Talk:Central Superior Services of Pakistan
Pakistan Civil Services
As, Pakistan Civil Services is the main, pioneer and famous, we have to merge the mentioned two pages with it.
CSS and CSAL are the part of PCS (Pakistan Civil Services).
Kindly suggest your opinion,
A M. Khan 20:56, 8 November 2006 (UTC)
- Note: CSAL = Civil Services Academy Lahore.
- I just merged the two-line article about Pakistan Civil Services here because it was so small and cited the same external link. However, I propose to reverse the merge i.e. rearrange this content & move it to Pakistan Civil Services after all, as this article does have content about the whole of Pakistan's civil services. - Fayenatic (talk) 13:02, 28 July 2010 (UTC)
Regarding the following excerpt:
The idea of civil service was established by the Queen Elizabeth and the British Empire during the colonial period of the British Indian Empire. It was derived into as "Pakistan Civil Service" in 1947 and reorganized and re-established into its modern form in 1973.
A couple of things. First, "Queen Elizabeth" leads to a disambig page. Second, the current Queen Elizabeth (Elizabeth II) was crowned in 1952, and that doesn't seem to mesh with the timeframe described. Is this supposed to say Queen Victoria rather than Elizabeth?
At least for the moment, I am just going to leave a "citation needed" tag next to this, and see if another editor with more knowledge of this topic can make appropriate edits. KConWiki (talk) 16:03, 31 March 2013 (UTC)