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Would any body take an initiative of making an official appeal to the Govt of Pakistan and FPSC for accommodating the non-allocated successful candidates of CSS at various other posts?
We are doing to writ for the same in Supreme Court. Kindly check thread of Age Relaxation or contact me on my mail.
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How many candidates are being selected?? any idea? we should also appeal to increase number of seats as a number of seats in the governement are lying vacant and retired people are occupying those posts. ZAB government increased number of seats in 1970's to promote harmony among provinces, we must ask the govt to do so as well!!!

furthermore, the difference among the candiadtes expect fr 25 is not more than of one mark each, so they deserve a chance and an allocation as well. otherwise FPSC needs to make the exam more challenging
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Then why is it called a competitive examination?
When it is competitive examination why there is quota system operating? We say we want to bring brilliant people to top positions then shouldnt we appoint only according to merit positions irrespective of quota?
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When it is competitive examination why there is quota system operating? We say we want to bring brilliant people to top positions then shouldnt we appoint only according to merit positions irrespective of quota?
This is the competitive exams only for people of Punjab and KPK.For others,they just need to pass the written portion,and their allocation is confirmed.
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it's a competitive examination within each province. please try to understand that apart from competition we have a federation and to give each province a fair share in federal government the quota operates.
it's like ten people know how to play cricket and ten people know how to play football. you cannot judge both of them on the same scale. people from balochistan or interior sindh lack facilities that cities like lahore provide. so it's natural that some sort of safeguard should be provided to these people
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This is the competitive exams only for people of Punjab and KPK.For others,they just need to pass the written portion,and their allocation is confirmed.
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i second you. but please include also GBFATA in the list.
as i never heard of carry over seats from Punjab, KPK and GBFATA.

there are many carry over seats from sindh and balochistan every year. i know a guy on this forum from sindh has been allocated to PSP while another from punjab higher in merit # than him is not allocated to any group at all.
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When it is competitive examination why there is quota system operating? We say we want to bring brilliant people to top positions then shouldnt we appoint only according to merit positions irrespective of quota?
If its about bringing brilliant people to top then their brilliance should be measured on the time of their birth, otherwise they will be brought up in diverse environments having totally different and unequal amount of facilities. A person who studied from Lahore or Islamabad should never be taken on par with a person who earned his education from FATA or from some farthest village of Balochistan or AJK. If equal facilities are provided to every citizen of Pakistan then i think women quota should also be abolished, but unfortunately it's not one of the cases in Pakistan, as a society we are still divided on the bases of territorial and ethno-linguistic borders. Despite claiming women empowerment slogans we are yet to provision a culture which will not ask for women quota to give them equal opportunities when compared with men.

So quota system will remain until and unless we have a uniform cultural, political, social, economic and administrative unit.
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If its about bringing brilliant people to top then their brilliance should be measured on the time of their birth, otherwise they will be brought up in diverse environments having totally different and unequal amount of facilities. A person who studied from Lahore or Islamabad should never be taken on par with a person who earned his education from FATA or from some farthest village of Balochistan or AJK. If equal facilities are provided to every citizen of Pakistan then i think women quota should also be abolished, but unfortunately it's not one of the cases in Pakistan, as a society we are still divided on the bases of territorial and ethno-linguistic borders. Despite claiming women empowerment slogans we are yet to provision a culture which will not ask for women quota to give them equal opportunities when compared with men.

So quota system will remain until and unless we have a uniform cultural, political, social, economic and administrative unit.
yes you are right. I just stated that without being serious. I never meant to hurt anyone. I also believe this that the people in other provinces donot have those facilities and have to struggle harder. I am sorry if my statement has hurt anyone
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But for quota system too we have to be sincere. There are many people who are living in big cities but utilizing domiciles of remote areas because they once belonged to those cities. So whatever the job is we have to be sincere. And if you just talk about competition then i am not protecting women quota here. I said about whole quota system including women quota. What we have to do is just to be sincere to our beloved homeland and perform our duty with honesty with or without quota :-)
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as i never heard of carry over seats from Punjab, KPK and GBFATA.
Every year available seats to be filled through CSS are announced and allocated to provinces as per fixed quota, in case qualified candidates are less in number than available seats, obviously the seats will remain unfilled as its due share of particular region, how can these be filled by allocating the candidates from other regions/provinces? Hence unfilled vacancies are carried forward to the next year. As the population of Punjab is more hence more candidates apply and and get good merit number hence they fill not only merit seats but also their due share and eventually are no seats are left vacant, same is the case with KPK.
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