The rules framed by the Federal Government and Provincial Governments in English are posted here.
POLICY FOR DECLARING GOVERNMENT SERVANT AS SURPLUS AND THEIR SUBSEQUENT ABSORPTION / ADJUSTMENT — The Finance Department in consultation with Department concerned and with the approval of competent authority would decide with regard to the declaration of a particular organization, set up or individual post as redundant or inessential. There will be a surplus pools cell in the E&AD. After abolition of such posts in the concerned department, duly notified by the Finance Department, equal number of posts in the corresponding basic pay scales would be created in the E&AD for the purpose of drawl of pay and allowances etc. by the employees declared surplus as such. Consequent upon the abolition of a post in a particular cadre of a department, the junior most employee in that cadre would be declared as surplus. Such posts should be abolished in the respective departments and created in the surplus pool as indicated in para 2 above for the purpose of drawl of pay and allowances and also for consideration for subsequent adjustment.
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THE CIVIL SERVANTS (DIRECTORY RETIREMENT FROM SERVICE) RULES, 2020 — These rules shall come into force at once. Competent Authority means the appointing authority in terms of Rule 6 of the Civil Servants (Appointment, Promotion and Transfer) Rules, 1973. Conduct unbecoming means the conduct on the part of a civil servant that is contrary to public interests or which harms his standing or the standing of the civil service in the eyes of the public or is contrary to any prescribed Jaw/ rules/ procedures/ instructions and includes inefficiency on his part necessitating his directory retirement under these rules. Directory retirement means retirement under clause (i) of subsection (1) of section 13 of the Act read with subsection (2) thereof. Retirement Board means a Board constituted under these rules for review of cases for the purpose of directory retirement in respect of civil servants in BPS-20 and above; and Retirement Committee means a committee constituted under these rules for review of cases for the purpose of directory retirement in respect of civil servants in BPS-19 and below.
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ESTACODE [EDITION 2019] GOVERNMENT OF THE PUNJAB, REGULATIONS WING, SERVICES AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT — A COMPENDIUM OF LAWS, RULES, POLICIES AND INSTRUCTIONS RELATING TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF PROVINCIAL CIVIL SERVANTS
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PUNJAB LOCAL FUND AUDIT DEPARTMENT SERVICE RULES, 1981 (WITH AMENDMENTS) — They shall come into force at once. The minimum qualifications, method of recruitment, age limit and other matters related thereto for the posts shall be as given in the Schedule annexed. The following Rules are hereby repealed:- (i) The West Pakistan Local Audit Department (Director & Assistant Director) Recruitment Rules, 1962 (ii) The West Pakistan Local Audit Department (Audit Officers) Recruitment Rules, 1962 (iii) The Punjab Local Fund Audit Department (Auditors) Service Rules, 1979 (iv) The West Pakistan Local Audit Department Ministerial Establishment Recruitment Rules, 1962 Amendments in the Punjab Local Fund Audit Department Service Rules, 1981, for the existing Schedule, the Schedule as appeared hereto shall be substituted notified by the Government of the Punjab Services & General Administration Department vide Notification Dated: 02nd July, 2008
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THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA DISTRICT GOVERNMENT RULES OF BUSINESS, 2015 — These rules shall come into force at once. Business means the work done by the district government; pursuance to the Act. Case means a particular matter under consideration and includes all papers pertaining to it and necessary for its disposal, such as correspondence and notes and any previous papers connected with the subject. The district administration shall comprise of the district offices, including their sub-offices, devolved to district government under the Act, headed by officers designated as district officers and coordinated by the Deputy Commissioner. The Executive Authority of the district government shall vest in Nazim and he shall exercise his powers and perform functions as provided in Sections 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the Act within the policy framework of the government.
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THE PUNJAB CIVIL SERVANTS (TRANSFERRED FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT) SERVICE RULES, 2015 —They shall come into force at once. The Government may, by notification, appoint a person to a post under section 22-C of the Act. The seniority inter-se amongst the persons shall be maintained in the functional unit as it existed at the time of their transfer to the Government. The functional unit of a person shall be called as federal functional unit and shall be a dying cadre. The Government shall, in accordance with the relevant rules, contribute towards the pension, final payment of General Provident Fund and such like payments or benefits of the person as per the prevailing rules of the Government. A person appointed under these rules shall be entitled to get pensionary benefits as admissible to his counterparts in the Government under section 18 of the Act.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (A TRAINING HANDBOOK FOR OFFICIALS OF GOVERNMENT OF SINDH) — The purpose of this Handbook is to provide a comprehensive source for Public Finance Management (PFM) literature to PFM practitioners in Pakistan. The Handbook provides a simplified description of PFM processes, procedures, rules and regulations including practices followed, in specific context of Provincial Government of Sindh. The Handbook presents a brief overview of all aspects of the PFM processes prevailing in the Government of Sindh with specific focus on the laws, rules and procedures of Sindh Government. References for further readings are also provided, where required, at the end of each chapter to encourage the readers/users of the Handbook to seek detailed knowledge of the relevant topic from multiple sources.
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THE BALOCHISTAN CIVIL SERVANTS’ DEPUTATION POLICY, 2012 — A civil servant is said to be on deputation when he is detached on special temporary duty for the performance of which there is no permanently or temporarily sanctioned appointment. The term “deputation” as defined by the Supreme Court of Pakistan vide PLD 1981 SC 531 means that a government servant begins to be regarded as a “deputationist” when he is appointed or transferred, through the process of selection, to a post in a department or service altogether different from the one to which he permanently belongs, he continues to be placed in this category so long as he holds the new post in an officiating or a temporary, capacity, but ceases to be regarded as such either on confirmation in the new post or on reversion to his substantive post.
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