I am Abdullah Ghazi Khan, PMS 2020.
I'll be teaching the Pakistan Studies Course which is one of the compulsory courses in PMS. The structure of this subject is as follows: Pakistan Studies Paper – 100 Marks Objective – 20 Marks and Subjective – 80 Marks (Four questions to be attempted out of seven). A cursory look at the past papers would reveal to you that the difficulty level of Pakistan Studies in PMS is way below many other PMS subjects; therefore, it provides healthy chances of scoring good marks. Every paper has three to four easily attemptable questions. We have designed this course so that after you have completed this course, you will be able to attempt the easy questions and the difficult ones. The course is going to be very interactive. The entire syllabus that has been notified by PPSC has been covered in this Course and it is complete in every sense. The modules of this course shall include lectures on the Pre-Partition Era; Post Partition Era; Democratic Evolution; Governance issues and Foreign Policy of Pakistan and all the topics devised by PPSC. Alongside these modules, we shall try and cover the useful exam techniques, practice questions, and PMS Tips and tricks. This course is catered to make you self-sufficient for the PMS Pakistan Studies exam, so hope candidates utilize this resource. Students who are already enrolled in our PMS/CSS courses will be aware of the fact that there is a strict focus on conceptual clarity regarding various topics. We shall follow the same for this course as it is a bit technical in many aspects.
Besides this, there will be a lot of focus on past paper questions, in particular, which students easily get intimidated by.
Let me assure you that this course will resolve all the misconceptions and confusion about PMS Pakistan Studies.
Regards, Abdullah Ghazi Khan (PMS-2020)