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Obc certificate

Hlo
I am going to give IES exam this year ..but my obc certificate was issued in 2013 ...will it valid for exam if I upload it...if it will be rejected then ...I will shift to general category or my form will rejected ...please clear my doubt

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  • certificate should not be more than 3yrs old and issued within the closing date of exam notification. no case of rejection of ur candidature u may be shifted to general or upsc may ask u to file an affidavit or furnish new certificate. faaltu tension kyun padthe ho jab exam dena hi tha to certificate bana lete.
  • OBC certificaye या creamy layer?
    मेरे हिसाब से Obc certificate की कोई मान्यता समय अवधि नही होती हैं।

    CREAMY LAYER हर साल निकलवाना पड़ता हैं!
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