The Kerala Public Service Commission (KPSC) is a body made by the Constitution of India to choose candidates for common administration occupations in the Indian province of Kerala as indicated by the benefits of the candidates and the principles of reservation.
The Head Office of the KPSC is situated at Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram, the State Capital. It has three Regional Offices and fourteen District Offices.
The Kerala Public Service Commission is a body made by the Constitution of India. The Commission prompt the Government on all issues identifying with common administrations alluded to it under Article 320 of the Constitution and distribute warnings welcoming applications for choice to different posts according to the orders of the designating experts, lead composed test and additionally pragmatic tests, physical proficiency test and meeting, plan positioned list in light of the execution of the applicants and exhort contender for arrangement entirely in light of their legitimacy and watching the standards of reservation as and when opening are accounted for.