FPSC Descriptive Test Notes 2021-22

FPSC Descriptive Test Notes by Aamir Mahar for

F.4-66/2022-R (Appraising/ Valuation officer) & F.4-131/2020-R (Inspector Customs/ Intelligence officer)

Max Marks: 100 | Pass Marks: 40 | Time Allowed: 3 Hours

Syllabus and Study Material for FPSC Descriptive Test

Part-I (English Essay): 40 Marks

Candidates will be required to write an Essay in English comprising 1000 words from a set of four given topics. Candidates are expected to reflect comprehensive knowledge on a selected topic. Candidate’s articulation, expression and technical approach to the style of English Essay writing will be examined.

Part-II (Current Affairs): 30 Marks

Candidates will be expected to demonstrate knowledge on current affairs related to the following:

  1. Kashmir Issue

  2. Pak -US relations

  3. Afghanistan Crisis

  4. CPEC and Pakistan

Part-III (Islamic Studies/Pakistan Studies): 30 Marks

  1. Islamic Studies: Introduction to Islam, Seerah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as Role Model, Status of Woman in Islam, Articles of Faith, Islamic Code of Life, Islamic Concept of Human Rights

  2. Pakistan Studies: Parliamentary democracy in Pakistan under 1973 Constitution, Salient features of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973, Economic Challenges for Pakistan, Major social problems of Pakistan.

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Download Study Material for FPSC Descriptive Test 

  • FPSC Descriptive Test Notes by Aamir Mahar (CPEC and Pakistan, the US policy in South Asia, Kashmir Issue – A historical account of the tragedy) Part – I/ Download in PDF

  • FPSC Descriptive Test Notes by Aamir Mahar (The Salient Features & Amendments of the Constitution of 1973, Status of Woman in Islam, Economic Challenges for Pakistan, Rising Islamophobia in the West, Islamic Concept of Human Rights, Pakistan-US Relations and Afghan Factor) Part – II/ Download in PDF

Note: These topics have been dealt and prepared in detail according to the given syllabus of the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). These notes are updated as of December 2019. To update these notes with the latest developments, click here. Thank you.