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Jharkhand High Court’s Age Limit Update for JPSC Applicants


Jharkhand High Court Extends Age Limit for JPSC Candidates to Apply for Junior Division Civil Judge Positions

In a significant development, the Jharkhand High Court has provided a major relief to candidates aspiring to join the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC). Now, candidates above a certain age can also apply for the Junior Division Civil Judge positions. The Jharkhand High Court has issued orders related to granting an age relaxation in the maximum age limit for the Civil Judge (Junior Division) appointment examination. Let’s take a closer look at the application process.

Through the Jharkhand Public Service Commission, there are 138 vacancies available for recruitment under the Jharkhand Judicial Service for Civil Judge (Junior Division) positions. As per the High Court’s order, candidates who are over 35 years of age can now apply for these positions. The Commission has invited offline applications from petitioners. The notification for this was issued on Sunday.

According to the Commission, applicants eligible for age relaxation based on the orders passed in various similar cases by the High Court can apply by filling in the desired information in the offline application form. They are required to submit the form with a self-attested photocopy of relevant documents and an advertisement number on top of the envelope at the Commission’s office.

Applications will be accepted from September 26th to October 3rd, between 10 AM and 5 PM. The application form and examination fee payment link are available on the Commission’s website.

As per the Commission, the final result of the examination will be influenced by the final orders of the concerned petitions. It should be noted that some of these petitions mentioned that no appointments have been made to the Civil Judge positions in the state for five years.

In light of this, the Court has granted an age relaxation to accommodate candidates who have been deprived of the opportunity due to delayed appointments and exceeding the age limit of 35 years.

Subsequently, the Court has directed all petitioners to accept applications. Examinations will also be conducted, and the results will be published accordingly.

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