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In Conversation with RAZWAN NAZIR, 27th in Pakistan, CSS-2015

RAZWAN NAZIR

Aspirants must not allow the fear of failure to become a hurdle.

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

Razwan Nazir (RN): All through my educational career, I have studied at public sector institutions. My early education was from government school and college in Chunian, District Kasur. After that, I moved to Government College University (GCU) Lahore and earned my graduation and masters in political science degrees from there.

JWT: Since everyone starts dreaming of a future career in childhood, what were your dreams? Did you always aspire to be a CSP officer?

RN: Yes, in childhood everyone dreams about an illustrious future career and so did I. However, I wanted to complete my higher education first. But, when I joined the GCU, I heard a lot about CSS and found myself in an ambience where everyone was aspiring to join the Civil Service of Pakistan. This inspired me a lot and I decided to chance my arm in CSS and soon after doing my masters, I started preparing for this prestigious exam.

JWT: What feature of PAS attracted you most?

RN: To me, the most attractive part of PAS is the opportunity to make public policy for the people of Pakistan with firsthand experience of problems on the ground. Another striking attraction for me was the vast diversity and mobility in different government, semi-government and autonomous bodies.

JWT: How much helpful did you find Jahangir’s World Times (JWT) in your preparation? And, how was your experience at the World Times Institute?

RN: JWT provides quality material. During interview preparation, WTI gives real guidance about how to get a good score in interview.  

JWT: What, in your opinion, is the key to making a difference in written part of CSS exam?

RN: I think, to make difference in written part of CSS exam, a candidate must deeply study quality books and make his/her own notes. However, while attempting the actual paper, you must focus on objectivity of your answer besides an efficient expression with convincing arguments.  

JWT: Generally, compulsory subjects are considered low-scoring, what was your strategy to get through these very papers?

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