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In Conversation with Zumr-e-Fatima (FSP) 48th in Pakistan, CSS-2015

In Conversation with Zumr-e-Fatima (FSP) 48th in Pakistan, CSS-2015

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

Zumr-e-Fatima (ZF): I have a diverse academic profile. I completed my Bachelors in Economics from LCWU and later completed my MBA Executive from LSE with high distinction.

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?

ZF: The ultimate question has always been about the purpose of life and serving the people. Ever since I can remember, service has always been there in my mind as it was, and still is, the best medium through which I can serve the people of my country, and give back to the society that has made me what I am today. So yes, becoming a CSP officer has been my childhood dream.

JWT: What feature of FSP attracted you most?

ZF: First of all, I’ll be highly honoured to get the opportunity to represent my country in international fora. Secondly, the Service provides officers with exposure to diverse cultures around the world. And, with the intellectual growth it offers, becoming a part of it is a dream come true.

JWT: How was your experience at the World Times Institute?

ZF: The faculty and administration of WTI were extremely helpful and they addressed all my queries. They provided me, and my batch-fellows, with relevant information and taught me the skills necessary to pass the CSS exam. My experience here with the mentors was definitely memorable in the most positive way.

Watch also Video Interview: Zumr-e-Fatima, Foreign Service of Pakistan (FSP) 48th Position – CSS 2015

 

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

ZF: Primarily, it’s all about grasping the question and comprehending exactly what has been asked, in addition to proper time management. Plus, aspirants must give to-the-point answers that must also exhibit their analytical abilities. They must not beat about the bush just to make the answers lengthy. Quality material and accurate facts, presented in a decent manner make all the difference.

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

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