Problems Faced by Girls in CSS & PMS
Pursuing a career of one’s own choice is never easy, but it can be especially difficult for girls. Many physical and psychological barriers stand in their way. For example, it can be difficult for them to travel for education and training within and between cities. In addition, girls often face financial challenges, as families in patriarchal societies tend to invest more in their male siblings than female siblings. Finally, there is the added pressure of early marriage after graduation, which can derail a young woman’s career aspirations.
Despite all of these challenges, if a girl is able to succeed in clearing the CSS Exam and securing her dream job, it is a truly remarkable achievement. The CSS Exam, or the Central Superior Services Exam, is a competitive examination in Pakistan that is held annually by the Federal Public Service Commission. It is considered one of the most prestigious exams in the country and is required for entry into the higher ranks of the civil service.
For a girl to not only clear this exam but to do so with a high enough score to secure her dream job is an incredible accomplishment. It requires not only a strong work ethic and dedication to her studies but also resilience and determination, which can be hard to find. It is a testament to the strength and determination of young women everywhere and serves as an inspiration to all those who seek to follow in their footsteps.
It is essential to recognize girls’ struggles and challenges as they pursue their careers and to do everything we can to support and empower them. By providing girls with the education and opportunities they need to succeed, we can help to create a more equal and just society for all. So let us all do our part to support and encourage young women and help them achieve their dreams and ambitions.