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The civil service is considered a male dominated field, and there may be some truth to it as a result of history and culture. However, as the Pakistani society progresses as a whole, more and more women are appearing in competitive examinations to be part of the prestigious civil services, be it on federal or provincial levels. Regardless, some people still hold the opinion that women should not pursue a...
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National Officers Academy (NOA academy) has a very detailed and practical CSS preparation strategy. It all starts with a 3-day seminar, of which the first 2 days are free. In the first day, students learn the basics of CSS examinations and what they entail, such as, what it is and who can attempt it. They receive detailed insight into what it takes to do CSS and what type of mentality...
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National Officers Academy was created for help with the preparation of CSS, PMS and PCS examinations. Part of the preparation process includes evaluation in multiple forms. It is naïve to believe that one can take classes for preparation but not practice the exam or participate in tests to evaluate themselves and their standing in order to improve their skills. If one does not evaluate themselves then they cannot progress, that...
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National Officers academy was established in 2006 with 30 students. At that time, hardly anyone, except a few who were invested in its success, could imagine it would come this far. Annually, NOA admits over 5000 students across its 6 campuses. Students who are familiar with NOA would know that it has slowly and gradually been expanding over time, which wouldn’t be possible without great demand. Recently, NOA opened a...
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National Officers Academy is the largest CSS/PMS preparatory institute in Pakistan and enrolls thousands of students every year across 6 campuses. Hence, it has to manage hundreds of students on a daily basis and resolve a variety of issues. For this reason, it has established a Universal Access Number (UAN): 051 111 NOA CSS (662 277). The purpose of this helpline is to provide current and prospective students with the...
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