Central Superior Service (CSS) Exam is considered one of the toughest tests in Pakistan that only a small chunk of candidates are able to ace. This year’s exam was no different and after a good deal of waiting, the results are now out.
Zoha cleared her written examination in November 2019, and after clearing the final interview now, she has been officially designated in the Office Management Group (OMG). The results were announced on June 17, 2020.
Zoha hails from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and lives in Islamabad. Her sisters Laila Malik is serving as a Deputy Commissioner (IR) Regional Tax Office in Islamabad. Shireen Malik, the second sister is Head of Section in the Cabinet Division. Dr. Sassi Malik Sher joined the MLCG group and Marvi is posted in the PMS group.
The sisters are also making the country proud with their sense of responsibility towards society. Her elder sister Dr. Sassi Malik Sher recently made headlines when she challenged the people’s mentality and encouraged girls to ‘read their nikah-nama’.
Twitter applauding the five sisters
As soon as the result came out yesterday, Zoha has been receiving congratulatory messages from across the country. Also, the power of Pakistani women is being praised.
— Sardar Adnan (@Sardarspeaks) June 17, 2020
CSS Success Story of Proud Daughters ❤
A Very Proud Moment for the Parents as All their Five Daughters are Now CSP Officers. The Youngest One, Zoha Malik Sher made a New Record as All Five Sher sisters, Laila, Shireen, Sassi Sher, Marvi Sher & now Zoha are Bureaucrats#CSS2019 pic.twitter.com/pprK5FKOU6
— Engr Ehsan Tareen (@TareenEhsan) June 17, 2020
— Abdul Rehman (@__medicolegal) June 18, 2020
— Resham Jahangir (@ReshamJPSP) June 18, 2020
— Rais Rehmatullah Palal (@Raispalal) June 17, 2020
Her proud father can’t stop gushing about their daughters. He also in an interview said that his daughters are the pride of Pakistan.
“When my daughters were born people console me rather than congratulating me. But I always knew that they will make me proud more than any son,” he told BBC Urdu. He also said that we always encouraged all of them to join CSS from a very early age.
We wish Zoya a lot of success and happiness. And, we hope the daughters of Pakistan keep making the nation proud.
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