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Reservation for ex-servicemen

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Reservation for ex-servicemen was initially introduced for a period of two years in 1966. This was extended from time to time and is now available in terms of the Exservicemen Re-employment in Central Civil Services and Posts) Rules, 1979. As per these Rules, ten percent of the vacancies in the posts of the level of Assistant Commandant in para-military forces, ten percent of the vacancies in Group ‘C’ services and posts, and 20% of the vacancies in Group ‘D’ services and posts are reserved for ex-servicemen subject to certain conditions. Ex-servicemen are entitled to get age relaxation for appointment to any vacancy in Central civil services/posts, whether reserved or not. Ex-servicemen who have already secured employment under the Central Government are entitled to the benefit of age relaxation as prescribed for securing another employment in a higher grade or cadre under the Central Government. There are some provisions regarding relaxation/exemption of educational qualifications for the ex-servicemen. The Director General (Resettlement), Ministry of Defence monitors the implementation of these orders in the Central Government
Agencies.

Reservation for ex-servicemen and physically handicapped persons is termed as “horizontal” reservation and reservation for SCs, STs and OBCs is termed as “vertical” reservation. Guidelines exist explaining how the “horizontal” reservation is to be adjusted against the “vertical” reservation.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. i am serving iaf person and am physically handicapped attributable to the military service in peace time . I am retiring on may 2021 after completing 32 yrs of glorious service. At that time my age will be 49 yrs and 9 month , will i be eligible for ex service men age relaxation for applying in gp c post in IBIPS ssc and other civil services.

  2. Sir, the DOPT Circular dated 4.10.2012, stipulates age relaxation for ex-servicemen for appointment for Group B (Non-Gazetted), C & D Posts. Kindly clarify if this age relaxation is available for promotion also, as it was earlier when the age relaxation was given for Group C & D jobs. – T- Kishore Babu (mail id : [email protected])

  3. Sir,
    I joined in central board of secondary education on 16 Sep 2013 after 28 yrs of military service and retired on 31 Aug 2013. How my seniority will be fixed. My previous service will be counted towards allotment of accommodation and promotion etc ? kindly advise.

  4. How many times an ex serviceman avail reservation.An ex serviceman who already got govt job on reservation ,can again he will get reservation for other govt job

  5. Name – DALEL SINGH JOON
    DOB – 7th JULY 1966
    EDU – MATRICULATION
    TECH EDU –
    MAP READING – STD 1st
    OPR ,ORL,GDE 1st (EQUALLANT TO ELECTRONIC & TELE COMM ENGG)

    DOR – 30th SEPT 2012
    DEPTT/ORGANISATION – BSF SIGNAL REGT
    TOTAL SERVICE – 26 YRS
    HEIGHT – 172 cms
    WEIGHT – 61 kg’s
    MEDICAL CAT – SHAPE 1
    LAST DUTY PERFORMANCE AS – SUB INSPECTOR
    SPECIFICATION – HANDLING AL TYPES OF MODERN LIGHT WEAPONS
    . ALSO HANDLING ALL TYPES OF MODERN HF/VHF SET’s & EXCH
    . DURING MY DUTIES , I WAS PERFORMING DUTIES OF SIGNAL EQPT STORE
    , RECORDS’S & MAINTAINANCE . my age 47 yrs .what me govt job

  6. Sir
    I am ex serviceman and OBC discharged Wef 30 Nov 12 after 20 yrs. I cleared SBI Asst Manager System written exam held on 02 DEC 12. But SBI group did not allow me to appear for interview not giving me relaxation of age as exser acc to govt of India order dated 10 DEC 12 or 8 yrs commulative age relax for EX and OBC as provided while filling online application. Please guide me.

  7. sir, I could not understand that relaxation of age for ex servicemen as per rule length of service + 3 years if my age of 46 years and my length of service 28 years then where I will be ?. I observed in govt vacancies they are publishing for ex service men for age relaxation length of service + 3 years but not more then 40 or 45 years accordingly published of vacancies. please brief

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