams are conducted to recruite candidates for RPS (Rajasthan Police Service) and RAS (Rajasthan Administrative Service), etc. The office of the RPSC is present at Ajmer (Rajasthan). Here we provide latest Notification, Exam Dates, Syllabus, Admit Card, Results, etc. for the number of exams which the Rajasthan Public Service Commission conducts. If you are interested to take up the exams conducted by RPSC, then you are advised to visit this page for latest updates.
RPSC Recruitment 2017
MNIT (Malviya National Institute of Technology) of Rajasthan has given recruitment notification for the recruitment of JRF (Junior Research Fellow). The candidayes willing to apply for this post should have M.Tech degree in Renewable Energy (or) Mechanical Engineering (or) Electrical Engineering. Number of vacancies for this post is one. Get complete details here –
RPSC Recruitment: Rajasthan Police has issued recruitment notification for the position of Platoon Commander/Sub-Inspector. The educational qualification for the above post is a graduate degree from any recognized university. In addition to the educational qualification, you should meet certain Health and Physical Fitness Criteria as well. The last date for submitting your application is 19.06.2017. Get complete details of Rajasthan Police Recruitment:
District Legal Services Authority of Rajasthan has given notification for the recruitment of Paralegal Volunteer. The total number of vacancies for the mentioned post is 226. You should have passed Secondary School exam and should have obtained a certificate from Rajasthan Secondary Education Board. Get complete details of the DLSA Recruitment:
Rajasthan University has issed notification for Junior Technical Assistant, Grade 2 Clerk, Lab Bearer, Wireman/Electrician, Lab Assistant, Herbarium Assistant and Book Attendant. The university has started issuing application from 24.05.2017 onwards & The last date for submitting the application online is 23.06.2017. Get complete details of Rajasthan University Recruitment:
The Sardar Patel Medical College of Rajasthan has issed notification for the recruitment of Medical Research Scientist, Research Assistant, Non-Medical Research Scientist, Lab Technician, etc. There are two vacancies for the post of Lab Technician and one post each for other posts. Last date for submitting application is 10.06.2017. Get the details of Sardar Patel Medical College Bikaner Recruitment:
RPSC recruits 2nd Grade Teachers for various schools across the state. You can get complete information about RPSC recruits 2nd Grade Teachers exams including Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Exam Pattern, Application Process, etc. Click the following link for details of RPSC 2nd Grade Teacher Recruitment:
RPSC Syllabus 2017
RPSC has issued notification for recruiting Head Master Praveshika School in Sanskrit Education. You should have completed a degree in Shiksha Shastri and should have 5 years experience in teaching in order to apply for this position. The detailed RPSC Headmaster syllabus is given here:
The University of Rajasthan has issued notification for the recruitment of Clerk (grade 2) and Lab Assistant. For the position of Clerk the applicants must have passed 10+2 senior secondary class and for the Lab Assistant position the candidates should have passed B.Sc/B.Tech (or) should be an employee of Rajasthan University with an experience of 10 years as Lab Bearer. Check the Rajasthan University Lab Assistant and Clerk Syllabus here:
RPSC Home: Brief History
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission has been in existence for the past fifty years. The Lee Commission proposed to set up a CPSC (Central Public Service Commission) during the year 1923 in India. However, not much thought was given for setting up commissions of similar types in separate provinces. The recruitment process and exercising the control of the services were left under the responsibility of the provincial government.
When Rajasthan was formed, the PSC (Public Service Commission) institute existed in three covenanting states only. These covenanting states were Bikaner, Jodhpur, and Jaipur. After the princely states merged, the administration passed an ordinance on the sixteenth of August of the year 1949, thereby, laying the foundation of the RPSC Ajmer. The ordinance’s publishing took place at Twentieth August of the year 1949 in Raj. Gazette. It became effective from that day itself. The PSCs and another kind of institutions that performed duties the nature of which were similar to those of a Public Sector Commission of the constitutional states can be abolished through this ordinance. The inter-alia was also provided by the ordinance for composing the commission’s function, its staff, and the commission itself.
The initial composition of the Government consisted of two members and one chairman. The chairman appointed was the then Rajasthan’s Chief Justice, Sir SK Ghosh. Subsequently, the members that were appointed are Shri NR Chandorkarand Shri Devi Shankar Tiwari. Later, a former Federal Public Service Commission Member, Shri SC Tripathi was appointed to the chairman post.
Some regulations were issued by the Rajpramukh in 1951 for regulating the work and operations of the commission. The first regulation was passed in 1959, called the RPSC (Rajasthan Public Service Commission) Service Conditions Regulation. Another one that was passed in the same year was the RPSC (Rajasthan Public Service Commission) Functions’ Limitation Regulation. The PSC (Public Service Commission) got its place in the Constitution of India in accordance with its impartial and important function. The numerous powers given to the PSCs and its various functions are dealt with in Articles sixteen, two hundred and thirty-four, three hundred and fifteen to three hundred and twenty-three. The PSPC Rules and Regulations, formed in the year 1963 regulates the RSPC;s working. The RSPC itself framed these rules for its business conduct. The RSPC Regulation of Procedure Ordinance and its Validation 1975 also helps in regulating the RSPC’s work.
Functions of RPSC
The functions of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission can be segmented into four segments.
- The first segment includes the advice given by the RSPC on making the rules of recruitments and its amendments. These recruitment rules are made in accordance with the conditions and recruitment of Group B services or posts. The posts in this group carry a pay scale of six thousand five hundred rupees to ten thousand five hundred rupees and above. It also includes the services and posts of Group A.
- The second segment of the functions of Rajasthan Public Service Commission is to give advice on punishment that is proposed in finalizing the departmental proceedings by the disciplinary body. These proceedings are under the rules of Odessa Civil Services (Appeal, Control & Classification) passed in the year 1962. The rule seven of the ‘pension rules’ of the Odessa Civil Services passed in the year 1992 are also referred for the same.
- The third segment consists of the advice given by the RSPC on matters that relate to the officers’ income and fixing the inter seniority in accordance with Group B officers. Last, but not the least, is the fourth segment, which includes the recruitment of the candidates to various services or posts. These services and posts belong to Group B (or above) under the Government of the state. The officers can be recruited through viva voice test and competitive exam, as stated in the concerned rules of recruitment. The recruitment can also take place through the viva voce test only.
- A large number of exams are also conducted by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission. Some of the examples of such exams are the RAS (Rajasthan Administrative Services), R.Ac.S (Rajasthan Accounts Services), Rajasthan Industries Service, Rajasthan Commercial Taxes Service, Rajasthan Transport Service, Rajasthan Jail Service, Rajasthan Employment Service, Rajasthan Tehsildar Subordinate Service, Rajasthan Devasthan Subordinate Service, Rajasthan Commercial Taxes Subordinate Service, Rajasthan Cooperative Subordinate Service, Rajasthan State Insurance Service, Rajasthan Tourism Service, Rajasthan Co-operative Service, Rajasthan Labor Welfare Service, Food & Civil Supplies Service, Industries Subordinate Service, Land and Building Tax Subordinate Service, Excise Subordinate Service, and Food & Civil Supplies Subordinate Service.
In spite of all these functions, there are some matters that are given in the ‘a’, ‘b’, and ‘c’ of the third clause of the Indian Constitution’s Article three hundred and twenty in which the Rajasthan Public Service Commission ‘s advice is not taken, nor it is consulted. Some of these matters are:
- The commission need not be consulted for services and posts where the appointment is not done by the State Government. These services and posts include the Commission’s members, Standing Councils, Government Advocates, the Governor’s Secretariat and Personal Staff, the Chief Minister’s private secretary, Medical Officers in state hospitals, Deputy Chief Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, the Advocate General, Government Pleaders, Public Prosecutors, the Legislative Assembly’s Secretariat staff, all posts and services that comes under the Administrative tribunal of the State, etc.
- The RSPC is not consulted on the matters related to temporary appointments, and transfers or promotions that are done between two services.