STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Parallel to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) at the Centre, there is a State Public Service Commission (SPSC) in a state. The sameset of Articles u.e., 315 to 323 in Part XIV) of the Constitution also deal with the composition, appointment and removal of members, power and functions and independence of a SPSC.
Thus, he can remove him under the following circumstances:
A SPSC performs all those functions in respect of the state services as the UPSC does in relation to the Central services:
The SPSC presents, annually, to the governor a report on its performance. The governor places this report before both the Houses of the state legislature.
The SPSC is not consulted on the following matters:
The governor can exclude posts, services and matters from the purview of the SPSC. The Constitution states that the governor.
JOINT STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
The Constitution makes a provision for the establishment of a Joint State Public Service Commission (JSPSC) for two or more states. While the UPSC and the SPSC are created directly by the Constitution, a JSPSC can be created by an act of Parliament on the request of the state legislatures concerned. Thus, a JSPSC is a statutory and not a constitutional body.