Answer: The State Governor appoints the Chairman of the Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC).
HPSC comprises a Chairman and twelve members. The twelve members are appointed by the state Governor. The Chairman of HPSC shall receive a remuneration of twenty-four thousand per month whereas the members are entitled to remuneration of twenty-one thousand. They shall also be entitled to dearness allowances. Haryana Public Service Commission is the topmost constitutional body of the Government of Haryana. The body is responsible for conducting Civil Services examinations and other competitive examinations for the recruitment of the right candidates for various posts.
HPSC was founded on 1 November 1966 after the formation of the Haryana state. Apart from conducting examinations, HPSC is responsible for other duties too such as advising the Haryana Government, deciding and maintaining the service rules, conducting interviews of eligible candidates, etc. The Government of India Act, 1935 provides the provision for setting up Public Service Commission for each province. They are an important institution at the Union level and State level to serve the public in a better way.
Who appoints the Chairman of the Haryana Public Service Commission?
The governor of the state appoints the chairman of the Haryana Public Service Commission. He also has the power to remove the Chairman and its members.