FPSC CSS Special Exam 2023 Schedule

FPSC CSS Special Exam 2023 Schedule

CSS special exam 2023 schedule has been released. According to the Federal Public Service Commission, the upper age limit for this examination has been fixed at 35 years. This exam will be open for women and minorities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, only minorities from Punjab, only minority community of Azad Kashmir, open for all candidates of Sindh Rural, open for all Sindh Arb, open for all Balochistan and open for all candidates of Subqa FATA. Interested candidates can apply online till 14 March 2023. The exam will be held on May 14. This exam will be conducted on the basis of MCQs. This exam is being conducted to fill the quota vacancies of these regions.

FPSC CSS special exam 2023 schedule


Students from Karachi stood third in qualifying CE 2021 across Pakistan. The total number of students registered in the written examination was 3942. However only 1742 students appeared for the exam out of which only 33 qualified. A total of 2564 students from Rawalpindi registered for CE 2021 while only 1122 appeared for the exam resulting in only 21 qualifying. A total of 19 candidates from Peshawar qualified the competitive exam 2021 with 1548 attendances and total 4027 registries.

18 candidates from Hyderabad qualified with 901 attendances and 2031 registries. A total of 1563 candidates from Multan registered while only 673 appeared in the exam while 17 candidates from Multan qualified the exam. 12 candidates from both cities in Faisalabad and Gujranwala cleared the competitive exam 2021.

A total of 10 candidates from Bahawalpur qualified in the CSS written exam 2021 with a total of 694 registrations and 277 candidates appeared. Out of 396 candidates who appeared in the examination, eight qualified from Sargodha. Apart from this, only four candidates from Sukkur cleared the exam while a total of 312 candidates from the city appeared in the exam.

Three candidates qualified from DG Khan out of total 133 candidates. From DI Khan, Abbottabad and Quetta, two candidates qualified the examination from each of these cities out of which 142, 461 and 468 candidates appeared respectively. In Gilgit and Larkana, only one candidate from each of these cities qualified the examination while the number of candidates from these two cities stood at 61 and 157 respectively. No candidate qualified from Muzaffarabad where a total of 77 candidates appeared in the examination.