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June 2011

Vocabulary

Alert: To warn; call to readiness If you had not alerted him in time, he would have been killed by his enemies. Allocate: To allot; distribute; apportion The government has decided to allocate Rs. 10 million for health education. Allude: To intimate; hint; refer to indirectly She was far too polite to allude to the stain on his jacket. Allusion: …

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WORLD IN FOCUS April 2011 May 2011

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Relationship on solid footing: The Central Intelligence Agency issued an unusual statement after a meeting between the US and Pakistani spy chiefs, saying that the relationship between the CIA and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence ‘remains on solid footing. Call for ending slab benefits for domestic electricity consumers: Projecting the annual energy import bill to increase to a whopping $50 …

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Preparing the CSS: Right Thing, Right Time

Take an extra pain by making your own notes. But the question often asked me how to prepare notes. In the previous article, how to prepare English precis and composition was discussed highlighting various techniques and tips to have command over the English subject. Now I will discuss how to prepare the remaining compulsory and optional subjects in a series. …

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Proper Guidance is Necessary and Six Months are Enough for the Preparation

Dr Mohammad Yasir Bazai First position in PCS-2010, (Balochistan) Education and achievements        I did my matriculation from Saint Francis Grammar School in 2003 and got ‘A’ grade. After that, I did FSc from Tameer-i-Nau Public College, Quetta, in first division. Then I did graduation from University of Balochistan, Quetta, as a private candidate. After that, I got admission …

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The Failure in communication is one of the biggest reasons for low scores in interview

Husham Ahmed Cheema Interview Topper Foreign Service of Pakistan 38th Common Introduction After passing FSc. from Cadet College, Hasan Abdal, I did my bachelors in electrical engineering from College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering NUST. Right after graduation I appeared in the CSS exam. After working in the Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) for some time, I realised engineering wasn’t …

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Jahangir’s World Times at Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences, (BUITEMS), Quetta.

Students shared their views by highlighting different aspects of the prevailing energy crisis and its impact on our economy. Jahangir’s World Times arranged a discussion forum in which students of the Department of Economics of Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS) expressed their views on ‘Energy crisis and its impact on the economy of Pakistan’. Their …

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Expected Questions for PMS-2011

English Essay 1.    Disaster management 2.    Global warming 3.    Energy crisis in Pakistan 4.    Woman in Pakistan and status of women in Islam 5.    Media, freedom, problems and suggestions 6.    Socio-political and economic problems of Pakistan 7.    Independence of Judiciary 8.   Clash of Civilisation and hidden objectives of the West. Western biased attitude             …

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Model Paper for PMS General Knowledge

1. The longest highway in the world is:   (a)     Trans-Canada (b)     Trans-Japan (c)  Trans-Iran (d) None of these 2.    The longest highway in the world has a length of: (a)    9000 km    (b)    10000 km (c)    8000 km    (d)    None of these 3.    The country that accounts for nearly one-third of the total tea production of the …

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Css Solved Current Affairs Paper 2011

Q. How Pakistan can reduce foreign debt? Suggest mechanism in Pakistan economy to handle external perspective of Pakistan economy? Ans. To reduce the foreign debt, Pakistan needs the structural changes in its economy. The reliance on external financing has rusted away the country’s economic potential. To minimise the dependence on the external hand, it needs to set its economy on …

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Hamass, Fatah Heading for Unity Govt

Hamas, the militant group known for suicide bombings, rocket attacks and hatred of Israel, is sending subtle signals of moderation as it prepares to join a Palestinian unity government. Hamas officials speak of reconciliation with the West and a halt in armed confrontation with Israel, and even hint at some sort of political accommodation with the Jewish state. While Israel …

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