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I have two degrees. Both are conflicting degrees (attained in the same year). I had applied for general recruitment tests on the basis of one degree. Should I apply for CSS on the other degree that is actually professional one? Or fpsc will come to know about my degrees? Please respond. Thanks
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I dont know how you got TWO degrees in the same year. BUT for GR/CSS both, document scrutiny comes at the later stages. And frankly FPSC doesnt care and doesnt do background check until and unless you are in the final stages of selection. As far as applying goes, your degree need to be 16 years in total. Thats it
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i think Fps will come to know
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I dont know how you got TWO degrees in the same year. BUT for GR/CSS both, document scrutiny comes at the later stages. And frankly FPSC doesnt care and doesnt do background check until and unless you are in the final stages of selection. As far as applying goes, your degree need to be 16 years in total. Thats it
I was asked to submit my documents for one case. But, I couldn't reach interview stage due to being low in merit.
Fpsc gets intelligence reports of candidates after qualifying CSS, if I hide one degree, will fpsc come to know?
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i think Fps will come to know
Then what should I do? Keep hiding my one degree? It is professional one
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If you got these degrees legally then no problems for you . You can write down names of both degrees. Degree is just what you need to apply for exams. At initial stages ,they don't really check your educational background. They will just allow you to sit in exams. And ,afterwards, you will be required to produce all educational documents. If these degrees are not legal ,then at that time they will take a decision on this thing. And ,if there is a conflict then you can just drop one degree and continue with other one that you think makes you eligible to apply for exams.

So, at this stage , no worries. And i think if you got these degrees legally, then no worries in future too. Best of luck.
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If you got these degrees legally then no problems for you . You can write down names of both degrees. Degree is just what you need to apply for exams. At initial stages ,they don't really check your educational background. They will just allow you to sit in exams. And ,afterwards, you will be required to produce all educational documents. If these degrees are not legal ,then at that time they will take a decision on this thing. And ,if there is a conflict then you can just drop one degree and continue with other one that you think makes you eligible to apply for exams.

So, at this stage , no worries. And i think if you got these degrees legally, then no worries in future too. Best of luck.
Both are bachelors degrees. One is professional, the other is of two years bachelor. Both are regular. And, according to HEC, only of both degrees will be recognized. Now I want to know what is fpsc's policy regarding this?.
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I dont know how you got TWO degrees in the same year. BUT for GR/CSS both, document scrutiny comes at the later stages. And frankly FPSC doesnt care and doesnt do background check until and unless you are in the final stages of selection. As far as applying goes, your degree need to be 16 years in total. Thats it
14 years education is required as minimum education to sit in Css exams
Where is this change of 14 to 16 years mentioned in Css rules and regulations, please share it for the benefit of all future aspirants?
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Both are bachelors degrees. One is professional, the other is of two years bachelor. Both are regular. And, according to HEC, only of both degrees will be recognized. Now I want to know what is fpsc's policy regarding this?.

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