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Subjects Selection Should be Based on One’s Interest (In Conversation with Shah Fahad 4th Position, CSS-2010)

The interviews of position holders of prestigious CSS examination are permanent feature of Jahangir’s World Times. The prime objective of the interviews is to show the aspirants of the competitive examinations right direction. The position holder is asked variety of questions thus revealing the factors which have been instrumental in his/her success. It is expected that the interviews would play ... Read More »

An Analysis of Past Papers Plays a Vital Role in Scoring Good Marks

Salman Khan Lodhi 12th Position, CSS-2010 Jahangir’s World Times: Please share with us your educational background and achievements. Salman Khan Lodhi: I am an electrical engineer by profession and a graduate of the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. I passed my FSc exam from National Science College, securing overall first position in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, ... Read More »

The Failure in communication is one of the biggest reasons for low scores in interview

Husham Ahmed Cheema Interview Topper Foreign Service of Pakistan 38th Common Introduction After passing FSc. from Cadet College, Hasan Abdal, I did my bachelors in electrical engineering from College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering NUST. Right after graduation I appeared in the CSS exam. After working in the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) for some time, I realised engineering wasn’t ... Read More »

Candidates should put more emphasis on preparing for optional subjects

In my opinion, candidates should put more emphasis on preparing for compulsory subjects as most of the students fail in these subjects. Education and achievements. I graduated from Government College University, Lahore, and did my masters in International Relations from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. I started my career as Sub-Editor in Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation. I was also selected as ‘analyst’ in ... Read More »

A candidate should first get cognizance of the overall pattern of CSS exam.

Throw light on your education and achievements. I passed my primary, middle, matric and intermediate exams with distinction and got scholarships in all exams. I did my BSc Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila. What are the steps for CSS preparation? A candidate should first get cognizance of the overall pattern of CSS exam, including the knowledge ... Read More »

Proper guidance makes us capable enough what to read, how to read and when to read.

Please tell us about yourself, education and achievements I belong to Dera Bugti (Balochistan). So, I took my primary education from home town, while from 6th class to FSc I studied in Dera Ghazi Khan. Lastly, I did BSc from Government Degree College, Usta Muhammad (Balochistan). Throughout my academic career, I always got first division. Then after BSc I could ... Read More »

One must improve one’s writing skill in English because it is the fundamental requirement for written part of the CSS exam.

Kindly tell us about your educational background. I did MA in English Literature and Political Science. I worked as a lecturer for 14 months at Murray College, Sialkot, before joining the Civil Services Academy. What are the pre-requisites for the CSS examination? A second division at graduation level and determination are the foremost pre-requisites for the CSS. First of all, ... Read More »

One must seek proper guidance from seniors (In Conversation with Zain-ul-Abideen Ansari)

Please tell us about your educational background. I belong to district Hyderabad (Sindh) and have done MSc in ‘Criminology’ as well as MBA in Human Resource Management (HRM) from University of Sindh, Jamshoro. It was after doing MBA when I decided to appear in the CSS examination. What type of ability, talent and knowledge should a candidate for CSS examination ... Read More »

Good understanding of subjects which are studied at graduation and master’s level leads to success

Aspirants must keep this thing in minds that the CSS is a doable task. I have done masters in three subjects: Islamic Studies, Political Science and Economics as an external student from University of Balochistan. After graduation in 2005, I passed the exam of Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC) and got the post of ‘Industrial development officer’ (BS-16). During this ... Read More »