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Default punjabi is a more scoring subject

aslam alaikum
i feel that punjabi is a more scoring subject but in this forum there is not any valuable material regarding punjabi.i choose punjabi as optional so i want material and suggestions about punjabi.if any other person choose punabi for css then comment on this post and contact me for material exchanging.
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dear jhani_ustad
i have also planned to opt for punjabi in css 2009 exam. gonna start my regular prep after my theses complition in october 2008.
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AOA brothers!
i have also opted punjabi as my optional subject and i am going to appear in css '09. I am starting my perps after my BS(Engineering) May this year.
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Cool to know this naeem. languages are always scoring. best of luck for your CSS .
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how u can say regional languages are more scoring. One cann't get command in any language. I think it is difficult to get numbers but easy to prepare.From school days. we are familiar to this fact that it is not a child's paly to get marks in urdu or any language.Nevertheless one can get good marks by luck and hard work.
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@ Maria:
Well we are not saying it on our own that regional languages are more scoring rather its a fact shown by the stats, as the past results showed that people who had opted punjabi got good marks, exceptions may be there. We heard it from our seniors too. As far as luck is concerned tou it matters on every step of css, its true for every paper but i think that if one have sound knowledge of punjabi and one can write it fluently then he can easily get good marks in this very subject.
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@maria:
i am not saying that every regional language is more scoring.i only said about punjabi.because punjabi is my regional language.if u study the syllabus of punjabi u feel that is very interesting e.g (lokk geet,mahia dholla and classicy poetry , dastanan etc) and that is thr key point.i f u feel interest in any subject.then that subject is more scoring for u.seniors are also recommend to choose regional language because regional languages take very few students. due to this reason checkers give more numbers to inspire students to take this subject.thats why i choose punjabi.but if u don,t feel any interst in punjabi then do,nt take this subject.ALLAH HAFIZ
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salam to all css aspirants going to opt punjabi.
well,scores are always a matter of ur interest in that particular subject,hard work and last but not least ur luck.
so if anybody have an interest in punjabi,he should opt it,coz it is too easy to prepare.but what the problem the most aspirants face in punjabi is to write punjabi fluently and correctly.REMEMBER,it is only PRACTICE of WRITING PUNJABI which is the sole solution to the above mentioned only problem.but dont worry,it is just A GAME OF TWO WEEKS.
BOOKS:

1)JAHANGIR'S PUNJABI
2)ADAB SUMANDAR by DR.ASMAT ULLAH ZAHID

these two books are suffient for examination point of view.and are available at ILMI BOOK HOUSE,URDU BAZAR,LAHORE.
WISH U ALL THE BEST.
I A KLHAN (PAKPATTAN)

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Hi every body . Is there any senior who could help us in preparing objective part of punjabi . Any such guide book or notes that would be beneficial for this purpose ? Thanks in advance
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ebooks for punjabi pls
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