New Delhi, Aug 3: The upper age limit for Civil Services Examination (CSE) 2018 aspirants has been decided by the Centre and fixed at 32 while for those of the reserved category candidates it is relaxable. Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh in Rajya Sabha said, “The upper age limit as on 01.08.2018 for Civil Services Examination (CSE) 2018 is 32 years. This upper-age limit is relaxable for reserved category candidates.” Also Read - 7th Pay Commission Latest News: Centre Takes Big Step For Railway Employees on Night Duty Allowance | Details Here

Singh refuted the theories which were revolving around the examination and rejected reports of unfair treatment being meted out to some candidates. Singh said, “The rule is equally applicable to all the candidates. Therefore the question of being unfair to some does not arise.” Also Read - Centre Calls COVID Situation In 11 States/UTs 'Matter of Serious Concern', Urges Authorities To Take Appropriate Action

The Department of Personnel & Training (DoP&T) has issued guidelines on the same on crucial date for determining age limits for competitive examination conducted in parts by the UPSC/SSC vide OM No. AB.14017/70/87-Estt.(RR) dated July 14, 1988, the cutoff date for Civil Services Examination is decided. Also Read - 7th Pay Commission Latest News: Common Eligibility Test for Govt Jobs Recruitment Likely in September | Check Details Here

Singh passed on this information in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha on Friday.