Each year, thousands of people appear for the CSS examination, yet most of them fail to pass the exam, and those who pass it do not score well enough for a good allocation.
It is mainly because people put too much focus on preparing the syllabus while too little effort is given to developing the skill of answer-writing. Consequently, aspirants remain clueless in the exam hall as to how to present their knowledge correctly and effectively.
This course is aimed at instilling the requisite skillset among the students that is needed for meeting the requirements of FPSC and the expectations of the examiner. The course will also aim at providing a roadmap to the students through which they can differentiate themselves from others.
The course will cover the following:
- Structuring the answers to meet the requirements of FPSC
- Understanding Directives and the related change in the structure of answers
- Usage of graphs, charts, diagrams, references, and quotations
- Brainstorming techniques and writing self-explanatory headings