Hindustan Jobs: Overaged candidates will go to court for recruitment to 328 posts of UPPSC APS.

Hindustan Jobs: Overaged candidates will go to court for recruitment to 328 posts of UPPSC APS.

UPPSC Recruitment 2023: Online applications for recruitment to 328 posts of Additional Private Secretary (APS) in Secretariat, Revenue Council and Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) will start from September 19. Candidates can apply till October 19 for the APS recruitment which is going to take place after ten years. According to the short advertisement issued by the Commission, only candidates aged 21 to 40 years can apply. Due to the rules not being amended, APS recruitment took a decade.

The dispute regarding equivalent qualification has been resolved in the amended Private Secretary Service Rules-2023. Considering the post of APS as Group ‘B’ Gazetted, Triple C Computer Certificate from NIELIT has been made mandatory. Earlier in 2013, the Commission had started recruitment for 176 posts which has not been completed till now. Applications for recruitment to 181 posts of RO/ARO will start from the first week of October. The Commission has advised the candidates to complete the OTR process on the website www.otr.pariksha.nic.in before the release of the advertisement.

Overage candidates will go to court for opportunity
Due to non-release of APS recruitment advertisement for a decade, hundreds of candidates have become overage. The candidates had given a memorandum to the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission demanding inclusion in the recruitment of 2023. But the Commission has made it clear that only candidates aged 21 to 40 years can apply. In such a situation, the overaged candidates have decided to approach the High Court. Overaged Chandan Nishad, Umesh Chandra Pandey, Jagdish Gupta, Rajkumar Prajapati, Brahm Kumar Pandey, Ajay Shukla, Aditya Tiwari, Rajesh Singh, Raghavendra Mishra, Ashok Patel and Rammurat Vishwakarma etc. say that they have to suffer the consequences of the commission’s mistake. Used to be. Recruitment could not start for ten years due to the laxity of the government and the commission. The future of only those candidates preparing for APS and who are overaged is in darkness.

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