CSS written examination results 2010
638 candidates pass CSS written test
Islamabad, Oct 15: Only 8.2 per cent candidates have passed the Central
Superior Services (CSS) 2010 written examination for recruitment in the
federal government's BPS-17, declared the Federal Public Service
Commission (FPSC) here on Thursday.
Out of 7,759 candidates,
who had taken the written examination, only 638 have been declared
successful by the FPSC, says an official announcement. Out of the passed
candidates, 480 are male and 158 female candidates.
It says that initially a total of 11,887 candidates had applied for the CSS examination, but 4,128 did not appear.
"Subject to determination of eligibility as per CSS Rules, place and
schedule of medical examination, psychological assessment and viva voce
will be intimated to candidates in due course of time," it says.
Name: riaz maaz
City, Country:BWP , PAKISTAN
"css is future . my openion that never impress from others and respect ur freedom"
Name: hamza khan
City, Country: peshawar
"it was too hard to pass this year.Because of new pattern of exam.mostly student fail in islamyat and journalism paper.salute to those who pass with flying colors."
Name: amna bibi
City, Country: khairpur mirs Pakistan
"God helps those who help them selves"
Name: Shahzad Gondal
City, Country: Sargodha. pakistan
"working towards success will make you a master. but working towards satisfication makes you a legend. so, strive for excellence & be a legend."
City, Country: khairpur pakistan
"i want to see the result cards of failure condidates of written examination result of css year 2010 plz help"
City, Country: gilgit baltistan
"FPSC should recommend the books for css exams,because lot of time waste on searching books"
City, Country: Mardan,Pakistan
City, Country:lahore pakistan
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Parents resent PEC new exam procedure
Rawalpindi: Punjab Examination Commission's (PEC) decision to
hold this year's annual examination under the new procedure evolved in
2006 will do more harm than good to the students of grade-V and
grade-VIII, parents and teachers said.
The PEC has decided to
introduce Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) procedure this year to assess
the learning ability of the students. But syllabus books, giving
guidelines for the examination, would be published by 2012, teachers and
parents of students said.
"The course that is being taught in
the primary and middle level schools was issued in 2002 but the PEC
decided to conduct the examination under SLOs for which relevant books
are not available," said a private school teacher Amir Anwar.
Explaining the SLOs, the teacher said the PEC introduced outlines for
the examination papers in 2006 and decided to make some amendments in
syllabus and publish new books from 2012. He said when the books were
not available till 2012 how could PEC hold the examination under the new
policy this year.
When contacted Executive District Officer
(education) Malik Mohammad Ashraf said the examinations were being held
in accordance with SLOs for which no specific course books were needed. Dawn
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Computer science book for eighth class yet to be printed
Rawalpindi: Almost six months of the academic session have passed, but
the textbook of computer science for 8th class is still not available
in the market thus leaving the students in a quandary.
the Punjab Textbook Board told 'The News' that Punjab review committee
(PRC) has approved the curriculum of computer science book and now
waiting for the approval of national review committee (NRC). They said
that NRC takes too much time to give NOC for the publication of books
that's why they are afraid that the new syllabus book may not be
published this year.
Earlier, the students were advised by the
teachers to change their subject from computer science to home
economics, Arabic and agriculture etc because there was no other option
for them. But many of the students are still waiting for the new
syllabus of computer science.
Students and parents while talking to
'The News' said that almost six months have passed, but the textbook of
computer sciences is still not available in the market that shows the
inefficiency of the Punjab Textbook Board. The concerned authorities are
taking no action whereas the future of thousands of students is at
stake, they added.
Chaudhary Aslam, a father, said, "I have visited
almost all the bookshops in twin cities to get the book of computer
science for my son, but failed because the new book is reportedly still
not printed. This shows the negligence and lack of interest on part of
the concerned authorities."
He said that when I contacted the Punjab
Textbook Board they told me that the printing of book is still in the
process and soon it would be available in the market, but students are
still waiting for the book.
One Faheem Alam said that the time is
very short, as the final examinations would be conducted in February
2011 and without proper syllabus how would the students prepare for the
annual examination. The authorities should bring the book in the market
as soon as possible.
The official spokesperson of Punjab Textbook
Board Muhammad Abid also confirmed that the Punjab review committee has
passed the curriculum and now they are waiting for the NOC from the
national review committee. He said that national review committee takes
too much time to give NOC, as they read each page of the curriculum and
sometimes it takes a year to give NOC.
Muhammad Abid said that
schools should get course outline of computer sciences for the 8th class
from the Curriculum Wing, Islamabad, to prepare their students for the
annual examinations. The news
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World Hand Washing Day today: Soap available only in 8pc govt schools
Islamabad: As the 'Global Hand-washing Day' is being observed on
Friday, a Unicef-sponsored survey has indicated that soap is available
in merely 8 per cent of government schools and 42 per cent private
schools in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
"Where not available, a
majority of students reported either not washing their hands at all or
washing with just water," according to the survey conducted in 100
public and private schools in the twin cities.
This year, the theme of Global Handwashing Day aims to make the simple, life-saving practice of washing hands a regular habit.
part of celebrating the day, about 80,000 children across the country
will be involved in school events like hand-washing demonstrations and
competitions, painting and drawing contests, local awareness walks and
The national day activities will be launched
in Islamabad on Friday at a ceremony to be presided over by Federal
Minister for Environment Hameedullah Jan Afridi. Community and camp
activities for flood-affected people, including hand-washing
demonstrations and distribution of soap, will also be organised.
year, diarrhoeal diseases and acute respiratory infections cause deaths
of more than 3.5 million children under the age of five.
Pakistan, about 116,013 children die due to diarrhoea each year,
translating into the loss of life of 13 children per hour, says PDHS
Children also suffer disproportionately from sickness
also due to diarrhoeal diseases with almost 25 million cases reported
annually, according to PSML survey for 2006-07.
with soap and water especially after using the toilet and before
handling food helps reduce the incidence of diarrhoeal diseases by over
40 percent; but this simple behaviour is not practiced regularly, Unicef
said in a statement.
In the aftermath of the unprecedented
flooding that devastated large areas of the country and directly
affected over 20 million people, the incidence of water, sanitation and
hygiene related diseases, including acute diarrhoea, among the affected
population is alarming and several cases of cholera have been confirmed.
In this environment, hand washing with soap is vital to
decrease the mortality and morbidity of affected populations, in
particular women and children, said Unicef. Dawn
"hello... i am doing job in PAK TURK khairpur branch.we also celebrate hand washing day. teachers and students participated with great joy and we appreciate this type of activities. you can see pictures regarding this day on our website which is pakturkkhairpurbranch.com thanksss"
Name: amna bibi
City, Country: khairpur mirs pakistan
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The list of who's who behind the blue-eyed teachers
Islamabad: An official document reflects on nepotism and murder of merit
in the official appointments with the Presidency, Prime Minister's
Secretariat, a number of federal ministers and government MPs being
badly exposed to have referred their blue-eyed to the concerned
authorities to get them recruited. Perhaps innocently, the Federal
Directorate of Education has documented who, no matter how powerful, in
the government had referred their favourites to the authorities for
The FDE under the ambit of the Ministry of
Education has compiled a complete list of the candidates for the slots
of teachers along with the references and links that they produced
before the officers of the directorate and has submitted the list before
the ministry. The FDE list contains the names of persons from
Presidency to Prime Minister's Secretariat; from Federal Ministers to
political workers and from federal secretary to section officer, who
wanted their men appointed against the posts of teachers.
the FDE told this correspondent that the list mainly includes those who
could not be selected and the directorate submitted the list before the
Federal Education Minister for further orders. Of these candidates many
were selected later, the sources held. The sources said the FDE
inducted some 1000 teachers of whom 642 were in access and many were
appointed under political and bureaucratic influence. It is the same
recruitment process when FDE was caught appointing dozens of teachers
through fake appointment letters and Director FDE Farzana Gondal
confirmed that teachers had been appointed on fake appointed letters and
were drawing salaries from the national kitty. These fake appointments
were apart from the 642 excess appointments that the FDE has made after
the inception of new government in 2008. Interestingly, the list says
most of the candidates were either ineligible or did not meet the
requirements of the posts. Even a few were just matriculate.
to the official list submitted in the Education Ministry, dozens of
applicants used the reference of Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, Syed Nayyer
Hussain Bokhari, Leader of the House in Senate, Federal Minister for
Labour and Manpower Syed Khursheed Shah, Federal Minister Qamar Zaman
Kaira and Dr Israr Shah, chairman Pakistan People's Party Political
Victim Cell. While the FDE was tried to be influenced by a few
candidates through reference of Federal Minister Nazar Muhammad Gondal,
Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour; Manzoor Wattoo; Ministers of State
Mehreen Anwar Raja, Imtiaz Safdar Warrich, Tasneem Ahmad Quershi;
Senator Abdul Ghafoor Haidri, Faisal Karim Kundi, Sabeen Rizvi, MNA
PML-N, Malik Abrar Ahmad, Senator Razina Alam Khan, Khalida Mansoor MNA,
Senator Mohabat Khan Marri, Senator Ismael Bulehdi, Sardar Muhammad
Mushtaq MNA, Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry MNA, Muhammad Sabir Shah, President
PML-N Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Malik M Jamil MNA, Raja Muhammad Shafqat Khan
Abbasi, Sardar Saleem Haider Khan, Naseer Ahmad Bhutta MNA and
Parliamentary Secretary, ministry of information and broadcasting. Among
the bureaucrats, the official list says dozens of applicants were
backed by M I Kiani, In-charge People's Complaint Cell, Ministry of
Parliamentary Affairs, M Hussain of President Secretariat and Farooq
Sultan, section officer Prime Minister's Secretariat.
From the PM's
Secretariat the officers who referred the candidates to FDE include
Muhammad Zubair Ahmad, Deputy Secretary; Farah Hamid Khan, Deputy
Secretary; Bashir Ahmad Ch, Deputy Secretary; Ali Ahmad Bajwa; Syed
Kazim Hussain; Ghulam Nabi Mangrio, Joint Secretary and Ch Zafar Amin.
the Presidency, DG Admin and Qamar S Abbasi, Director had referred the
candidates to the directorate to get them inducted. Other bureaucrats
include Ali Muhammad Shah, Director Ministry of Commerce; Secretary
Education; Rao Tehsin Ali Khan, DG Minister's office, Information and
Broadcasting, Yasmin Haq, Education Ministry, DG (A&A) Higher
Education Commission; Azeemul Haq Minhas, Ministry of Water and Power;
Feroz Khan, DG National Assembly; Education Secretary Sindh; Director
Ministry of Water and Power; Kanwar Muhammad Dilshad Election Commission
of Pakistan, and Assistant Director PM Task Force on Employment
Generation. While a few PS of the Ministers have also referred their
persons for the said posts; they include Muhammad Arshad, PS to Minister
of State for Defence; Kamran Ali Shah, PS to Minister of Zakat and
Ushr; PS to Minister for Labour and Manpower; and Ashraf Ali Samo, PS
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs.
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City School has new student council
Islamabad: The investiture ceremony of the student council was held at The City School, Capital Campus, here on Thursday.
total of 107 students pledged to uphold the ideals enshrined in the
school code of conduct and to exhibit the highest standards of moral and
ethical behaviour synonymous with the name of the institution.
pledging solidarity to leadership, responsibility and compassion and to
resultantly emerge as enlightened citizens of society at large, students
were decorated with the honours of The City School Student Council.
Director (North) of The City School Safia Cassim and Regional Academic
Coordinator Muhammad Zeeshan Khan were also present on the occasion. A
large gathering of parents along with faculty and students of the school
witnessed the event and cheered the newly-elected student council. The news
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