Niti recommends reducing upper age limit for civil services exam to 27 yrs

December 27, 2018

The Niti Aayog has suggested that the upper age limit for entry into the civil services be brought down to 27 years from the present 30 years for general category candidates in a phased manner by 2022-23.

In the ‘Strategy for New India @75’ document released on Wednesday, the government think-tank also pitched for an integrated exam for all civil services. It said the existing 60-plus separate civil services at the central and state level need to be reduced through rationalisation and harmonisation of services.

“Recruits should be placed in a central talent pool, which would then allocate candidates by matching their competencies and the job description of the post. Concomitantly, the number of exams for civil services should ideally be brought down to one with all-India ranking. States may also be encouraged to use this pool for recruitments,” the document added.

Posted in National
EW Videos

National Talent Competition
National Talent Competition
EW Survey Forms
EW Survey Forms
WordPress Lightbox Plugin