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The Pakistan Administrative Service, or PAS (previously known as the District Management Group or DMG before 1 June 2012) is the most elite and prestigious cadre of the Civil Service of Pakistan.[1][2] The Pakistan Administrative Service over the years has emerged as the most consolidated and developed civil institution, with the senior PAS officers of Grade 22 often seen as stronger than the government ministers. The service of PAS is very versatile in nature and officers are assigned to different departments all across Pakistan during the course of their careers. Almost all of the country's highest profile bureaucratic positions such as the federal secretaries, the provincial chief secretaries, and chairmen of top-heavy organisations like the National Highway Authority, Trading Corporation of Pakistan, Federal Board of Revenue and State Life Insurance Corporation usually belong to the elite Pakistan Administrative Service.[3][4] Currently Rabiya Javeri Agha serves as the first female president of the Pakistan Administrative Service.[5]

LIST OF DMG OFFICERS POSTED IN THE PUNJAB. Name of Officer Grade Present Posting. Tele Number Cell Number Official Address Current Address Participation of family members. Member Spouse Children Total Mr. Safdar Javaid Syed BS-22 Chairman. Bank of Punjab.

From district administration to the highest levels of policy making in the federal government, the officers of the Pakistan Administrative Service play the most pivotal part in running the entire country

Officers in this group are recruited through an extremely high competitive examination held once a year by the Federal Public Service Commission. Those selected for this group have to undergo a two-year training programme at the Civil Services Academy (CSA) in Lahore.[1][6]

History[edit]

The Indian Civil Service (ICS)—also known once as Imperial Civil Service in British India, predecessor of the Civil Service of Pakistan and District Management Group—was established by the British to bolster the British Raj. After Indian independence in 1947, the Indian Civil Service component ceded to Pakistan was initially renamed the Pakistan Administrative Service. Later, it was renamed the Civil Service of Pakistan. In 1954, an agreement was reached between the Governor General of Pakistan and the governors of the provinces to constitute an All-Pakistan service valid throughout Pakistan.[7]

Later under administrative reforms of 1973, the name of Civil Service of Pakistan was changed to All-Pakistan Unified Group (APUG), which consists of the Pakistan Administrative Service, Police Service of Pakistan and Secretariat Group. Since 1973, each year a new batch of officers undergo a 'Common Training Programme' (CTP) which includes officers of various occupational groups at the Civil Services Academy.[8]

Appointments of PAS Officers[edit]

After completing initial training and probation at the Civil Services Academy, officers are posted in field offices throughout Pakistan on Basic Pay Scale (BPS)-17 grade appointments. Officers of the rank of Captains (within 3 to 6 years' service) and equivalents from defense services are also inducted (in three occupational groups; P.A.S, Police and Foreign Services) on allocated quota after recommendations of Chairman Federal Public Service Commission.[8]

Officers of PAS are first appointed typically as Assistant Commissioners of sub-divisions. They will simultaneously be charged with the responsibilities of Assistant Commissioners of Sub-Divisional level.[8]

The Basic Pay Scales (BPS grades) are enumerated (in order of increasing responsibility) such as:

GradeAppointmentRemarks
BPS-17
  • Under Secretary to Provincial Government
  • Section Officer in Federal Secretariat
  • Assistant Commissioner (AC)
  • Assistant Political Agent (APA)
  • Assistant Director of Federal / Provincial Department
Field appointment of AC combines roles of Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) and Assistant Collector (Land Revenue)
BPS-18
  • Deputy Secretary to Provincial Government
  • Senior Section Officer in Federal Secretariat
  • Deputy Commissioner (DC) for a smaller district
  • Political Agent (PA) for a smaller agency
  • Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) for a larger district
  • Additional Political Agent for a larger agency
  • Deputy Director of a Federal / Provincial Department
Field appointment of DC combines roles of District Magistrate (DM) and Collector (Land Revenue)
BPS-19
  • Deputy Secretary to the Government of Pakistan
  • Additional Secretary to Provincial Government
  • Additional Commissioner of a Larger Administrative Division (Appointment created on required basis).
  • Deputy Commissioner (DC) for a larger district
  • Political Agent (PA) for a larger agency
  • Project Manager for Federal Scheme
  • Director of a Federal / Provincial Department
BPS-20
  • Joint Secretary to the Government of Pakistan
  • Secretary to Provincial Government
  • Member Provincial Board of Revenue
  • Commissioners of Administrative Divisions
  • Director General of Federal Department
  • Project Director for Federal Scheme
Commissioners of Divisions were previously under Members of Board of Revenue but now they are directly responsible to the Chief Secretary of respective Province

Equivalent to Brigadier (1-star officer) of the Armed Forces

BPS-21
  • Acting Secretary to the Government of Pakistan
  • Additional Secretary to the Government of Pakistan
  • Additional Chief Secretary to Provincial Government (e.g. ACS Planning)
  • Senior Joint Secretary to the Government of Pakistan
  • Senior Member Provincial Board of Revenue
  • Senior Secretary to Important Departments in Provincial Government
  • Commissioners of Larger Administrative Divisions
  • Chairman of Federal Organisations
  • Chief Executive / Managing Director of Public Corporation
  • Chief Secretary to AJK / Gilgit-Baltistan Government.
Equivalent to Major General (2-star officer) of the Armed Forces
BPS-22
  • Director General of Autonomous Federal Department/Agency
  • Chairman of Autonomous Federal Organisation
  • Managing Director / Chief Executive of Autonomous Public Corporation
Highest attainable rank for a serving officer

Equivalent to Lieutenant General (3-star officer) of the Armed Forces

Post-devolution (2001) scenario[edit]

Magistracy continues to be exercised in the federal capital; however, the institution of the office of the Deputy Commissioner has been deprived of its previously held legal authority elsewhere in the country.

Notable PAS officers[edit]

  • Nargis Sethi[8]
  • Nasir Mahmood Khosa[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc'DMG renamed as PAS'. The Nation (newspaper). 1 June 2012. Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  2. ^Malik Asad (25 May 2014). 'Boon for PAS (Pakistan Administrative Service) angers other civil service groups'. Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 29 June 2018.
  3. ^Ali, Sameen (9 July 2018). 'Is the bureaucracy politically neutral during elections?'. Dawn.com.
  4. ^'Bureaucrats call for equal representation - The Express Tribune'. Tribune.com.pk. 13 September 2018.
  5. ^[1][dead link]
  6. ^'Top 6 bureaucrats promoted to BS-22 Top Story thenews.com.pk Pindi'. thenews.com.pk. 20 November 2018. Retrieved 17 January 2020.
  7. ^Asad, Malik (25 May 2014). 'Boon for PAS angers other civil service groups'. Dawn.com.
  8. ^ abcdImran Mukhtar (10 February 2013). 'CSB (Central Selection Board) meets tomorrow to consider 300 babus' (bureaucrats) promotion'. The Nation (newspaper). Retrieved 29 June 2018.

External links[edit]

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Government of Sindh
Provincial Government Seal
Provincial Government Flag
Seat of GovernmentKarachi
Legislature
Assembly
SpeakerAgha Siraj Khan Durrani
Members in Assembly168
Executive
GovernorImran Ismail
Chief MinisterMurad Ali Shah
Chief SecretaryMumtaz Ali Shah [1]
Judiciary
High CourtSindh High Court
Chief JusticeJustice Ahmed Ali Shaikh

The Government of Sindh (Sindhi: سنڌ سرڪار‎) is the provincial government of the province of Sindh, Pakistan. Its powers and structure are set out in the provisions of the 1973 Constitution, in which 29 districts come under its authority and jurisdiction. The government includes the cabinet, selected from members the Sindh Assembly, and the non-political civil staff within each department.

The province is governed by a unicameral legislature with the head of government known as the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister, invariably the leader of a political party represented in the Assembly, selects members of the provincial Cabinet. The Chief Minister and Cabinet are thus responsible the functioning of government and are entitled to remain in office so long as it maintains the confidence of the elected Assembly.

The head of state of the province is known as the Governor and the province's administrative head is the Chief Secretary. Although the Governor is the head of the province on paper, it is largely a ceremonial position; and the main powers lie with the Chief Minister of Sindh and Chief Secretary Sindh.

The terms Government of Sindh or Sindh Government are often used in official documents. The seat of government is in Karachi, thus serving as the capital of the province.

Executive[edit]

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The official head of the province of Sindh is the Governor, appointed by the president of Pakistan under article 101 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973 and holds so during the pleasure of the president. Nevertheless, as to the certain provisions of the constitution, the Governor, in performance of the vested functions, does act in accordance with the advice of the cabinet or the Chief Minister.

The Chief Minister is appointed by the Governor from amongst the chosen representatives of the Sindh assembly, who, in his opinion, must possess the confidence of the 1/3 majority out of aggregate number of members.

The Chief Secretary Sindh, as head of the provincial bureaucracy, is the administrative boss of the province. The provincial Chief Secretary is appointed by the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

The Government of Sindh holds a cabinet of minister, each entrusted with a specific portfolio, with the chief minister as its head. The cabinet aids and advises the Governor in the exercise of his functions.

The Chief minister, as the head to the cabinet, notifies to Governor of all the decisions of the cabinet relative to the affairs of the administration as well as the proposals for legislation.

Personnel[edit]

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Officers
  • Governor Sindh: Imran Ismail
  • Chief Minister: Syed Murad Ali Shah
  • Chief Secretary Sindh: Mumtaz Ali Shah

Legislature[edit]

The Sindh Assembly is a unicameral legislature with 168 Members and 30 seats are reserved for women and 8 seats for non-Muslims.[2]

Services[edit]

Government of Sindh has established an online job portal, Rozgar Sindh and website of the portal was developed by the provincial information, science and technology department.[3][4]

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See also[edit]

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References[edit]

List Of Dmg Officers Posted In Sindh 2016

  1. ^'Mumtaz Ali Shah takes office as new chief secretary'. thenews.com.pk. The News International. 24 September 2018.
  2. ^'Welcome to the Website of Provincial Assembly of Sindh'. pas.gov.pk. Retrieved 2014-07-22.
  3. ^''Rozgar Sindh' web portal launched for govt job vacancies'. The news. Retrieved 25 May 2016.
  4. ^'SINDH ROZGAR'. SINDH ROZGAR. Government of Sindh. Archived from the original on 8 June 2016. Retrieved 25 May 2016.

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External links[edit]

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