Srinagar, July 03: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Sunday assured to look into demand of aspirants to increase the upper age limit to 37-years for open merit candidates for this Combined Competitive Examination (CCE)-2022.
A delegation of around 50 Jammu Kashmir Administrative Service aspirants called on the Lieutenant Governor at Raj Bhawan.
The delegation led by Mir Junaid, President, Jammu & Kashmir Workers Party (JKWP) apprised the Lt Governor about their demand of raising the upper age limit to 37 for OM candidates and accordingly for reserved category candidates.
The Lt Governor while addressing the delegation said that the government had approved relaxation in upper-age limit for the candidates earlier in 2021 and recently the upper-age limit for the candidates was once again relaxed to enable them to appear in Combined Competitive Examination (CCE)-2022.
The Lt Governor assured the members of the delegation that their demand given through representation will be looked into. He further announced that a committee under supervision of the Chief Secretary will take up the issue for consideration and redressal.
The members of the delegation expressed their gratitude towards the Lt Governor for the opportunity to discuss vital issues. (GNS)