Age and Time Limits in Indian Constitution

Important Age & Time Limits in Indian Constitution


Office
Minimum Age
Maximum Age
The President
35 years
No Limit
The Vice-President
35 years
No Limit
Lok Sabha Speaker
25 years
No Limit
Deputy Speaker of Lok Sabha
25 years
No Limit
Chief Justice of India
No Limit
65 years
Other Judges of the Supreme Court
No Limit
65 years
Members of Lok Sabha
25 years
No Limit
Members of Rajya Sabha
30 years
No Limit
Attorney General of India
No Limit
65 years
Comptroller and Auditor General of India
No Limit
65 years
Chairman, U.P.S.C.
No Limit
65 years
Members, U.P.S.C.
No Limit
65 years
Governor
35 years
No Limit
Chief Minister
25 years
No Limit
Members of Legislative Assembly
25 years
No Limit
Members of Legislative Council
30 years
No Limit
Advocate General
No Limit
62 years
Members of State Public Service Commission
No Limit
62 years
Chief Justice of High Court
No Limit
62 years
Other Judges of High Court
No Limit
62 years

Important Age (Maximum & Minimum) Limits in Indian Constitution with Articles


1.      65 years upper age limit for appointment as a
»      Judge of Supreme Court (Article 124)
»      Attorney General ( Article 76 (1))
»      Comptroller General ( Article 148)
»      member of Public Service Commission ( Articles 315 to 323 of Part XIV)
2.    62 years upper age limit for appointment as a
»      Judge of High court ( Article 141)
»      Advocate General ( Article 165)
»      Member of State Commission
3.    35 years minimum age for election to the post of
»      President( Article 52)
»      Vice-President ( Article 63)
»      Governor ( for each state) Articles 153 of the Constitution of India).
4.    30 year minimum age for election of
»      MP (Rajya Sabha)
»      MLC
5.     25 years minimum age for election of
»      MP (Lok Sabha)
»      MLA
6.    21 years minimum marriageable age for a male
7.     18 years minimum marriageable age for a female.
8.    14 years minimum age limit for employment in a factory
9.    For 6 to 14 years of age education has been made a fundamental right Part III

Important Time Limits in Indian Constitution Condition 


»      Duration Maximum interval between two sessions of Parliament/State Assembly   - Six months
»      Maximum life of Presidential Ordinance  - Six months
»      Maximum period within which an election is to be held to fill a vacancy created by the death, resignation or removal or otherwise of a President  - Six months 
»      Maximum duration for which President's rule can be imposed in a state  -  Six months 
»      Time after which money bill passed by Lok Sabha is deemed to have been passed By Rajya Sabha when no action is taken by it  - 14 Days
»      Maximum duration for which a President/Vice-President/Governor may hold office  from the date on which he enters his office - 5 years 
»      Maximum duration for which a Lok Sabha/State Legislature may function from the  date appointed for its first  meeting  - 5 years
»      Maximum period for which the term of a Lok Sabha/State Legislature  be extended while a Proclamation of Emergency is in operation - 6 month
»      Maximum duration for which a member of either House of Parliament may be absent without permission before his seat is declared is vacant  - 60 days 
»      Maximum period within which a person who is arrested and detained in custody shall be produced before the nearest magistrate  - 24 hours 
»      Maximum duration for which a Panchayat/Municipality shall function from the date appointed for first meeting - 5 years 
»      Maximum duration for which a member of a Public Service Commission may hold his office subject to his not attaining the age of sixty five years - 6 years 
»      Maximum duration for which a member of  a State Commission may hold his office subject to his not attaining the age of sixty -two years - 6 years

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