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Punjab Civil Servants Recruitment

(Relaxation of Upper Age Limit)


Rules, 1976
GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB
SERVICES, GENERAL ADMINISTATION &
INFORMATION DEPARTEMTN

The Ist April, 1976

NOTIFICATION

No.SORIII-9-1/72-In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Punjab Civil Servants Act,
1974, the Governor of the Punjab is pleased to make the following rules to relax the upper age limit
prescribed for recruitment to various posts namely:

1. a) These rules may be called the Punjab Civil Servants Recruitment (Relaxation of Upper Age
Limit) Rules, 1976.

b) These rules shall apply to the recruitment of all posts.

c) They shall come into force at once.

2. Definitions--In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires:

i) "Schedule Castes" means the castes, races or tribes or parts of groups within castes, races or
tribes declared to be schedule castes under any law in force in the Punjab or so declared by
Government for the purposes of various services/ Recruitment Rules and;

ii) "Under-developed Area" means the Baluch Area of D.G. Khan District and such other areas
as Government may declare to be under-developed areas for the purposes of various
services/ Recruitment Rules.

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iii) "Disabled person" means a person who, on account of injury, disease or congenital
deformity, is handicapped for under taking any gainful profession or employment in order to
earn his livelihood, land included a person who is blind, deaf, physically handicapped or
mentally retarded:

Provided that only such disabled person should be eligible to be considered for job
reserved for disabled persons, who are duly registered with the Employment Exchange of
the area and have been declared to be disabled and fit for work of a particular job by the
Provincial Council as defined in Section 5 of Disabled Persons (Employment and
Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1981.

3. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any rules applicable to any post or service:
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i) In the case of the candidates from scheduled castes and under developed areas, for a period
of 20 years from the commencing day of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of
Pakistan the upper age limit shall be relaxed by three years.

* *ii) In the case of a person whose services under Government have been terminated for want of
vacancy the period of service already rendered by him shall for the purposes of upper age
limit under any rule, be excluded from his age; and

*Addedvide Notification No. SORI(S&GAD)-9-252/88, dated 25.3.1989.


*Amended vide Notification No.SORIII(S&GAD)9-1/72 dated 22.3.1987
**Amended vide Notification No.SORIII-9-1/72, dated 30.4.1979
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iii) In the case of Ex-Defence personal, the interval between the date of their release from the
Defence Forces of Pakistan including the Mujahid Force and the date of re-employment in a
Civil Department subject to a maximum of seven years and the whole of the period of
service rendered by them in such Forces shall, for the purposes of upper age limit under any
rule, be excluded from their age.

iv) In the case of a person who has rendered national service under the Pakistan National
Services Ordinance, 1970, the period actually spent by him in such service shall, for the
purpose of upper age limit prescribed under any rule, for appointment to any service/post be
excluded from his age.

v) In the case of a candidate already working as a Government servant, the period of his
continuous service as such shall for the purpose of upper age limit prescribed under any
service rules, of the post for which he is a candidate, be excluded from his age.

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Provided the upper-age limit shall not exceed 35 years for recruitment to any post to be
filled in on the recommendations of the Punjab Public Service Commission on the basis of
the combined competitive examination/## competitive examination.

Notwithstanding anything contained to the contrary with regard to the Upper Age
Limit in any Service/Recruitment Rules, the Upper Age Limit shall not exceed 40
years in the case of persons who are domiciled in Punjab and are serving in
connection with the affairs of Punjab Government, with at least 4 years service as
such, for recruitment to any post to be filled in, on the recommendation of the Punjab
Public Service Commission, on the basis of the Combined Competitive Examination.

@ @ vi) In case of a disabled person as defined in rule 2 (iii) above the maximum upper age limit
prescribed in the Service/Recruitment Rules, for appointment to a post, shall be raised by 10
years.

vii) In case of employees of Afghan Refugees Organization, who are bona fide residents of
Punjab, for the period of their service already rendered by them in the Organization or for
the period of ten years whichever is les shall for the purpose of upper age limit under any
rule be excluded from the age.

viii) In case of children of deceased/invalidated/incapacitated Government servants who apply
for Government service under rule 17-A of the Punjab Civil Servants (Appointment &
Conditions of Service) Rules, 1974, the maximum upper age limit prescribed in the
Service/Recruitment Rules for appointment to post, shall be raised by 5 years.

4. The Punjab Services Recruitment (Relaxation of Upper age Limit for candidates belonging to
Schedule Castes and Under-developed Areas), Rules, 1973, are hereby repealed.

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No. SOR.I (S&GAD) 9-3/92

@Amended vide Notification No.SOR-III-9-1/72, dated 14.6.1982


# Added vide Notification No.SOR-III-2-87/90 (I) dated 24.9.1992
## Added vide Notification No.SOR-III-2-53/92 (P) dated 8.3.1993
 Added vide Notification No. SOR.III-2-76/95 dated 22.2.1996
@@ Added vide Notification No.SORI(S&GAD)9-252/88 dated 25.3.1989
 Added vide Notification No. SORI (S&GAD)9-36/81 dated 13.5.1993.
 Added vide Notification No. SORI (S&GAD)9-1/2000 dated 1.8.2000.
Dated Lahore the 9th May, 1994

Subject: RELAXATION IN UPPER-AGE LIMIT

I am directed to state that Governor of the Punjab is pleased to grant general relaxation in
the upper-age limit by five years in respect of all the candidates for vacancies in BS-1 to BS-15 under the
administrative control of the Punjab Government and Autonomous bodies excluding the Police
Department.

2. The above position may kindly be brought to the notice of all concerned for information and
necessary action.

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No. SOR.I (S&GAD) 9-252/88


Dated Lahore the 20th October, 1998

Subject: 10 YEARS AGE RELAXATION FOR THE DISABLED PERSONS

I am directed to invite your kind attention to rule 3(vi) of the Punjab Civil Servants
Recruitment (Relaxation of Upper Age Limit) Rules, 1976, amended vide Notification No. SORI(S&GAD)
9-252/88 dated 25.3.1989 which provides as under:

“In case of a disabled person as define in rules 2(iii) of the rules ibid , the maximum upper
age limit prescribed in the Service/Recruitment Rules, for appointment to a post, shall be
raised by 10 years”.

2. I am to request you to ensure strict implementation of the provision of disabled persons


(Employment & Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1981 and highlight the above mentioned provisions of
Relaxation of Upper Age Limit in employment of disabled persons in the advertisements for recruitment.

(Muhammad Sadiq)
Deputy Secretary (Regulations)
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No. SORI(S&GAD) 9-36/81


SERVICES & GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT
Dated Lahore the 27th July, 1999

SUBJECT: RELAXATION IN UPPER AGE LIMIT

Sir,

I am directed to refer to the subject noted above and to state that consequent upon the
amendment in the schedule appended to the Punjab Delegation of Powers (Relaxation of Age) Rules, 1961,
vide S&GAD notification of even number dated 21st June, 1999, the general relaxation in the upper age
limit by five years in respect of the vacancies in BS-1 to 15, under the administrative control of the Punjab
Government and autonomous bodies, excluding the Police Department, vide this department’s circular
letter No. SORI(S&GAD) 9-3/92 dated 9th May, 1994 is hereby withdrawn.

Muhammad Sadiq
Deputy Secretary (Regulations)