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How to Select Optional Subjects in PMS Exam

December 23, 2018

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Selection of papers is the most important aspect of Provincial Management Service (PMS) Exam attempt by a candidate. Selection of optional subjects in PMS Exam is little easy as compared with the CSS Exam. Out of PMS Syllabus Groups, a candidate has to select 600 Marks subjects. No doubt that a candidate holds one degree or two degrees in his educational career but he has to select 600 marks from the groups.

No paper is low scoring or high scoring; it is the material which we present in the papers and the level of preparedness.

Here we assume that different candidates with different degrees such as Sciences, Commerce, Arts & Humanities are trying to select subjects for their PMS Exam. Let us discuss one by one with different combinations.

Candidate with Science Subjects

A candidate with degree of sciences such as MSc Chemistry is intending to select 600 marks 06 subjects so the different combinations which are workable may be as under:

  1. Political Science 200 (Group E)
  2. Chemistry 200 (Group D)
  3. Social Work 200 (Group F)

Candidate with Art Subjects

A candidate with degree of Arts such as MA Urdu is intending to select 600 marks 06 subjects so the different combinations which are workable may be as under:

  1. History 200 (Group E)
  2. Urdu 200 (Group G)
  3. Sociology 200 (Group F)

Candidate with Commerce Subjects

A candidate with degree of Arts such as M.Com is intending to select 600 marks 06 papers so the different combinations which are workable may be as under:

  1. Commerce 200 (Group A)
  2. Punjabi 200 (Group G)
  3. Mass Communication 200 (Group E)

Candidate with Law Degrees

A candidate with degree of Arts such as LLB is intending to select 600 marks 06 papers so the different combination which are workable may be as under:

  1. Law 200 (Group E)
  2. Social Work 200 (Group F)
  3. Persian 200 (Group G)

Note: Similarly, some different selection combinations may be made by the candidate keeping in view his/ her interest.



ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A HABIB
Writer is a Punjab Government servant (Pakistan). He writes voluntarily




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