FPSC Announces CSS 2023 Result, Pass Ratio Stands at 2.96%

The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has announced the results of the Central Superior Services (CSS) exams held in 2023. This result reveals a modest 2.96% pass rate, which is much better than the 1.85% pass rate of the previous year. 

Details show that a total of 13,008 candidates appeared in the written test, but only 401 managed to pass it. After a thorough assessment, 210 candidates received the recommendation for an appointment. Adil Riaz secured the first position, followed by Shaher Bano in second place. While Okash Abrar Rana stood in the 3rd spot. 

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Among the successful students, 46 were medically deferred. Notably, the top eight candidates are from Punjab. Sohail Khan from Balochistan claimed the ninth position, and Muhammad Abdullah from Azad Jammu and Kashmir secured the 19th spot. 

Siffat Ullah from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa stood in the 25th position, while Sami Ahmed from rural Sindh and Zopash Agha from urban Sindh secured the 66th and 116th positions, respectively. Sohail Afridi from the merged districts of K-P, also known as ex-FATA, secured the 80th position, and Lubna Hussain from Gilgit-Baltistan secured the 130th spot. 

Pakistan falls behind in education compared to the other countries in South Asia, especially in Sindh province. The CSS exam comprises 12 subjects, six compulsory and six optional. It requires candidates to strategize their preparation effectively. 

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Many candidates face challenges in time management and fail to give equal attention to each subject. It can impact their overall performance in exams. Even though the FPSC gives a structured syllabus of study and recommends books, some candidates rely on local publications. It can mean that they don’t develop the thinking and reasoning skills needed for exams. 

Among the successful students, 234 are men and 152 are women. It indicates a growing participation of women in Pakistan’s civil service sector. The FPSC has assured that a detailed marks sheet will be available on their website soon. He further added, the successful students will be appointed as Grade-17 officers. Detailed Results can be seen Here.

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