The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Friday granted one-time relaxation in the upper age limit for the aspirants of the Jammu and Kashmir Combined Competitive Examination (JKCCE), saying that the decision has been taken in view of demands of several delegations and aspirants.
In a tweet from the official account of the Office of LG J-K, it has been announced that for the open merit candidates, the age limit has been increased to 37 years while for the reserve and in-service candidates the age limit has been increased to 39 years.
It also added that for the physically challenged candidates, the age limit has been increased to 40 years.
“In view of demand of several delegations/aspirants, the J&K government for the last time granted one-time relaxation in upper age limit for JKCCE. 37 years for open merit candidate, 39 years for reserve & in-service candidates and 40 years for physically challenged @manojsinha,” stated the office of LG J-K. (KNO)