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Old Saturday, June 02, 2018
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Unhappy To attempt Pak Affair and Islamiya in Urdu or English?

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Dear All,

I am confused about the language medium (English or Urdu) to attempt Pak Affair and Islamiyat. Which counts and more scoring option?

Please help on it.

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Old Saturday, June 16, 2018
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You can only write islamiat in Urdu or English. Pakistan affairs paper have to attempt in English only.

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