PM approves special CSS exam to fill 188 vacancies

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

04th May, 2020. 11:36 pm
PM approves special CSS exam to fill 188 vacancies

Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved the special Central Superior Service (CSS) exam to fill 188 vacancies in federal services carried over in last few years.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Establishment Shehzad Arbab took to Twitter and wrote “Balochistan 49, Rural Sind 41, Urban Sind 19, KP 22, ex Fata/GB 16 & AJK 2. We truly believe in giving equal opportunities to all federating units.”

Prior to this while talking to the TV program Shehzad Arbab said that conventionally the CSS Exam would only be taken once a year but there were 188 vacant posts and the exam is only conducted once a year  adding that to fill the vacant posts, the Prime Minister approved the plans to conduct a special CSS exam to fill 188 vacant posts.

The seats have been divided to the aspirants living in ‘underdeveloped areas’ of the country namely Balochistan, Sindh, KPK and FATA/GB.

The advisor added that the CSS Exam is only conducted once a year. Thus, these posts only get carried forward without anyone doing to fill them.

Earlier today, Imran Khan has said that the Corona Relief Tiger Force will assist those in need during this difficult time as the administration is unable to every thing alone in these crucial times.

He was addressing nation about the details of Tiger Force. He was accompanied with Special Assistant on Youth Affairs Usman Dar and State Health Minister Dr Zafar Mirza.

While addressing Prime Minsiter Imran Khan, said this volunteer force formed to meet the challenges presented by the pandemic. The entire world being forced to take steps that haven’t taken in the past 100 years. Lockdown in the country has to be lifted slowly but gradually to mitigate the economic impact on the people of Pakistan.


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