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CSS Examination

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CSS Examination – Detail of each part.

 

CSS Examination is given for the selection of candidates for services under FPSC, The Commission ensure that selected candidate is perfect in all aspects for the post or service. Candidate has to undergo all the parts of CSS Exam for appointment against a post.

  1. Written Exam
  2. Medical Test
  3. Psychological Test
  4. Viva Voce

Written Exam.

The written exam carries total 1200 marks. For written Exam candidate has to take all compulsory subjects (papers) which carry total 600 marks as well as select subjects from optional subjects which carry total 600 marks. Each paper is given time of 3 hours. There are subjective questions as well as some MCQs. MCQs are to be attempted on computerized OMR Answer sheet, whereas subjective questions are to be attempted on Answer Book. Blue or black ink is allowed only. For qualifying written test a candidate should obtain at least 40% in each compulsory subject and 33% in each of optional subject or 50% in aggregate.

 

COMPULSORY SUBJECTS


COMPULSORY PAPERS

Subject

Marks

Essay 100
English (Precis and Composition) 100

General Knowledge

Everyday science 100
Current Affairs 100
Pakistan Affairs 100
Islamiyat 100

Total

600

Note: The Non-Muslim candidates have the option either to take Islamiat as one of the compulsory subject or otherwise Pakistan Affairs (G.K. Paper-III) will be treated of 200 marks in their case and half of the total marks obtained by them in the paper on Pakistan Affairs (G.K. Paper-III) will be counted in lieu of Islamiat.
A candidate who does not appear in any compulsory subject will not be allowed to appear in the remaining papers of the Examination.

 

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS.

 

Subjects carrying total of 600 marks to be selected

 

OPTIONAL PAPERS

Subject

Marks

GROUP - A

Accountancy & Auditing 200
Economics 200
Business Administration 100
Public Administration 100

GROUP - B

Political Science 200
Agriculture 100
Forestry 100
Sociology 100
Journalism 100

GROUP - C

Pure Mathematics 200
Applied Mathematics 200
Computer Science 100
Statistics 100

GROUP - D
(Science subjects)

Physics 200
Geology 200
Geography 200
Chemistry 200
Botany 200
Zoology 200

GROUP - E
(History Subjects)

Islamic History & Culture 200
Indo-Pak History 200
British History 200
European History 200
History of the USA 100

GROUP - F

Law 200
Constitutional Law 100
Mercantile Law 100
Muslim Law & Jurisprudence 100
International Law 100
International Relations 100

GROUP - G

Philosophy 200
Psychology including Experimental Psychology 200

GROUP - H
(Regional Languages)

Sindhi 100
Pushto 100
Punjabi 100
Balochi 100

GROUP - I
(National & Foreign Languages)

English Literature 200
Urdu 200
Persian 200
Arabic 200

 

Note:

  1. There will be two papers of 100 marks each of the subjects which carry 200 marks. In other subjects there will be one paper. Each
  2. The Question Papers in Urdu or other Pakistani regional languages (Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto and Balochi), Persian and Arabic should be answered in the respective languages or in Urdu/English unless otherwise directed in the question paper. The question paper in Islamiat is to be answered in English or Urdu only. All other papers must be answered in English unless otherwise directed in the Question Paper. Contravention of these instructions will result in the cancellation of the papers and award of ZERO marks in the paper(s) concerned
  3. The candidates are required to select optional subjects carrying a total of 600 marks, but not more than 200 marks from any box/columns, as provided in the columns of rules.

 


 

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Information about CSS Exam

d CSS Exam - General Information
d CSS Exam - Detail of Each Part (Written Part) Subjects
d CSS Exam - Medical Test, Psychological Test, Viva Voce
d CSS Exam - General Tips and Information about applying for CSS Exam

CSS Exam Syllabus

d Syllabus for Compulsory and Optional Subjects of CSS Exam

CSS Exam Past Papers

d Past Papers for CSS Exam

Preparation Help for CSS Exam

d CSS EXAM Preparation Help - Complete Guidelines for Prepation