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Sir, I was thrilled to hear the news last year when the age limit was increased for UPSC from 30 to 32 years. Being a Civil Services aspirant myself, I am planning to appear for the exam in 2016. Also being a family man and aged 30, I am hounded by the lack of clarity for the age limit notification for 2016 (32 and 5 years relaxation for J&K domicile will stay?). I would appreciate if you could please clarify this as it is becoming awfully tough to study with this tension lingering around. Sincerely Yours, Abhay

For this query answer rests in future and right now, nothing can be said about eligibility policy UPSC may adopt while notifying for Civil Services Examination 2016.

Prospects for Age relaxation from 30 to 32 next year i.e. for CSE 2016 are doubtful as this relaxation was only for two years; but, we can hope that five years age relaxation for candidates domiciled in the state of Jammu & Kashmir should continue.

Even if, this relaxation stays, you will be eligible to appear in CSE 2016.

You should not have any apprehensions and you should prepare diligently so that you are able to accomplish task in this attempt.

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