Sir Zaid Naveed appeared for the CSS in 2019 and cleared it in his first attempt, securing an allocation in the Inland Revenue Service. Academically, he did his bachelors from UET Lahore, in Mechatronics and Control Engineering.
Why Sir Zaid loves teaching Punjabi:
I’m extremely fond of reading and writing poetry. During my preparation, I got a chance to Read Punjabi Literature. I found Punjabi poetry, particularly, Classic poetry, extremely meaningful, motivating, and impactful.
After my CSS exams, i started exploring Punjabi literature again. This course is an outcome of my sheer Hard-work and Research. I've tried my best to make this course as much easy and useful as it could be.
Why should you opt for Punjabi:
Punjabi is an evergreen optional subjects for CSS aspirants. With little extra effort, you can score 80+ in this subject. The score in the written part of CSS is very important as it is a major decisive factor in the final allocation.
Beside other advantages like easy to prepare, revise and prepare - especially for the objective portion - it is a very high scoring subject, provided you have right guidelines for you preparation. Thus, it is a perfect choice for CSS aspirants.
The problem that aspirants face while preparation of punjabi is the writing in Punjabi, explanation of classic poetry, and collection of proper references. After taking this course, you won’t be facing any of such problems.