Here is why 98 percent students failed in CSS exams

Here is why 98 percent students failed in CSS exams |

ISLAMABAD – Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has issued the Examiner’s Report for the worst results in Central Superior Services (CSS) exams in 2016.

The report reveals that 55 candidates out of 105 got zero in Applied Mathematics subject. Similarly, a candidate had written the question, again and again, to fill space, pages in Agriculture & Forestry.

Some of the students had attempted an examination of the Persian language in Urdu. Only a few managed to perform well in Botany.

According to Daily Dunya, a lot of the CSS exam takers filled the papers of Chemistry and Physics with unnecessary essays which require to the point answers.

The report by FPSC suggests that most of the candidates had grammatical and structural errors in their English papers. Around 5 percent of the people who attempted the Islamic Studies exam failed to explain it while a candidate interestingly filled the exam in the Sindhi language.

80 percent people in Agriculture & Forestry and 55 percent in Applied Mathematics failed in their respective exams. Not even half the number of candidates got half marks in these exams.

Examiners Report recommends a qualification round for CSS aspirants according to which only those candidates will be allowed to sit in the exams who qualify the initial test.

It must be noted here that most of the students who failed their exams were graduates belonging from Punjab University, Peshawar University and Karachi University.

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