I am highly indebted to Jahangir’s World Times for offering guidance, inspiration and knowledge for achieving my dreams.
Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background?
Raja M. Qasim Janjua (RQJ): I hail from a small village Jhugion-Dhak in Khushab district. After doing matriculation from Sialkot Cantt., I moved to Jauharabad from where I passed the intermediate exam. Then, I joined University of Agriculture Faisalabad for higher studies. Prior to appearing in PMS exam, I have been working as Agricultural Officer in agriculture department, Government of the Punjab.
JWT: Since everyone starts dreaming of a future career right from childhood, what were your dreams? Did you always aspire to be a PMS Officer?
RQJ: Frankly speaking, to be a PMS Officer had never been my dream. I always aspired to join Pakistan Army. It was basically a passion that I inherited from my elders. Although I was selected as Second Lieutenant, I couldn’t join due to some personal reasons. It was only after the completion of my professional education that I decided to go for a competitive examination. I am very happy and thankful to Allah Almighty that he enabled me to achieve all what intended to.
JWT: What attracted you most toward PMS?
RQJ: Provincial Management Service (PMS) is the most prestigious service at provincial level. It provides you with a lot of opportunities to work at most important posts in provincial administration and hence to deliver your best to the society. It offers you vertical as well as horizontal mobility throughout your career. In a nutshell, serving my people at a variety of forums and positions attracted me to join PMS.
JWT: How much helpful did you find Jahangir’s World Times (JWT) during your preparation?
RQJ: I am highly indebted to Jahangir’s World Times for offering guidance, inspiration and knowledge for achieving my dreams. Majority of local books I consulted during the course of my preparation were published by World Times Publications. Moreover, I was a regular reader of JWT throughout my PMS journey. This magazine not only updated my knowledge but also helped a lot to improve my written expression.
JWT: What, in your opinion, is the key to getting through compulsory papers, especially the one of General Knowledge?
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