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Top Reasons for Failure in CSS Examination

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If you have done a BA or BSc and also good at studying, then you must take the CSS exam. This is not just like any other exam but among the toughest exams in Pakistan. All that is needed is hard work and dedication. If we let go of the fear of failure, success will follow in our footsteps. Here we will tell you what are the major reasons for failing in CSS?

1. Pressure:

Some people come to do CSS with a professional degree, such as doctors, engineers, and highly educated personnel, etc. The chances of success in their CSS are high. Because their brains are sharp and capable of storing things quickly, these people are accustomed to hard work and their best hobby is to study, so they have a better chance of success, but a very small number of them appear in CSS exams. Because they worry about making a career after a degree, and the small number that comes for CSS often succeed.

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While a large number of people with general degrees like BA and B.Com come to do CSS. They do not have much interest in reading and look for shortcuts and when they have to study hard for CSS, they often fail to meet the requirements. These are the people who appear the most in CSS examinations, and because of them, it became a popular notion that a large number of aspirants fail in CSS.

People who pass CSS are also one of us, but they have a little more passion for hard work and dedication than us. If we bring that passion inside us, then surely success in CSS is not difficult. If you have passed BA or BSc with good marks, then you must take the CSS exam. Even if you don’t succeed the first time, you will have the motivation to succeed which will bring you closer to the destination.

2. Overconfidence:

If you are a normal student in Matric, FA, FSC, or BA, BSc, but your general knowledge is not good and you want to do something big in the world, please do not come to CSS. Most of the aspirants fail due to overconfidence in their abilities. It has been seen in the statistics that aspirants do not study as much as required by the CSS standard but they think that they will be able to crack the exam by the little knowledge they have, and this is why they get beat down.

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To compete in CSS you need to study for at least seventeen to eighteen hours a day, and if you don’t have this kind of stamina don’t waste your time and instead, you have to be associated with other sections of the society. Watching movies, dramas, sports programs, talk shows and participate in activities you are good at will be beneficial to you.

3. Study Material:

It has been observed that students mostly rely on helping books from different publishers in the market. Most of these materials are totally rubish and out of date, and it is just to confuse students and profit-making for the publishers. Students should prepare from the recommended books and also read the latest research articles on the given topics.

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Reading books, research articles, latest news, online editorials, and opinions will be sufficient to crack the CSS exams. Instead of cramming about world affairs, aspirants should understand and grasp the knowledge and try to link it with different situations. Aspirants, who can write their own analysis & opinions with facts and figures have high chances of clearing CSS exams.

4. Language:

It was officially acknowledged that English has become the biggest problem for CSS examinees. According to the recently released report of the Federal Public Service Commission of Pakistan, the biggest problem for the candidates in the CSS exam is the ‘English’ language. The report also termed the performance of the candidates in the Islamic studies paper as unsatisfactory.

This report has been issued on the failure of the majority of the candidates in the competitive examination. Essential subjects for the CSS exam include essay writing on an important topic, proficiency in English, current affairs, and Islamic studies.

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After the failure of more than 90% of the candidates, the CSS papers were analyzed for the first time in Pakistan, which showed that most of the candidates appearing for the CSS exams have very poor English, especially grammar, due to which they are unable to answer questions appropriately. Most candidates are not able to write a paragraph with mistakes, nor are they able to analyze any topic comprehensively.

5. Subject Selection:

At last, the most important part of the CSS and also a confusing thing for aspirants is to choose optional subjects. Most of the CSS aspirants choose the wrong subjects which results in their failure.

If you can write Urdu on Facebook or copy poems from websites, then don’t think that Urdu is an easy subject for you. You have to have a good knowledge of whatever subject you have to choose. Go for subjects that are interesting and you have good taste in those subjects.

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Start reading the recommended books on the related subject. Choose only one or two highly recommended books. No matter how much knowledge you have in these subjects, make sure you read comprehensively about it.

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PPSC Lecturer All Subjects Preparation Data (MCQs & Past Papers)

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Recently, the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) announced thousands of vacancies for Lecturer in its Education Department. Applicants are applying for these posts and also searching for related material for the preparation of the test. We have gathered important material for the candidates that will help them in the preparation.

Apply for the Lecturer Post: Click Here

List of the Most Important MCQs for the Preparation

Arabic: Click Here

Biology: Click Here

Botany: Click Here

Chemistry: Click Here

Commerce: Click Here

Computer Science: Click Here

Education: Click Here

English: Click Here

GK: Click Here

Geography History: Click Here

Home Economics: Click Here

Islamiyat: Click Here

Journalism: Click Here

Library Science: Click Here

Mathematics: Click Here

Pak Study: Click Here

Persian: Click Here

Philosophy: Click Here

Physical Education: Click Here

Physics: Click Here

Political Science: Click Here

Psychology: Click Here

Social Work: Click Here

Statistics: Click Here

Urdu: Click Here

Zoology: Click Here

We will continuously update and add new material for the preparation. Stay Tuned 

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Young Ph.D Student Commits Suicide due to Harassment from Supervisor (#JusticeforNadiaAshraf)

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Stress, domestic issues, sexual harassment are issues that are causing many people to commit suicide these days. But would suicide in such circumstances be called suicide?

Although the person who creates these conditions should be called a murderer and such an incident should be considered as murder, but our thinking and values ​​are bound by the law, and according to which suicide in any situation will be called suicide.

Nadia Ashraf, a student at Karachi University’s Dr. Panjwani Center for Molecular Medicine and Research, committed suicide after being harassed by her Ph.D. supervisor, Dr. Iqbal Choudhary. After this incident, panic has spread among the students in Dr. Panjwani Center.

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The country’s top authorities should take stern notice of this incident to find out the reasons why Nadia Ashraf, despite being a competent researcher, has not been able to complete her Ph.D. in the last 15 years. What were the reasons that Nadia Ashraf used to tell her close friends that “Dr. Iqbal Choudhary will not allow me to have a Ph.D. and I don’t know what he wants from me.”

These are the words that Nadia Ashraf uttered in her immediate circle before committing suicide. Nadia Ashraf’s close circle also says that Dr. Iqbal Choudhary had imposed his favorite faculty member, Dr. Atiya Al-Wahab, on Nadia to further annoy her, which made her very upset.

Nadia had also revealed that when she took a job in another research organization, Iqbal Choudhary also tried to terminate Nadia Ashraf’s job.

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Nadia Ashraf rejoined the Panjwani Center, took an extension, and submitted her dissertation for Ph.D., but Iqbal Choudhary annoyed her further and asked her to take another 6-month extension. Nadia Ashraf took the extension again because she did not have the strength to compete with Dr. Iqbal Choudhary, the director of the International Center for Chemical and Biological Sciences at Karachi University for 17 years. As a result, Nadia Ashraf, a helpless girl living alone with her mother, embraced death.

Dr. Iqbal Choudhary does not confirm or deny these allegations, but the question remains as to why a promising student who was doing research on a disease such as cancer would commit suicide? And why would she commit suicide after more than 20 years of education?

After the death of Nadia Ashraf, a discussion broke out on social media in which Dr. Iqbal Choudhary is being held responsible for the incident and people are demanding justice.

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Mubashir Ahmed, a user, wrote that “This is another shameful incident in our society, this act will discourage women and their parents. I know that in our justice system it takes a long time to punish the perpetrators, if that happens it will be even more discouraging.”

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Lahore High Court Issued Big Decision Regarding PMS Examination 2020 Date Sheet

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A few days ago, a petition was filed in the Lahore High Court regarding the Provincial Management Services (PMS) Exams in which it was stated that the PPSC wants to conduct the examination from 22 August, but due to COVID-19, the candidates have not been able to prepare properly and PPSC has provided very little time.

The petition also stated that all the bookshops and academies are closed since the beginning of the pandemic, due to which, the candidates did not get the relevant guidance and study materials.

The most important point raised in the petition was that candidates from far areas may face hosteling problems due to corona and may lose their chance of appearing in the exams.

The court today, after hearing both sides, rejected the petitioner’s plea and said in the judgment that the examinations would be held on time.

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