THE SINDH DELEGATION OF FINANCIAL POWERS AND FINANCIAL CONTROL RULES – 2019 — These rules shall apply to all Provincial Government Departments and offices of Government of Sindh. They shall come into force at once. “First Schedule”, “Second Schedule” and “Third Schedule” mean, the First, the Second and Third Schedules appended to these rules, respectively. “Financial Control” means the public financial management as described in the Third Schedule. “Financial sanction” means sanction of expenditure for the purposes specified in column 2 of the Second Schedule of these rules by the authorities mentioned in column 3 and to the extent specified in column 4 thereof. In other cases, where financial sanction is beyond the powers of sanctioning authorities or where it is not delegated to any authority “Financial Sanction” means sanction of expenditure accorded by Administrative Department after concurrence by the Finance Department.

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THE SINDH LOCAL COUNCILS (AUCTIONING OF COLLECTION RIGHTS) RULES, 2016 — They shall come into force at once. For the contract of awarding of collection rights of an income, a public notice for conduct of an auction, in not less than three widely circulated newspapers in Urdu, Sindh and English languages shall be published by the Local Council, at least fifteen days before the date of contract. The contract of collection rights of an income of a Local Council shall be awarded to a highest bidder through an open bid by adopting the procedure of auction as laid down in Chapter-II.

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THE SINDH PUBLIC PROPERTY (REMOVAL OF ENCROACHMENT) ACT, 2010 — It shall come into force at once and shall be deemed to have taken effect on and from 8th September, 2010. Encroachment means unauthorized occupation of or undue interference with Public Property. Public Property means a building, land, place or premises cesting, in or under the management or control of Government, Local Council, Autonomous Body or registered cooperative society or such other authority.

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THE SINDH LOCAL COUNCIL (CONTRACT) RULES, 2016 — Contract means an agreement enforceable by law. Contractor means a person, firm, company or organization which undertakes to execute works including services related thereto, other than consulting services incidental to or required for the contract with the council. Where a contract is not performed according to its terms and conditions, the Authority shall take such action as may be necessary to invoke the penalty clause of the contract and to safeguard the interest of the Council.

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THE SINDH CIVIL SERVANTS (APPOINTMENT, PROMOTION AND TRANSFER) RULES, 1974 –– The method of appointment and the qualification and other conditions applicable to a post shall be as laid down by the Department concerned in consultation with the services and General Administration Department. Appointments by promotion or Transfer to posts in BS-01 & BS-02 shall be made by the Appointing Authority on merit. Appointments by promotion or Transfer to posts in BS-03 to BS-18 without special pay other than the posts for which Provincial Selection Board has been constituted under Rule 6-A, shall be made on the recommendations of the appropriate Departmental Promotion Committee. Appointments by promotion or Transfer to posts in BS-18 special pay and above and the posts notified under Rule 6-A, shall be made on the recommendations of the appropriate Provincial Selection Board.

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THE SINDH CIVIL SERVANTS (PROBATION, CONFIRMATION AND SENIORITY) RULES, 1975 – A person appointed to a post by initial recruitment shall be on probation for two years and a person appointed otherwise may, if the Appointing Authority so directs, be on probation for one year. Confirmation of a civil servant shall be made in the order to seniority in a permanent post to which no other civil servant holds any lien. In each cadre in a department, there shall be a separate seniority list of a group of civil servants doing similar duties and performing similar functions and for whose appointment, same qualifications and experience have been laid down.

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THE SINDH CIVIL SERVANTS (MEDICAL ATTENDANT) RULES, 1993 — They shall apply to all civil servants whose conditions of services are prescribed under the Sindh Civil Servants Act, 1973. Family means parents, husband wife / wives, legitimate children and step children of civil servant’s parents, sister and minor brothers residing with and wholly dependant upon him / her. (THE SINDH LOCAL COUNCIL SERVANTS (MEDICAL ATTENDANT) RULES, 2017)

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THE SINDH PUBLIC PROCUREMENT RULES, 2010 — Public Procurement means acquisition of goods, services or construction of any works financed wholly or partly out of the public fund, including projects of Public Private Partnership, unless excluded otherwise by Government. Services mean any object of procurement other than goods or works, and include consultancy services. While procuring goods, works or services, procuring agencies shall ensure that procurements are conducted in a fair and transparent manner and the object of procurement brings value for money to the agency and the procurement process is efficient and economical. The procuring agency shall, immediately upon award of contract, make the evaluation report of the bid, and the contract agreement public through hoisting on the Authority’s website as well as on procuring agency’s website, if the procuring agency has such a website. All procuring agencies shall devise a mechanism for planning in detail for all proposed procurements, determining the requirement of the procuring agency, within its available resources, and prepare an annual or a longer term rolling plan, detailing the procurement methods applicable for specific procurements.

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THE SINDH DIFFERENTLY ABLE PERSONS (EMPLOYMENT, REHABILITATION AND WELFARE) ACT, 2014 — Differently able persons means a person who, on account of injury, disease or congenital deformity, is challenged for undertaking any gainful profession or employment in order to earn his livelihood and includes a person who is blind, deaf, physically challenged or mentally challenged. Employee means a regular or whole-time employee whether employed on daily, weekly or monthly basis, and includes an apprentice. Not less than two percent of the total number of the persons employed by an establishment at any time shall be differently able persons whose names have been registered with the Employment Exchange or the District Officer Social Welfare of the area in which such establishment is located and against whose names in the register to be maintained under section 10 an endorsement exists to the effect that they are fit to work.

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SINDH GOVERNMENT RULES OF BUSINESS, 1986 — Notwithstanding the provisions made in these rules, where in terms of any provision of the Constitution any function is to be performed or any orders have to be issued by the Governor in his discretion, the department concerned shall submit the case to the Governor through Chief Minister in the form of a self-contained, concise and objective Summary titled as SUMMARY FOR THE GOVERNOR stating the relevant facts and points for decision prepared on the same lines as those prescribed in these rules for a summary for the Cabinet except that only one copy will be required which may not be printed. This procedure will not, however, be applicable where the case is initiated by the Governor himself and decided in consultation with the Chief Minister.

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