Rajasthan Public Service Commission Recruitment 2016 – 29 Research Assistants Vacancies

July 1, 2016 PSC, Research, State Govt.

Last Date of Online Application: 04-07-2016 to 05-08-2016

Last Date of Submission of Fee:03.08.2016

Name of the Post: Research Assistant
Pay Scale: Rs. 9300 – 34800 GP- 4200
Age Limit: (as on 1.1.2017) 18-35 years
Number of Posts: 29
Qualification: : (1) At least IInd class postgraduate degree in Economics/Economics and Public Administration/Public Mathematics/Statistics should have had Economics or
(2) A certificate (RS-CIT course conducted by Rajasthan Knowledge Corporation Limited) awarded by
University, Kota or any other certificate awarded by a competent authority declared equivalent to the above
Information Technology and Communication in Government of Rajasthan.
Working knowledge of Hindi written in Devnagari Script and knowledge of Rajasthani Culture.

For More details please refer to: https://rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in/Static/RecruitmentAdvertisements/BB93E0B3837745E2A5E8927AE178F0A7.pdf

Rajasthan Public Service Commission had a glorious past of nearly 50 years. During 1923, the Lee Commission had recommended setting up of a Central Public Service Commission in India, but it did not give much thought to the need of establishing similar commissions in provinces. It was left largely to the discretion of provincial Governments to recruit and exercise control over their Services, as they thought proper.

At the time of formation of Rajasthan, the institution of Public Service Commission existed in only three of the 22 covenanting states viz. Jaipur, Jodhpur and Bikaner. The successor administration after the merger of the princely states promulgated an ordinance on 16th August,1949 establishing the Rajasthan Public Service Commission Ajmer. It was published in Raj. Gazette at 20th August, 1949 and it came into effect from this date. It provided for the abolition of the PSCs or other institution performing duties in the nature of those of a PSC in the constituent states. The ordinance also provided inter-alia, for the composition of the Commission, the staff and the functions of the Commission.

Initially the composition of the Commission was one Chairman and 2 Members. Sir S.K.Ghosh (also the then Chief Justice of Rajasthan) was appointed Chairman. Subsequently Shri DeviShankar Tiwari and Shri N.R.Chandorkar were appointed Members and Shri S.C. Tripathi (I.E.S), formerly a member of the Federal PSC was appointed as Chairman. In the year 1951, in order to regulate the working of the Commission, the Rajpramukh issued the following Regulations under the provisions of the Constitution of India.

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Conditions of Service) Regulation,1951 and
The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Limitation of Functions) Regulation,1951.
In view of its important and impartial function, Public Service Commissions rightly find a place of pride in the Indian Constitution. Articles 16, 234, 315 to 323 deal with various functions and powers of the Public Service Commissions. The working of Rajasthan Public Service Commission is also regulated by Rajasthan Public Service Commission Rules & Regulation, 1963, Rules framed by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission for conduct of their Business and the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (Regulations and validation of Procedure ordinance 1975 & Act 1976).

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