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Essay Outline: Economic Crisis in Pakistan: Challenges and Prospects

CSS Essay Outline - Economic Crisis in Pakistan Challenges and Prospects

CSS Essay Outline: Economic Crisis in Pakistan: Challenges and Prospects

By: Mureed Hussain Jasra (CSP)

Introduction

1. Global economic crisis
2. Economy of Pakistan at a crossroads
3. Causes of economic decay In Pakistan

Challenges of Economic Crisis in Pakistan

1. Dwindling foreign exchange reserves
2. Current account deficit increasing exponentially
3. Stagnant Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
4. Reduced Foreign Direct Investment (FDIs)
5. Shameful picture on human development index
6. Social fabric of Pakistan torn by a never ending war on terror
7. Myopic financial policies leading to fiscal quandary of Pakistan: Relying on IMF
8. Regressive taxation exempting the wealthy and squeezing the poor of Pakistan
9. Clienteles politics directly conflicting progressive reforms in fiscal policy
10. Rampant corruption and money laundering further festering the economic crisis of Pakistan
11. Mass illiteracy: biggest hurdle in the way of producing a well-trained workforce concentration of wealth in a few hands

Prospects of Economic Crisis in Pakistan

1. Increasing political awareness translating into positive political will necessary for economic progress in Pakistan
2. Investment by foreign countries and individual
3. Peaceful environment due to curtailment of terrorism: conducive environment for economic stability in Pakistan
4. Burgeoning middle class auguring well for economic prognosis of Pakistan
5. Policy initiative keeping public opinion at the center: a sure way for a stable economy
6. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) as a harbinger of economic stability
7. Advances in science and technology
8. Continuation of democracy laying a frame work of stable Pakistan
9. A robust foreign policy centered on regional cooperation to achieve trade viability
10. Restoration of relation with neighboring countries

Conclusion

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About the author

Mureed Hussain Jasra (CSP)

Mureed Hussain Jasra (CSP)

Mr. Mureed Hussain Jasra boasts of a diverse professional background. Being a Civil Servant, he has served at important positions in the Federal Secretariat and autonomous bodies dealing with the important policy level matters. Prior to joining Civil Service of Pakistan, he served as a lecturer of English in the Federal Government of Pakistan and won accolades in academic circles and intelligentsia for his professional commitment and devotion to work.
Mureed Hussain Jasra's current fame among the CSS aspirants owes to his stellar success as being the most towering CSS coaching teacher and mentor. Under his careful mentorship, many young men and women have won distinctions in the CSS/PMS competitive examinations and are now serving the nation in different capacities. He regards teaching as the singular driving passion of his life and has founded Civil Services Preparatory School for the young aspirants.
Mr. Jasra is an avid reader of books and loves debate on history, culture, literature and governance. He is Masters in English Literature.

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  • I want to ask something, plz answer if you have credible information. Is the paper pattern going to be changed from the next year? Will the exams of 2020 be as per Three Cluster System?

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