THE PUNJAB LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 2019 — 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) or such other areas as may be notified by the Government for this purpose, in relation to the matters covered there under. It shall come into force at once. All Local Governments constituted or continued under the Punjab Local Government Act, 2013 (Act XVIII of 2013) are hereby dissolved. As soon as may be but not later than one year of the commencement of this Act, the Government shall constitute succeeding local governments in accordance with the provisions of section 15 of this Act. Subject to and to the extent given under this Act, every local government shall have the authority to run the affairs of respective local area without improper interference.

By |2019-05-20T08:14:36+00:00May 7th, 2019|LG&CD|0 Comments
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THE PUNJAB PROCUREMENT RULES – 2014 (AMENDED UPTO 23-11-2017) — They shall come into force at once. 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. Procurement exceeding the limit specified in the regulations shall be subject to an integrity pact between the procuring agency and a contractor.

By |2019-05-23T05:41:15+00:00April 15th, 2019|Punjab|0 Comments
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MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS ON FIRST ENTRY INTO GOVERNMENT SERVICE (PUNJAB GOVERNMENT) — Authorities competent to make first appointments may require the submission of a medical certificate of fitness from temporary or officiating Government servants. In any case they must satisfy themselves that the candidate is protected against smallpox. Medical certificates should ordinarily be required from candidates on first appointment to Government service if they are likely to officiate or to hold temporary posts for any period exceeding six months. Re-employed persons who during their previous term of service under the Government had produced the required medical certificates need not be required to produce a fresh certificate unless the period between their discharge from their old posts and their appointment to the new posts is in excess of three months.

By |2019-05-09T10:31:25+00:00April 9th, 2019|My Achievements|0 Comments
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PUNJAB IT POLICY – 2018 — Since the introduction of National IT Policy of 2000, a number of domains such as legislation on education, health, environment, taxation, rural development and etc. have devolved to become provincial subjects. Moreover, during these 16 years, there has been a paradigm shift in the IT industry and new ideas such as Big Data, IoT and etc. have taken a lead. There is, therefore, a need to revisit the IT Policy introduced in year 2000 and enable the provinces to take lead in the matter. With this backdrop in mind, Punjab Government is introducing the Punjab IT Policy 2018, which envisions Punjab as one of the top e-Governed, IT-enabled, e-Literate provinces in the region, a preferred destination for global IT businesses and a major supplier of skilled IT human resource.

By |2019-05-07T10:02:59+00:00April 2nd, 2019|Punjab|0 Comments
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