FPSC alters CSS 2009 results
FPSC step caused a heartbreak for 13 candidates
Lahore, June 19: The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC), in an unheard of
move, on Friday amended the results of the Central Superior Services
examinations, causing a heartbreak for 13 candidates as their positions stood
The FPSC put down the error to a "system-related glitch". The
positions of 266 candidates had 'correctly been identified as a result of
re-checking of the record', a statement said. The 266 candidates were placed
between 102 and 380 on the merit list.
The results had been announced on
Tuesday. However, the FPSC withdrew the list from its website on Thursday.
Of the 266 candidates, 13 candidates' positions have been
The top 101 positions remained unchanged. Positions from 381
to 895 also were not affected.
The FPSC had announced the final results
of CSS, 2009, for posts under the federal government in BPS-17 on June 15.
However, the results were withdrawn from the website on Thursday.
revised results were posted on commission's website on Friday, the commission's
secrecy wing stated that it discovered a small percentage of system generated
error in the results.
The secrecy wing stated that it extensively
cross-checked the declared results and developed a revised result showing roll
numbers, merit positions, names, domiciles and marks of the candidates, who have
qualified the CSS examinations, 2009.
The comparison of the results
posted on FPSC website on June 15 and June 18 show that 13 candidates' positions
have been downgraded.
The candidates falling at 102 to 108 merit
positions – Malik Ishfaq Khan (Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa), Shah Jehan (Balochistan),
Muhammad Asif Azeem, Hussnain Khalid and Saba Asghar Ali (Punjab), Sumair Noor
and Ayaz Ali (Sindh rural) – have fallen on 201 to 207 positions.
the candidates falling at 109 to 114 merit positions – Iram Saleemi (Punjab),
Aftab Ahmad Khan (NAFATA), Syed Khizar Mohsin Shah and Syed Mosawwir Abbas Shah
(Punjab), Kamran Khan (Sindh rural) and Mirza Hussain (Balochistan) – have
fallen on 375 to 380 positions.
A few candidates, who spoke on
the condition of anonymity, said that they smelt a rat in the revision of
results as it was done for the first time in the history of the commission. They
said the result revision had created confusion among them.According to FCPS data
on the CSS examination 2009, 9,056 candidates had applied, of whom 5,707 (63 per
cent) appeared for the examination. Of them, 905 candidates (15.85 per cent)
qualified the written test. In the final result after a psychological test and
an interview, 895 candidates (683 males and 212 females), including one
disabled, qualified the examination.
Overall top three positions have
been clinched by the Punjab residents. Muhammad Bin Ashraf bagged the first
position with 995 marks, while Dr Najamus Sehar and Asma Ghazanfar Butt secured
second and third positions with 990 and 986 marks. Dawn
"Ok. Good or bad, but many things have happened and this technical issue has become the relic of past.Now i wanat to ask ,why is the allocation process being prolonged which is producing frustration among many.Please Mr.Chairman,Youv been attached to a seat whose foundation rest on decision making so please ..."
Name: Usman Qadri
City, Country: Multan, Pakistan
"it is so pathetic once again in the history of FPSC and second time cosecutively during the chairmanship of the new chairman. It is killing for those whos positions are down graded.Such gross and serious lapeses on the part of PFSC has made the creditbility of the esteemed insitution doubtful and one feels some thing fishy leading towords element of ,, accomodation,,victoms should go to court for relief.This mockery, juke and fun with the brain of the countary be stoped and responcible at any level be punished."
Name: afzaal chaudhry
City, Country:multan pakistan
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ICom classes at GCU
Lahore: The Government College University (GCU) has announced Intermediate
in Commerce (ICom) from upcoming academic session.
The decision in this
regard was taken at the meeting of Academic Programmes and Examination
Regulations Review Committee chaired by GCU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Khalid
The university administration said that the admission schedule for
intermediate classes would be announced after the declaration of matriculation
Giving the details of last year's minimum merit for admissions
to various discipline of intermediate classes, an admissions office spokesman
said that it was 972 marks for pre-engineering, 962 for pre-medical, 905 for
computer sciences, 867 for general sciences and 792 for arts. Professor Khalid
Aftab said GCU had appointed a Director Intermediate so that all FA/FSc students
were supervised in a conducive learning environment that met the approved
curricula of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education and the mission
statement of GCU. The news
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Elementary schools to have IT labs
Lahore: The Punjab government has plans to set up IT labs in all
elementary schools in the province by 2013 to bridge the digital divide in
Similarly, libraries are being set up in schools to promote
book-reading culture among students.
This was stated by Chief Minister's
Taskforce on Elementary Education Chairman Raja Muhammad Anwar during his visit
to Alif Laila Book Bus Service on Friday.
He praised the services of
ALBBS Chairperson Syeda Basarat Kazim for the promotion of book-reading culture
in the marginalised section of society.
Ms Kazim suggested mobile IT
labs for the benefit of students of schools situated in remote areas.I.COM: The
Government College University has announced launch of Intermediate in Commerce
(I.Com) from the next academic session.
The decision to launch I.Com
programme was taken at a meeting of Academic Programmes and Examination
Regulations Review Committee chaired by Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Khalid
The university administration says the admission schedule for
intermediate will be announced soon after the declaration of matriculation
annual examination results by the boards of intermediate and secondary education
across Punjab. The varsity has appointed a director to facilitate and supervise
intermediate students. Dawn
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FJMC new principal
Lahore: Senior Gynaecologist of the Fatima Jinnah Medical College (FJMC) and Sir Ganga Ram
Hospital, Prof Dr Rakhshanda Rehman has assumed charge as principal of the
college. A press statement said Prof Dr Rakhshanda was head of the Obstetrics
/Gynaecology Department at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) and a life time member
of Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) and Society of Gynaecologist &
Obstetricians of Pakistan. The news
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PML-N to send its members' degrees to HEC for verification
Lahore: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has sent certificates of all PML-N members of the National
Assembly, members of the Provincial Assembly and senators to the Higher
Education Commission for verification, a private TV channel reported on
Punjab government's spokesman Pervez Rasheed said the party had
submitted the degrees of its lawmaker to Senate Standing Committee on Education
Chairman Abid Sher Ali, who had forwarded the degrees to the HEC for
He said the party has decided to expel the fake
degree-holders from the party once the final report is received. Daily times
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