We were told there were going to be Civil Service reforms— Zahid Afridi (@zahidshahafridi) 19 May 2019
After 9 months, we get to find the CSS exams will be in Urdu and that’s that
Is this a fucking joke?
Can someone ask them how much of govt. paper is done is urdu ? https://t.co/v57Pvd6UBn— Syed Ali Hyder Kazmi (@S_Ali_H_K) 13 May 2019
Yesterday senate has passed the resolution to held the css exam in urdu.A pristine step for native language.Specially thanks to Siraj ul haq sahib for that step.A great job to promoting our language.— Shehzad Malik (@Shehzad45561779) 14 May 2019
Brother No such reform has been implemented yet and there is very minor chance that such reforms will take hold in css 2020, 2nd there will be option to attempt css in urdu alongside with English no extra paper of urdu will be added just language option is given to Aspirants…— CSS_Forum (@CSSForum1) 16 May 2019
Senate resolution about URDU as a medium of exam for CSS has no legal effect. Even if the law is passed students will have option to attempt in Urdu or English. pic.twitter.com/NnZ1ANV6Oa— Tajamul Hussain (@RizviTajamul) 13 May 2019
This is level 1 bullshit https://t.co/DiyWwZu3VH— Jalal Fida PTI (@jfida10) 19 May 2019
A good news for lower class, as they have passed the Bill after Presentation of JI member. they the CSS exam will be taken in Urdu Too..— Zubair Ahmed Baloch (@banpolitics) 13 May 2019
A good step taken by Government, appreciable.. before, the poor would not be able to pass it due to English compuslion
Senate Passes Resolution for CSS Exams in Urdu— alifaisalkhanptipk (@alifaisalkhanp1) 17 May 2019
A good move to crush the monopoly of a specific segment of society.
Waha ja k file Jo English mn hoti parah nhn sakay ga. U r right but first change the language in the file. Constitution amendment English mn paish kee jati hn aur AP css exam Urdu mn Lena chaytay hn. Must look at the order of task execution what should be done first— NUHMAN UL HAQ (@NUHMAN_YOUSAFZA) 14 May 2019
CSS in urdu now?— Bilal (@Sillly_Point) 13 May 2019
One step forward, two steps back.
Mind your language https://t.co/murNawyZS5— Meer Moeed (@meermoeed) 13 May 2019
We strongly oppose the move to convert CSS syllabus in Urdu.— AsmaaRaja (@indigo2018) 13 May 2019
We must increase our people's capabilities to learn more instead of limiting them.
I recommend we must adopt Arabic as our second language too.
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