Backwardness of Pakistani Women In CSS Examination

Backwardness of Pakistani Women In CSS Examination

It is an acknowledged fact that no society can be able to achieve a standardized level of development unless it’s every individual come to change the meaning of gender inequality. Where their name of success come then there must be gender equality. In our society gender inequality is common, men are superior to the female. Men can work outside the home at different fields, while women only sit at home and she works at home in cooking, sweeping, dusting etc .if we see women has the important role in our society, Pakistan population percentage shows that there is more ratio of women than male. Yes, no doubt women has the important role in society in the social uplifting and in the economic progress. Thus, gender equality is an essential key to the progress of society and women participation in the functioning of society is as important as mans is. The father of nation Quaid-e- Azam said as early as 11th April in 1947 said that “No society achieves anything unless its women go side by side with men even to the battlefield”. However despite the fact that the world has made tremendous progress and the humanity has witnessed unprecedented advancement in different walks of life. But when we look around, there are Pakistani women is much backward. The conditions of women in Pakistan is not so good may in the field of education. Our women are a pitiable condition. Over 300 years ago, Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai, Quoted in the sur marvi of the tragedy suffered by women at the hands of men, today if we look around us the ruler women in the same condition that Shah Abdul Latiff said. It will be not wrong to say that in our society women face much more, we are in the society wherein a ruler customs and urban norms run high no doubt gender inequality is a common factor in our society. To keeping the society save and educated, the government have taken extraordinary efforts to take forward the confused society at par with men as provided in the constitution of 1973. It was very difficult to reduce the gender inequality and aware the women to come forward with men, especially in the society where high birth rate increase in illiteracy a low GDP, high employment, enhancement in poverty, earlier marriages. In the backwardness of society, the government played their important role to come forward the women in the field of CSS. In the area where males often remained in the majority. The recent landmark decision towards empowerment of women folk in Pakistan has been the government decision to earmark a ten percent quota for females in federal government superior service jobs especially in CSS. Women’s possess the important role in every field either it could be in civil services or another field. Women have improved their power and kept up efforts to reach their destiny. Now its ratio going to increase day by day in every field of services. She fit in every field of work. Women of Pakistan improved as the best Teacher, Doctor, Lawyer, Socialist, Writer, Politician, Speaker, and Banker and so on. In which example of Benazir Bhutto former prime minister of Pakistan, Begum Ashraf Abbasi, Deputy Speaker of National Assembly, Dr Fahmida Mirza, Ex-speaker of National Assembly, Dr Shamshad Hussain, Former Governor of state of Pakistan, professor Rafia Baloch gynecologist the queen of Larkana, Parveen Shakir best poetry composer, Malala Yousif Zai, Madam Culpina Davi best lawyer of Larkana Sindh. A best youngest writer Farzana Chandio Larkana Sindh approximately 16 to 20 newspapers writer. There are so many women’s those had played important role in every field there are many women of Pakistan they have to serve the nation boldly. The government has announced ten % of quota seats for Pakistani women in which seats have been distributed among the provinces of Pakistan. Unfortunately, the Sindh province seats of women remain unfilled every year, I say that it’s a time to come forward and applied for the CSS examination in great number and joined the services. Johan Paul rightly said, “No nation can go forward with half and sometimes even more of its citizens illiterate, ignorant and uncared for. We can dream that one day women folk of Sindh as well as entire Pakistani living miserable lives will be able to lead lives of freedom and justices and where they will not be judged by their sex but by the content of their character and competence this should be our hope and the faith with this faith, we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope.

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