Choosing subjects and navigating through the syllabus is a challenging task for CSS aspirants. Many candidates lack sufficient information to make informed decisions about subject selection, especially given the time constraints of the FPSC CSS syllabus.
The Central Superior Services (CSS) exam is highly sought after by many aspiring individuals in Pakistan. A significant number of graduates opt to prepare for the CSS exam after completing their education. However, they often find it difficult to choose subjects because they have no clue about the syllabus and division of subjects.
Here are the details about the syllabus
The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has categorized the CSS courses into two main sections:
1) Compulsory Subjects
2) Optional Subjects
The total marks for the CSS written exams amount to 1200, with Compulsory Subjects accounting for 600 marks and Optional Subjects also comprising 600 marks. The Optional Subjects are further classified into groups, and candidates must choose their options based on their background knowledge, interests, and the syllabus of each subject, among other factors.
This course follows the same pattern as the FPSC's written exam syllabus. It aims to assist aspirants in navigating through the courses and complete syllabus, enabling them to select their optional subjects thoughtfully. By taking this course, candidates can adequately prepare for the exam while adhering to the syllabus requirements.