Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background?
Nasir Shahzad (NS): Although my early schooling was in local schools of district Vehari, I did matriculation and FSc from Muzaffargarh. I wanted to be a doctor but fate has something different in store for me. After doing BS English from BZU Multan in 2012, I started preparing for the prestigious PMS exam.
JWT: As everyone starts dreaming of a future career right from childhood, so what were your dreams? Did you always aspire to be a PMS Officer?
NS: No, I actually wanted to become a doctor. My parents also desired the same but I failed to make my dream come true. So, I changed my intentions, and even the academic field. I had secured admission to D. Pharmacy in University of the Punjab; but I left it and decided to go for a degree in English literature. So, you can say that it was after FSc that I decided to become a civil servant.
JWT: What attracted you most toward PMS?
NS: I think without a purpose of accomplishing something really great, life is like a kite without string. To me PMS and CSS are not important, what actually matters is that you never sit idle. You keep setting higher targets and making endeavours to achieve them. This is, I believe, the real essence of human life.
JWT: How much helpful did you find Jahangir’s World Times (JWT) during your preparation?
NS: I have been a regular reader of Jahangir’s World Times as it provides aspirants with updated data and critical analyses on various aspects of international and national issues. Another of its distinguishing features is its motivational factor; it works as an encouragement pill for the beginners. I don’t think there is any other forum where one can find comprehensive guidance on almost all aspects of CSS and PMS exams.
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