21st National Conference of State Public Services Commissions commenced today

Bhubaneswar :    21st National Conference of  Chairpersons of State  Public Services Commission which is being organised by Odisha State Public Service Commission  commenced today at Hotel Swosti Premium, Bhubaneswar. Hon’ble Governor of Odisha  Prof. Ganeshi Lal attended the conference as the Chief Guest of the occasion and interacted with the delegates on duties and responsibilities of PSCs in the field of conducting examinations and challenges in meeting constitutional need.

Presiding over the conference, Shri Arvind Saxena, Chairman Union Public Service  Commission stated that PSCs have always a leading role to play with respect to holding of recruitments without discrimination of caste, gender, religion, fear, favour etc. He stressed upon  that all the Chairpersons of PSCs participated  from  28 States of our country will take advantage from it sharing their opinion and views from their vast experience they gained. Prof. Ghanta Chakrapani, Chairman,Telengana State Public Service Commission and   Chairman of Standing Committee of this National level Conference briefed about how the  technology has made transparency to deal with the service and administative matter of PSCs. Brig. L.C Patnaik(Retd.), Chairman of OPSC in his welcome address spoke how the conduct of this national conference of repute will benefit each other in understanding the good practices being followed in other states so as to assist each other in ensuring necessary reforms in the field of recruitments and other responsibilites of respective State PSCs. Member of OPSC Sri Jagannath Mohanty offered vote of thanks on the eve of this inaugural session. Detail agenda wise discussions were held in Business session-I and Business session-II with respect to responsiblities of PSCs in areas of promotion, disciplinary proceedings and framing recruitment rules etc.These 2 days conference will sum up on 5th February with business session III and valedictory function.

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