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Default compare punjabi vs criminology vs journalism

please compare these 3 subjects
punjabi , criminology and journalism
discuss their syllabus, passing rate, scoring trends
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please compare these 3 subjects
punjabi , criminology and journalism
discuss their syllabus, passing rate, scoring trends
Punjabi is an evergreen subject that is never targeted by FPSC. A lot of candidates score 70 plus in this subject.

The syllabus for criminology is divided nicely into 4 sections which allows one to pick topics for selective study. Candidates have scored well in this subject since its introduction in CE 2016.

Journalism and Mass Communication were previously two subjects which have been combined into one. Don’t know much else about this.

If you go through the forum you can find analyses of scoring trends over the years. I will see if I can find and post the link here.
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No doubt,Punjabi is most scoring and easy subject,on other hand criminology and journalism are also easy but criminology differs in marks and journalism makes itself difficult due to burden of syllabus.

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