I want to appear in a government job and my age is 35, will I?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Jamari Moody



I want to appear in a government job and my age is 35, will I?

I'm not sure. I think the maximum age limit has passed. However, you need to google and do a little research on what jobs are present at your age.

In a GOVERNMENT job

The negative points are:

  1. It takes a very high level of flattery and licking boots for you to grow up in the hierarchy.
  2. Absolutely no responsibility for which absolutely no importance is given to merit and therefore good talent cannot be sustained for long.
  3. Very high regionalism and linguistic bias, especially at higher levels. (My Tamil boss seeks talent only within the Tamil community. He is so shortsighted that he will get work from everyone except reward / reward only Tamils).
  4. Absolutely no recognition and no awards for your hard work and contributions. Cri
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In a GOVERNMENT job

The negative points are:

  1. It takes a very high level of flattery and licking boots for you to grow up in the hierarchy.
  2. Absolutely no responsibility for which absolutely no importance is given to merit and therefore good talent cannot be sustained for long.
  3. Very high regionalism and linguistic bias, especially at higher levels. (My Tamil boss seeks talent only within the Tamil community. He is so shortsighted that he will get work from everyone except reward / reward only Tamils).
  4. Absolutely no recognition and no awards for your hard work and contributions. The criteria for deciding awards, and there are many, are anything but contribution and merit. (The day after we did a very good test, for the first time in India, my then boss came to see me and asked me to do his resume so he could apply for a national award. My team and I were left licking our thumbs and virtually surprised)
  5. Due to the prevalence of reserve, a good percentage of non-deserving candidates tend to rise to positions of power.
  6. Corruption is rampant despite very good pay scales. Although, this is drastically decreasing in the era of the new government.
  7. A lot of political pressure and you are never allowed to make independent decisions (whatever your ability). All the older ones try to suppress you.
  8. Most likely, you will develop a health problem in a government job due to unethical and immoral practices.

However, there are also some good points:

  1. In some government jobs you can work directly and contribute to the good of society. Nothing gives you more satisfaction than contributing directly to society and the nation. eg Armed Forces, ISRO, Civil Services, DRDO, etc. The job profile / responsibilities / job description in some government jobs are phenomenal. Nothing in any private industry can match that.
  2. Sky is the limit for you to contribute to your work. There are many opportunities available and generally no one will stop you from taking action. You can work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and serve your country. Job satisfaction is tremendously HIGH. E.g. ISRO, PSU, central universities, etc.
  3. You often work in your own area of ​​expertise, and sometimes the domain of the job is so widespread that professional experience is exceptional.
  4. Usually the funds are readily available for one to fulfill one's duties. Although, most people tend to abuse this advantage. E.g. Central universities, civil services, etc.
  5. The salary scale at the entry and middle level is better than that of the private sector and at the highest levels they are comparable to that of the private sector.
  6. Very lower level of professional stress due to little responsibility.
  7. Personal hobbies and an active social life can be maintained.
  8. Good respect in society and one tends to retire with satisfaction. Disclaimer: I work for the government. The above are my personal experiences. I have some very good experiences and some very very unpleasant experiences working for the government. Believe me, there are good people, regardless of all this, who work for the government and who are actually making the country great.

Issue 1: Government Job is the father of all nepotism. I mean it may be Albert Einstein, but if you can't speak Tamil, your Tamil-speaking boss won't promote you.

You can do this in a government job.

As good as this

The choice is yours….

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This really depends on where you live. If you live in the United States, virtually any government job is available to you. The FBI hires special agents until they are 36 1/2 years old at the time of appointment, if you want to run for the FBI, I strongly suggest that you do so as soon as possible. You could run for president in the next election. The minimum age to apply is 35 and to be a citizen of the United States, of course, it would help if you had political / legal or business experience, but stranger things have happened. As far as I know, intelligence agencies do not have an age limit for

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This really depends on where you live. If you live in the United States, virtually any government job is available to you. The FBI hires special agents until they are 36 1/2 years old at the time of appointment, if you want to run for the FBI, I strongly suggest that you do so as soon as possible. You could run for president in the next election. The minimum age to apply is 35 and to be a citizen of the United States, of course, it would help if you had political / legal or business experience, but stranger things have happened. As far as I know, intelligence agencies do not have an age limit for their jobs (but you must be under 60-65 years old as this mandatory retirement age), so if you want, you can apply for one of those. The biggest piece of advice I could give you if you want a job in the government is to have something they want. You can't just walk down the street and expect to be hired. Look at the critical government needs / skills they're looking for right now, see if you meet the minimum criteria, then apply. Good luck!

Hari om, you are asking a question like: “At the age of 40 or over, can I apply for any government job? If yes, in which department? ”. Hari om.

It is possible to get a government job even in your 40s or older. However, it depends on your qualification + experience. To do this, you can keep searching "The Employment News" (English) or "Rozgar Samachar" (Hindi language).

When a suitable announcement comes in, you should ask for it. If you are eligible based on the QR (Qualitative Requirements) of the job, you will be called in for an interview. Once you are called in for the interview, you have a high chance of being selected

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Hari om, you are asking a question like: “At the age of 40 or over, can I apply for any government job? If yes, in which department? ”. Hari om.

It is possible to get a government job even in your 40s or older. However, it depends on your qualification + experience. To do this, you can keep searching "The Employment News" (English) or "Rozgar Samachar" (Hindi language).

When a suitable announcement comes in, you should ask for it. If you are eligible based on the QR (Qualitative Requirements) of the job, you will be called in for an interview. Once you are called in for the interview, you have as much chance of being selected as you are of being rejected. Therefore, you must do well in the interview to be selected.

Once you are selected, your background will be checked through the police. If you have a clean record with no police cases or criminal records, you will get the call for a medical exam.

If you are found medically fit in all respects according to the job requirements, you will receive the letter of appointment from the competent authorities of the Department of the Ministry. This whole process can take a year and a little.

Then you can join the job. You will be on probation for a period of 2 years. All the best. Hari om.

Hari om.

Most jobs that are for ages 32-35 are official degree with domain-specific experience, except state PCS. Below are some jobs.

State PCS (age limit is 40 in most states)

Specialist bank officials (Information Technology / Marketing / Agriculture / HR / Law) The age limit is relative to your work experience.

Territorial Army (Recruited from the corporate sector and PSU)

Deputy Director / Deputy Director in various departments of the central / state government.

Manager / Assistant Manager at PSUs (ONGC / BEL / NTPC / EIL etc.)

Teacher jobs

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Most jobs that are for ages 32-35 are official degree with domain-specific experience, except state PCS. Below are some jobs.

State PCS (age limit is 40 in most states)

Specialist bank officials (Information Technology / Marketing / Agriculture / HR / Law) The age limit is relative to your work experience.

Territorial Army (Recruited from the corporate sector and PSU)

Deputy Director / Deputy Director in various departments of the central / state government.

Manager / Assistant Manager at PSUs (ONGC / BEL / NTPC / EIL etc.)

Teacher jobs

You should also sign up for government job updates on websites like freejobpoint.com and freejobalert. so you can receive the latest job notification in your email directly.

I think your question is not complete. There are various opportunities available depending on your level of education, work experience, etc.

  1. Normally, all central government jobs close at 28 (at least for administrative / junior staff). for example, banks, SSC, etc.
  2. There are some banks and USPs that recruit experienced workforce at the officer level (assistant manager, manager, etc.) up to the age of 35 to 38 years.
  3. In case you are graduated, you can try to get a PSC at the state level, which allows even people in the general category up to the age of 38 to 40 years.
  4. Of course, being hired as a teacher / teacher etc, the opportunities are always open.
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I think your question is not complete. There are various opportunities available depending on your level of education, work experience, etc.

  1. Normally, all central government jobs close at 28 (at least for administrative / junior staff). for example, banks, SSC, etc.
  2. There are some banks and USPs that recruit experienced workforce at the officer level (assistant manager, manager, etc.) up to the age of 35 to 38 years.
  3. In case you are graduated, you can try to get a PSC at the state level, which allows even people in the general category up to the age of 38 to 40 years.
  4. Of course, being hired as a teacher / professor, etc., opportunities are always open in central / state government institutions. They also enjoy almost the same benefits.

Keep watching the news of rozgar / employment. There are several forums that you can subscribe to and they keep sending notifications about these opportunities.

There are many jobs for you after age 30.

It will be quite easier for me to tell you what kind of job you should apply for once I get the information about your field of graduation or any other academic field.

But some of the jobs that do not require specialization in any particular field are

Upsc (Union Public Service Commission) Exams -Requires graduation

Examination of different Pcs (provincial civil services) from different states.

Defense jobs

Ugc -net

And many other government jobs that you can consult on the Internet or on their respective web portals.

But the jobs specified above are among some of

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There are many jobs for you after age 30.

It will be quite easier for me to tell you what kind of job you should apply for once I get the information about your field of graduation or any other academic field.

But some of the jobs that do not require specialization in any particular field are

Upsc (Union Public Service Commission) Exams -Requires graduation

Examination of different Pcs (provincial civil services) from different states.

Defense jobs

Ugc -net

And many other government jobs that you can consult on the Internet or on their respective web portals.

But the jobs specified above are among some of the prestigious jobs that rank at the top.

For more details, see the specified sites.

It's a bit hard to get government jobs at the age of 40 ... but if you belong to a reserved or backward community like obc, sc / st, etc. The best option in this regard is the 'Indian civil services'.

-You can also give exams like rpsc, upsc, ras and many more. You can also do your job as a teacher at any school and at the university.

-However, there are other good opportunities like- 'territorial army'. This is to help the army and other peacekeeping corps of India working internally, it means police, cid, etc. Here anyone within the age of 40 can join with the required qualification and

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It's a bit hard to get government jobs at the age of 40 ... but if you belong to a reserved or backward community like obc, sc / st, etc. The best option in this regard is the 'Indian civil services'.

-You can also give exams like rpsc, upsc, ras and many more. You can also do your job as a teacher at any school and at the university.

-However, there are other good opportunities like- 'territorial army'. This is to help the army and other peacekeeping corps of India working internally, it means police, cid, etc. Here anyone within the age of 40 can join with the required qualification and all.

You are also eligible for bank jobs, rail jobs too ...

If you are already a government employee, you can take advantage of a 5-year grace period and the maximum age limit is 35 years.

OBC- 35 years

ST / SC- 35 to 40 years

General-

1) 28 years for SSC / BANK.

2) 30 years for RBI / INSURANCE exam.

3) 32 years for UPSC.

  • SSC CGL
  • NTPC RAILWAY
  • CDS
  • AFCAT
  • STATE GOVERNMENT SSC
  • RBI GRADE B
  • SBI PO
  • IBPS PO
  • RRB PO
  • NABARD GRADE A
  • SIDBI
  • LIC / GIC / NIACL AO
  • RBI ASSISTANT
  • SBI SECRETARY
  • IBPS SECRETARY

There are more tests, but these are the tests you can focus on ……

There are definitely certain jobs that you can get at the age of 45. You need to have the appropriate experience in the relevant field. I suggest you subscribe to government job notification websites for the latest government job openings.

Re: government jobs between 35-40 age limit?

hello
however, there is an age limit for each job in the government. sector. IPS, IAS, BANK PO, BANK CLERK, all of these jobs required candidates under 35 years of age.
Also, you can try jobs in the private sector. they just require hard work and the dedication break depends on your qualifications.
all the best

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