The results of the Central Superior Service (CSS) Examination for 2019 under the Federal Public Service Commission were announced on Thursday, in which the Zoha Malik Sher of Rawalpindi, became the fifth woman to pass the same family, passed the CSS exam. Setting a unique record in Pakistan.
A total of 23,234 candidates had enrolled for the CSS exams, while only 14,521 candidates appeared, out of which only 372 passed the final exam.
Among the successful candidates are Zoha Malik Sher, whose four older sisters have already passed various positions in various government positions.
Reportedly, the eldest of five sisters, Leila Malik Sher, passed the CSS exam in 2008 and is currently the deputy commissioner of the Board of Revenue in Karachi. The other sister Sherman Malik Sher passed the CSS in 2010 and is currently the Director of the National Highway Authority of Islamabad.
Likewise, in 2017, Sasi Malik Sher and Marvi Malik Sher took the CSS exam and both passed it. As being reported, Sasi is currently undergoing training of CEO at Lahore Cantonment, while Marvi is posted as the Assistant Commissioner Abbottabad.
And this Thursday, the youngest sister, Zoha, after passing the CSS exam has set a new and unique record in Pakistan.
This news was shared by Zoha’s sister’s class fellow on social media via a Tweet and that’s how the whole nation found out about her success story:
#Breaking: Proud moment for Sher sisters as the youngest one @zohamaliksher clears CSS 2019 exams. This is a #record as all 5 sisters – Laila (2008), Shireen (2010), Sassi & Marvi (2017) & now Zoha – have cleared CSS exams. 4 of them already serving in different govt depts. pic.twitter.com/AYNPM8dAAh
— Kapil Dev (@KDSindhi) October 10, 2019
More power to you girls!