State Civil Service Under MPPSC
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State Civil Service Under MPPSC

What are state civil services and their Powers under MPPSC?

1. State Civil Service (Deputy Collector) II
2. State Police Service (Dy. Superintendent of Police) II
3. State Accounts Service II
4. Sales Tax Officer II
5. District Excise Officer II
6. Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies II
7. District Organiser, Tribat Welfare II
8. Labour Officer II
9. District Registrar II
10. Employment Officer II
11. Area Organiser II
12. Block Development Officer II
13. Assistant Director Food/Food Officer II
14. Project Officer, Social/ Rural Intensive Literacy Project II
15. Subordinate Civil Service (Naib Tahsildar) III
16. Assistant Superintendent Land Records III
17. Sales Tax Inspector III
18. Excise Sub-Inspector III
19. Transport Sub-Inspector III
20. Co-operative Inspector III
21. Assistant Labour Officer III
22. Assistant Jailor III
23. Sub-Registrar III
24. Assistant Director Public Relation II
25. Principal, Panchayat Secretary of the Training Institute II
26. District Women Child Development Officer II
27. Chief Instructor (Anganwadi/ Gram Sevikas Training Center) II
28. Assistant Director II
29. Superintendent (Intuitions) II
30. Project Officer (Integrated Child DevelopmentProject) II
31. Assistant Project Officer (Special Nutrition Programme) II
32. Area Organizer (M.D.M.) II
33. District' Commandant Home Guard II
34. Assistant Director Local Fund Audit II
35. Additional Assistant Development Commissioner  

Deputy Collectors-

-The post of D.C is a gazetted post and they get their powers from various acts such as Land Revenue code, Criminal Procedure Code and other acts made by Parliament and state legislatures from time to time.

-They have versatile nature of duties like Disaster management e.g., flood, earthquake etc., Census management ,Revenue administration ..Administration ..

State Police Service (Dy. Superintendent of Police)

-The D.C are gazetted officers and they get their powers from police act.

-Following are their powers .

  • Preventing crimes
  • Detection of crimes
  • Registration for first information report
  • Providing security for the transportation of cash
  • Taking action against the prosecution and recovery of the stolen things
  • Providing permission for loud-speakers, rallies, political/religious functions
  • Prevention of Crime.
  • Investigation of Crime.
  • Maintenance of law & Order.
  • Enforcement of Special and Local Laws.

State Accounts Service-

The SAS are gazette officers of the services of the Department of Finance, Government of Madhya Pradesh .

Following are the Powers/responsibilities of Accounts officer.

-To monitors all receipts and expenditures of the State.

-The department also looks after the allocation and monitoring of budget;

-Accessing availability of funds for various schemes and monitoring the status of government investment in equities, loans, debentures, etc.

-Ensuring proper financial management and monitoring of audit also falls under the jurisdiction of the Finance Department..

Sales Tax Officer-

- The Sales Tax officers are gazetted officers of the department of commercial tax in the state.

- To monitors all the matters related with Commercial tax .

The District Excise Officer-

- The DEO are gazetted officers of the state Excise department.

-The District Excise Officer-collects revenue and service tax from the manufacturing and sale of liquor and other similar substances.

-He also checks illicit or improper practices on the part of licensed vendors and controls smuggling.

-The work profile of District Excise Officer depends upon where he posted.

Assistant Registrar Cooperative Societies-

- The ARCS is a gazetted post . Following are the Powers/responsibilities

-The ARCS works for for maintaining transparency, efficiency, speediness of action, and equitable settlement of disputes.

-Amalgamate, divide or re-organize co-operative societies

-Issue directives to reform, change, amend society bye-laws

-Cancel or suspend the registration of a society.

District Organiser, Tribal Welfare

They execute the schemes proposed by the Tribal Welfare department of Madhya Pradesh.

They are all Class II Officers of the status of Social Welfare Officers.

Their Powers /duties pertain to the tribal welfare schemes in their respective zones.

- integrated socio-economic development of the Scheduled Tribes (STs),

Labour Officer

- The Labour officer is a gazetted post . Following are the Powers/responsibilities

-The authority of a labour officer is to enforce 33 labour laws(24 are Central legislations and 09 State legislations) to ensure, mainly, provisions relating to social justice and economic inter-dependency, improvement in working conditions, social security,

-The protection against harassment and exploitation of working children, women and men employed in organized sector.

- Labour department ensures quick disposal of industrial disputes through its conciliation machinery with a view to establish harmonious industrial relations amongst the employers and employees, so that along with growth in industrial production, the interests of workmen are also protected.

The department periodically fixes the minimum wages and ensures their due and timely payment to the workmen.

Employment Officer –

- The E.O. officer is a gazetted post . Following are the Powers/responsibilities

-To assist in Employment in matter of monitoring and implementation of the activities of Vocational Guidance, Employment Market Information, Physically Handicapped, Self Employment, Coaching‐ Cum‐Guidance Centre for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

The Block Development Officer

- The BDO officer is a gazetted post .

Following are the Powers/responsibilities.

-The BDO is the leader of a team of development workers in the block.

-To educate the members of the Panchayat Samiti in taking right decisions in respect of the programmes to be undertaken in the block and involve them in the implementation of the programmes.

Naib Tahsildar

The Naib Tehsildar, are the Key officer in the revenue administration and exercise powers of the Assistant Collector 2nd grade.

The Naib-Tahsildars are responsible for the collection of land revenue and other dues payable to the Government.

Assistant Superintendent Land Records

-Land records consist of various types of information (property maps, sale deeds) and are maintained across different departments at the district or village level.

-These departments work in silos, and the data across departments is not updated properly. Hence, discrepancies are often noted in land records.