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  2. Government of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    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. Like other states of India, the head of state ...

  3. Jharkhand Public Service Commission - Wikipedia

    Jharkhand Public Service Commission. Jharkhand Public Service Commission, [1] 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.

  4. Salaries of government officials in India - Wikipedia

    Members of State Public Service Commissions; Registrar Generals/Registrars of High Courts; 26 Joint Secretaries to the Union Government; Major General and equivalent ranks in the Indian Armed Forces; Additional Registrars of the Supreme Court ₹ 144,200 (US$1,800) (Minimum Pay) to ₹ 218,200 (US$2,700) (Maximum Pay)

  5. Jharkhand Legislative Assembly - Wikipedia

    Last election. 30 November - 20 December 2019. Next election. November - December 2024. Meeting place. Jharkhand Vidhansabha, Kute village, Ranchi. Website. jharkhandvidhansabha .nic .in. The Jharkhand Legislative Assembly commonly known as the Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral state legislature of Jharkhand .

  6. Hemant Soren - Wikipedia

    Hemant Soren (born 10 August 1975) is an Indian politician from Jharkhand, who is 5th and current Chief Minister of Jharkhand since 2019 and from 2013 to 2014. [2] [3] He is also the working president of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, a political party in Jharkhand. [4] He represents Barhait constituency in the Jharkhand Legislative Assembly since ...

  7. Jharkhand Human Rights Commission - Wikipedia

    Jharkhand Human Rights Commission office is situated in TOWN ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING, NEAR GOLCHAKAR, DHURWA RANCHI-834004. Composition. Jharkhand Human Rights Commission as per Human Rights (Amendment) Act, 2006 should consist of at least three members including a chairperson, who should be a retired Chief Justice of any Indian High Court.

  8. List of chief ministers of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    His successor Arjun Munda, also from the BJP, is the longest-serving chief minister; he served for over five years, across three terms but never completed a full term. Two chief ministers, Shibu Soren and his son Hemant Soren, represented the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM). Shibu Soren's first term ended in just ten days, as he could not prove ...

  9. Second Hemant Soren ministry - Wikipedia

    Second Hemant Soren ministry. This is a list of ministers from Second Hemant Soren cabinet starting from December 2019. [1] Hemant Soren [2] is the leader of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, who was sworn in the Chief Minister of Jharkhand on 29 December 2019. In the current government, 6 ministers including the Chief Minister belongs to the Jharkhand ...