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In Conversation with SYEDA AMNA MOUDOODI, 38th in Pakistan, CSS-2015

SYEDA AMNA MOUDOODI

Excellent presentation skills and a lot of practice of past papers before the exams are also ighly important.

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

Syeda Amna Moudoodi (SAM): I did my O Level and A Level from Lahore Grammar School. Then, I went to FCC, a prestigious educational institution in Lahore, to pursue my bachelor’s in Business Administration. In the senior year of BBA, I decided to go for CSS. Since I wasn’t an outstanding student during my educational career, my success in this exam proves that the much-believed idea that only the high-achievers and the brightest students can get through CSS is completely untrue and unfounded.

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

SAM: I had never thought of becoming a CSP officer; I was always interested in sports and wanted to achieve something extraordinary in this field. However, over the years, I started noticing CSPs around me and their life attracted me a lot. In the final year of my BSc, after getting inspired from my friends who were going to appear in CSS exam, I also mustered up the courage to have a shot at it.

JWT: What feature of PAS attracted you most?

SAM:  As a PAS officer, one can gain maximum field experience when one plays the role of the manager of an entire district. Moreover, as one makes progress in one’s career, one gets opportunities to take active part in policymaking. So, I preferred PAS as I found a lot of dynamism in it.

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?

SAM:  I had a wonderful experience at World Times Institute (WTI). I prepared for written exam as well as interview at WTI. The WTI faculty helped me immensely. They helped me improve my knowledge for the written exam as they focused on almost every crucial aspect required to clear the written exam, and, of course, interview.

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

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