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Respected sir, What are the maximum chances for appearing in any competitive examination like PMS,Tehsildar,Judiciary etc.Although we have interacted rarely but still I've come across several posts of yours and found them quite interesting and informative.Keeping in view your vast experience with competitive exams, please if you shed some light in this direction.Thank you.
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Respected sir, What are the maximum chances for appearing in any competitive examination like PMS,Tehsildar,Judiciary etc.Although we have interacted rarely but still I've come across several posts of yours and found them quite interesting and informative.Keeping in view your vast experience with competitive exams, please if you shed some light in this direction.Thank you.
Thank you Abid!
Coming to your query, previously, Tehsildar exam was considered as equivalent to the PCS (EG & SG) but nowadays though competitive but is taken as General Recruitment as per the age requirement (since it's offering General Age Relaxation).
PMS:
You can take 3 PMS exams in your entire career.
CSS:
Abid, you can take 3 CSS exams in you entire career.
Tehsildar:
You can take 3 Tehsildar exam in your career as per my analysis.
Best of luck!
P.S: If I could find time, I will post the relevant rules here on this forum so that you could get a crystal clear.......
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Thank you Abid!
Coming to your query, previously, Tehsildar exam was considered as equivalent to the PCS (EG & SG) but nowadays though competitive but is taken as General Recruitment as per the age requirement (since it's offering General Age Relaxation).
PMS:
You can take 3 PMS exams in your entire career.
CSS:
Abid, you can take 3 CSS exams in you entire career.
Tehsildar:
You can take 3 Tehsildar exam in your career as per my analysis.
Best of luck!
P.S: If I could find time, I will post the relevant rules here on this forum so that you could get a crystal clear.......
Sir, first of all I want to thank you for your kind response and precious time. I really appreciate it.As you know we are quite dumb when it comes to rules and regulation.Resultantly we end in the form of disqualification.Now, I want to quote exact words used by KPPSC.
25.( All candidates appearing in any competitive examition will be allowed three chances for each individual examination while four chances will be allowed in combination of different competitive examination.)
So,it means that a candidate who have availed two PMS chances, one Judiciary and one tehsildars can't avail further chances like PMS ,SO,DSP,tehsildar or judiciary.As you have mentioned about general age relaxation which is quite important. But there is no mention of such thing by KPPSC or either I am not comprehending it exactly.
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Yes. But General Age Relaxation is not allowed in the competitive exams leading us to the conclusion that PMS & JUDICIARY are the 1st class competitions while Tehsildar is a way 2nd class owing to fact that there's general age relaxation and 16 scale involved. You should also confirm that from the KPPSC legal wing.... kind regards��
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[QUOTE=ADIL KHESHGI;1097000]Yes. But General Age Relaxation is not allowed in the competitive exams leading us to the conclusion that PMS & JUDICIARY are the 1st class competitions while Tehsildar is a way 2nd class owing to fact that there's general age relaxation and 16 scale involved. You should also confirm that from the KPPSC legal wing.... kind regards��[/

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