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The history of the Public Service Commission started with the 'Government of Nepal Statutory Law' issued in 2004 BS. Article 65 of the law provided for an application council with the aim of ensuring the recruitment of qualified persons for government service. However, due to the non-implementation of the statutory law, the council could not be formed and function. After the establishment of democracy, Article 64 of the Interim Government of Nepal, issued in 2007 BS, provided for a Public Service Commission. As per the above-mentioned provision, the Nepal Public Service Commission was duly established on the 1st of Ashad, 2008 BS. This day has been celebrated as the foundation day with various programs every year.

Article 59 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal, 2015 provides for a Public Service Commission and Article 60 specifies the duty of "checking for recruitment" in all government services or posts. Article 78 of the Constitution of Nepal, 2019 BS, provided for the consultation of the Public Service Commission on laws related to the conditions of civil service, general principles to be followed in appointment, promotion and departmental action, change of service, and departmental punishment. Article 102 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal, 2047 BS stipulates that it is the duty of the Public Service Commission to conduct examinations to select suitable candidates for appointment to the civil service. Article 126 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063 BS, gave the Public Service Commission the same powers as before.

In the constitution of Nepal drafted by the Constituent Assembly in 2072 BS, there is a provision for a Public Service Commission at the center and a Provincial Public Service Commission in each province in accordance with the federal structure of Nepal. In the previous constitution, it was not allowed to make permanent appointments to the civil service posts receiving a pension from the Government of Nepal without the consultation of the Public Service Commission.

The Public Service Commission has been assigned the responsibility of conducting examinations to select suitable candidates for the posts of civil servants as well as conducting written examinations for the posts of Nepal Army, Nepal Police, Armed Police Force Nepal and other federal government service posts and organizations. Is In the previous constitution, all the rights related to the consultation of the civil service have been given continuity in this constitution. In addition to this, the work of advising on the general principles to be followed in the promotion of the service bodies of the security agencies and the law on the conditions of service of the service personnel of an organized organization and the general principles to be followed in the promotion or departmental action.

Transfer or promotion from one type of federal civil service to another type of federal civil service or from other government services to the federal civil service or from a civil service post to a federal civil service post The role of the commission has been expanded with the new provision that the commission should give advice on the suitability of the candidate while changing or transferring the service in the civil service.

Article 242 (1) of the Constitution of Nepal provides for a chairperson and four other members. The President shall, on the recommendation of the Constitutional Council, appoint the Chairperson and members of the Public Service Commission; Sociology or other fields of national life, research, research, teaching or any other important work to be appointed from among the people who have achieved fame.

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