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A.A sir
My date of birth is 01-12-1988
My age will definitely exceed for 2017 but i have been in government service since 06-06-2013 on adhoc basis (period of 6 months then renewal and so on) till 01-01-2015 and then i got government contract job of 3 years,,, will i be eligible to claim age relaxtion for ce2017
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A.A sir
My date of birth is 01-12-1988
My age will definitely exceed for 2017 but i have been in government service since 06-06-2013 on adhoc basis (period of 6 months then renewal and so on) till 01-01-2015 and then i got government contract job of 3 years,,, will i be eligible to claim age relaxtion for ce2017
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Was this transition (from Ad-hoc to contract nature) continuous or gaped ? If it was continuous then yes you claim age relaxation.

By CE-17's cut-off (31st Dec 2016) you'll be 28 years 0 months 30 days old, and with age relaxation claimed CE-18 will be your last chance.


So you have CE-16, CE-17 and CE-18 at your disposal. If you have not applied for CE-16 then you have only two chances left(CE-17 & CE-18).



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Yes this transition was continous.
But adhoc was local adhoc on government seat ???
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Yes this transition was continous.
But adhoc was local adhoc on government seat ???
All that matters for claiming age relaxation is that the job experience is of 2 years continuous government service, be it temporary/contract or permanent.



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All that matters for claiming age relaxation is that the job experience is of 2 years continuous government service, be it temporary/contract or permanent.



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Government project post also included? (All other factors intact).
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Government project post also included? (All other factors intact).
Not government projects but Government jobs and that too of non-autonomous government bodies/institutions.


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The relaxation in upper limits prescribed in
paragraph 3 (ii) above shall be permitted up to the
maximum period of an individual concession and
not by the total period of the concessions taken
together, if admissible in any case.


govt employee has to sit only one time even though he is given two years general relaxation.

if a person has consumed his first chance on this relaxation , can he apply second time if he is within 30 years age frame?

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This thread has been started to answer any age related questions that members might have. Its purpose is to avoid the initiation of countless threads for the same purpose. Hence, members are expected to ask such questions here in this thread, instead of creating a separate one. Individual threads will be deleted from now on.


Thank you.
Dear senior member.
Please help me
my DOB in Matric certificate is 30/sep/1991 and NIC and birth certificate is 30/sep/1989
Can i apply for any jobs under FPSC or PPSC ?
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Dear senior member.
Please help me
my DOB in Matric certificate is 30/sep/1991 and NIC and birth certificate is 30/sep/1989
Can i apply for any jobs under FPSC or PPSC ?
How did that happen ? DoB in CNIC is based on your DoB in Matriculation Certificate so how did it change ?


Get your DoB fixed before applying for any jobs. It will create problems for you later. It should be same in your CNIC and Matriculation Certificate


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Thanks for your reply Sir.
Actually this was happened to me i have done my matric from karachi board and they said its impossible to change.
I can not make my ID card as per Matric because my date of birth will be unnatural because my younger brother age is 22 feb 1992. And i am also working in KSA so i think no solution.

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