Important post and age limits provided in Indian Constitution

Important post and age limits provided in the Indian Constitution

65 years maximum age limit for:

  • Judge of Supreme Court (Article 124)
  • Attorney General (Article 76 (1))
  • Comptroller General (Article 148)
  • Member of Public Service Commission (Article 315 to 323)

62 years maximum age limit for:

  • Judge of High Court (Article 217)
  • Advocate General (Auricle 165)
  • Member of State Commission

35 years minimum age limits for:

    • President of India (Article 52)
    • Vice-President of India (Article 63)
    • Governor for each State (Article 153)

30 years minimum age limit for:

  • Member of Rajya Sabha (Upper house of Parliament)
  • Member of Legislative Council (Upper house of State Legislature)

25 years minimum age limit for:

  • Member of Lok Sabha (Lower house of Parliament)
  • Member of Legislative Assembly (MLA)

21 years minimum marriageable age for:

  • Male

18 years minimum marriageable age for:

  • Female

14 years minimum age limit for:

  • Employment in factories

Also read: Object, Constitutional Validity and Salient features of Minimum Wages Act, 1948