CSS stands for Central Superior Services. CSS is the name of the high class bureaucratic authority in Pakistan that works under the supervision of the institutes and offices of the Federal Government of Pakistan. CSS in Pakistan is assigned with the duties of regulating and operating the civilian bureaucratic operations in the country. It also performs operations in directorates, government secretaries and Cabinet of Pakistan as well.
CSS Rules for Admission Test:
CSS Age Limit:
The candidates must be of age between 21 to 30 years and must have Bachelor degree with at least 2nd division.
CSS Qualification Requirement
The candidate must have Bachelor degree with at least 2nd division.
The subjects of CSS are subdivided into the category of Compulsory Subject and Optional Subject. The written test of CSS will comprise the total number of 1200.
CSS Compulsory Subjects 600 Marks
|English (Precis and Composition)||100|
|General Science and Ability||100|
|Islamic Studies OR Comparative Study of Major Religions (For Non-Muslims)||100|
CSS Optional Subjects – 600 Marks Total
Group-I: (To select one subject of 200 marks only)
Group-II: (To select subject(s) of 200 marks only)
Group-III: (To select one subject of 100 marks only)
Group-IV: (To select one subject of 100 marks only)
Group-V: (To select one subject of 100 marks only)
Group-VI: (To select one subject of 100 marks only)
Group-VII: (To select one subject of 100 marks only)
Syllabus for CSS 2018:
CSS Fee 2018:
Fee for CSS exams is Rs. 2200.
List of CSS Groups:
- Commerce & Trade Group
- Customs & Excise Group
- District Management Group
- Foreign Service of Pakistan
- Income Tax Group
- Information Group
- Pakistan Audit & Accounts Service
- Police Service of Pakistan
- Postal Group
- Railways (Commercial & Transportation) Group
CSS 2018 Exam Date:
Every year Competitive Examination held from the mid of February to onwards.
Note-1: Question papers in Urdu or other Pakistani regional languages (Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto and Balochi), Persian and Arabic should be answered in the respective languages unless otherwise directed in the question paper.
Note-2: There will be two papers of 100 marks each of the subjects which carry 200 marks. In other subjects of 100 marks there will be one paper. Each paper will be of 3 hours duration.
Note-3: The candidates should expect some objective type question (MCQ’s) in compulsory and optional papers.