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it is mentioned on FPSC site that in service candidate having two years of experience are for age relaxation, can you please elaborate??
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it is mentioned on FPSC site that in service candidate having two years of experience are for age relaxation, can you please elaborate??
I mailed FPSC with your query and got this response...

On 2015-06-30 11:20, Mansoor Ahsan wrote:
> AoA Dear Sir/Ma'am,
>
> The article in rules regarding age relaxation section (f) says that,
>
> (f) IN SERVICE GOVERNMENT SERVANTS, Armed Forces Personnel, Contract
> Employees, including the Government servants of AJ&K, who possess a
> minimum of two years continuous Government service as on 31st
> December, 2014, subject to submission of Departmental Permission
> Certificate (Annex-E) from the competent authority. Employees of
> Nationalised Banks, State Bank of Pakistan, WAPDA, Regulatory
> Authorities, Autonomous bodies and other semi autonomous bodies are
> not entitled to age relaxation.
>
> My question is that, is it necessary TO BE IN SERVICE to claim age
> relaxation ? If one has service of 2 years in a government
> organization but is no more in that job, can he claim age relaxation
> ?
>
> Please do respond as soon as possible. Awaiting your much appreciated
> response.
>
> JazakAllah


"Continuous Government service is required , However a person who served
in Government on different posts without breaking of service without
resigning , it will be considered continuous service."


So in your case I guess you have resigned. If it so then claiming age relaxation won't be possible.

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Hi all, my d.o.b is 2-3-1988. And my question is that i am elligible for CE-2016 or not
Please Please its urgent
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Hi all, my d.o.b is 2-3-1988. And my question is that i am elligible for CE-2016 or not
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Yes you are eligible just for one attempt.
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I have served as contract lecturer in government university for 2 years, in 2012 2013, can I claim age relaxation?

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I have served as contract lecturer in government university for 2 years, in 2012 2013, can I claim age relaxation?

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No only permenant government servant can cliam age relaxiation

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Please read this excerpt form CE-15 Rules..

(f) In Service Government Servants, Armed Forces Personnel, Contract Employees, including the Government servants of AJ&K, who possess a minimum of two years continuous Government service as on 31st December, 2014, subject to submission of Departmental Permission Certificate (Annex-E) from the competent authority. Employees of Nationalised Banks, State Bank of Pakistan, WAPDA, Regulatory Authorities, Autonomous bodies and other semi autonomous bodies are not entitled to age relaxation.

Please investigate before answering queries. Contract based employees can also claim age relaxation provided that it is continuous service. By the term continuous it is meant that the candidate has not terminated his service by resigning from job.

However, for clearer understanding read this email reply from FPSC regarding age relaxation.

On 2015-06-30 11:20, Mansoor Ahsan wrote:
AoA Dear Sir/Ma'am,

The article in rules regarding age relaxation section (f) says that,

(f) IN SERVICE GOVERNMENT SERVANTS, Armed Forces Personnel, Contract
Employees, including the Government servants of AJ&K, who possess a
minimum of two years continuous Government service as on 31st
December, 2014, subject to submission of Departmental Permission
Certificate (Annex-E) from the competent authority. Employees of
Nationalised Banks, State Bank of Pakistan, WAPDA, Regulatory
Authorities, Autonomous bodies and other semi autonomous bodies are
not entitled to age relaxation.

My question is that, is it necessary TO BE IN SERVICE to claim age
relaxation ? If one has service of 2 years in a government
organization but is no more in that job, can he claim age relaxation ?

Please do respond as soon as possible. Awaiting your much appreciated response.

JazakAllah



Continuous Government service is required , However a person who served in Government on different posts without breaking of service without resigning , it will be considered continuous service


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Hello everyone, my DoB is 18/11/94 with which my age will be be 2 months short of 21 years while applying but at the time of examination it will be above 21 years, will my application be accepted?
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Hello everyone, my DoB is 18/11/94 with which my age will be be 2 months short of 21 years while applying but at the time of examination it will be above 21 years, will my application be accepted?
By CE-16's cut-off (31st Dec 2015) you'll be 21 years 1 months 13 days old and eligible for CSS as age limit is 21 to 28 years.

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Please make it clear here...
Is for Malakand Division age limit 30 years ???
I am from district Malakand...My d.o.b is 10-03-1990
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Please make it clear here...
Is for Malakand Division age limit 30 years ???
I am from district Malakand...My d.o.b is 10-03-1990
As far as I can infer from internet details, there is no more any Malakand Agency/Division anymore. There is now only Malakand District in KPK Province with right to vote and represented in Provincial Parliament through following seats,

PK-98 (Malakand-1) Sama Ranizai
PK-99 (Malakand-2) Swat Ranizai

So according to this information Malakand is no more in FATA nor PATA. So age limit for Malakand district would be 28 years according to the rules.

(b)The candidates belonging to the recognized Tribes who are permanent residents of the areas mentioned-below and whose families have been living in these areas. Such candidates must attach a certificate (Annex-B of Application Form) to be issued by Political Agent/ DCO/District Magistrate in support of their claim:

1. Baluchistan
2. Tribal Areas of D.I.Khan and Peshawar Divisions (including former Frontier States of Dir, Swat, Chitral and Amb).
3. Former excluded (Baluch) area forming part of the Dera Ghazi Khan and Rajanpur Districts.
4. Former Tribal Areas of Mardan and Hazara Divisions.
5. Upper Tanawal Area of Hazara Division


Rest any other senior member belonging to the area in question can validate my findings.

Or you can call FPSC anytime and get an authentic information from them. My suggestion mail them instead of calling as the e-mail will be properly processed and replied to.


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