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NEW SIMPLIFIED PROCEDURE OF PROCESSING AND DISBURSEMENT OF PENSION THROUGH PENSION‐ROLL (PUNJAB GOVERNMENT) — The new system was initially restricted to cases of Government servants retiring on superannuation and prescribed new formats for processing of pension case and disbursement of monthly pension through pension‐roll alone. After a smooth run of the new system in the roll out districts, it is now envisaged to extend the same to all kinds of pensions viz; Retiring Pension, Invalid Pension, and Family Pension.

By |2023-07-14T03:38:40+00:00April 4th, 2021|Punjab|0 Comments

CASUAL LEAVE RULES (PUNJAB GOVERNMENT) — A Government Servant on casual leave or on quarantine leave is not treated as absent from duty and his pay and allowances are not intermitted, as such leave is not recognized regular leave. Casual leave should not ordinarily exceed 10 days at a time and 25 days during any one calendar year. The sanctioning authority may, however, grant casual leave up to 15 days at a time in special circumstances. No government servant may leave his headquarters during casual leave or holidays except with the permission of the Sanctioning Authority.

By |2023-07-14T03:36:08+00:00March 24th, 2021|My Achievements|4 Comments

THE PUNJAB CIVIL SERVANTS (DIRECTORY RETIREMENT FROM SERVICE) RULES, 2021 — These rules shall come into force at once. Competent authority means the Appointing Authority in terms of Rules 6 of the Punjab Civil Servants (Appointment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 1974. Conduct unbecoming means the conduct, on the part of a civil servant, contrary to public interests or harms his standing or the standing of the civil service in the eyes of public or is contrary to any laws or rules or procedures or instructions and includes inefficiency on his part necessitating his directory retirement under the rules. A civil servant against whom an order for directory retirement is passed by the competent authority shall be eligible for pension or other retirement benefits as the competent authority may, in public interest, direct.

By |2023-07-14T03:34:26+00:00March 15th, 2021|Punjab|1 Comment

THE BALOCHISTAN CIVIL SERVANTS’ PROMOTION POLICY, 2012 — Promotion not only implies advancement to a higher post but also involves shouldering of higher responsibility and assumption of the charge of the higher post. No civil servant has a claim to ask for promotion as of right, and the giving or refusal of promotion is a matter which is within the exclusive discretionary domain of the executive authorities concerned in the matter.

By |2023-07-14T03:33:24+00:00March 1st, 2021|Balochistan|0 Comments

THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENT (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 2021 — It shall come into force at once. It shall extend to the whole of the Punjab other than the areas notified as cantonments under the Cantonments Act, 1924 (ii of 1924), or the Cantonments Ordinance, 2002 (CXXXVII of 2002), and such other areas under active possession and direct control of the Armed Forces of Pakistan that may be notified by the Government for this purpose, and the Government may exempt or exclude any area or areas from any or all of the provisions of the Act through a notification in the official Gazette.

By |2023-07-14T03:32:27+00:00February 9th, 2021|LG&CD|0 Comments

POSTING / TRANSFER POLICY OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT (KPK) — All the postings / transfers shall be strictly in public interest and shall not be abused misused to victimize the Government servants. All Government servants are prohibited to exert political, Administrative or any other pressures upon the posting / transfer authorities for seeking posting / transfers of their choice and against the public interest. All contract Government employees, appointed against specific posts, cannot be posted against any other post. The normal tenure of posting shall be three years subject to the condition that for the officers / officials posted in unattractive areas, the tenure shall be two years and for hard areas the tenure shall be one year. The unattractive and hard areas will be notified by the Government.

By |2023-07-14T03:29:32+00:00December 9th, 2020|KPK|1 Comment

THE CIVIL SERVICE REGULATIONS (C.S.R.) – APPLICABLE TO THE FEDERAL CIVIL SERVANTS IN PAKISTAN (UPDATED EDITION 2018) — The Civil Service Regulations (CSR) contain Government instructions for regulating the service conditions (Pay, leave, pension, other allowances, etc.) of the Government employees in the civil departments. In the updated Edition 2018, while retaining the general principles of the rules, all the amendments/additions in CSR-1951 on the basis of Government orders (from 1952 to-date) have been incorporated.

By |2023-07-14T03:28:23+00:00November 30th, 2020|Federal|2 Comments

THE GOVERNMENT SERVANTS (CONDUCT) RULES, 1964 (FEDERAL GOVERNMENT) — They shall come into force at once. These rules apply to every person, whether on duty or on leave, within or without Pakistan, serving in a civil capacity in connection with the affairs of the Centre and to the members of an all-Pakistan service during their employment under the Provincial Governments or while on deputation with any other Government, agency, institution or authority. Member of a Government servant’s family includes his wife, child or step-child, whether residing with the Government servant or not; and any other relative of the Government servant or his wife, when residing with and wholly dependent upon the Government servant but does not include a wife legally separated from the Government servant or a child or step-child who is no longer in any way dependent upon him or of whose custody the Government servant has been deprived by Law.

By |2023-07-14T03:27:09+00:00October 27th, 2020|Federal|0 Comments