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CSS Special Exam is a Myth

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It’s not a wonder that we establish military courts when the regular judiciary cannot deliver. We establish new forms of Police Forces because the regular one cannot deliver. We tend to take a special CSS exam because the vacancies cannot be fulfilled by the regular recruitment procedures. We never try to find where the actual problem lies, thus solving it becomes a long shot.

As far as CSS Special Exam is concerned, there are two things to be asked :

(1) Why the seats remain vacant in the first place?

(2) Does the Prime Minister have any authority to conduct special exams?

Well, the seats remain vacant because the Establishment division allocates people on the basis of the quota system. The quota is not a bad system in itself and it is followed in many developed countries, but it becomes disastrous in our country because the quota is allocated solely on the basis of “Place of Birth”. Article 27 of the constitution says that there should not be any discrimination on the basis of “Place of Birth”. However as “place of birth” remains the base of allocating quota, we can never adopt meritocracy.

The Quota System of Pakistan also hits Punjab pretty badly. If you look at the statistics, you will say that Punjab is getting 50% seats, how there can be any discrimination? But when you will look at the “Qualified candidates VS Vacancies” ratio, you will find out that only Punjab faces the competition.

In Punjab, candidates compete for Vacancies, whereas in other provinces, vacancies compete for candidates.

As far as the other question is concerned, Article 240 of the constitution says that the only parliament has the jurisdiction to decide matters regarding the issues of Federal Government services. The Constitution does not allow the Prime Minister to announce such exams.

Let us wait and watch, as I believe that justice will prevail and the supremacy of the constitution will be upheld.

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Jamsher Hasrat

    May 17, 2020 at 12:55 pm

    Place of birth rules is very good and appropriateed what do you mean you want to take the seats of other province no never

  2. Muhammad Islam

    May 17, 2020 at 1:04 pm

    Awesome 👍

  3. Ali

    May 17, 2020 at 2:04 pm

    The sole purpose of writing this piece is to spread hatred and prejudice.

  4. Anonymous

    May 17, 2020 at 5:11 pm

    yes v need to mend the system which unfairly favours to some and deprive many.

  5. Tabassam munir

    May 31, 2020 at 4:15 am

    It’s a good step….

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Provincial Management Services (PMS) Examination Date Finalized

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According to reliable resources, Provincial Management Service (PMS) examination 2020 is going to be commenced from the 24th of August 2020.

The PMS exams are usually conducted in the months of June-July, but because of COVID-19 the examination date was extended.

According to the reports, PPSC is currently making arrangements for the confirmation of examination centers so that exams can be completed before the 15th of September 2020.

According to the sources, PPSC will make the official announcement in the next coming days.

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Punjab Govt Decided to Open Educational Institutions Under these Strict SOPs

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The Ministry of Education has prepared strict and foolproof Corona related SOPs for opening private and government educational institutions across Punjab. After long meetings and discussions, the government approved the SOPs to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and also to continue the functioning of the education system.

Under the new SOP, no assembly will be held in any school when the school opens, and no breaks will be given to the students. It is mandatory to disinfect all classrooms, staff rooms, and washrooms early in the morning.

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Under SOPs, only two students will be allowed to sit at one desk instead of 3. Students and teachers will not be allowed to give each other pens, pencils, paper rubber, or food. Students and teachers will not be allowed to shake hands.

Under these SOPs, only 3 subjects will be taught in the class – Mathematics, English, Science. Only the homework of the remaining subjects will be given to the students. Only 20 children will be allowed to sit in a class. If there are more students, there will be two shifts in the morning and evening.

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16-years-old Juice Seller From Multan Topped in Matric

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It is said that if a person has the dedication and courage to do something, he can make the impossible possible. A similar example has been set by a brave boy from Multan, who has set an example by working as well as topped in the exams.

Huzaifa, a 16-year-old from Multan, has set an example for all young people, setting an example in the field of education by scoring 1,050 out of 1,100 in her matriculation exams last year.

Huzaifa told his story to a news agency correspondent that “after my father’s death, I started working alone to support my family. While I also had a passion for reading, I did not give up my passion and with full dedication, I worked hard day and night to run the house.

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“I want to be a doctor, but lack of resources is hindering my dream, but if someone helps me, I can fulfill that dream,” Huzaifa said.

On the other hand, the CEO of Education has assured to bear the cost of education of 16-year-old Huzaifa considering his hard work, enthusiasm, and ability.

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