Letters to Editor (April 2017)

Letters to Editor JWT April 2017

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I am a regular reader of, and a subscriber to, Jahangir’s World Times magazine. I want to thank you for your magazine, books and other helping material as they helped me a lot in achieving success. Almost two years back, I applied for the post of Customs Inspector/Intelligence Officer announced by the FPSC. At that time, I didn’t know anything about syllabus, paper pattern and process of the exam. I just studies a guide book published by Jahangir Books and also regularly consulted JWT.

I passed the written test.  But the journey didn’t end here. Next step was interview and, just like the written test, interview was also my first experience. I consulted your Psychological Assessment & Interview Guide. By the grace of Allah Almighty, I stood second in Pakistan – and first in Punjab.

I didn’t go to any institute or academy, but achieved this success by learning only through your books and JWT magazine. I highly appreciate you and your team. Thank you very much Jahangir’s World Times Publications!

Ahmed Bin Sohail


I must pay tribute to your excellent work in the form of JWT magazine for the aspirants for CSS, PMS and other competitive examinations. There is no doubt that JWT provides immense knowledge on national and international affairs. We get much from this mag to prepare current affairs as it provides a lot of stuff on different topics to enhance our knowledge and also vocabulary. Through this letter, I request you to write an article to clarify ambiguity of age relaxation for fresh candidates and government employees. Many of my friends are reluctant to prepare for CSS as they are unsure about their eligibility.

Please guide.

Syed Ghayoor Hussain (Sargodha)


A country having large natural resources is considered the one that has numerous opportunities for economic growth. Pakistan does possess huge, abounding natural resources. However, to reap the benefits of these resources, it is imperative that we have expertise as well as a skilled workforce to exploit the opportunities these gifts of nature offer. To realize the dream of economic development, Pakistan has initiated the biggest project with China, that is, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which would be beneficial for the economies of both countries. Pakistan has huge opportunities to economic growth under the CPEC project. It is high time the government found ways to improve our economic structure and to make CPEC a truly game-changer for the Pakistanis.

Wajahat Abro (Shikarpur )


The Lahore High Court has recently ordered the FPSC to conduct CSS examination 2018 in Urdu language. The order is in line with a verdict of the Supreme Court of Pakistan on the imposition of Urdu language in all public offices. This decision does not mitigate the aspirants’ sufferings and the situation has rather worsened to a great extent. It needs to be understood that the deplorable result of CSS 2016 was not because of the mode or language of the exam; it was the fallout of our ineffective educational infrastructure and strategies which culminate into such appalling outcomes. This dramatic change will be befuddling for the aspirants who have been preparing for years in English language and would heighten their tension leading them toward depression. It has become difficult for them to prepare for CSS papers in Urdu language as they have been taught almost all subjects in English language for years. Given this situation, it would be better to allow aspirants an option between English and Urdu as the medium of their exam.

Shireen Hashim Baloch (Karachi)

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