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THE INITIAL APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL POSTS (RELAXATION OF UPPER AGE LIMIT) RULES, 2008 — These shall come into force with immediate effect. The age relaxation under category (iii) specified in rule 3, shall be subject to full justification in support of the proposal; and a certificate to the effect that no eligible candidates within the prescribed age limits are / were available. The certificate shall be provided by the concerned Departments. Age relaxation in respect of overage candidates shall be sought prior to their appointment. For the purposes of these rules, age of a candidate shall be calculated from the closing date of submission of applications for a particular post. The cases of age relaxations, beyond the competence of Administrative Departments, shall be sent to the Establishment Department through the Administrative Department concerned.

By |2019-10-02T04:45:05+00:00October 2nd, 2019|KPK|0 Comments
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JOINING TIME — EXTRACT FROM CIVIL SERVICES RULES (CSR) PUNJAB (VOLUME I – PART – I) – Joining time may be granted to a Government servant to enable him to join a new post to which he is appointed while on duty in his old post; or to join a new post on return from leave on average pay of not more than four months duration in respect of Government servants subject to the leave rule sin section II of chapter VIII, or from earned leave not exceeding 120, 90 or 30 days as the case may be, in respect of Government servants subject to the leave rules in section III of chapter VIII; or when he has not had sufficient notice of his appointment to the new post, on return from leave other than that specified in sub clause (i) or to travel from the port of debarkation or, in the case of arrival by air craft, from its first regular port in Pakistan and to organize his domestic establishment when he returns from leave out of Pakistan of more than four months duration in respect of Government servants subject to the leave rules in section II of chapter VIII, or of more than 120, 90 or 30 days duration as the case may be, in respect of Government servants subject to leave rules in section III of chapter VIII; or to proceed from a specified station to join a post in a place in a remote locality which is not easy of access; or to proceed on relinquishing charge of a post in a place in a remoter locality which is not easy of access to a specified station.

By |2019-10-01T04:54:58+00:00October 1st, 2019|Punjab|0 Comments
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THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD (CONDUCT OF BUSINESS) RULES, 2018 — They shall come into force with immediate effect. Board means the Punjab Local Government Board constituted under Section 125 of the Act. Act means the Punjab Local Government Act, 2013. The Government shall constitute the Board under Section 125 of the Act. The Government shall appoint a Secretary of the board to deal with day to day administration of the Board and to perform such other functions as may be assigned to him by the Board. The business of the Board shall be conducted in its ordinary meeting. No meeting shall be adjourned until the agenda thereof is disposed of or the Chairman, for any reason to be recorded in writing, makes such order. The quorum of the meetings of the Board shall be fifty one percent of its total membership.

By |2019-09-30T04:25:48+00:00September 30th, 2019|LG&CD|0 Comments
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CASH MANAGEMENT & TREASURY SINGLE ACCOUNT POLICY 2019 – 29 — The efficient treasury is a vital instrument for better Public Finance Management (PFM). The key objectives of this modern cash management are timely availability of cash to meet obligations, economizing on cash within the government to save costs and reduce risk, management of government’s short-term cash flows efficiently (both cash deficits and cash surpluses) in such a way as to benefit debt management and monetary policy. The cash management practices have also transformed like other aspects of treasury functions. This cash management policy will focus on efficient cash management with ability to forecast daily cash flows across the TSA. It shall result into smooth cash flows with lower average cash balances, reduced borrowing costs, lower interest on cash balances than interest on marginal borrowing and less pressure on monetary policy operations.

By |2019-09-29T04:42:16+00:00September 29th, 2019|Federal|0 Comments
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VIABILITY GAP FUND (VGF) GUIDELINES, 2019 – GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB — The Government of the Punjab is committed to inclusive social development and sustainable economic growth in the Province. The Government aims to use public private partnerships (PPPs) as a means of delivering physical and social infrastructure to the Province of Punjab and improve efficiency. The money(s) (grant / loan) from foreign donors for the purpose of VGF, will be received by the Punjab Government in Assignment Accounts sanctioned for the purpose in accordance with the Punjab financial Rules. In line with the PPP Act, 2014 the Steering Committee may consider a project for financial assistance from the Viability Gap Fund, for the purpose which are economically and socially viable but may not be financially attractive enough for investment.

By |2019-09-28T04:39:06+00:00September 28th, 2019|Punjab|0 Comments
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TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPS) OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT — Finance Department of Government of Sindh has aimed to further strengthen its internal control systems and working processes through development of Standard Operating Procedures – SOPs of its respective wings and units, which would enhance their efficiencies, reduce bottlenecks and turnaround time for better service deliveries to the province. Since the Finance Department (FD) is the custodian of Provincial Exchequer and responsible for the supervision and control of Provincial Finances, preparation of Provincial Budgets, formulation and interpretation of various Rules, management of public funds, management of provincial public debt, banking, coordination of National and Provincial Finance Commissions, administration of Local Fund Audit, Directorate of Accounts and Treasuries etc. The overall objective of the assignment is to develop SOPs of the existing Wings and Units of FD of Government of Sindh, which would standardize operations and enhance performance of the management.

By |2019-09-27T04:05:13+00:00September 27th, 2019|Sindh|0 Comments
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ACCOUNTING CODE FOR SELF ACCOUNTING ENTITIES — This Manual is issued to set out the accounting principles and financial reporting responsibilities in accordance with which the accounts of Self Accounting Entities shall be kept, in pursuance of article, 170 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The effective date for application of this Manual is the date of issue of this Manual by the Auditor-General. All accounting entities will have up to two financial years (commencing from 1 July subsequent to the effective date of release) to be in full compliance with this Manual. An accounting entity is any unit of Government (e.g. ministry, division, and department), whose principal source of funding is an appropriation from the Federal and Provincial Governments, which prepares input to the accounting system and which is not an Exempt Entity as set out at of this Section. This manual commences with detailed guidelines on the financial reporting responsibilities applicable to Self Accounting Entities and the accounting principles to which they must adhere. This Manual also provides guidelines for Self Accounting Entities who are in a transitionally phase (as they may be in the process of aligning their financial reports and accounting principles as prescribed by this Manual).

By |2019-09-26T04:36:52+00:00September 26th, 2019|Federal|0 Comments
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AUSTERITY / ECONOMY MEASURES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2019-2020 (PUNJAB GOVERNMENT) – The Provincial Government has decided to observe utmost austerity in usage of public money through prudent Financial Management, observance of Financial Discipline, judicious reduction of the expenditures without compromising the essential and core organizational functions / activities. Expenditures shall be required to be realigned with the organizational goals to make then target-based and cost-efficient. Wastage of resource and leakage of funds needs to be curbed strictly. The economy measures shall be applied across the board for all Government Departments, Local Governments, Authorities, Public Sector Companies, Autonomous Bodies, Attached Departments and Special Institutions with immediate effect.

By |2019-09-24T06:07:55+00:00September 24th, 2019|Punjab|0 Comments
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INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY [2014-2018] — The Integrated Development Strategy (IDS) truly integrates government priorities under one framework. The earlier development strategies and assessments of government, such as the Comprehensive Development Strategy (CDS), the Economic Growth Strategy (EGS) and the Post-Conflict Needs Assessment (PCNA) have all been consolidated in the IDS. Any conflicts in these strategies have been addressed and the priorities of current government have been duly incorporated in the IDS. The IDS consolidates the common themes identified in earlier assessments to remove overlaps and contradictions and to reflect the rebalancing of the priorities by the current government. There is a clear shift in emphasis toward social services, justice and security, accountability, and the participation of communities. Growth is included as a gear through which to provide livelihoods and jobs for the poor. Social services are neither subservient to nor incorporated as a secondary channel to propel growth, but are instead prioritised as basic rights of citizens. Such departures and shifts are duly reflected in the framework of strategic objectives. Consolidation of common policies and priorities is done in a manner that means the IDS will replace previous strategies and serve as a single source for government to provide guidance to all stakeholders.

By |2019-09-23T03:45:24+00:00September 23rd, 2019|KPK|0 Comments
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