The Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) has officially announced the results of the written part of the CSS Competitive Examination for 2023. This announcement has been eagerly awaited by candidates across Pakistan who have taken this prestigious examination.
FPSC CSS Result 2023 Written Part
A total of 28,024 candidates applied for the CSS Competitive Examination 2023, demonstrating their ambition and determination. Out of these, 13,008 candidates appeared for the written part of the examination. The competition was intense, but 398 candidates managed to pass the written examination, marking a significant milestone in their journey towards a career in civil services.
FPSC CSS Result 2023
The pass percentage among the candidates who appeared for the exam is 3.06%, highlighting the rigorous nature of the CSS examination and the dedication required to succeed. It’s important to note that the results of rejected candidates will remain withheld, in accordance with Rule 16 6 of CSS Competitive Examination Rules, 2019. The details of these candidates can be accessed on the FPSC’s official website at www.fpsc.gov.pk.
For those who have successfully cleared the written part of the CSS Competitive Examination-2023, the journey is far from over. Qualified candidates will be notified about the schedule for the Medical Examination, Psychological Assessment, and Viva Voce. They are advised to regularly visit the FPSC official website to stay informed and updated.
www.fpsc.gov.pk CSS Result
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and correctness of the results, the FPSC reserves the right to rectify any errors or omissions that may arise at any time.
The announcement of the CSS Result 2023 is a momentous occasion for aspiring civil servants in Pakistan. With only a 3.06% pass rate among those who appeared, it’s clear that success in the CSS Competitive Examination requires dedication, hard work, and a deep understanding of the subjects covered.
CSS Result 2023 Written Part
As eligible candidates prepare for the next stages of assessment, they should remain committed to their goal of serving their nation through the civil services. For further updates and information, candidates are encouraged to visit the FPSC’s official website regularly.
In the ever-competitive world of civil service examinations, these results mark the beginning of a promising career for some and a stepping stone towards future attempts for others. Congratulations to all who have made it this far, and best of luck in the stages to come.