LAHORE – The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday directed the Punjab inspector general of police (IGP) to look into the promotion matter of two DSPs and report by March 3. The IGP appeared in court after he was issued notice for not responding to summons. He tendered an unconditional apology and said he was not informed about the court notice by the officer concerned and a departmental inquiry had been initiated against that officer for negligence. The court accepted the apology and
LAHORE – Promotion of 15 Provincial Civil Service (PCS) officers to BPS-19, 20 and 21 in a provincial selection board (PSB-I) meeting on Monday is a “small step in the right direction” to address grievances of provincial officers, stakeholders told Pakistan Today.
The PCS Officers Association has been vying for their demands including faster promotions to higher grades. The association has held several meetings with the cabinet committee chaired by Senior Advisor to the CM
LAHORE – Federal Minister for Sports Mir Ijaz Jakhrani said that the government is taking measures to promote the sports standard in the country on a priority basis. He said this during the meeting with the newly elected office bearers of the Rawalpindi-Islamabad Sports Journalists Association (RISJA).
The minister said that the media has a very important role in promoting sports in the country. He said that Pakistan can win back its lost glory in the world of sports through hard
HAFIZABAD – Punjab Education Secretary Muhammad Aslam Kamboh has said that the provincial government is spending billions of rupees on the promotion of education as it was its first priority. He was addressing a meeting held here at education office on the other day.
He called upon the officers of the education department to perform their duties honestly, in a professional manner and with the spirit of serving the nation. He directed the teachers to ensure 100 per cent enrolment
ISLAMABAD – The Central Selection Board (CSB) on Saturday recommended the names of 150 bureaucrats for promotion to grade 20 while 50 officers have already been promoted to grade 21.
Federal Public Services Commission Chairman Justice (r) Rana Bhagwandas headed the CSB meeting to review the performance of civil servants in a ten-hour long session. A source said the Inland Revenue Service (IRS) stood first with 70 of its officers recommended for promotion to grade 20 according to
LAHORE – The Federal Promotion Board for BPS-19 to 20 has decided to reduce seats of police officials from 25 to 9, reducing possibilities of promotion of senior police officials and hurting their career prospects in the long-run. While promotions are hard to come by for police officials, plenty of seats for both DMG and Secretariat groups, show discrimination being meted out to the Police Service,
who is doing a valuable service to the country by combating terrorism. As opposed
LAHORE: The promotion of former Punjab chief secretary Javed Mahmood and Additional Chief Secretary Sami Saeed to BS Grade 22 has fallen into uncertainty Punjab chief secretary Nasir Mahmood Khosa is strongly opposed to the elevation in the province’s bureaucratic hierarchy, sources revealed on Sunday.
Officials privy to this development told Pakistan Today that Khosa and Mahmood had strong differences, which could be evident from the fact that the former was not even comfortable