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Subject:- CSS COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 2006 - NUMBER OF VACANCIES


Merit
7.5%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-02, CTG-01, CEG-02, DMG-02, ITG-04, IG-02,
PSP-01, RCTG-01.
Total=15
Common forMale/Female=15
Reserved forFemale=0

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Punjab
50%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-16, CTG-06, CEG-10, DMG-18, FSP-05, ITG-24,
IG-10, PSP-08, RCTG-03

Total=100
Common forMale/Female=90
Reserved forFemale=10

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Sindh(R)
11.4%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-04, CTG-03, CEG-02, DMG-04, FSP-02, ITG-06,
IG-05, PSP-01, POSTAl G-02, RCTG-01

Total=30
Common forMale/Female= 28
Reserved forFemale=02

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Sindh (U)
7.6%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-07, CTG-02, CEG-02, DMG-03, FSP-03, ITG-07,
IG-03, PSP-02, POSTAl G-01.

Total=30
Common forMale/Female= 28
Reserved forFemale=02

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N.W.F.P.
11.5%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-04, CTG-02, CEG-02, DMG-04, FSP-01, ITG-06,
IG-02, PSP-01, RCTG-01.

Total=23
Common forMale/Female= 21
Reserved forFemale=02

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Balochistan
6%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-02, CTG-01, CEG-01, DMG-02, FSP-01, ITG-03,
IG-02, PSP-01.

Total=13
Common forMale/Female= 12
Reserved forFemale=01
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NAFATA
4%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-01, CEG-01, DMG-02, ITG-02, IG-01, PSP-01.

Total=08
Common forMale/Female= 07
Reserved forFemale=01
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A.J.K
2%
Group-wise vacancies=PAAS-02,CTG-01,DMG-01, ITG-02, IG-01, RCTG-01

Total=
08
Common forMale/Female= 08
Reserved forFemale=0

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Total=227

Common forMale/Female= 209
Reserved forFemale=18

Note: Allocation against 10% reserved quota for female candidates will be made from the left over
vacancies against the share of their Province/Region, except merit quota. In case qualified
female candidates are not available , the unfilled vacancies will be carried forward
2. Above distribution of vacancies has been made keeping in view the plus/minus fraction of the last year’s
Examination and carried over vacancies have been added in the respective Groups of the concerned Provinces/Regions.
3. Allocation of candidates to one or the other Service/Occupational Group will be made keeping in view the
suitability of the candidates as determined by the Commission, the merit position, preference of the candidates and the quota
of Provinces/Regions as set out in the Rules for the Examination.
4. The Government, however, reserves the right to fill a smaller or a larger number of vacancies than those
indicated in para 1 above.


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http://www.fpsc.gov.pk/icms/admin/ne...ote%20CE-6.pdf

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Anyone has any info about the news that Secretary Establishment has refused to sign the Allocations 2006 notification sent to him by FPSC? The issue seems to be women quota. Please shed light on this rumour/news.
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hi clockwise and amk


Can u tell me y Establishment Secretary has refused to sign?.Does he want 10% woman qouta r not?kindly specify y he has done it nd what he wants?. I am interested in this matter bcuz my own bro is also allocated in C&CE in this list.kindly intimate early...
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Est. Secretary is not happy with the way women quota has been applied. He is of the view that the women should have 10% quota in each department and should not be assigned the leftover seats from the lower departments. FPSC and Est. Div have been fighting over this issue for a long time. FPSC is of the view that women quota should not be applied from 2006 as it will cause issues and litigation by the candidates suffering. Est. div says its the governments prerogative to change the quotas anytime they like. Lets see what happens.
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thanks clockwise.lets hope 4 the best.

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Merit number 60,61, 63 and 64 from Punjab are in "danger zone" from Punjab as far as Customs is concerned. Regards.
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I am asking about merit number 61 (all pakistan and he is number 44 in punjab).If u have any information,what group he may be allocated in case 10%women qouta is applied afresh ( IT r FSP?)



http://www.css.com.pk/news/Result_CSS2006_Meritlist.htm

His order of preference is Police, DMG , CUSTOMS, FSP , IT.


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