ISLAMABAD: The National Assembly was given information on Friday on applicants who took the Central Superior Services (CSS) Examination in the previous three years.
Candidates were those who earned passing or failing grades in a range of topics in the academic years 2019, 2020, and 2021. In the past three years, at least 54.53% of candidates in Pakistan’s national language, Urdu, failed.
The National Assembly session was given a written answer from the Establishment Division that included information about the candidates.
According to the Establishment Division, just 30% of candidates failed their Urdu exams in 2019, but that number rose to 59% and 73% in 2020 and 2021, respectively. In the past three years, failure rate as a whole was 54.53%.
The research states that over a three-year period, 45,800 candidates out of 49,500 failed the essay writing test. In 2019, 13,328 out of 14,205 candidates failed the essay writing test, while 6% of candidates were successful.
According to the report, only 4% of 2020 candidates passed the essay writing test, with 17,735 out of 18,387 candidates failing. On the other hand, in 2021 at least 14,760 of the 16,887 candidates who showed up failed the subject. In 2021, only 13% of applicants were successful, while 87% of them failed.
The house was informed that the success rate in English was 73% in 2019, with 35,000 out of 49,500 candidates failing the subject. In 2020 and 2021, the success rates were 39% and 92%, respectively.
The percentage of candidates who failed the Pakistan Affairs topic remained 37% in 2019, 71% in 2020, and 46% in 2021. Candidates in Islamiat failed 18% of the time in 2019, 51% in 2020, and 81% in 2021.