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Wednesday, 13 October 2021

Big decision in Bhupendra Patel's meeting, raising the age limit for government recruitment

Big decision in Bhupendra Patel's meeting, raising the age limit for government recruitment
 Important decisions have been taken in the cabinet meeting regarding the age limit in government recruitment. At the same time, the government has drawn up a 100-day action plan and ordered it to be grounded.
The 100-day government has drawn up an action plan and ordered it to be grounded.
 There is a lot of news about state government recruitment.  The state government has given a one-year relaxation of the age limit in recruitment.  Announcing this on behalf of the government, Cabinet Minister Jitu Waghan said that many youths are facing difficulties for recruitment in Corona's position.  With this in mind, the government has decided to implement the decision to relax the age limit from 1/9/2021. The time limit for TET exams has also been extended. This time limit will remain in TET till the new education policy is implemented.  As many as 3300 recruitments will also be made due to this decision.  An announcement has been made by Education Minister Jitu Waghan which will directly benefit the candidates.


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 Increase in age limit in government jobs

 36 years in non-reserve (maximum)
 ST-SC (limit beyond graduation) 41 years
 ST-SC (limit of study till graduation) 39 years
 OBC (limit beyond graduation) 41 years
 OBC (Graduation Study Limit) 39 years
 Maximum limit 45 years
 The 100-day action plan was presented at the cabinet meeting

 The state government is already in action mode for the 2022 elections.  In which all the departments have been instructed to work on important projects.  The project has been instructed to be completed before the elections.  All departments of the Gujarat government presented a 100-day action plan to Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel in a cabinet meeting today.  Also, before the election, all the works of public interest have been ordered to be solved on priority basis.

 Development works including revenue, health, finance department, sports, home department, education department, forest department, scheduled tribe department, tourism, government recruitment in various departments  will be done.

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