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NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE GENERAL PROVIDENT FUND (GPF) RULES, 2008 – (GOVERNMENT OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA) — These shall come into force on 1st July 2008. All Government Servants in pensionable service under these rules, at the rates prescribed by the Government of NWFP from time to time, shall compulsorily subscribe towards G.P Fund from first pay at the time of entry into Government service (including probation). Provided that no such Government servant as has been required or permitted to subscribe to a Contributory Provident Fund shall be eligible to join or continue as a subscriber to the Fund, while he retains his right to subscribe to such a Fund. There will be no option to postpone subscription to this Fund either during leave of any kind (except extra ordinary leave without pay) or during the training period or suspension. Once a subscriber has applied for the payment of the amount in the Fund under clause (c) of rule 16 he shall not have the option to withdraw his application later on even if he is retained in service beyond the age of his superannuation. When emoluments are drawn from any other source the subscriber shall forward his subscriptions monthly to the concerned Accounts Officer. In case of Foreign Service within country or abroad, monthly subscription towards the Fund, on monthly basis, shall continue to be deposited by the subscriber concerned through treasury credit challans under relevant head of account in the State Bank of Pakistan, National Bank of Pakistan or any other bank authorized by the Government. Full particulars of the subscriber regarding Name, Designation, Department & G.P. Fund Account number may invariably be recorded on the credit challan.
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THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA CIVIL SERVANTS PENSION RULES, 2021 — THESE RULES SHALL COME INTO FORCE AT ONCE. PENSION MEANS A PERIODICAL PAYMENT, MADE BY GOVERNMENT, IN CONSIDERATION OF PAST SERVICE, RENDERED BY A CIVIL SERVANT. PENSIONER MEANS A CIVIL SERVANT RETIRED FROM SERVICE AND RECEIVING PENSION OR A MEMBER OF THE FAMILY OF A DECEASED CIVIL SERVANT IN CASE OF FAMILY PENSION. COMMUTATION MEANS THE ADVANCE PAYMENT OF 35% OF GROSS PENSION TO THE PENSIONER FOR THE SPECIFIC PERIOD AS SPECIFIED UNDER THESE RULES, WHICH SHALL BE RESTORABLE WHEN THE PAID AMOUNT IS RECOVERED. FAMILY PENSION MEANS A COMPASSIONATE GRANT PAID TO THE FAMILY AT THE RATE OF HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE PENSION.October 4th, 2021 | 0 Comments
POSTING / TRANSFER POLICY OF THE PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT (KPK) — All the postings / transfers shall be strictly in public interest and shall not be abused misused to victimize the Government servants. All Government servants are prohibited to exert political, Administrative or any other pressures upon the posting / transfer authorities for seeking posting / transfers of their choice and against the public interest. All contract Government employees, appointed against specific posts, cannot be posted against any other post. The normal tenure of posting shall be three years subject to the condition that for the officers / officials posted in unattractive areas, the tenure shall be two years and for hard areas the tenure shall be one year. The unattractive and hard areas will be notified by the Government.December 9th, 2020 | 1 Comment
THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA MEDICAL ATTENDANCE RULES, 2016 — THEY SHALL APPLY TO ALL CIVIL SERVANTS IN SERVICE OR RETIRED OF THE PROVINCE OF THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS. THEY SHALL COME INTO FORCE AT ONCE. AUTHORIZED MEDICAL ATTENDANT MEANS A DOCTOR IN A GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL AND INCLUDES PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SENIOR REGISTRAR, DISTRICT SPECIALIST, SPECIALISTS POSTED IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS OR ANY OTHER SPECIALIST IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL, CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER (CMO), PRINCIPAL MEDICAL OFFICER (PMO), SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER (SMO), MEDICAL OFFICER (MO), DENTAL SURGEON AND CASUALTY MEDICAL OFFICER. CIVIL SERVANT MEANS A CIVIL SERVANT AS DEFINED IN THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA CIVIL SERVANT ACT, 1973. PATIENT MEANS A CIVIL SERVANT AND HIS FAMILY MEMBER, WHO HAS FALLEN ILL OR NEED PROMOTIVE, PREVENTIVE, CURATIVE OR REHABILITATIVE CARE. FAMILY MEMBERS MEAN PARENTS, WIFE OR WIVES, HUSBAND, SISTERS AND MINOR BROTHERS, SONS AND DAUGHTERS AND STEP-CHILDREN OF A CIVIL SERVANT, RESIDING WITH HIM AND WHOLLY DEPENDENT UPON HIM.October 19th, 2020 | 0 Comments
DISMISSAL, REMOVAL AND SUSPENSION (KPK) — Dismissal from Service means disqualification from present as well as future service, Removal from Service means disqualification only from present service and not future service and to Suspend means to debar, usually for a time, from the exercise of a function or a privilege specially to deprive temporarily of one’s office or again to interdict.September 15th, 2020 | 0 Comments
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.July 7th, 2020 | 0 Comments