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In Conversation with Murrad Hussain Nekokara, 53rd in Punjab, PMS-2015

Murrad Hussain Nekokara, 53rd in Punjab

JWT magazine and the books published by Jahangir’s World Times Publications helped me a lot in staying updated

Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background?

Murrad Hussain Nekokara (MHN): After completing my matriculation and then intermediate studies from Chenab College, Jhang, I got myself enrolled at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (Islamabad Campus) for higher studies. From this prestigious institution, I graduated in Telecommunication Engineering.

JWT: As everyone starts dreaming of a future career in childhood, so what were your dreams? Did you always aspire to be a PMS Officer?

MHN: Yes, I always aspired to be a PMS Officer. More specifically, besides my own passion, it was my father’s dream that spurred me to pursue a career in Provincial Management Service.

JWT: What attracted you most toward PMS?

MHN: Apart from personal inclination, it had two reasons: the horizontal mobility of PMS in terms of postings both in public and private sectors, and the advantage of serving the people within the boundaries of Punjab – Pakistan’s most populated province.

JWT: How much helpful did you find Jahangir’s World Times (JWT) during your preparation?

MHN: JWT magazine and the books published by Jahangir’s World Times Publications helped me a lot in staying updated on all issues; and, you know, that’s crucial to qualifying any competitive examination. Books for optional subjects by JWT Publications made preparation of notes easy for me, as they were written with perfection and do absolutely fulfil the needs of the addled aspirants.

JWT: What, in your opinion, is the key to getting through compulsory papers, especially the one of General Knowledge?

MHN: One must prepare according to the syllabus for PMS exam. I have noted that only a few aspirants pay heed to the syllabus during the preparation phase. For General Knowledge paper, the case is somewhat different as you need to stay updated on happenings not only in Pakistan but also around the world. You must consult objective-based (MCQs type) encyclopaedias, especially the one published by JWT, for best preparation for this crucial paper.

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