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roijen Thursday, December 29, 2011 06:49 PM

Forum must have tutors
 
It has become my greatest wish to suggest that if the forum management can attract professional teachers for compulsory and renowned optional subjects, as this is the only deficiency I have found in the threads. Threads are moderated but not tutored. If you can not do this round the year, then at least three months before the exam, so that members can discuss their issues and streamline their efforts with their help. I've just started preparing and felt the need. Also a psychologist for the qualifiers.

This will put an end to the multitude vibrations that resound in the mind even after searching queries. These are many. As some say one should write with headings, others say one should not. Also the idea that those who qualified grab all the privilege of teachers, here and there. These are the people who are just unsure about their success a moment before the result is announced, and in a jiffy they become caretakers. A failure with over seven hundred marks will be ignored, whereas a passed with over six hundred will be greeted, celebrated and sought, not knowing that it defies the logic and its cultural. A professional teacher will just look nice as you do with medal, ribbons and captions. You are the bureaucrats of this forum, they can be the technocrats! :)

Another thing I would suggest to hold a trimonthly forum competitive exam. This is a fanciful idea. But it will help the forum members and moderators in their respective areas. Chit-chats will be curbed and there will be a more room for contribution.

Questions that have not seen their climax should flash regularly rather than they should be knocked to oblivion with each passing day.

Moderators, if you cannot fulfill my wishes then, at the least, be not merciful in deleting the posts that do nothing but muddle the affair and occupy the space of useful posts. I will not care if my posts are deleted; i will get a lesson instead. You know what I am talking about? I do lovingly come here, but I get less proportional to the time i spend.

All my requests are genuine and parallel in serving the purpose of helping aspirants achieve their dreams. I hope these will be fulfilled.

Last Island Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:01 PM

We sure will hire tutors. We will soon announce membership fee so that we could pay them too.

SADIA SHAFIQ Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:07 PM

[QUOTE=Last Island;390566]We sure will hire tutors. We will soon announce membership fee so that we could pay them too.[/QUOTE]

Suggesstion is very good.please do not ignore it. More users 24 hourz online would be fee. .

Last Island Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:09 PM

[QUOTE=SADIA SHAFIQ;390571]More users 24 hourz online would be fee. .[/QUOTE]
You call it a fee? Then consider every senior and old member a tutor.

We are not ignoring it.

SADIA SHAFIQ Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:13 PM

[QUOTE=Last Island;390573]You call it a fee? Then consider every senior and old member a tutor.[/QUOTE]

Nope.please correct me if i am wrong. If members use particular site, refresh it, explore it then this site is entertained by PKR OR like . Like facebook. Am i wrong? If yes then tell me

Last Island Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:14 PM

[QUOTE=SADIA SHAFIQ;390574]Nope.please correct me if i am wrong. If members use particular site, refresh it, explore it then this site is entertained by PKR OR like . Like facebook. Am i wrong? If yes then tell me[/QUOTE]
You are wrong.

prestigious Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:24 PM

[QUOTE=SADIA SHAFIQ;390574]Nope.please correct me if i am wrong. If members use particular site, refresh it, explore it then this site is entertained by [COLOR="DarkGreen"][U]PKR OR like[/U][/COLOR] . Like facebook. Am i wrong? If yes then tell me[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=SADIA SHAFIQ;390571]Suggesstion is very good.please do not ignore it. [U][COLOR="DarkGreen"]More users 24 hourz online would be fee[/COLOR][/U]. .[/QUOTE]
[B][COLOR="DarkGreen"]Please elaborate the above underline statements... : )[/COLOR][/B]

Taimoor Gondal Thursday, December 29, 2011 07:51 PM

first of all thanks to management of forum for running this forum volunterily.
Mam last island is right in this context that to hire a teacher there is a need of money to give him salary.
most of the members of the csp's and there are some highly educated persons are present in the forum.
there are professionals of almost each subject here.
there are many seniors and even junior members who a a lot of knowledge about some specific subjects.
so this forum is already helping a lot for css preparation free of cost.
members should not put such demands in front of management.

roijen Thursday, December 29, 2011 09:42 PM

Posts #3, 5, 7 are notorious for the just mentioned chit-chat. Such posts should be removed from all threads.
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Guys, there is nothing as a free lunch!

I believe the fee will be a fraction of that aspirants pay to the academies, travelling to the academies and living in a hostel and buying irrelevant books/material.

Sometimes we buy a book that we later realize we should not have and sometimes we want to buy core books but don't know where from. Such matters will be easily resolved with tutors.

Moreover, there will be no compulsion for paying for all subjects. If I want to study English, I will not be paying for current affairs. Do academies allow that? Subjects in CSS & PMS are not really the subjects, they are topics! When we go to universities to study these subjects, we need to give presentations, prepare assignments, do case studies, ensure the attendance and take examination in sequence to master the subject. But competitive exam does not demand it. Questions are repeated and one does not get certificate upon passing, or does one? Only a decent grip on the subject with the right guidance will ensure success.

If this suggestion is coupled with holding an indigenous competitive exam, those who cannot pay can benefit by comparing their notes with the so-position holders' of the forum. Moreover it will save time which is also money. Foreseeably, it will not affect the efficiency in guiding and the free registration which members are currently enjoying and which are hallmarks of the forum. We'll be in need to create a Tutor's Section for which there will be fee of tutor, just as we pay the fee to visit a doctor.

It is going to be a very flexible programme. When it is implemented the only need remaining will be the self-exertion and perhaps the libraries for which internet is often doing its job.

Thank you Supermoderator for granting my wish. I am so happy.

Last Island Thursday, December 29, 2011 09:52 PM

[QUOTE=roijen;390625]Posts #3, 5, 7 are notorious for the just mentioned chit-chat. Such posts should be removed from all threads.

Guys, there is nothing as a free lunch!

I believe the fee will be a fraction of that aspirants pay to the academies, travelling to the academies and living in a hostel and buying irrelevant books/material.

Sometimes we buy a book that we later realize we should not have and sometimes we want to buy core books but don't know where from. Such matters will be easily resolved with tutors.

Moreover, there will be no compulsion for paying for all subjects. If I want to study English, I will not be paying for current affairs. Do academies allow that? Subjects in CSS & PMS are not really the subjects, they are topics! When we go to universities to study these subjects, we need to give presentations, prepare assignments, do case studies, ensure the attendance and take examination in sequence to master the subject. But competitive exam does not demand it. Questions are repeated and one does not get certificate upon passing, or does one? Only a decent grip on the subject with the right guidance will ensure success.

If this suggestion is coupled with holding an indigenous competitive exam, those who cannot pay can benefit by comparing their notes with the so-position holders' of the forum. Moreover it will save time which is also money. Foreseeably, it will not affect the efficiency in guiding and the free registration which members are currently enjoying and which are hallmarks of the forum. We'll be in need to create a Tutor's Section for which there will be fee of tutor, just as we pay the fee to visit a doctor.

It is going to be a very flexible programme. When it is implemented the only need remaining will be the self-exertion and perhaps the libraries for which internet is often doing its job.

Thank you Supermoderator for granting my wish. I am so happy.[/QUOTE]

Somewhere you are mistaken. We are not going to make a "Tuition Section" because this way only few will pay and others will manage to get notes and guidance from them free of cost. Forum will be restricted and private. Only paid members will be allowed to enter this forum.


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