NA committee shows concern over poor CSS exams results


2.09pc students pass CSS exams, 2016

Islamabad—National Assembly Standing Committee on Cabinet Secretariat at a meeting with Rana Muhammad Hayat Khan, MNA in the chair expressed strong displeasure over the poor results of Central Selection System (CSS) exams, 2016 as only 2.09% students were able to pass their exams during the current year.
The Committee directed that FPSC may take stringent measures to increase the percentage of pass students instead of criticizing education system and come up with the proposals to bring certain amendments so that talented students could pass their exams easily. The Committee further directed that FPSC may prepare an analytical report to find out the reasons of decline in percentage and report to the Committee within 30 days.
The Committee appreciated the performance of National Collage of Arts (NCA) and directed that the management of NCA may come up with the proposals to expand its network in other cities so that Committee could support them accordingly.
The Committee discussed the role of OGRA regarding import, agreements and fixation of prices of LNG. The Committee constituted a four member Sub-Committee headed by Rana Muhammad Qasim Noon to examine the issues of OGRA and NCA.
The meeting was attended by Mr. Asad Umar, MNA, Mr. Rasheed Ahmed Khan, MNA, Rana Muhammad Qasim Noon, MNA, Sardar Mansib Ali Dogar, MNA, Malik Ibrar Ahmed, MNA, Syed Javed Ali Shah, MNA, Dr. Mehreen Razzaq Bhutto, MNA, Ms. Parveen Masood Bhatti, MNA, Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddique, MNA, Ms. Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak, MNA, Ms. Shehnaz Saleem, MNA, Ms.Nighat Parveen Mir, MNA, Moulvi Agha Muhammad, MNA, Syed Ali Raza Abidi, MNA, Ms. Seema Muhiuddin Jameeli, MNA, and senior officers of the concerned Ministries/departments.—INP

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