Ultimate CSS Pakistan Affairs Preparation Course

CSS | CSS Pakistan Affairs
PKR 2000

Ultimate CSS Pakistan Affairs Preparation Course

Ultimate CSS Pakistan Affairs Preparation Course

 Diversity in CSS enables people to follow what they like to do while still working in the public interest. Pakistan affairs is among the three compulsory papers of general knowledge, thus, it is a very important subject to focus on. It is worth 100 marks. In this section, the candidates appearing for the exam are to be tested on their knowledge concerning the ideology of Pakistan, its history, resources, politics, and domestic affairs.

Course Overview

  1. Covers all relevant Ideas, Concepts, and Leadership.
  2. Less than 30 days plan for preparation
  3. Questions prepared by toppers of CSS
  4. Vast Variety of questions according to the syllabus
  5. Practice with Past Papers.
  6. Covers theory and analysis.

Pakistan Affairs preparatory course is a less than 30 days course that helps CSS aspirants equip themselves with the best and most relevant data available on the subject. Covering all relevant ideas, history, events and concepts, the course is designed to cater to the requirements of students who have a smart approach to preparation. It has a vast variety of questions with detailed solutions of theory and analysis to ensure that no topic goes without thorough understanding.

The content is elaborated and made more convenient with the help of past papers. Moreover, the Pakistan movement and constitutional history of Pakistan is covered at great length to understand the key concepts of domestic and international politics of the country. If this preparatory course is combined with the Current Affairs course, it will become a wholesome approach for the CSS written exam because these two subjects combined can deliver the best results. The strength of this course is its detailed critical analysis of the events and concepts. This is the approach that makes this course a tool to achieve high scores in an exam that usually has strict standards.


Alishba Abrar & Fatima Qayyum