Public Services Commission of Malaysia (PSC) was founded on the 31st of August 1957 which happens to be the same day as the historic Independence Day of Malay Peninsular during the reign of the British, the administration of the Federated Malay States was handled by the British. The declaration of Independence on the 31st of August 1957 itself has initiated a new supreme and independent order and leadership in the Federation of Malay Peninsular. Officially, the Public Services Commission was formed according to Article 144(1) of the Federal Constitution.
Article 144(1) of the Federal Constitution:- "Subject to the provisions of any existing law and to the provisions of this Constitution, it shall be the duty of a Commission to which this Part applies to appoint, confirm, emplace on the permanent or pensionable establishment, promote, transfer and exercise disciplinary control over members of the service to which its jurisdiction extends."
The Public Services Commission of Malaysia’s function under Article 144(1) of the Federal Constitution stipulated 6 main functions of the Commission, which are;
2.CONFIRMATION OF SERVICE
3.CONFERMENT INTO PENSION STATUS
6.EXERCISE DISCIPLINARY CONTROL
Article 144(1) of the Federal Constitution:- "Depending on the provision of any laws at hand and towards the provision of this Constitution, therefore it has become the duty of a Commission which is referred by this Section to appoint, confirm, confer into permanent or pension status, promote, transfer and to exercise disciplinary control over personnel for services covered by its jurisdiction."