In the former state of Travancore, there was a public service officer whose job was to select candidates for direct employment in various categories of posts under the government. G. D. Nokes was appointed on June 14, 1936, the first public service commissioner. The Office of Public Services Commissioner Travancore was in operation until the integration of the States of Travancore and Cochin.
In Cochin in 1936 a staff selection committee was formed, which was to select applicants for the first employment of posts. In 1947, a three-member Cochin Kpsc Thulasi Public Services Commission was formed under a law of state law.
The state of Travancore-Cochin was formed on July 1,
With the integration of the
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The duties of the Civil Service Commission of Travancore-Cochin were generally the same as those established in the 1935 Act of Government of India. kpscthulasi Later, when the Indian Constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, The Civil Service Commission of Travancore-Cochin continued to work under the constitutional provisions.