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Old Friday, December 23, 2011
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At the end of the day...its you who has to take the final decision...If you give more weightage to benefits n positive points of FSP then i think you should go for it...whether being a male or a female...ofcourse some people do have FSP as their 1st preference...so dont get discouraged coz every service has draw backs...like in PSP n DMG we hav too much involvement of politicians and then this media activisim n on the other hand judiciary giving the tough time to bureaucrats nw a days...and everyone calling PSP n DMG as corrupt etc...so we enjoy power in DMG n PSP , it is against a price that has to be paid...similarly there are a lot of positives of FSP but they are there against a price yo be paid which is in the shape of some cons which is v natural and it the same in all services...all services have there pros n cons...but it is you who should decide that what is required as far as you are concerned...look at it wid ur own lense
i m not at all discouraged, on the other hand i am much thankful to you for providing this really needed information, as when we enter the battlefield, we must be aware of weaknesses also, otherwise it can affect our winning strategy
and still FSP is on the top I just want to know few more things.
first of all i want to know when females are posted in other countries (especially the unmarried ones), what is the standard of accomodation they get ? what approx. is the salary and other perks?
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Assalam o alaikum everyone
I just wanted to tell you that FSP is my first choice so better be prepared . I will by the will of ALLAH give a tough time INSHALLAH .
KPK domiciled FSP lovers get your boots on
good luck to everyone and remember me in your duwas . it has been an informative thread .
and its my dream to be a second secretary at MOSCOW . INSHALLAH i will achieve it

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Looking for power? Go for DMG or Police. Even better would be Commissioned Service in Infantry or Armoured Corps of Pakistan Army. Cheers.
assalam o alaikum sir . i am the desperate lover of FSP
i am seeing myself as second sec after 6 years at moscow . remember me in your duaz
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i m not at all discouraged, on the other hand i am much thankful to you for providing this really needed information, as when we enter the battlefield, we must be aware of weaknesses also, otherwise it can affect our winning strategy
and still FSP is on the top I just want to know few more things.
first of all i want to know when females are posted in other countries (especially the unmarried ones), what is the standard of accomodation they get ? what approx. is the salary and other perks?
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good luck bro, but what's so special in Moscow..?
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good luck bro, but what's so special in Moscow..?
Thank you and best of luck to everybody
dear eager why moscow tough question maybe i like this soviet part :-)
russia,kazakh,turkmen,uzbek,tajik etc simple
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To be Honest "NO" power...FSP is not about power, it is about exposure...and one more thing FSP dun stay in Pak for limited time...."aana jana laga rehtta he" there is a whole Foreign Office establishment here in Pak and dat is run by mostly FSP officers...Foreign posting is normally for 3 years or 6 years in a strech,then they get back to pak and stay for 3 yeqrs in Pak and then wait for nxt posting...the time duration between postings vary from case to case...sometimes it takes more time...while being in Pak...FSP officers work on different desks...coordunate with embassies abroad regarding flow of information,attend meetings and welcome delegations coming from coutries related to desk officer is working on...In Pak a BPS-17 Officer gets a normall BPS-17 officer sqlary (around 30,000) a room in Foreign Officers' mess NO car or any servant...when posted abroad USS 3000 Salary, a furnished accomodation and vehicle but with no fuel...fuel khud khud dalwana ho ga bt in some embassies who hav good budget give fuel line too

hope your Q has been addressed...if not plz ask again...i'll try again to answer again...stay blessed
Mr red hawk..AoA.. Any idea of exactly how much salary an ambassador draws? Also what allowances does he /she get? What Other perks are available eg. Cars, travelling expenses, children's education etc. I understand that it depends on what country he/she is posted but I want to know for countries outside the ring of major countries eg. Syria..libya..oman etc. I have tried to find an answer all over the forums but cant find it so I wanted to ask someone who seems to know more about this.
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In which countries usually FSP Officers get posted?
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In which countries usually FSP Officers get posted?
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I want to know about the benefits( car , guards and house ) Fsp officer gets in secretariat ?

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