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In Conversation with Muhammad Nabil (PSP) 53rd in Pakistan, CSS-2015

Muhammad Nabil (PSP) 53rd in Pakistan

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

Muhammad Nabil (MN): I belong to Shampur Khokhran, a village in district Gujrat. I got primary and secondary education from my native village. Then, for higher secondary education, I went to Government Islamia College Civil Lines Lahore and did my FSc (Premedical). After that I graduated from University of the Punjab as a private candidate and did MBA (Finance) from PU’s Gujranwala Campus.

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

MN: Frankly speaking, I had no idea about CSS or PMS exams till I visited Civil Services Academy (CSA) in Lahore in 2010. Since I had a master’s degree in business administration, I was naturally inclined to business. However, after the CSA visit, I developed a strong liking for civil services. So, I appeared in CSS examination in 2012 but couldn’t qualify, however I did get through PMS 2012. I appeared in CSS 2015 and by the grace of Almighty, I was successful this time.

JWT: What feature of PSP attracted you most?

MN: PSP is among the most cherished groups in the Civil Services of Pakistan. It’s not a service only; it’s a way of life, a completely different lifestyle. It’s an honour and prestige to be part of the prestigious Police Service of Pakistan. It’s a stage to be the saviour of mankind. I think, as a police officer, I would be better able to do a lot for the masses, especially for the marginalized segments of our society.

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

MN: Jahangir’s World Times proved immensely helpful to me during my preparations for CSS exam. For the in-job aspirants, it is very difficult to spare time for studies, so one cannot go through different books to enhance one’s knowledge base. In this case magazines like JWT are best readymade material for persons like me who don’t have enough time to prepare for the exam.

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


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