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    Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    validity period of non-creamy layer certificate for education admission?

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    Smile Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    haI,



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    • OBC certificate can be permanent.


    • However, In case of non-creamy layer certificate from amongst OBC, Then it is required to be revalidated in every year,


    • Because it is issued on the basis of Annual Income,





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    Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    If your parents got a Non creamy layer certificate for your studies then it is valid for three years.
    You can use this certificate to get admission in the prestigious institutes on the reservation basis.
    However when your parents are grade 1 or grade 2 employees then you will not get the certificate.
    If your parents combined salary is more than 4.5 lakhs then you will not get the certificate.

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    Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?



    Actually the validity period fro Non Creamy Layer certificate is three years.

    Non Creamy Layer certificate issue between 1st April 2012 to 31st March 2013 is valid for 01-04-2012 to 31-03-2013. (i.e. financial year 2012-2013).

    After that you have to take New one.NCL is valid for one Financial Year.

    Eligibility for Non Creamy layer certificate:

    Your family income will be less than 4.5 lacks per annum.

    The income from salary and agriculture are not considered as income.

    Thank you

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    Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    hello freinds...


    As per my knowledge,

    the validity period of a Non Creamy Layer Certificate is 3 years. After the expiry of the said 3 years, you have to apply for the same again showng your income is not

    exceeding the prescribed limit as provided by the law. I think, now the limit of income in this regard is 4 lacs per annum.


    regards from

    venki

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    Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    dear friend !!!
    obviously there is the validity period for the non-creamy layer certificate.
    you can get a non creamy layer certificate by two ways:
    1. at block level
    2. at district level
    validity of certificate at block level is 6 months while validity of certificate at district level is 1 year.
    when you apply for anything and if they ask for it then also they would mention that how old should be the certificate.
    thank you !!!

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    Re: Validity period of non creamy layer certificate?

    The validity of non creamy layer certificate is of 3 years because the income can change .the persons whose family income is less than 4.5 lakh per anum comes under the category of non creamy layer.
    The persons whose family income is greater than 4.5 lakh per anum comes under the category of creamy layer.
    Thank you

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