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Optional Subjects in CSS


Significance of Optional Subject Selection:


Following facts will help understanding the significance of optional subjects in qualifying and achieving targets of CSS.

  1. As it is accepted fact that to score high in compulsory subjects is difficult as compared to optional subjects.
  2. There fore, you have to give cover to the compulsory subjects as well.
  3. The threshold for optional should be 60. In this way you can safely qualify written. For example you get at the worst 40 in all compulsory subjects and 60 in all optional papers than it would be 600 to qualify for next stage.
  4. If you fall in 40s ( mix of 40, 45 , 42 etc ) in all compulsory and 55 to 60 ( mix of 60 , 58 , 55 etc ) even than you can safely qualify written.
  5. Now for getting the group of your choice or certain position you have to improve 40s (or 50s) and 60s (or 70s).
  6. It's all the optionals which provide you the confidence of qualifying and reaching to the target.

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS

 

The Federal Public Service Commission has revised the scheme and syllabi of forthcoming CSS Competitive Examination 2016 and onwards.

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The candidates are required to choose optional subjects of 600 marks from following groups as per rules indicated below:

Group-1: One subject of 200 marks can be opted from Accountancy and Auditing, Economics, Computer Science, Political Science, International Relations;

Group-2: One subject of 200 marks or two subjects of 100 marks each can be opted from Physics (200 marks), Chemistry (200 marks), Applied Mathematics (100 marks), Pure Mathematics (100 marks), Statistics (100 marks), Geology (100 marks).

Group-3: One subject of 100 marks can be opted from Business Administration, Public Administration, Governance and Public Policies, Town Planning and Urban-Management.

Group-4: One subject of 100 marks can be opted from History of Pakistan and India, Islamic History and Culture, British History, European History, History of USA.

Group-5: One subject of 100 marks can be opted from Gender Studies, Environmental Sciences, Agriculture and Forestry, Botany, Zoology, English Literature, Urdu Literature.

Group-6: One subject of 100 marks can be opted from Law, Constitutional Law, International Law, Muslim Law and Jurisprudence, Mercantile Law, Criminology, Philosophy.

Group-7: One subject of 100 marks can be opted from Journalism and Mass Communication, Psychology, Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pushto, Balochi, Persian, Arabic.

 

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