A one-day career counseling workshop on “Civil Services ReformS and CSS Examination” in collaboration with Center for Research and Social Development (CRSD) and Sports and Youth Affairs Department (SYAD) of Government of Sindh was held at Pakistan Study Center, University of Sindh Jamshoro here on Wednesday.
Assistant Commissioner Hazim Bhangwar in his motivational speech said that failure of the candidates in various competitive examinations took place only due to not studying properly.
“Passing the CSS exams is not a difficult task. The thing to do is just to get preparation in the right direction”, he said and added that the competitive examination was not as difficult as it was supposed to be.
“CSS papers need to be solved with proper understanding and technique. The candidates should have a deep understanding of the issues”, he said.
AC Bhangwar informed the youth about his journey to becoming an officer and his present role in the government. He also gave some imperative tips to the aspirants of CSS and apprised them of the modus operandi as to how to solve the question papers in the exams.
Another CSP Ashique Hussain Khoso delivered his lecture on how to prepare CSS and solve question papers.
He said that it was necessary for the candidate to have a complete understanding of the causes and effects of various incidents and issues in order to pass the CSS exams.
He said that during the preparation of CSS, most of the youngsters were seen studying with unnecessary details and irrelevant aspects, due to which they do not succeed in the competitive examinations.
“Nowadays while preparing for competitive exams, candidates should rely on electronic media too and they should plan their studies with fewer than three principles including read, repeat, and retain.
On the occasion, Director Pakistan Study Center Prof. Dr. Shuja Ahmed Mahesar welcomed the guests and described their speeches as informative for the youth.
The event was attended by more than 100 CSS candidates from the University of Sindh (SU), Mehran University of Engineering & Technology (MUET) and Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences (LUMHS) Jamshoro.
The students at the juncture told that the one-day career counseling workshop had greatly motivated them to work hard. “We are now determined to make more efforts to reach our goals.