Forage, face recognition is one of the most demanding field challenges, since aging affects the shape and structure of the face. Age invariant face recognition (AIFR) is a relatively new area in face recognition studies, which in real-world implementations recently gained considerable interest due to its huge potential and relevance. The AIFR, however, is still evolving and evolving, providing substantial potential for further study and progress inaccuracy. Major issues with the AIFR involve major variations in appearance, texture, and facial features and discrepancies in position and illumination. These problems restrict the AIFR systems developed and intensify identity recognition tasks. To address this problem, a new technique Quadratic Support Vector Machine- Principal Component Analysis (QSVM-PCA) is introduced. Experimental results suggest that our QSVM-PCA achieved better results especially when the age range is larger than other existing techniques of face-aging datasets of FGNET. The maximum accuracy achieved by demonstrated methodology is 98.87%.