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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

The age limit for competitive examination for government recruitment has been increased by one year, 36 for non-reserved and 41 for reserved.

 The age limit for competitive examination for government recruitment has been increased by one year, 36 for non-reserved and 41 for reserved.



    The time limit for TET exams has also been extended


Education, government recruitment process was stuck in Corona period. The government has increased the age limit for recruitment by one year so that the candidates are not treated unfairly in the new recruitment. This means that the age limit for non-reserved candidates will now be 36 while the age limit for reserved candidates will be 41 years. This decision will be made during the recruitment process till 31-8-22. With this, the time limit for TET examination has also been extended.


Provision that age limit should not exceed 45 years

The Education Minister said that SC / ST / OBC And in case of male candidates in the category of (Economically Weaker Classes) the existing age limit for graduation or equivalent qualification has been increased from 40 years to 41 years. While the age limit for graduates below this category is 38 years, it has been increased by one year to 39 years. Women in the reserved category as women get a five-year exemption. After that their age limit is 45 years. He added that the additional one year benefit in the women's reserve category is limited as there is a provision under the recruitment rules that the age limit should not exceed 45 years after granting the exemption.


One year increase in the age limit of reserved women candidates

In the case of non-reserved women candidates, the current age limit of 38 years has been increased by one year for posts with qualifications below graduation, Waghan said. Not only this, in case of non-reserved women candidates for graduate posts, the existing age limit of 40 years has been increased to 41 years. AC / SC / OBC And in the case of women candidates in the category of (Economically Weaker Classes), the current age limit of 43 years has been increased to 44 years for the following qualifying posts from graduation.

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He also gave details of the age limit of 45 years in case of graduation or equivalent qualification in such category. SC / ST / SEBC / (Economically Weaker Classes) as well as The spokesperson added that the five-year relaxation in the maximum age limit in the women's category has been decided in such a way that it does not exceed 45 years under any circumstances.

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