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dear as such there is no proposed changes policies are being annouced. still 2010 is not done then 2011 will come.so its too pre mature to say any thing abt it. stay cool and study never confuse ur self in those matter it will harm ur mind. regards
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mind it, you will be given relaxation up to 5 years but then you need to have at least 16 years of education that means after your intermediate, you need to have 4 years bachelor or 2 years bachelor with 2 years masters. So those aspirants who have B.A degrees of 2 years would have to study 2 more years to sit for the exam . But over all age relaxation would be good.

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when forms of css 2010 will be fulfilled or when forms are to be issue?

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Could anyone please advise on the new policy being implemented for 2011?
I have done O Level (3 years) and currently doing BSc (Hons) from UK (again a 3 years course) so technically I fulfil the requirement of 16 years of education. Would this be considered or 16 years specifically means a Masters degree?

Your advice and views would be much appreciated.

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Rayan for sure nobody is aware of the 2011 policies as its not decided yet but the thing is that your O-levels (3 years), when shown in Pakistan is equivalent to matric. You must be knowing that people with O/A levels need to get equivalency certificates in Pakistan. So My dear brother you are not eligible with the respected degrees.
I'll give you an example relating to that here. You see people doin L.L.B after F.A or A levels but that L.L.B is external. Requirement for L.L.B in Pakistan is graduation. Or an F.A or A levels for L.L.B Hons (A 5-years Programme).

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There is no any notice for 16 years of education in 2011. And it is only a rumour.
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Default new policy for css 2011 : 16 year education compulsory ??

can any one help me about the new policy of fpsc?
i just graduated and i have heard that they have made 16 years of education comulsory ...is it true??
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can any one help me about the new policy of fpsc?
i just graduated and i have heard that they have made 16 years of education comulsory ...is it true??
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wasfa ji i dont hear any kind of information, if may be they make therefore, they announce it at near the examination .

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hi....i want to ask that i have done 2 years of engineering and 2 years of BA...in total i have 16 years of education....i left engineering due to certain reasons and now i have heard that 16 years of eduaction is mandatory....will i be able to sit in the examination??plzz reply
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Wasifa dont worry there will be no any policy because this summary has been rejected by pm.....and the old policy will be followed.remember me in ur prayers

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hi....i want to ask that i have done 2 years of engineering and 2 years of BA...in total i have 16 years of education....i left engineering due to certain reasons and now i have heard that 16 years of eduaction is mandatory....will i be able to sit in the examination??plzz reply
There is no degree of two years engineering. If you are talking about a cut-off degree of $ years hons. Engineering program then i would really sorry to inform you that its just equivalent to graduation. Moreover, if one has 3 degrees of graduation, it would be considered as 14 years of education.
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