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Parliamentary committee seeks CSS exam rule relaxed amid high failure

CSS exam preparation to local success in civil service eligibility.

A Senate subcommittee is advocating for an overhaul of the educational system in impoverished areas. The Senate Standing Committee on the Cabinet Secretariat met on Tuesday to address the need to reform education in less developed areas for eligible candidates. And to receive an update on the impending Special CSS Exam for 2023.

Senator Rana Maqbool Ahmad, chair of the committee, raised worry over the high failure rate of the competitive tests. Particularly among applicants from rural areas.

The establishment division reports that Punjab now has 52 open positions for non-Muslim candidates.

To boost the odds of success, it was indicated that the concession of age relaxation by 32 years and an additional chance in this year’s special CSS tests may make a big difference.

The committee’s call to action emphasises how urgent it is to fix the inequities in the educational system so that all applicants for the civil service would have equal opportunity.

It was disclosed during the briefing that candidates from the minority quota in Punjab and Azad Jammu and Kashmir, women, and minorities from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as well as all candidates from Sindh, Balochistan, and the formerly federally administered tribal areas (FATA), were eligible to apply for the special CSS exams.

Two phases of application are permitted for the unique CSS exams. The first phase took place between December 18, 2022, and January 4, 2023. And the second phase spanned February 26 through March 14 of this year. The number of applications received as of March 8 was 44,238.

Interviews with candidates who pass a practise test with multiple-choice questions will be held from June to August. Tutoring will be offered for subjects that are required. According to their individual quotas, four candidates will be chosen for each open position.

The topic was put on hold, nevertheless, in order to have a more in-depth conversation on actual implementation and oversight.

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