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SENIOR MANAGEMENT WING

ACADEMIC GUIDELINES
AND
INSTRUCTIONS
19TH SENIOR MANAGEMENT COURSE
(Monday 15th February to Friday 01st July, 2016)

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CONTENTS 1. General Academic Aspects College Faculty Pages 02 04 13 1 . 3. 2.

next to Lahore Canal. 15 TH February. it found its way to the present location. 2 . namely. 2016. Subsequently. The 19th SMC is scheduled to commence on Monday. and the SMW conducts the Senior Management Course for Grade-19 officers.3 History Training programs for BS-19 Government officers were initiated in 1961. Shahra-e-Quaid-e-Azam (old Mall Road). 1.1 Aim The Aim of the Academic Guidelines & Instructions Handbook is to provide information about modalities of various important training activities. 1960. With the promulgation of the West Pakistan Educational Training Institutions Ordinance. 1. The SMW (erstwhile NIPA) of NMC is located in the heart of Lahore City. The NMW conducts the National Management Course for Grade-20 officers. on the famous. National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA) was housed temporarily in the premises of the Punjab Assembly. which form part of the course curriculum.CHAPTER-1: GENERAL 1.The (erstwhile) NIPA was established in 1961 and the first course commenced with effect from 22nd April 1961. LAHORE has been divided into two wings. National Management Wing (NMW) and Senior Management Wing (SMW). In 2005 the NMC started offering National Management Course and Senior Management Course (SMC).2 Organization For operational purposes NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE (NMC).

and Study Topics for each Study Module are reflected in the Syllabus Book.2 Simulation Exercises Simulation Exercises have been included in the course. which are followed by Q & A sessions where participants have the opportunity to clarify and raise issues of relevance to public policy formulation and implementation. Scholars and eminent speakers. c) Sessions are generally held centrally in the Central Discussion Hall (CDH) of SMW. 2. The general and common aim of these Exercises is to offer an opportunity to the participants to apply their knowledge and skills for developing implementation strategies of National Policies.CHAPTER-2: ACADEMIC ASPECTS (TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH SYLLABUS BOOK) 2. who is responsible for organizing and conducting it in accordance with the curriculum under the overall guidance of the Rector NSPP and Dean NMC. 3 . d) Aim and Scope. who are experts in their specific fields. are invited to deliver talks on given topics. which is available on Local Area Network (LAN). Aim. Scope and Objectives of the Exercises are given in the Syllabus Book. which is available on LAN.1 Training Modules and Conduct a) The curriculum of the Course comprises seven study modules spread over three terms as under: Module – 1 National Environment: Issues of Internal and External Dynamics Module – 2 Diversity of Pakistani State & Society: It’s Impact on Administration & Service Delivery Module – 3 Economics and Financial Management at Operational Level Module – 4 Issues of Operational Effectiveness within Governance Framework Module – 5 Research Methodology and its Application Module – 6 Study Tours Module – 7 Information Technology Programme b) Each module is sponsored by a faculty member.

in accordance with the topic of the Simulation Exercises. After the Lecture Discussion (LD) or Panel Discussions (PD) the length of Question and Answer (Q & A) sessions will approximately be 40-50% of the duration of the session/sessions. b) In addition to above. b. However. participants are supposed to ensure least disruption to the class proceedings. Case Studies Research.1600 b.2. Class will commence daily with recitation from the Holy Quran (Tilawat). The Research Period(s)/day(s) will be utilized for Research work on IRP etc and may also be used for discussions on IRPs. IST is of one week duration and includes visits to various ministries. Detailed instructions for each visit are issued separately. c. Khyber Pakhtoonkhawa. However. Study Tours a) The Inland Study Tour (IST) is organized as part of the course Curriculum.3 Classroom Modalities a. Sponsoring DS will introduce respective guest speakers. Detailed instructions for IST are issued separately during the course. Generally the class sessions at NMC are as under. AJK and Federal Capital. f. c. d. interviews of the participants etc. Monday to Thursday Friday Research 0800-0825 0800-0825 Classes 0825-1400 0825-1300 Research 1400-1600 1430. 4 . c) Aim and Objectives of IST and LV-FR are reflected in the Syllabus separately. Participants are expected to rise on arrival of guest speaker(s)/panelists as a mark of respect. e. departments and offices at Punjab. Balochistan and Sindh Provinces. Participants are required to be seated five minutes before the start of every session. Local Visits for Field Research (LV-FR) are also conducted. Tea/Coffee can be taken (self service) for which dispensers for tea/coffee/green tea have been made available.4 a. owing to certain compulsions these may be extended: Event/Class 2. generally.

PVP for LVs/FR will be for 20 minutes. The Committee prepares a report about the course curriculum and extra curricular activities by taking views of all the participants of the course.2. 15 minutes presentation and 05 minutes Q/A. The presentations shall commence from the second week of the course. For the Aim and Scope. 30 minutes presentation and 15 minutes Q/A. PVP for IST will be for 45 minutes. c) Post Visit Presentations (PVPs) After each Study Tour.7 Individual Research Paper (IRP) a) Each participant is required to write one IRP. Syndicate System / Tutorial Discussion (TD) a) Syndicate (Synd) in the academic sense refers to a small group of 5 . economics. b) IRPs may subsequently be presented before the entire faculty and participants of the SMC in one-hour sessions. c) The participants can seek detailed guidance from their faculty advisors about any aspect of the IRP. refer to Syllabus Book which is available on LAN. b. religion. social issues. The schedule of CRCP will be notified in weekly program. the group Coordinators and Co-Coordinators will make proper PVP to the Course in the CDH. Each presentation will be for 30 minutes. The Q & A sessions may be handled by each presenting officer alone or he/she may ask all or some of his Departmental colleagues to join him/her. which are currently in public debate. Those participants. Aim and Scope. 1 hour presentation and 1 hour review by the guest panelists and faculty. The SGP will be for 40 minutes followed by a 20 minutes Q & A Session.6 2. who are nominated for Service Group Presentations. Selected topics along with the name of the Faculty Advisors will be conveyed to the participants. b) Service Group Presentation (SGP) One hour presentation on selected occupational group represented in the Course will be prepared and made by the senior most officer of that group. which will be scheduled and notified in the weekly program. in alphabetical order. Participants will suggest three topics of their own choice in order of priority. Course Review Committee Report Presentation (CRCP) A Course Review Committee is constituted comprising one chairman and 12-15 members. and the Proposed Format for SGP is attached as Annex-A.5 Presentations a) Current Issues Presentations (CrI-Ps) Each participant will make presentation on a current issue of his choice relating to politics. The aim is to seek comments and recommendations on the course by the participants with a view to further improve it. and ethics. 2. etc. The College reserves the right to assign any other topics to the participants. will not make presentations on Current Issues. This report is then presented to the course participants in a 2 hours session. of which presentation would be for 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes of Q & A Session.

All TDs will be held in designated Synd Rooms. who will be nominated by the respective covering DS. Each Synd will have a covering DS. The Aim is to provide the participants an opportunity to demonstrate their writing and analytical skills. refer to Syllabus Book. For conduct of PrR exercises. b) 2. The concerned participant will forward the Synp through Email to the Sponsor of the Study topic. conciseness. brevity. and clarity are some of the qualities which participants need to keep in mind to reflect in their performance. an individual exercise is held in the form of Peer Rating. b) HARD COPY WILL NOT BE MADE BY THE PARTICIPANT. scanners and Internet facility. who is Faculty Member. The aim is to develop a sense in the participants about rating their colleague participants on the basis of three different shades of personality i. “As a Leader” and “As a professional”. printers. DS (T&C) and the Documentation Officer by 4 PM on the next working day. the primary focus is on generating discussion on important issues within the spectrum of course curriculum. While this interaction provides sufficient opportunity to the participants for expressing their views more freely. coherence.9 Analysis Paper (AP) and Analysis Paper De-Briefing (APDB) In each term. duplicating machines.8 Synds are constituted in each of the three terms with a mix of participants representing various departments/ occupational groups. Aim of the Synd System is designed to enable the Faculty to develop a close interaction with a small group of participants in a TD at regular intervals. These computers are linked with the network through a server and a stand-by server. Progressive and logical development of thought in response to the requirement (the question asked). a few short exercises may also form part of the Synd activities.e. c) Documentation Officer (T&C) will upload it to the LAN 2. The Sponsor DS will make the required number of hard copies. APDB Session is held after each AP. refer to Syllabus Book which is available on LAN. “As a Friend”. which is issued separately. specificity as against generalization. 2. an individual exercise is held in the form of writing an AP. The synp shall normally consist of around 1000 words.participants who get together under guidance of a Directing Staff (DS). 2. The write-up should focus on the central theme and recommended policy options spelt out by the guest speaker(s).11 IT Laboratory a) The IT Laboratory is equipped with computers. which will be notified separately at the beginning of each term. In addition.10 Peer Rating (PrR) In each term. to hold discussions on significant issues relating to the curriculum. Synopsis (Synp) Writing a) Each participant will be tasked in turn to WRITE synp of at least one lecture or panel discussion (LD/PD) during the course. 6 . For detailed scope and conduct. Each Synd will also have a Synd Coordinator from amongst the members of their Synd.

These can only be got issued for studying within the Library premises.m.m.12 8:00 a. and are not issued for use outside the Library premises. to 10:00 p.m. A sum of Rs. c) The IT Laboratory timings are as under: i) Monday to Friday 2. These are basically meant for use by the members of respective synds. including books prescribed for.m. including course books are issued according to a "selfcharging system" which means that the participants select books themselves. the deposit required will be Rs. In case members wish to draw two books (which is the maximum permitted under this facility). iii) iv) Saturday Sunday 10:00 a. officers of government departments.200/- g) Participants are not required to deposit the usual security for use of 7 .m. to 10:00 p.m.m.b) Audio/video facilities include multimedia projection system that is used during presentations/lectures. Not more than 5 books can be drawn at one time. to 6:00 p.m.100/. to 01:00 p.m. e) The Library timings are as under: i) Monday to Thursday 8:00 a. Reference books/materials are marked with the notation 'REF'. sign them. Journals or periodicals are kept in the periodical room. Ex-government employees who are ex-participants but are not in service can also avail this facility. ii) Friday 8:00 a. Computer literate staff is available in the morning and evening sessions for assistance where required. These are also placed under the category of reference material. f) Ex-participants of the College. c) Some books. autonomous and semi autonomous organizations can obtain membership of Library by submitting an application forwarded through their Head of Department.as refundable Library Security will be deposited for the purpose. fill them.m. Books are classified according to the internationally recognized Dewey decimal classification System Edition 20. take out book-cards of the selected books. Books are issued for a maximum period of 15 days at one time. The material will be rotated among synd members in accordance with the procedure determined by the faculty member covering the Synd Group. b) Some books. 10:00 a. to 12:00 noon 4:00 p. to 01:00 p.m. the study of synd subjects allotted are kept in specified shelves marked "Reserve Shelf'. Internet facility is also available for accessing information for various assignments. Such Library members are entitled to draw only one book at a time. or relevant to. and then handover these cards to the official on duty at the Issuing Counter. d) Library maintains a Reference Section that has a reasonable collection of books for ready reference. College Library a) The College has a well equipped Library containing books & periodicals relevant to Senior Management Course.

8 . He will be responsible for communicating all the directives/instructions issued from time to time by the Dean. Simulation Exercises Reports/ Hands Outs Only five copies of final reports and 12 copies of hand outs will be submitted by the Synd Chairperson and RAG Leader.15 Input from Participants during Fortnightly Faculty Meeting a) Fortnightly faculty meeting. is a regular feature. administration and etc. every participant. Chief Instructor. c) Names of representatives are notified separately. 2. one copy each for Faculty Advisor and two for Documentation Officer.13 Submission of Papers/Written Assignments a). Administrative problems/ requirements of the participants may also be conveyed through the Course Coordinator to the quarter concerned or DS (T&C). representatives of the course are nominated in advance. The Course Coordinator is expected to act as a link between faculty and the participants. One copy for Faculty Advisor and remaining copies for T&C Section. 2.14 Course Coordinator Each participant will also be assigned the role of the Course Coordinator at least once during the course. guest speakers. chaired by Rector NSPP or Dean NMC. IRP & PVP The participants are required to prepare three hard copies of IRP. at the end of the Course. conduct of events in last two weeks is thoroughly discussed. programming.Library during the Course. and communicate/present the input from the participants. The guidelines about the input are also communicated to these participants by the DS (T&C). DS (T&C) and Training Wing to all the participants for compliance. Ten hard copies of PVP. one copy for Faculty Advisor and nine copies for Documentation Officer should be submitted. During such meetings. b) Participants’ input is also obtained about the conduct of last two weeks training events particularly on course curriculum. However. For this purpose. as notified. 2. who attend the fortnightly faculty meeting in turn. will have to obtain a clearance certificate from the Library and hand it over to the Training Wing. Soft copies of each report will be submitted during the course to their respective Faculty Advisor / Faculty Member and Documentation Officer. b).

3) Physical Resources. size and functions of the Department/Organization/Service Group. 4. 4) Technical Resources. Following is the proposed format for SGP. evolution. Historical evolution of the Department/Organization/Service Group. Identify and discuss the future direction and prospects for the growth of department/organization/service group. 3. training. 4. Designated senior most participants from each department/organization/ service group to make presentation to the class and share knowledge and perceptions about service matters with other participants. Highlight the history. 2. career planning. 9 . Discuss issues relevant to the effectiveness of the department/ organization/service group.NATIONAL MANAGEMENT COLLEGE AIM. SCOPE AND PROPOSED FORMAT Annex – A To Chapter-2 19TH SENIOR MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR SERVICE GROUP PRESENTATION (SGP) Aim 1. etc. 2) Financial Resources. Bring up both the strengths and weaknesses of department/organization/ service group. 2.g. and the present status of department/ organization/ service group. Functions of the Department/Organization/Service Group. 3. familiarize all participants about Government departments/organizations/service groups. PROPOSED FORMAT 3. The participants designated to make SGPs of their respective departments/organizations/service groups are advised to consult their Faculty Advisors while preparing the SGPs: 1. 5. incentive. A SGP should cover following aspects: 1. e. Through structured and focused presentations. Scope 2. Management of the Department/Organization/Service Group: 1) Human Resource (recruitment and promotion policy). Relevant laws governing the organizational structure.

and implement ability of recommendations. Relevance of the Department/Organization/Service Group to the changing paradigm of governance and its likely future evolution. objectivity of analysis. 10 . 8. 7. 6. Policy options for tackling these problems. Change management for enhancing performance. 4) Monitoring and evaluation. Identification of issues and problems hindering a successful pursuit of the targets of the Department/Organization/Service Group. 9. 3) Implementation. Management style of the Department/Organization/Service Group: 1) Methods and procedures of decision making. Note: SGP should not be viewed as a defence of the department/ organization/service group being presented. The presentation will be assessed for its accuracy of factual data. 2) Planning.5.

Government Engineering Academy.A. National Commission for Human Development (NCHD). WAPDA Staff College. UK. He served in many high positions in the Government of Pakistan including: Secretary. Management Association of Pakistan. He is a review Author for Thunderbird International Business Review (TIBR) U. Agriculture and Livestock. He is responsible for planning and coordinating various training activities of National Management Wing and Senior Management Wing of the College. Ministry of Water and Power. of Punjab. Federal Benevolent Fund & Group Insurance. Aslam has spent over thirty six years in the training and research fields.S. Mr. NSPP Mr. Mr. of Punjab. In 1992. Board of Trustees. Lahore Development Authority. Institute of Bankers in Pakistan. He was also a member of Pay and Pension commission (2010) Government of Pakistan.COLLEGE FACULTY 1. NSPP Mr. Mr. workshops and symposia at PASC. Permanent Member. He has over 30 years of experience in public service and development. Management Services Division. He has also participated in good many national and international research projects and has undertaken research studies resulting in published papers on various aspects of Public Administration and Management. 2. Afghanistan. Secretary Health and Population. Muhammad Ismail Qureshi is the Rector of National School of Public Policy (NSPP). and Member. During 1990-91 he was National Professional with the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. CSA. He has been planning & coordinating national and international seminars. Qureshi was born in Sargodha. General Body. PIM.Govt. Peoples Republic of China as a Management Consultant to address their Senior Civil Servants in Beijing. National Management College Lahore. Pakistan Naval War College. Naeem Aslam Dean. Ministry of Finance. NCA etc. Bangladesh. Mr. Aslam was invited by the Association of Development Financial Institution (ADFIMI) to conduct an International Human Resource Development course in Antalya (Turkey) during January 2002. has Law and Master Degree and Post Graduation in Development Administration from the University of Birmingham. an Integral Unit of National School of Public Policy. Govt. Establishment Division/Chairman . Secretary . Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission. He has been Chairman of Board of Directors of ICIMOD. Mr. He also worked as Management Specialist of the consulting team of Canadian Pacific and 11 . He is also National Seminar Leader for the Leadership Grid Seminars. Myanmar and Pakistan under a UN charter. Muhammad Ismail Qureshi Rector. Pakistan’s premier institute of public servant’s training and education. He has lectured at all leading training institutions of the country like PASC. He also led Government of Pakistan delegation during Pak-India water dispute and has been a member of Pakistan delegation on WTO’s Doha Development Round negotiations. Staff Colleges of various banks. Secretary . Naeem Aslam is DEAN. a Regional Agency for the Mountainous Regions of China. Habib Bank (2nd largest bank in Pakistan). World Bank. Director General. NIPA’s. Qureshi has been Alternate Governor. he was invited by the Ministry of Personnel. Additional Finance Secretary (External Finance and Policy). India. He has been also chairman of Board of Governors for PEPCO (Pakistan Electric Power Company). Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA). Ministry of Food. Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF). Mr. NESPAK (National Engineering Services Pakistan). Additional Secretary Finance Department .

National Reconstruction Bureau. In recognition of his services. South Korea. 12 . Establishment Division and Cabinet Division. Canada Australia. Lahore. restructuring and civil service reforms since 1989. He has also served as Research Associate/Senior Research Associate. Haq. Thailand. National Institute of Public Policy (NIPP) an integral unit of NSPP and Directing Staff. United Arab Emirates. Federal Republic of Germany. He served in many positions in the Government of Pakistan including: Deputy Secretary Establishment Division. Mr. He was posted as Chief Instructor (Public Administration). France. Civil Services Academy. India. Japan.C. He was O& M Specialist to the introduction and implementation of National Management Information System of the ONFARM Water Management Project. Italy. Peoples Republic of China. Member Directing Staff. As a civil servant he served in the Prime Minister’s Secretariat. Indonesia. Muhammad Naeemul Haq Chief Instructor. Malaysia. Belgium. USA. USA. a joint project of USAID.. Mayanmar. 1984. National Management College. He also holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration obtaining First Class. 3. 1975. World Centre for Training & Development Washington D. National Institute of Management. Ministry of Food and Agriculture 1986. SMW. Tamgha .  MEMBER Management Association of Pakistan  MEMBER American Management Association (1984-1993)  ALUMNUS of the Year 1988. NMC Mr. O & M Division. Haq has vast experience of working with Commissions/ Committees appointed by the Government on rightsizing. Syria.. Aslam has served as Chairman/Head of the Department of Public Administration. Nepal. Turkey. Mr. Director General Management Services Wing.Consultancy Services (CPCS) on the introduction of MIS for Pakistan Railway in 1986. Iran. joined the National School of Public Policy in June 2015. Lahore (1978-2007). Greece. First Position and GOLD MEDAL from the University of Punjab. He is:  LIFE MEMBER Pakistan Society for Training & Development  FELLOW Regional Institute of Management. Mr. He has visited USA. Saudi Arabia. He has to his credit 30-year long experience of serving in the Federal Government institutions. Singapore. Kenya and South Africa. Lahore from 1997 to 1999 where he provided input in the Common Training Program at Walton Campus as well as in the Specialized Training Program at DMG Campus. Director Course of Studies and Director General (Research & Development) at the Pakistan Administrative Staff College. Prior to his present assignment he was Director General. Establishment Division and Member. Spain. U. Russia. Arab Republic of Egypt. The Netherlands. Hong Kong. Lahore.Imtiaz was conferred upon him in 2003 in the field of public service. Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan NWFP 197678. He has also served as Acting Dean.K. Prior to his present assignment Mr. Aslam has a Master of Science in Administration degree with Grade-A in all courses from the Central Michigan University. Romania.

Lahore. (Preventive) Lahore. Later he served as Member of the Editing Committee of ESTACODE 2000 edition. He has visited USA. He attended Management Systems and Methods Course and Case Methods Seminar at the Pakistan Administrative Staff College. UK. Karachi. Lahore. Huess Theodore Academy. He was member of the Board of Studies. Fazal Yazdani Khan: Mr. Mr. Switzerland and UAE. Canada. He participated in a number of short courses organized by the Pakistan Institute of Management. Prior to joining the Federal Government he served as faculty member in the Department of Business Administration. University of Punjab. He obtained Master degree in Public Administration from the University of the Punjab. His last assignment within the Customs department till July 2014 was Collector of Customs. Netherlands. Quetta. Lahore. At the ADL Management Education Institute he contributed a case study relating to Human Resource Management. Fazal Yazdani Khan is a BS 21 officer of Pakistan Customs. Mr. He has served at various positions in the Customs. 4. Excise and Sales Tax establishments all over the country. in 2010. Gomal University. Saudi Arabia. Mr. University of the Punjab during 1979-80. In his career Mr. Lahore. Thailand.During his career he submitted several management consultancy reports to the Ministries/Divisions for improving the working of the departments / offices. 13 . He has to his credit two published research papers. which include both operational and policy level positions. Islamabad in collaboration with the UNDP and RIPA London. he has attended many International Customs procedures and management related trainings and workshops organized by the World Customs Organization. Besides this. During his posting as Director Pakistan Public Administration Research Centre he edited several government publications. Brussels in the years 2005 and 2007. India. Japan (1994). USA (2008). Germany. Secretariat Training Institute. In 1992 he was nominated by the Government of Pakistan to attend MBA (Industrialization and Management) program at the Maastricht School of Management.e. and at RILO Asia Pacific meeting at Seoul. USA (1986). Germany (2001). 13th CTP. South Korea. He is a graduate of Government College. Japan. Islamabad and Kashmir Institute of Management. NSPP in 2013. Haq has widely travelled and represented Pakistan in a number of international seminars. Muzaffarabad. and the 99th National Management Course at NMC. Yazdani did his 84th Advance Course in Public Sector Management at the then NIPA. He has keen interest in skill development of government officers and regularly provides input in the training programs of several training institutions including National Institute of Management. Haq attended several training programs at Institutes of international repute including Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute. Lahore and Pakistan Institute of Management. Lahore and IBA. D I Khan. Lahore in 2003. He belongs to the 1985 batch of the Civil Services Academy i. which he joined after his graduation in Economics and Political Science from the Forman Christian College. He has been actively involved in the revenue part of budget making process while posted in the Federal Board of Revenue during the years 2004 to 2006. Department of Administrative Science. Department of Administrative Science. University of Punjab. the Netherlands which he completed with distinction. He has represented Pakistan Customs at the WCO HQs. He was nominated to attend 37-week Management Consultancy Development Program organized by O & M Division. Lahore in 1976 with Certificate of Merit. JICA Tokyo. He has attended various short courses on Management at LUMS. JFK School of Government Harvard University.

Project Development and Finance.e. Mr.e. Mr. he worked as Electrical Design Engineer in consultancy firm i. Hyderabad and Muzaffargarh. He has also worked on a project/workshop (during Masters at Columbia University). Quantitative Analysis. His areas of research interest are: Environment and Energy Policy Making in Developing Countries. Prior to joining National School of Public Policy (NSPP) he was working as Director General. Glasgow. Lahore. Mr. Lahore.S. Jinnah Gardens. completeness. He conducted an environment audit. Cost Benefit Analysis. He has also served as Assistant Commissioner. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the subject of Comprehensive Auditing. and timeliness of intra-year and year end Government financial reports in Pakistan at the national.5. Fareed Mahmood Chaudhry Fareed Mahmood Chaudhry has done his Masters in Public Policy from School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA). He is a fellow Public Accountant from Pakistan Institute of Public Finance and Accounts. provincial. UK. Tariq Najeeb Najmi is a PAS BS-21 officer about to be promoted to BS-21 in the next Board. Pakistan (NESPAK) Pvt. of the country’s largest botanical garden and public park i. Ltd. 7. Columbia University. He is also certified Financial Consultant from Institution of 14 . Lahore and was involved in building professional capacity of the officers and staff serving in the department of AGP. (Electrical Engineering) from University of Engineering & Technology. Commissioner Gujranwala Division. and Foreign Direct Investment & its framework. He has also done Masters in Business Administration (Finance). Additional Deputy Commissioner and Administrator Municipal Committee Sheikhupura. DCO Sheikhupura and Muzaffargarh. He did his Master in Accountancy in Public Sector Financial Management from Caledonian University. in Audit & Accounts Training Institute. and district levels. National Engineering Services. Prior to joining Civil Service in Audit & Accounts. Public Financial Management. Mr. 6. In Civil Service he has experience of public sector financial management. New York. reliability. for a Shanghai-based NGO. report of which was published in the Annual Audit Report of Pakistan. Adnan Rafique He joined service in 1994 and is an officer of PA & AS. He has served in various Audit & Accounts assignments within the department of AGP. He has over 26 years of professional experience in public as well as private sector. He joined NSPP in year 2014 and serving as Directing Staff at SMW. He has served as Chief Settlement Commissioner and Member Board of Revenue. Audit in Lahore. Tariq Najeeb Najmi Mr. Joint USChina Cooperation on Clean Energy to develop a training module on local energy and environment policymaking for the mayoral training program operated by the China Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. performance evaluation of public sector enterprises & social welfare programs. from Institute of Business Administration (IBA). regulatory audit. Recently he conducted a ten-day professional training workshop in Riyadh for the government officers working in General Audit Bureau. Punjab University and B. Adnan has a Masters Degree in English literature from Punjab University. and involved in public sector policy formulation process. Toba Tek Singh & Jhang. Welfare Economics. He has been engaged with PIFRA implementation to increase the accuracy. He belongs to 14th CTP. He has also served as Director Training.

Islamabad and Directing Staff in SMW and now is associated as Directing Staff in NIM Lahore.S) and is a widely-published writer and analyst on Islam. He has also attended courses on Leadership. Allama Iqbal Open University. he has headed six provincial level departments being Secretary. He has also done MBA (Finance) from Institute of Business Administration.I. IDB. ACL Economic Analysis. Ahmar Elahi Mr. He joined NSPP in April. He has designed and conducted capacity Building Courses in Turkey. International Islamic University. Simulation Exercises on Energy Crisis. Khan Saad S. National Heritage and Crisis and Disaster Management. Financial Instruments and International Financial Institutions. His academic interests also extend. UK. He also remained Managing Director & CEO of Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP). IDI. Punjab University. Public Financial Management. He has served in various audit and accounts offices. Security and Defense Studies and City & Urban Planning. Japan and China under ASOSAI. democracy. Secretary Information Dept and Secretary. Ahmar Elahi is a PA&AS Officer from 24 th Common. As a civil servant. He is a certified Audit Training Specialist. Services & General Admin Dept (S&GAD). among others. but are not limited. ADB and Common Wealth. His research interests include Performance Auditing. Sir Syed Center for Advance Research and Air University. He has conducted Audit of OPCW Hogue. 2012 and has served as Chief Instructor. Thailand.A. Vienna in Austria and has represented Pakistan in ASOSAI. to Public Policy. He was member of team of officers who led the change management in Pakistan Audit Department under PIFRA by training more than 25000 officers and officials across Pakistan. Balochistan Levies Force. NIM. Also he did Masters in Accounting (Public Sector Financial Management) from Glasgow Caledonian University.Financial Consultant. Glasgow. He is also member of Institute of Internal Auditors. Financial and Human Resource Management sponsored by USAID and Government Allied Institutes. He has conducted Audit of United Nation Industrial Development Organization. Project. Iran. Saad S. Department Economics. of Balochistan) and Deputy Commandant/A. Dr Khan has vast teaching experience and has taught full semester courses at many Universities including the GIK Institute (Swabi). 9. Dr Khan has extensive experience at all three tiers of Government hierarchy. He is the sponsor of Study Module-II (Administrative Structures and Governance Issues) and has designed and conducted Case Study on GPF problems and Issues at operational level. Dr. 8. SAP R/3. Mr. He holds a Master Degree in English Literature from Punjab University. Khan (PhD) is an officer of Pakistan Administrative Service (P. 15 . Additional Secretary (Education Dept) Punjab. Health Dept. Canada. Secretary. Hell and UNIDO Vienna and Cambodia. As Secretary to the Government.G. He is fellow member of Pakistan Institute of Public Finance Accountants. He has recently Acted as Chief Instructor NIM Lahore. Director Intelligence (Govt. USA. Planning & Development (P&D). rule of law and Politics.

He remained posted on Command and Staff duties i.e. Lahore. Murree. Lahore. Amherst. Lahore. USA.e. Cherat. Simly. Sind University. Dr Khan was a Fulbright Scholar at Institute of Training & Development. Officers Advance Commando Course. He joined NSPP in 2015 and serving as Directing Staff at SMW. MA (Political Science) from Punjab University. High Commission for Pakistan. London. Staff and Instructional Appointments. 7th Gulf Award for Outstanding Pakistanis (Research & Writing) and his name has recently been recommended for Sitata e Imtiaz too. Sudan. Intelligence Staff Course. Sri Lanka and elsewhere. Cambridge. Punjab Provincial Headquarters IB. Cairo University. and has been a Cambridge-OSI Trust Scholar at the University of Cambridge. UK. UK. he has appeared as Guest Speaker at Naval War College. Maj. Prominent amongst them are. Major (R) Attique Arshad joined Intelligence Bureau (IB) in March 2001 and subsequently got absorbed in November 2003. Special Train the Trainers’ Course on Counter Terrorism (For Sudanese Intelligence Officers). Adjutant of a Infantry Battalion as well as of a Commando Battalion. University of Peshawar. Islamabad. Islamabad and Director Counter Terrorism Field operations IB Lahore. (R) Attique Arshad Maj. in recognition to gallantry act in the field of Counter Terrorism. Company Commander of a Infantry Battalion as well as of a Commando Battalion (SSG). Counter Terrorism Course. Massachusettes. Loralai. Specialized Course on Training of Trainer (Sciences of Security and Intelligence). He got commissioned in the Pakistan Army in September 1988 and remained posted on different Command. Punjab. Jamia Millia University New Delhi and Cornell University. 10. Iqbal Academy and countless other forums. SMW-NSPP. Many professional certifications to his credit are. School of Military Intelligence. Belgium. Civil Services Academy.He has appeared as Guest Speaker abroad at University of Dhaka. UK. Islamabad. Deputy Director Security. Senior Management Course. 16 . NIM. Bolan Award for Culture (Military Music) . (R) Attique Arshad has done his MBA (HRM) from Preston University. “Tamgha-e-Shujaat” (Gallantry Act) by the President of Pakistan. and Post Graduate Diploma. Jamshoro. Armed Forces Mountaineering Badge. Platoon Commander (Instructor) at Pakistan Military Academy Kakul and Instructor at Special Operation School (Special Service Group). Lahore and now a days undertaking MS Strategic Human Resource Management from UMT. NY. Lahore. Frontier Corps Training Center. Governor of Punjab Academic Distinction Shield. Egypt. He has also been conferred with the National Civil Award i. Special Service Group. Mid-Career Management Course. HRM. Officer Commanding Anti-Terrorist Training School. USA among many other forums and conferences in Italy. Bahauddin Zakaria University. Multan. Deputy Commandant IB Academy. He has been awarded with 2 x Commendation Certificates (Grade-I) by the Director General of Intelligence Bureau in 2013 & 2014 respectively for professional excellence in the field of Counter Terrorism. UK. University of Karachi. Dr Khan holds many awards honors including Sicahin War Medal. Second Secretary Counsellor Affairs. He is an active member of Oxbridge Forum in Pakistan. NUST. Lahore. Ithaca. Within Pakistan.