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Monday, November 2, 2009

Clarification on relaxation of age limit for ex-servicemen

Dear Readers,

Thr govt order on relaxation of upper age limit to the ex-servicemen/commissioned officers, ECOs/SSCOS for appointment to Group A and Group B posts filled by direct recruitment is here.


http://persmin.gov.in/WriteData/CircularNotification/ScanDocument/36034_8_88-Estt%28SCT%29.pdf

4 comments:

  1. Respected Sir,

    1. Exservicemen are granted age relaxation i.e their services plus three years for Gp C and Gp D post. The same age relaxation should be given for Gp A and Gp B post.In olden days those who have joined military forces are matric and even lower qualifications. But nowadays the people who join military forces are intermediate to degree qualifications . The higher authority need not to give the quota for Gp A and Gp B post. Atleast let them give age relaxation for Exservicemen like Gp C and Gp D post.one more points.

    2. I would like to present that the policies and concessions formulated and granted to Exservicemen was according to olden days. The policies and Concessions to Ex servicemen to be reviewed according to Present Scenario.
    Thank you sir.

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  2. Pravin RaghuvanshiJanuary 1, 2012 at 9:48 AM

    I don't think our own organisations like DGR or Ex servicemen or Service Headquarters are doing anything. They are all self-serving defunct organisatiions. While in service they never care for the benefit of our own people but later on they also face the brunt of ground reality.

    Also, the link you've given is also defunct. In this Govt nothing works , then how come this link would work????

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  3. You can go through my recent post on the subject at following link:
    http://rkpandey73.blogspot.in/2012/05/reservation-to-ex-servicemen-in-govt.html

    we need to claim the same from various recruiting agencies/prospective employers.

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  4. I retired wef 01 Apr 2011 as H/Capt. Then I was 50 yrs of age. Accordingly I approached DSSA Board, TVPM, for registration of my name for re-employement, but they denied to register my name being over 50 yrs of age. Now I am 52 yrs and wandering here and there for a job which may keep a daily routine and income. It shows/proves I am not eligible for any age relaxation.

    SR Nair, Hony Capt, TVPM

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