Fill up vacant posts of 3 members in Bihar Public Service Commission in next 5 days, Nitish Kumar tells officers | Patna News

Patna : CM Nitish Kumar on Saturday asked its officers to take necessary steps to fill up the vacant posts of the three members. Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) in the next 5 days.
Addressing the 75th Foundation Day Celebrations of BPSC convention hall In Patna, the CM also asked Chief Secretary Aamir Subhani to inquire with the chairpersons of other commissions as to how many posts of members are vacant.
He also expressed unhappiness over the slow pace of work Bihar State University Service Commission Which has been entrusted with the task of recruiting more than 4,600 assistant professors in various universities.
The CM asked the chairpersons of all state level commissions, who have been entrusted with the task of recruiting officers and employees in various departments, to expedite their work in view of the state government’s resolve to provide 10 lakh jobs and another 10 lakh employment opportunities. Said for Employment to the youth in the coming months.
He asked the Chief Secretary and Principal Secretary to the CM Deepak Kumar To ensure that there should be no shortage of officers and staff in BPSC. Nitish said, ‘Whatever problems the BPSC has, they should be resolved immediately so that the commission can speed up the ongoing process of recruitment of officers.’
Beginning his speech, the CM said, ‘Earlier there was a chairperson and 10 members in the BPSC. But after the bifurcation of Jharkhand in 2000, the number of members was reduced to six. I am surprised to learn that at present three posts of Members are vacant.
Turning to the Chief Secretary present on the stage, Nitish said that new members should be nominated for all the three vacant posts. CM said, ‘The work of nominating new members should be completed in the next 5 days.’
“BPSC has made a total of 24,301 appointments in the last 18 years and work is underway for fresh appointments of 45,892 persons. The commission also has to expedite the appointments of 40,506 headmasters for government-run schools,” said Nitish.
The BPSC came into existence on April 1, 1949 after it was bifurcated from the Public Service Commission for the states of Orissa and Madhya Pradesh as per the Government of India Act- 1935. The constitutional status of the commission was declared with the promulgation of the constitution. of India on January 26, 1950. BPSC is a constitutional body as per Article 315 of the Constitution of India.
“BPSC initially started its functioning with its headquarter at Ranchi. The state government decided to shift the headquarters of the commission from Ranchi to Patna and finally it was shifted to Patna on March 1, 1951,” said Atul Prasad, chairman of the commission, in his speech.
State Finance Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary, Commission member Imtiyaz Ahmed Karimi and Chief Secretary Aamir Subhani also addressed the function.

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