Germany: Five sisters from Haripur district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have made history which is a matter of pride. Five sisters Laila Malik sher, Zoha Malik sher, Marvi Malik Sher, Shireen Malik sher and Sassi Malik Sher have achieved good marks in CSS Exam which is a living example for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa women.
“My entire success is because of prayers of the parents and family,” said Sassi Malik sher while talking to international media global times Europe and Fata Voice News Agency, Whatever we five sisters have achieved is purely because of our parent’s prayers. It is very important for women to get an education because getting an education can serve the country and the nation.”It is requested to parents to play an important role in getting their daughter’s education so that they can serve the country and nation tomorrow.
Sassi Malik’s sher father Muhammad Rafeeq Awan said, that education is one of the reasons for success, but success requires hard work and dedication, which makes a person on the path to success.
All five sisters have set a unique record to clear CSS examination and join bureaucracy.
The eldest of the five sisters, Leila Sher Malik, passed the CSS examination in 2008. She currently serves as the Deputy Commissioner at the Board of Revenue in Karachi. She cleared the exam at the age of 21 that made her the youngest CSP officer in the history of Pakistan. After passing her CSS examination, she secured a degree of MA in English Literature. Moreover, another sister Shireen Malik Sher passed the CSS in 2010 and is currently the Director of National Highway Authority posted in Islamabad.
Likewise, in 2017 Sassi Malik and Marvi Malik undertook the examination and both passed it. Sassi underwent CEO training course at Lahore Cantonment. Currently, Marvi is serving as the Assistant Commissioner Abbottabad. Sassi Sher is now serving as the Deputy Executive CEO Chaklala Cantonment, Rawalpindi.
The youngest sister, Zoha, after passing the CSS examination has set a rare record in Pakistan. Zoha was proactive during her academic years. She was the captain of her netball team in College and also served as the president of the student council.