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Jharkhand Public Service Commission. Jharkhand Public Service Commission,  commonly known as JPSC is a state agency of Jharkhand constituted to recruit the candidates, conduct written competitive examinations and the interviews for state civil services and other examination in its jurisdiction.
The Government of Jharkhand also known as the State Government of Jharkhand, or locally as State Government, is the supreme governing authority of the Indian state of Jharkhand and its 24 districts. It consists of an executive, led by the Governor of Jharkhand, a judiciary and a legislative branch.
Constituents of urban agglomerations in Jharkhand. The constituents of urban agglomerations in Jharkhand, with a population of 1 lakh or above, are noted below: Jamshedpur Urban Agglomeration includes: * Jamshedpur (Industrial Town), Jamshedpur (NAC), Tata Nagar Railway Colony (OG), Mango (NAC), Jugsalai (M), Bagbera (CT), Chhota Gobindpur (CT), Haludbani (CT), Sarjamda (CT), Gadhra (CT ...
The company is incorporated under Companies Act, 1956 to act as an implementing agency. Its area of concern is the handloom, handicraft, and sericulture sectors. The activities are based in the interior areas of the state and the organization works basically on the SHG, NGO and Project modules. Work-sheds are built within the villages with all ...
There are 24 districts of Jharkhand, which are grouped in to 5 divisions. These divisions are: North Chotanagpur division - 7 Districts: Chatra, Hazaribagh, Koderma, Giridih, Ramgarh, Bokaro, Dhanbad - Headquarters: Hazaribagh. Kolhan division - 3 Districts: West Singhbhum, Saraikela Kharsawan, East Singhbhum - Headquarters: Chaibasa.
The region have been inhabited since the Stone Age.  Copper tools from the Chalcolithic period have been discovered.  This area entered the Iron Age during the mid-2nd millennium BCE.   The region was conquered by the Maurya Empire and later (17th century) came under the control of the Mughal emperors Akbar.
The first emblem of Jharkhand was adopted on 15 November 2000 when Jharkhand state was formed from the southern part of Bihar. This emblem consisted of an Ashoka Chakra, as depicted on the national Flag of India, surrounded by four letter Js stylised as daggers. The legend underneath, Jharkhand Sarkar, translates as Government of Jharkhand .