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It has been mentioned by one of my kind seniors that there would n't be the facility to have AC in the rooms at CSA....My question to you is,,,,,can anyone arrange for AC by his/her own? how do the probationers survive in extremely hot climate of lahore?
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Dear U Have 2 Serve The Masses. In This Regard U Have 2 Travel In Scorching Heat And Face Difficult Situation. So Forget About Ac. After All U Will Be Serving Poor Nation So Plz Sacrifice 4 Them.
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yup you have heard the right thing but i wonder why are you running at such a high pace as still now we all are waiting for final result and even after that you have to wait for almost an year may be by then the csa academy may adhere to your
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Please go through "Shahab Nama". You will find the consequences in which Qudrat Ullah Shahab passed ICS (Indian Commissioned Service) and in which circumstances he served. What facilities he enjoyed during his service. I think before putting up this question you should must think for the population of Lahore who havent a single fan for the summer season. You wil find yourself The Luckiest then.

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aoa!there z no AC like thng n CSA rooms,its part of training and one should b rough m tough officer....training should b v tough n hard times.wel n STP officers get facilities.thnx
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CSA is a place where one learns to adapt oneself to the upcoming challenges. If somone is looking forward a luxurious life, he or she has enough time to make up or change his mind.
CSA is all about instilling or maturing virtues such as discipline, hard work and consistency.
yes during study tours probationers are exposed to hard times such as scorching heat of july etc and the probationers r supposed to adapt to this life if they are really interested in serving the nation.
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im not sure if this is a perfect question im asking but does this hard training includes 5 ppl staying in one room?????
just wanted to know that approx how many students share one room?or do we enjoy the luxury of having cubicals/individual rooms?
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im not sure if this is a perfect question im asking but does this hard training includes 5 ppl staying in one room?????
just wanted to know that approx how many students share one room?or do we enjoy the luxury of having cubicals/individual rooms?
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Normally there are two or three persons sharing a room. But since this year the number of candidates going to CSA will be greater than ever ( i believe ) your apprehension might be true, that is 5 or even 6 inductees will have to share one room.

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AOA,

With regards to this discussion would be great to know what is the current occupants per room figure at the CSA. Would request some of our respected seniors to shed some light on this. Esp. those who are experiencing it right now?

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Please go through "Shahab Nama". You will find the consequences in which Qudrat Ullah Shahab passed ICS (Indian Commissioned Service) and in which circumstances he served. What facilities he enjoyed during his service. I think before putting up this question you should must think for the population of Lahore who havent a single fan for the summer season. You wil find yourself The Luckiest then.

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Bro All ICS/CSP officers hv ruled the masses... Qudratullah Shuhab ws no exception... by claiming righteousness in self written book won't change the facts......
As for civil servants trained to adopt harshest conditions...... I believe its cliche... Officers make mockery of this.... n probationers @ CSA hv AC in their classroomes ...... so how wud he b trained to rigorous regime for future service......
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