ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister on Institutional Reforms Dr Ishrat Hussain on Thursday denied reducing down the age bar for college students making use of for the Central Superior Companies (CSS) exams, ARY NEWS reported.
He rejected stories of any modifications made within the age restrict both for the federal government staff or common candidates showing within the aggressive exams.
The age restrict for the candidates making use of for the CSS papers is ready at 30 years whereas a rest of two extra years is utilized for the federal government staff.
The adviser additionally rubbished apart the stories of any modifications made within the quota reserved for sure components of the nation within the CSS exams.
A quota is reserved for the scholars showing within the check from rural and underdeveloped components of the nation.
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On October 11, the Federal Public Service Fee (FPSC) introduced the outcomes of the 2019 CSS written examination. As many as 14500 candidates appeared within the examination out of which solely 372 handed the written examination.
The move proportion of the examination was 2.56%.
From subsequent 12 months, the Central Superior Companies (CSS) aspirants would now first bear a obligatory screening check earlier than being permitted to take the aggressive examination.
Prime Minister Imran Khan had already authorized the screening check choice.