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CGPSC Eligibility Criteria 2023: Age Limit and Educational Qualifications

CGPSC Eligibility Criteria

CGPSC Eligibility Criteria: CGPSC offers age relaxation to various applicant categories. To apply for the CGPSC Examination 2023, candidates can review the CGPSC Eligibility Criteria 2023, which includes information on age limits and educational qualifications.

CGPSC Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for the CGPSC Exam, candidates must adhere to specific criteria, which include being between the ages of 21 and 30. Reserved category candidates are granted age relaxations. Additionally, candidates must hold Indian citizenship to participate in the CGPSC Exam. The Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission outlines these eligibility requirements for CGPSC candidates.

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The CGPSC examination comprises three stages: the preliminary examination, the main examination, and the personality test. The preliminary and main examinations cover a wide range of subjects, including general studies and aptitude, as well as science, history, language, social studies, and more. The majority of CGPSC applications are submitted online, and there are specific prerequisites to consider when applying for an examination conducted by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission.

CGPSC Eligibility Criteria 2023

The Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission, serving as a key government agency in Chhattisgarh, administers a range of examinations. Aspiring candidates are required to satisfy the CGPSC Eligibility Criteria, which extends beyond conventional qualifications, akin to the standards examined in the UPSC Exam. Candidates are expected to possess qualities that contribute to social harmony, exhibit leadership capabilities, and uphold both intellectual and moral integrity.

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CG PSC Eligibility Criteria 2023
Age LimitMinimum age limit: 21 years
Maximum age limit: 30 years
Educational QualificationGraduate degree
Number of AttemptsUntil maximum age limit is reached
ExperienceNot specified

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CGPSC Age Limits

The CGPSC provides a short explanation of its eligibility requirements. Before participating in the recruitment process, candidates must make an attempt to comprehend the eligibility requirements as described below. A candidate must be at least 21 years old and not older than 30 years old as of the first of January in the year that the announcement was published. With the caveat that the maximum age will be increased to 35 years for candidate domicile permanent inhabitants of the state of Chhattisgarh. The potential applicant should also review the guidelines for the following age concessions:

CGPSC Age Relaxation 

There are numerous criteria provided for CGPSC Age Relaxation requirements by CGPSC. For more details, go to the official CPSC website. Here are some of the main factors for age relaxation.

CGPSC Age Relaxation 
Number of Relaxation YearsCondition for Relaxation for the candidates
Relaxation Up to 5 years on 35 To a maximum of five yearsResidents of Chhattisgarh has the upper age limit as 35 years.
The age limit is 45 yearsIf a candidate is a local resident Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, OBC, women disabled as per recorded by Government of Chhattisgarh.
The age limit is 38 yearsPermanent/Temporary employees of Chhattisgarh or State Government.
The age limit is 38 yearsPeople appointed on contract
Relaxation of 5 yearsPersons with disabilities
Relaxation up to max 3 yearsCandidate who is an Indian origin and migrated from the following countries:From Myanmar on or after June 01, 1963,From Sri Lanka on or after 1964, orCandidate who has relocated from Bangladesh between Jan 01, 1964, and March 25, 1971.
Relaxation up to max 5 yearsIf the candidate sitting for the exam is a window
Relaxation up to max 5 yearsIf the candidate being protected under the inter-caste marriage scheme promoted by Harijan, Tribal, and Backward class welfare as per GAD Memo no. C-1085, dated 3-9-1985.
Up to a 5 yr maximum  relaxationIf a candidate has been involved in Military service for at least 5 years
3 years RelaxationRetrenched government servant
Up to a maximum of 2 years relaxationA relaxation of 2 years if the candidate holds a green card under the family welfare programme
Up to a 5 yr maximum  relaxationRelaxation of 5 yrs. in accordance with GAD memo, if the candidate is the forward partner of a prize-winning couple participating in the inter-caste marriage programme sponsored by the tribal Harijan and backward class welfare department
Up to a 5 yr maximum  relaxationif the candidate is a sportsperson who has received the Shaheed Rajiv Pandey award, Gunda Dhur, a Maharaja, the Praveen Chandra Banda Age Samaan, or the Rashtriya Yuva award, according to a GAD document.
Up to a 5 yr maximum  relaxationIn the situation of a candidate who is of Indian descent, holds an Indian passport, was granted an emergency certificate by the Indian Embassy in Vietnam, and landed in India from Vietnam. A maximum of July 1957 earlier
Up to a maximum of 5 years of relaxationin the case of ex-servicemen and commissioned officers, including ECO/SSCO, who have served in the military for at least five years as of the first January before the start of the examination and have been released from their assignment, including those whose assignment is due to be completed within six months from the said date, other than by way of decimal or discharge on grounds of misconduct or inefficiency or on grounds of physical disability attributable to such,
Up to a 3 yr maximum  relaxationif the candidate has served in the government service over the past seven years or less and has been laid off from their position, even if they served during more than one spell, after subtracting their age.

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CGPSC Educational Qualification

The candidate must be in possession of a degree from one of the universities established by an act of the Central or state legislature in India, or from another educational institution established by an act of parliament, or must be declared to be deemed as a university under section 3 of the University Grants commission act, 1956, or have an equivalent qualification in order to meet the requirements for CG PSC assistant professor eligibility

CGPSC Physical Requirement

The applying applicant must be in good mental and physical health and free from any physical defect that is likely to interfere with his ability to perform his responsibilities as an officer of the particular service, as stated explicitly in the official notice. A applicant who is found not to meet this requirement following a medical examination by his government or the hiring authority, as the case may be, will not be appointed. Only those applicants who are most likely to be given consideration for an interview will have their health checked. The following physical specifications are available for applicants to review:

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CGPSC Physical Requirement
Name of the PostMale Physical RequirementFemale Requirements 
Required HeightRequired Chest (Without Expansion)Required Chest (With Expansion)Minimum Difference with MaleRequired Height
Assistant Jail Superintendent165 cm.0.80 m.155 cm
Excise Sub-Inspector165 cm81 cm85 cm5 cm152.4 cm
Superintendent District Jail168 cm84 cm89 cm5 cm155 cm
District Excise Officer163 cm79 cm84 cm5 cm152.4 cm
Dy. Superintendent of Police168 cm84 cm89 cm5 cm155 cm
District Fighter165 cm84 cm89 cm5 cm

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