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ALL INFORMATION ABOUT CSS EXAM IS OUT DATED. PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE OF FPSC TO GET THE LATEST POLICY. Please see the new scheme for subjects by clicking here.

WHAT IS CSS?
CSS stands for CENTRAL SUPERIOR SERVICES. The government of Pakistan conducts CSS Exam or the Competitive Exam to fill up Grade-17 posts in 12 different service groups every year. The NEXT examination is  schedulled in the month of February, 2014.  A candidate is offered 3 chances to pass this exam before BECOMING OLDER THAN 28 YEARS. Syllabus and actual rules & regulations governing this examination can be had from the official website of Federal Public  Service Commission of Pakistan i.e. www.fpsc.gov.pk. Admission Forms for the Competitive Examination-2014 might be submitted in October, 2014.

The Speculated Policy governing CSS Exam

WHAT IS THE REQUIRED STANDARD OF ELIGIBILITY?
QUALIFICATION: 
Graduation with minimum 2nd Division in any discipline

If there is 3rd division in graduation then a candidate with a higher division in masters is also eligible.

AGE LIMIT: (If the FPSC retains its previous policy)
Minimum 21 years by 31st Dec. 2017

Maximum 30 years by 31st Dec. 2017

IS RELAXATION IN AGE POSSIBLE?
YES, only in the upper age limit. Not more than 32 years of age in any case
2 Years for the citizens of Kashmir
2 years for the candidates of certain districts of KHYBER PAKHTUNKHAWAH 
2 years for certain recognized tribes of Balochistan
2 years for the people from scheduled castes
2 years for people doing govt. service for two years.

 

HOW MANY PAPERS ARE THERE IN THIS EXAMINATION?
A CSS Candidate appears in 12 papers of Compulsory as well as Optional Subjects. There are 6 papers of Compulsory subjects which include:

  1. ENGLISH ESSAY,
  2. ENGLISH PRECIS & COMPREHENSION,
  3. EVERYDAY SCIENCE,
  4. CURRENT AFFAIRS,
  5. PAKISTAN AFFAIRS AND
  6. ISLAMIYAT
    NOTE: In paper No. 3,4 and 5 you need to get minimum 120 marks in the aggregate.
                 Passing in each of these 3 papers is not necessary.
                 Passing marks in each compulsory paper are 40%
                 Passing marks in each optional paper are 33%
                 Aggregate of 50% in all 12 papers is compulsory

 

WHAT ARE THE OPTIONAL SUBJECTS?
Click optional subjects to view complete list along with rules to select optional subjects. There are different conditions for the selection of these subjects. Candidates cannot choose any subjects without following those conditions. We provide complete counselling to candidates for the selection of subjects.

WHAT IS THE RANGE OF MARKS  WHICH GUARANTEES SUCCESS?
To pass this exam you need to score at least 600 marks. However, your allocation is possible if you score around 650 marks in the written exam and around 180 out of 300 marks in the interview but merit is different for different provinces and each province has a specific quota.

IS THERE ANY CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SELECTED OPTIONAL SUBJECTS AND THE DESIRED OCCUPATIONAL GROUP/SERVICE?
No. But the candidate must be ready to answer subject oriented questions in the interview.

IS THERE ANY SPECIAL PRIVILEGE FOR WOMEN?
Great privilege: there is 10% special quota for women.

HOW MUCH HARD WORK IS REQUIRED TO GET THROUGH THIS EXAM?
Depends on the calibre of individual . However, an average candidates needs to study 5-6 hours a day.

IS THE SYSTEM FOR THE SELECTION OF CANDIDATES TRANSPARENT?
Most fortunately it is almost 100% transparent.


 
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