Son of Small Town Mechanic Passes CSS Exam

The Central Superior Services (CSS) one of  Pakistan’s most renowned and respected fields of work. Becoming a bureaucrat is more than just a dream of every young individual out here. Some end up as winners, while the majority ends up learning a lot while preparing for the exam.

Recently, the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) announced the result of CSS 2019. Out of thousands of candidates from around the country, only 372 made it to Pakistan’s bureaucracy this year.

In those 372 who made it to Pakistan’s bureaucracy is Zuhaib Ali who is a son of small town mechanic and his father would be really proud of him. Zuhaib’s father always wanted his children to succeed, which is why he spent a lot of efforts into their education.

Zuhaib passed his FSC from Cadet College Larkana in 2010. Since then, he had only one thing on his mind and that was to become a civil servant and to serve his country Pakistan.

Encouraged by his father, Zuhaib started his mechanical engineering from Mehran University, Sindh and that was the time when Zohaib got the biggest heartbreak as his father passed away in 2012. His old man had dreamed of seeing Zuhaib succeed, and little did he know, that day would come in 2020 when he will make his father feel proud of him.

After his father’s death Zuhaib made it his goal in life to become a CSS qualified bureaucrat. He wanted to fulfill the dreams  of his father. After countless hours burning the midnight oil, Zuhaib Ali cleared CSS 2019. Today, he has been allocated in the Inland Revenue Service of Pakistan and will start his career as Assistant Commissioner (IRS).

With the perfect mix of luck and hard work, this son of a small-town mechanic today is a Pakistani bureaucrat. Only 2.5% of the total candidates passed their CSS exam and he’s one of those.

A video of him being interviewed by a local television network was shared online and Twitter users praised him for his achievement.

Congratulations Zuhaib this is something that motivates all aspirants and teaches ‘nothing can beat a hardwork’.


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