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After a prolonged wait for the aspirants of CE 2016 (Competitive Examination for Central Superior Services commonly known as CSS), the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC), Islamabad notified on April 17th, 2015 regarding the "Revised Scheme and Syllabi of the Competitive Exam". This Syllabi was further improved and rectified in July, 2015.
According to the Public Notice issued by the Commission, the subjects (both Compulsory and Optional) have gone through a major reshuffling of Groups and their Total Marks.
Changes in the Subjects of Competitive Examination in Syllabus for CSS 2016
Changes in Compulsory Subjects
In Compulsory Subjects, "General Knowledge" has undergone a change. The Paper-I of General Knowledge which previously used to be "Everyday Science" has now been converted to "General Science and Ability". As the name indicates, now a portion of this Paper consists of testing the Analytical Ability of the candidates. This analytical portion is of 40 Marks, while the "General Science" portion is of 60 Marks.
Another change in the Compulsory Subjects is the introduction of the paper "Comparative Study of Major Religions" for Non-Muslims as an alternative to "Islamic Studies", if in case they do not wish to appear in the "Islamic Studies" paper. Previously, there was no alternate paper for the Non-Muslim Candidates who were not willing to appear in the "Islamiat" paper, rather their marks in the "Pakistan Affairs" paper were doubled in consideration of their absence from the "Islamiat" paper.