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March 14, 2018

Age limit

Newspost

March 14, 2018

After a period of five years, the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) has finally announced its policy for the CCE 2018. One thing that has perturbed aspiring candidates is the age limit imposed by the institution. The upper age limit has been set at 30. This is unfair to a large number of people who were unable to take the exam that hasn’t been held for the last five years. That the SPSC failed to hold the exam annually reflects the incompetence of the institution.

Aspiring candidates shouldn’t bear the brunt of something over which they had no control. The rate of unemployment in the country is already increasing at a fast pace. Such unfair policies adversely affect the unemployed. The authorities considered should reconsider their decision and reset the upper age limit.

Adeel Ahmed Jatoi

Hyderabad

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