HPPSC Notification 2014- Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, popularly known as HPPSC is a govt. organisation. HPPSC is also an independent and impartial Constitutional Authority made under the rules provided by the Govt. of India which aims to provide its services in various departments of Andhra Pradesh for recruitment and other necessary purposes.
Through this page, we will provide information on all HPPSC Notifications for 2013 for all upcoming updates on Himachal Pradesh PSC.
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Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, HPPSC is required to advise the State Government of Himachal Pradesh on all matters that relates to the procedure of framing of Recruitment and Promotion Rules, principles that needs to be followed for making appointments, matters related to promotion and transfer from one service to another and in matters related with disciplinary functions affecting Civil Servants of the state of Himachal Pradesh.
At present direct recruitment of Class-I & Class-II posts of different departments is done by Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission.
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission, HPPSC has composition of a Chairman with three Members and other staff.
Selection Procedure in HPPSC
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission follows the pattern with three parts of examination to be given by candidate and the candidate should get shortlisted in all three of them to get selected for recruitment procedure. The three parts of examinations consists are Pre or Preliminary examination, Main examination and Interview. In pre or preliminary exam, objective type of questions are asked based on general awareness and knowledge of current affairs and the state and the country.The main exam consist of eight papers, out of which, a candidate can select four of them by choice, the other four consist of essay, english, hindi and GK. The final stage is personal interview.