Telangana History PDF Summary
Dear readers, today we are going to share Telangana History PDF for all of you. As you all would know that today there are 29 states and 7 union territories in India. By the way, after independence, the State Reorganization Commissions were formed to determine the boundaries of the states in the year 1953.
Due to this Uttarakhand, which was earlier a part of Uttar Pradesh, was separated from UP and became a new state. Haryana was separated from Punjab, apart from this Jharkhand was also once a part of Bihar. However, there was a big reason behind the formation of every new state. In this series, the 29th state of India is Telangana.
Earlier Telangana state was part of Andhra Pradesh. Which was declared as the 29th state of India on June 2, 2014.
However, people had to travel a long way to make Telangana a separate state. This is because most people think that the demand for the creation of Telangana was made after Chandrashekhar Rao’s hunger strike in 2009. But it is not that the demand for Telangana was going on before independence.
Telangana History PDF
Telangana State Public Service Commission is the youngest Public Service Commission in the country constituted vide GO Ms No.43, GA(Ser.A) Department, dt. 8.8.2014. Hyderabad State was one of the prominent princely States in India and inherits over 400 years of rich tradition and culture with unparalleled grace and historical significance.
The system of selecting young talent for public services through a process of selection was in vogue in the Hyderabad State since the period of Mir Mahaboob Ali Pasha, VI Nizam (1869-1911).
Hyderabad Civil Service Committee was established by the 1919 Firman and the Hyderabad Public Service Commission was established by a Firman on 27 April 1947 emulating the model of the British Provincial Public Service Commission with a Chairman and Members not exceeding four in number.
The establishment of the Commission was a significant landmark during the Asaf Jahi rule and brought the entire administrative machinery of civil services of the Nizam’s State in tune with the modern times and Hyderabad Civil Service was considered a coveted and elite service in those days.
The Telangana State Public Service Commission, endowed with such a rich legacy of over 150 years of recruiting young talent through selection, shall endeavour to make use of this heritage for selecting the best talents in Telangana for reconstruction and resurrecting the glorious past of Telangana.
Formation of Telangana State & constitution of TSPSC
Under the A.P. re-organisation Act 2014, the Telangana State came into existence with effect from the appointed day i.e., 02.06.2014.
Constitution of Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC)
Section 83(2) of the Andhra Pradesh Re-Organisation Act, 2014 (Central Act.6/2014) provides for the constitution of a Public Service Commission in the Successor State of Telangana read as follows.
83(2) There shall be constituted a Public Service Commission in accordance with article 315 of the Constitution by the successor State of Telangana, and until such Commission is constituted, the Union Public Service Commission may, with the approval of the President, agree to serve the needs of the State of Telangana in terms of clause(4) of that article.
In exercise of the powers conferred under Article 315(1) of the Constitution of India, His Excellency the Governor of Telangana constituted the Public Service Commission for the State of Telangana with immediate effect for making selections to the posts under various categories meant for direct recruitment under its purview in the State of Telangana and for carrying out functions under article 320 of Constitution of India orders issued vide GO Ms No.43, GA(Ser.A) Department, dt. 8.8.2014.
Accordingly, the Government of Telangana has formulated and issued Telangana State Public Service Commission Regulations 2014 vide GO Ms.No.44, Genl. Admn. (Ser.A) Dept., dated 08/08/2014.
In exercise of the powers conferred under Article 316(1) & (2) of the Constitution of India, His Excellence Governor of Telangana is pleased to appoint Prof.
Ghanta Chakrapani, a well known academician, journalist and popular political analyst in Telugu media, as the First Chairman of the newly constituted Telangana State Public Service Commission orders, issued vide GO Ms No.169 GA (Ser.A) Department, Dt.17.12.2014.
History of Hyderabad Public Service Commission
- The early Asaf Jahi rulers of the Hyderabad State followed the Mughal administrative traditions, and practices and appointed public servants on the basis of nomination and representation. Until the time of Mir Mahaboob Ali Pasha, the Sixth Nizam, (1869-1911) no public officer of any category was appointed on the basis of selection and no foundation was laid for the creation of modern bureaucracy based on worth, merit and selection.
- After the assumption of full powers by Nizam VI in 1884, a new era in the management of services had begun. Sir Salar Jung, I, the Diwan (Prime Minister) was the creator of the modern Hyderabad Civil Service. In 1882, Salar Jung issued the extraordinary Jareeda and emphasized the need of educating and training the young Hyderabadis for recruitment in the Nizam’s Services.
- He propounded the idea of building an efficient administrative system on the model of British India and introduced several administrative reforms. He dismantled the old/archaic administrative structure and streamlined the public institutions by creating a distinct civil service class.
- The establishment of the Zilabandi system, the creation of the Subedari and Taluqdari system, and the Revenue, Police and Judicial reforms by Salar Jung facilitated the formation of the Hyderabad Civil Service. Subsequently, the proclamation of Qanuncha Mubarik of 1892, the Cabinet Council, and the Executive Council (1919) framed rules and regulations governing the services as well as regulated and institutionalized the Hyderabad Civil Services.
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