GPSC Updates on 11-06-2022: The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GSPC) is a constitutional body which conducts recruitment exams and advises the State Government on recruitment rules, transfers, disciplinary action, etc. It was formed under Article 315(1) of the Constitution of India. It can even advise Governors.
GPSC Updates on 11-06-2022
The full form of GPSC is Gujarat Public Service Commission. GPSC is a constitutional body that conducts recruitments and examinations to select suitable and eligible candidates for various Gujarat State Administration posts. It was founded in 1960. GPSC has a Chairman and comprises 7 members.
The Gujarat Public Service Commission, widely addressed as GPSC conducted several exams to recruit vacant Group A posts in the state of Gujarat. The governmental commission aims in implementing various opportunities and overcoming unemployment in the state of Gujarat by conducting exams for all civil service posts. Eligible candidates who ace the examination shall further move forward and finally end up filling vacant positions in the state. The commission starts with the opening of the application window once intimidated by the state government.
Gujarat Public Service Commission offers jobs in multiple fields. Some of the posts include Gujarat Engineering Service (Civil), Drug Inspector, and many more. If you are interested in knowing more about GPSC 2021 recruitment and its vacancies, read the following sections.
Selection Process for GPSC 2022
The selection of candidates for GSPC 2021 is based on their performance in the following stages
- Preliminary stage
- Main stage
- Final interview
GPSC 2021 conducts various recruitment examinations for Class I, II and III vacancies in the Gujarat State Administration. Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) has published notification for the recruitment of Range Forest Officer, Assistant & Other vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
The medium of the examination shall be English and Gujarati. Gujarati and English Papers in Main Exam shall be in their respective Languages only. In case of the question of interpretation of syllabus, the interpretation of the English shall be final.