Five sisters from KP pass CSS exams in a row

A Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) family has created a unique record in the history of the Civil Superior Services (CSS) examination.

The CSS 2019 result was announced on Thursday, according to which, a total of 23,234 candidates applied, but only 14,521 appeared in the examination. Out of them, only 372 candidates could pass the exam.

Zoha Malik Sher was one of the lucky ones.

#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.

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Hailing from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and living in Islamabad, four of the Sher sisters have previously passed the top competitive exam and are already serving in different government departments.

The eldest sister Laila Malik Sher passed CSS in 2008. She is now serving as a Deputy Commissioner (IR) Regional Tax Office in Islamabad. Shireen Malik Sher cleared the examination in 2010. She is currently the Head of Section in the Cabinet Division.

Besides, Sassi and Marvi joined civil services in 2017. While Dr. Sassi Malik Sher joined the MLCG group, Marvi is posted in the PMS group.

The youngest of the lot, Zoha Malik Sher, was the latest to join the CSS Sisters Club. She was among the 2.5 percent CSS aspirant that cleared the examination this year.? .. Source

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