Professor’s Association wrote a letter to CM Shivraj : Provincial Government College Professors Association has written a letter to CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. In this letter, he has demanded to fix the maximum age of 55 years in the recruitment through Public Service Commission. They say that by increasing the age limit to 40 years, many employees will not be able to appear in the examination despite having other qualifications.
In a letter written to the CM, the professors’ association has said that they have received information that a proposal is being sent to the Public Service Commission for recruitment to academic posts in the higher education department of the state. According to his information, the maximum age limit for recruitment to these posts is being fixed at 40 years. The union has said that if this happens, many government employees will not be able to participate in the recruitment process despite having the qualification. Along with this, he has said that the maximum age limit has been fixed at 55 years by the Madhya Pradesh Staff Selection Board for the recruitment of certain categories of government servants in future examinations. Similarly, in the recruitment of assistant professors under the College Education Department, the Government of Rajasthan has also given relaxation of 15 years in the maximum age limit to the teachers of Education Department and Panchayat Samitis. Regarding this, they have demanded that the maximum age limit should be fixed at 55 years in the proposed recruitment examination for permanent and temporary employees working in government departments of the state.