6 Jul 2019

FPSC Syllabus of English Descriptive Test for the Post of Inspector Investigation and Assistant Director FIA

How to Prepare English descriptive Test for Posts of Inspector and Assistant Director FIA

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Federal Public Service Commission is going to take written test for the posts if Inspector Investigation and Assistant Director FIA. FPSC has issued the syllabus of descriptive test. This test is of essay type in English which include essay writing, précis writing, comprehension, correction of sentences, sentences making of the words and narration. So here is the syllabus of that test. Students are advised to prepare for the test by following the given below syllabus chart:

Pass Marks
Essay Writing

Précis Writing
Words/Meanings and sentence Making
Grammatical Correction

How to Prepare Test:
Follow these step to prepare this test well. Never use one means or one book to prepare this test. Consult the sources whatever you have.
1.             Read maximum books you have in you approach
2.              Read DAWN Newspaper on daily basis, especially the editorial pages
3.              Consult the related websites and collect maximum material as you can
4.              Watch the video lectures on YouTube related to your topic
5.              Maximum try to write at your own and get it checked by any teacher
6.              Take a register and make the notes of all important things which you read and read that notes off and on
7.      Also read past papers

Here are some links for useful material

Sample Paper
FPSC Descriptive Test for Assistant Director FIA
Marks: 100                                                  Time : 3hrs
Q1: Write an essay of 500 words on any one of the following topics. 25
1.Role of Media
2.Digital Revolution and Pakistan
3.Role of Democracy
4.Great Nations Win Without Fighting

Q2: Read the passage carefully and answer the following question given at the end.20
Our first human ancestors were a rare species. They lived under precarious conditions, exposes to rigorous of the weather, to the hostility of the wild beasts, and to the dangerous of famine that could be caused by the drought. They possessed no weapon, they probably had not mastered the use of fire and if they had language of any sort, it must have consisted of no more than a few cries. Their one weapon in the struggle for existence was intelligence and intelligence at first was very far from being so powerful a weapon as it has become. The biological usefulness of intelligence consists largely in the possibility of transmitting experience. An animal may learn from another animal what it actually sees done, but it cannot learn through narrative, a man, when he has acquired language, can do so and therefore the intelligence of each individual can become the property of the whole tribe and each generation can hand on to the next a multitude of skills which would be beyond the power of any animal species to transmit.


1. Under what conditions did our ancestors live?
2. How would they possibly have expressed themselves?
3. What weapon did they use in their struggle for existence?
4. How can experience be transmitted without speech?
5. Suggest the suitable title of the passage?

Q3:Make a Precis of the passage and give a suitable title.25

Life is a big school, where we learn many new things every day. We suffer many misfortunes which teach us to discipline ourselves and follow a wise course of action. If we examine ourselves and search our thoughts, we find that we have many weaknesses and drawbacks. Our feelings are not true and sincere and our thoughts are not honourable and just. Our actions are false and dishonest. How can we blame others in such a case? Why should we not check ourselves in our wrong ways? Similarly, we can feel satisfied that others are also human beings and they have their own quota of faults and failures. The golden rule, therefore, is to cease lying and passing painful remarks on others. If we hear any backbiting or lose talk, we ought to turn deaf ear to it. If somebody asks us to do a wrong thing can desists from committing it with courage and apology. If we do anything wrong, we can repent and correct ourselves and keep away from it in future. Nobody asks us to do anything on pistol point. So, let us resolve to follow the right path-the path of those whom Allah Almighty has blesses and not of those whom His wrath has accursed. “Self-discipline, self –restraint and self-control” is the golden rule of life.

Q4:Write the meanings of the given words and use them in sentence.10


Q5: Correct the following sentence. 10

1.He said that he is going to Murree.
2.Let they work hard.
3.It is her who is doing grand task.
4.Two and two make four.
5.He enjoyed the concert.

Q6: Change the narration.  10

1.He said, "It is fine weather here".
2.They said, "What is your name?"
3.She says, "I am not feeling well."
4.They told that they should visit him the next day.
He said, "What are you doing now a days?"

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