KARACHI: 94% of the candidates failed in the aptitude test conducted for the recruitment of Finance Director in the government universities of Sindh.
A total of 78 candidates participated in the test, out of which only 5 candidates passed with 60% or more marks and the remaining 73 candidates failed.
These tests were held for the recruitment of permanent director of finance in 25 public universities of the province, however, with the success of only 5 candidates, the ad hocism in the field of finance will continue in the universities of Sindh and more than 20 public universities have non-permanent or acting director of finance. Will work with
Most of the failed candidates are holding high positions in government and non-government departments.
The tests were taken by IBA Karachi and for this the search committee on the recommendation of Secretary Universities and Boards Mureed Rahimo set the passing marks at 60% according to which the passing head was 90 marks in the 150 marks test. If the passing marks were set at 50% as per the pattern of previous recruitments, many more candidates would have cleared the test because according to the results, there are 16 more candidates who have scored 50 to 60% i.e. 75 to 89 marks in the test. .
According to the sources, Shujaat Ali, Jatan Kumar, Muhammad Umair, Syed Jahanzeb and Hasan Javed Memon have cleared the test and all the five candidates have secured 60 to 63 percent marks.
Secretary Universities and Boards has confirmed that only 5 candidates have passed in the test organized under IBA Karachi. On a question, he said that if the passing head of the test is 50% instead of 60%, there is no clear difference. And these seats remain vacant because the number of marks scorers between 50% and 60% is not very high.
Mureed Rahimo said that it is a pity that people with experience in the relevant fields are not able to pass the test which is a question on our education system, the interviews of the 5 candidates who passed will be soon.
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