Public Service Commissions have a long history of providing excellent service. However, the origins of this institution are linked to the history; of Indian nationalism. Furthermore, it was included in the Government of India Act 1919. On October 1, 1926, Sir Ross Barker was appointed Chairman of the Public Service Commission of India. All of the state public service commissions were established after independence. However, the state of Haryana was established by the Punjab Reorganization Act of 1966 (No. 31 of 1966). Again, on November 1, 1966, the HPSC, or Haryana Public Service Commission, was established.

Sh. Alok Verma is the current Chairman of the HPSC. The primary responsibility of the HPSC is to select qualified individuals to lead administrations for different divisions. HPSC hires officers for administrative and other positions. In addition, HPSC handles task transfer and distribution. Furthermore, HPSC works to ensure that state enterprises continue to operate legally. Furthermore, HPSC is in charge of the exchange and distribution of responsibilities.

Furthermore, every year, the Haryana Public Service Commission conducts the Haryana Civil Services (Exe.) branch exam. However, the exam aids in selecting candidates for state civil service and related services. Furthermore, the Haryana Public Service Commission administers the Haryana Civil Service (HCS) examination. The Haryana Public Service Commission’s HPSC HCS exam is the most sought-after test in the state (Haryana PSC). It is also a combined test to choose candidates for different state government jobs.