Federal Public Service Commission on Thursday announced the results for the Central Superior Service (CSS) Exam 2020, with the passing ratio falling down from last year's 3% to less than 2% this year.
In this year's attempt only 1.96% of candidates were able to pass the competitive exam among the 18,553 candidates who appeared for it, the post-result statement said.
Three hundred and seventy-six candidates passed the written exam out of the 18,553 candidates. Of the 376 people, 226 were male, and 138 were female.
The total candidates who were recommended for appointment are 221 — 142 male and 79 female.
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