Opportunities for open class candidates, more opportunities for public service examination

New Delhi: Modi government has decided to give 10 percent reservation to economically weaker sections of the open category. This decision has given huge relief to lakes of students from open schools across the country. These students will get equal opportunity in the age of government jobs and attempts to pass the exam. This will include the Maharashtra Public Service Commission and the Union Public Service Commission's competitive examinations.

Once the reservation is implemented, open-ended job seekers will get the same opportunity as the candidates of OBC category. OBC candidates have the current age limit of 35 years and 9 seats for the passage of Public Service Commission. However, the age limit for open category candidates is 32 years and they get only six times a chance to pass the exam. While the SC / ST category candidates have a valid age limit of 37 years, there is no limit to the number of candidates passing the examination.

The rules which apply to backward class candidates, are the primary indicators of the implementation of candidates in open class. People from open classes with annual income of less than eight lakhs will get the benefit of the reservation. This is a rule similar to that of an orderly candidate for OBC candidates. The government is likely to present the entire bill in a budgetary session.

Bill in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha approved: -

The government approved 124th Constitutional Amendment in the Lok Sabha on January 8 and it was approved by majority. In the Rajya Sabha, the bill was approved on 9th January. Now, after the President's signature, the bill will become a law. Under this law, reservation for government jobs, government institutions and private colleges will also be available
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