CSS Exam Desk

Our mission is to help you understand the intricacies of competitive exams (CSS and PMS) and all general recruitment tests. We provide you with the best authentic content and one-on-one mentorship, and keep you motivated throughout this arduous journey. We make sincere efforts every day to harness your innate capabilities and transform them into success.

  • Before you start preparing for the CSS exam, make sure you meet the eligibility criteria.
  • The optional subjects you choose can have a significant impact on your marks, so it’s important to choose them carefully.
  • Familiarize yourself with the syllabus and past papers. This will help you identify the key topics and areas that you need to focus on.
  • Use reliable and high-quality materials that will help you learn the content effectively.
  • Have a realistic study plan in place. This will help you stay on track. Be adaptable and willing to modify your plan.
  • Never give up. With dedication and hard work, you can achieve anything you set your mind to.
“Responsibility is the price of greatness.” – Winston Churchill.

For those to whom risk and fear are unknown words, and in whom love for nature, respect for mankind, and hard, disciplined work are deeply and naturally engrained, being a civil servant is not a mere tag; it is a life, an emotion. The FPSC prefers candidates who are dedicated to the public interest, neutral in all dealings, able to differentiate facts from opinion, principled in conduct, intellectually and morally upright, and selfless in service.



The civil service is the back-bone of the State. Governments are formed. Governments are defeated; Prime Ministers come and go; Ministers come and go; but you stay on, and therefore, there is a very great responsibility placed on your shoulders. Do your duty as servants to the people and the state, fearlessly and honestly.
—Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
His address to civil servants in Peshawar on April 14, 1948.

I’m often asked by young people how to get ready for the CSS exam; I tell them to prepare themselves smartly with determination, but the real decision is with Allah SWT as to whom He picks to be tested. It’s a tightrope until you finish and retire. If you have been kind to others, Allah SWT always remains kind to you. If you chose this career for the sake of honor, stick to it till the end. You shall have to sacrifice a lot, so be willing to sacrifice and be willing to stand firm. It is often said that nothing ever comes easy when you are trying to build towards your dreams.
Tariq Masood
(17th CTP, PSP)

Since CSS is a competitive exam that hinges on a lot of uncertainty, it is advisable to have a plan B in mind in case plan A fails. Secondly, be consistent and have grit, as these qualities are essential for achieving success, as there’re no shortcuts. Thirdly, I believe that new aspirants should also seek out teachers who have expertise in the relevant subjects. I hold the view that, for phenomenal success, two things are essential: the prayers and support of your loved ones, and your own perseverance, grit, and faith.
Aamina Ihsan
(47th CTP, PAS)

Before you embark on the journey of competitive exams, make sure that you are doing it for the right reasons. Be set to face setbacks and challenges along the way, but never give up on your dreams. Surround yourself with supportive people who believe in you, and celebrate your victories along the way. As Khalil Gibran once said, “Out of suffering have emerged strong souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” Your struggles will not go in vain. They are shaping you into the strong and resilient person you are meant to be.
Sameera Shah

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