THE PUNJAB INFECTIOUS DISEASES (PREVENTION AND CONTROL) ORDINANCE, 2020 — It extends to whole of the Punjab. It shall come into force at once. Potentially infectious person” means a person who is suspected to be infected or contaminated with an infectious disease; is a risk that such person might spread, infect or contaminate other persons with an infectious disease; or has arrived from or through an area affected by an infectious disease ‘within fourteen days or such other period as may be specified by the Secretary immediately preceding the date of his arrival; The Secretary, may, with the approval of the Chief Minister, by notification in the official Gazette, declare that the -incidence or transmission of an infectious diseases poses a serious and imminent threat to public health in the whole or any part of the Punjab.

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STUDY LEAVE RULES (PUNJAB GOVERNMENT) — Study leave may be granted as additional leave to Government Servants for the study of scientific, technical or similar problems, or in order to undertake special courses of instructions. These rules are not intended to meet the cases of Government servants deputed to other countries at the instance of Government, either for the performance of special duties imposed on them or for the investigation of specific problems connected with their technical duties. These rules shall apply to the Departments of Health, Forestry & Wildlife, Agriculture, Education, Communication and Works, Industries & Mineral Development, Irrigation and Power, Livestock and Dairy Development, Housing, Physical & Environment Planning Department and Labour Department.

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THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PUBLIC PROCUREMENT REGULATORY AUTHORITY (PPRA) ACT, 2012 — It extends to the whole of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It shall come into force at once. Procurement Object means goods, works or services to be procured by a procuring entity through public procurement process. Procuring Entity means a Department or any Office of Government including a project unit; or any Board, Commission, Council or other bodies established by or under a provincial law; or semi-autonomous or autonomous bodies which are owned or controlled by Government. Public Procurement means acquisition, temporary or permanent or on lease, of goods or services, or undertaking of works by contractual means, financed wholly or partly out of Fund by any procuring entity.

By |2020-03-07T05:44:27+00:00March 7th, 2020|KPK|0 Comments
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THE BALOCHISTAN DELEGATION OF FINANCIAL POWERS AND RE- APPROPRIATION RULES, 2019 — They shall come into force at once and shall apply to all Administrative Departments, Attached Departments, Bodies, Authorities, Boards and Institutions of the Government of Balochistan established under an Act of the Assembly till such time such Authorities, Bodies etc. frame their own financial rules under the respective laws. Re-appropriation means transfer of savings from particular detailed object to meet additional expenditure anticipated under another detailed object within the same function and grant.

By |2020-03-04T04:19:26+00:00March 4th, 2020|Balochistan|0 Comments
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BUDGET CALL CIRCULAR 2020-21 FOR SUBMISSION OF REVISED ESTIMATES 2019-20, BUDGET ESTIMATES 2020-21, ADP 2020-21 AND MEDIUM TERM BUDGETARY FRAMEWORK 2020-21 TO 2022-23 — The time-schedule prescribed in the Budget Calendar and the prescribed forms should be followed strictly. Timelines & Forms are prescribed for Receipts, Expenditure (Non-Development & Development) and MTBF. The detailed timelines for Administrative Departments (both Regular and Pilot MTBF departments) and other stakeholders are reflected in Annexure B – Budget Calendar. Forms are presented in Annexure C.

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THE PUNJAB PROCUREMENT RULES, 2014 (AMENDED UPTO 22-03-2019) — They shall come into force at once. These rules shall apply to all public procurements made by all procuring agencies whether within or outside the Punjab. A procuring agency, while making any procurement, shall ensure that the procurement is made in a fair and transparent manner, the object of procurement brings value for money to the procuring agency and the procurement process is efficient and economical. A procuring agency shall, within one month from the commencement of a financial year, devise annual planning for all proposed procurements with the object of realistically determining the requirements of the procuring agency, within its available resources, delivery time or completion date and benefits that are likely to accrue to the procuring agency in future.

By |2020-03-03T04:45:29+00:00February 4th, 2020|Punjab|0 Comments
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RECRUITMENT POLICY FOR MARKET BASED TALENT — To transform Pakistan, Government (both in the Centre and in the Provinces) needs access to the best talent that available. Often, the resources required are available on the national job market, but the standard recruitment policies of government, and the terms offered to the individuals required for particular roles, simply make it impossible for government to recruit the talent it needs to bring change to Pakistan. The archived process of recruitment cannot be applied to specialized units aiming to build strategic support capacity and/ or aiming to attract vibrant and dynamic skill-set from the market. This policy is aimed at promoting competition and transparency of the hiring process for specialized units.

By |2020-01-30T03:59:19+00:00January 30th, 2020|KPK|0 Comments
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West Pakistan Buildings & Roads, Department Code WITH APPENDICES (Applicable to the departments of Buildings, Road, Irrigation Communication Central Public Works, Posts and Telegraphs in the Provinces of Punjab, Sindh, N.W.F.P. & Baluchistan Up-to-date Amendments REVISED EDITION 1994 — The Administration of Buildings and Roads department covers the entire West Pakistan as per map forming the front-is-piece of this Code which shows its various Regions. The immediate control of operation is in the hands of the Governor of West Pakistan and this authority (hereinafter called the West Pakistan government or Governments) exercises full financial control over the affairs of the department. The Chief Engineer is the head of the department in his charge and is responsible for the efficient working of his department. He is also the responsible professional adviser of Government in all matters relating to his charge or on which his advice may be desired. He is also required to bring clearly and faithfully before Government all subjects reserved for its decision for that of the Central Government.

By |2020-01-21T03:59:20+00:00January 21st, 2020|Punjab|1 Comment
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