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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.
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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
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.July 7th, 2020 | 0 Comments
THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE GOVERNMENT RULES OF BUSINESS, 1985 — They shall come into force at once. Business means all work done by Government. Case means a particular matter under consideration and includes all papers relating to it and required to enable the matter to be disposed of, viz: correspondence and notes and also any previous papers on the subject or subjects covered by it or connected with it. Department means a self-contained administrative unit in the Secretariat responsible for the conduct of business of Government in a distinct and specified sphere, and declared as such by the Government. The business of Government shall be distributed amongst several Departments in the manner indicated in Schedule-II. The Secretary shall be the official head of the Department and shall be responsible for its efficient administration and discipline, and for the proper conduct of business allocated to the Department under rule 3.January 6th, 2020 | 0 Comments
THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA CIVIL SERVANTS ACT, 1973 — This section and section 25, shall apply to persons employed on contract, or on work charged basis or who are paid from contingencies, and the remaining provisions of this Act including this section, shall apply to all civil servants wherever they may be. It shall come into force at once. Civil Servant‖ means a person who is member of a civil service of the Province, or who holds a civil post in connection with the affairs of the Province, but does not include a person who is on deputation to the Province from the Federation or any other Province or other authority, a person who is employed on contract, or on work-charged basis or who is paid from contingencies or a person who is worker or workman as defined in the Factories Act, 1934 (Act XXV of 1934), or the Workman’s Compensation Act, 1923 (Act VIII of 1923).October 10th, 2019 | 0 Comments