Be more careful while setting question papers

Dear Editor,
Through your esteemed daily I would like to request and suggest the APPSC regarding general studies question paper for ensuing exams they are going to conduct. Though I am no one to suggest the highly qualified officers and officials but their repeated unacceptable blunders trigger me to do so. Please verify each and every question whether the given options are correct or not. In the last AE exam also there was a question asking the number of languages mentioned in the Constitution of India for which I know the answer as 22 since I studied about it in my school but to my utter surprise 22 was nowhere to be seen in the options and 18 was given as the highest number which is in fact the correct answer if it was asked in 2003 or earlier.
Another question was about the approximate number of stars in the universe and again the given options were much less than the actual answer. Outsiders laugh at us for such silly blunders. Therefore I again request the concerned authorities to check and verify each and every question before finalising it and refrain from putting outdated questions.
Lastly I would like to suggest you never to ask about any no. 1 player of any game or sport as it changes now then.
The answer for such questions during the instant you set the question paper, during the exam and during the paper checking will be different. Hope you will do the needful and this time comes up with error and vague free question sets.
An aspirant