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if there are any changes in the css 2012 why arnt the fpsc people announcing it ??
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i have heard that FPSc is taking step regarding age relaxation (28 to 32) and syllabus.my sorce is express news,sana news, and Dawn news paper 24 jan.if it is,then it is a good step,nw i have only one chance (css2012),but i am worried about age relaxatin

shampoon bro, tell me current situation about age relaxtion, agr government chali gay tu humri sari efforts waste hu jain gi,plz kuch karian, i join ur group for age relaxtion,plz give me ur contact number

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The strength of any system depends on the nature of its flexibility and adoptability of the new challenges that emerges with the passage of time. The previous government cut down the age limit for the CSS exams along with other modifications in the system, with the mood of bringing effectiveness in the bureaucracy. Although, the intention to reform the system in public interest was a positive step but shadowed by myopic vision. A report presented to government by International Crisis Group In February 2010 stated, Pakistan's Civil Services as "incapable of providing effective governance and basic public services". The purpose of the CSS exam is not only to provide job opportunities but to select the best out of the best, from the certain percentage of the population to serve the rest. This instigates a comprehensive criterion for the selection of the CSS exams that must cover the whole energetic and educated lot of the population.
The aim of formulating any “criterion” is to set standards for the competition, alone. So, the question arises, whether the current policy, for the selection of CSS exams, meets the standard? International criterion defines “youth” as, the actual strength of any country (20 to 30 years of age), decisive, responsible, strong, educated and at the same time aptly experienced.
Instead of, accomplishing the benchmark, the CSS selection scheme capsule the age limit between 21 to 28 years, technically, it cut three years short in contrast to international opinion. The existing “age limit” for the selection of CSS provides less space for maneuverability’s, because; CSS itself is a full time job having its own demands. As, the unparalleled education system caused favor in CSS age limit, So, the economic and social conditions do not provide equal opportunities to all, as well. Interestingly, law granted two years age relaxation to the government employee but do not cover the whole spectrum of enthusiastic youth.
The prevailing “market mechanism” is witnessing a transformational changes due to the army of M.Phil and PhD students that replacing the bulk of fourteen’s and sixteen’s. At least, one’s requires a Master degree to cope with new market ultimatums. So, the present precept, regarding to the “age limit”, does not promote the necessity of having knowledge, if, promotes than with little space that even most of the aspirants cannot utilize “all three chances” of appearing in CSS exams.
There is a dire need to bring prudent and comprehensive reforms in the selection criterion for competitive exams that not only cater the needs of the youth but facilitate in the positive progress of the country. That should absorb all the changing realities with passage of time. Attention is required in, (a) age limit, (b) scheme of the exam, (c) criterion of the subjects and papers.
The government must take some practical steps in this regard; extending the age limit will not force government to produce new jobs, instead will generate a decent competition. By making the scheme of the exams more analytical and extending the age limit will move FPSC in more command able position to select “best from good”. Increase in age is directly proportion in the increase of suitable competition, because it depicts the old repeating saga that ends with the same lines, that Pakistan has immense resources of coal, gas, copper, gold, hydroelectricity, wind, solar energy etc, Alas, it has tapped nothing.
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Dear hannasohail, we are going to put our case in the court with the help of Human rights commission. As the literacy rate of Pakistan is not satisfactory so that the age reducing decision is totally against the basic human rights of people of Pakistan. besides these, in our neighbor countries like India and Bangladesh, there minimum age limit for competitive exam is 30 years and their quality of education is far better than that of Pakistan. so please do strenghten our hands and join us our group at facebook as "css 2012 age relaxation". this is the time of practical struggle rather than writing in Dawn in letters to editor. from one decade css aspirants are writing regarding their concerns but Govt: is not heeding upon this severe issue. please join us our group. regards

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i have heard that FPSc is taking step regarding age relaxation (28 to 32) and syllabus.my sorce is express news,sana news, and Dawn news paper 24 jan.if it is,then it is a good step,nw i have only one chance (css2012),but i am worried about age relaxatin

shampoon bro, tell me current situation about age relaxtion, agr government chali gay tu humri sari efforts waste hu jain gi,plz kuch karian, i join ur group for age relaxtion,plz give me ur contact number
brother my contact number is 03*********. we are doing our level best in connection to reinstate the age limit rule. you must join our group at facebook as "css 2012 age relaxation". we are going to put our case in the court.

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i have heard that FPSc is taking step regarding age relaxation (28 to 32) and syllabus.my sorce is express news,sana news, and Dawn news paper 24 jan.if it is,then it is a good step,nw i have only one chance (css2012),but i am worried about age relaxatin

shampoon bro, tell me current situation about age relaxtion, agr government chali gay tu humri sari efforts waste hu jain gi,plz kuch karian, i join ur group for age relaxtion,plz give me ur contact number
Dear hannasohail, we are going to put our case in the court with the help of Human rights commission. As the literacy rate of Pakistan is not satisfactory so that the age reducing decision is totally against the basic human rights of people of Pakistan. besides these, in our neighbor countries like India and Bangladesh, there minimum age limit for competitive exam is 30 years and their quality of education is far better than that of Pakistan. so please do strenghten our hands and join us our group at facebook as "css 2012 age relaxation". this is the time of practical struggle rather than writing in Dawn in letters to editor. from one decade css aspirants are writing regarding their concerns but Govt: is not heeding upon this severe issue. please join us our group. regards

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AGE MUST BE RELAXED.............

16 years of education with 35 years of general age relaxation.

CSS exam age relaxation for CSS 2012 – by Shamoon Qureshi*|*Let Us Build Pakistan
definitely, css exam should held under the canopy of old rule i.e before musharraf's regime. let us unite and join the group of shamoon qureshi to abolish the current rule of css age limit. join our group at facebook as (css 2012 age relaxation).

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Please do share your cell numbers so that we may come in contact with one another instantly. let the protest held at press clubs in your jurisdiction. my cell number is *********

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KEMIST my no is ******* nd i m living in islamabad and i m fully agree that its time to knock at the court's door for our legitimate rights.

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