FPSC refuses to retake CSS Screening Test Exam after paper leakage


The Federal Public Service Commission announced on Monday that it would not retake the CSS Screening Test Exam as its paper was leaked soon after the start of the exam.

The FPSC sources said that the paper was leaked after the exam and not before it. If it leaks after the exam, it does not affect the examination process, they added.

They said that after the exam, the paper was uploaded on social media platform Facebook. They informed that 10 pages bearing Serial No 41329 were posted on the Facebook. The pages were put on the table then their images were taken. And these images were posted on some private CSS academy’s FB account.

As per the rules, the examination staff take back answer sheets from every candidate and no candidate is allowed to bring his/her mobile phone.

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