CM Sindh approves increase in age limit for all CCE candidates | Pakistan
KARACHI: Chief Minister Sind Said Murad Ali Shah approved the extension of the age limit in general for all candidates so that they have the right to speak in the joint competitive examination 2018. The age limit increased from 30 to 32 years.
The age limit for nominated candidates for participation in elections was allowed from 31 to 33 years, and civil servants wishing to participate in the joint competitive examination of SPSC were allowed to extend from 35 to 37 years.
Chief Minister Sind received several applications for softening the age restrictions of candidates for the combined SPSC 2018 competition.
"I would not approve only a few selected candidates," he said, rejecting applications. CM Sindh then decided to soften the age limit for everyone, "so that every candidate can take advantage of it."
It can be noted that the Chief Minister has already approved the general relaxation of the upper age limit for 15 years to fill positions in public institutions for the period from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2018.
It is pertinent to mention that flexibility does not include the police service and positions that must be filled through the SPSC combined competitive examination.
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