Lt. Governor Approves Age Relaxation for J&K Combo Contest Contestants

Lt. Governor Approves Easing of Age for J&K Combo Contest Contestants

SRINAGAR, MAY 10: Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday approved the relaxation of the upper age limit for the Jammu and Kashmir Combined Competitive Examination (JKCCE).

The decision was made taking into account the requests of the aspirants and several delegations during a series of meetings with the lieutenant-governor.

Following meetings and representations from midshipmen and delegations, the Lieutenant Governor today approved the relaxation of the upper age limit for JKCCE applicants in all three categories. From now on, the upper age limit for open merit candidates will be 35 years old instead of 32 years old, for reserved and in-service category candidates 37 years old instead of 34 years old and 38 years old for reduced mobility.

The government understands the aspirations of young people and a decision has been made to ensure that JKCCE exams are held regularly, unlike in the past when these exams were held irregularly after a hiatus of several years, the lieutenant governor said in a tweet. .

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