21 officers nominated for senior management course

Ratodero: The Establishment Division, Government of Pakistan has nominated 21 officers for the 15th Senior Management Course (SMC) for BS-19 officers working in Sindh for which they have been asked to submit their medical examination reports within 24 hours.

These officers include Baqar Raza Naqvi, Secretary Settlement & Survey, Board of Revenue, Sindh, Ghulam Haider Mangrio, Director Minorities Affairs, Ghulam Hussain Memon, Director, Anti-Corruption Establishment, Agha Pervez, Additional Secretary, Social Welfare Department, Samiuddin Siddiqui, Collector/DC East, Karachi, Abdul Wahab Memon, Additional Secretary, Transport Department, Ejaz Hussain Baloch, awaiting posting, Kamran Shamshad, Director Youth Affairs, Sports, Syed Mohsin Ali Shah, Additional Secretary, Criminal Prosecution, Services Wing, Law Department, Nasir Abbas Soomro, Collector/DC Dadu, Muhammad Sadiq Rajar, Registrar, Cooperative Societies, Sindh, Ghulam Abbas Detho, Regional Director, Provincial Support Unit, PPHI, Sindh, Ms. Rafia Haleem, Additional Secretary, Sports & Youth Affairs Department, Mrs. Anjum Iqbal Jumani, Additional secretary, Irrigation Department,, Dr. Azim-ur-Rahim Khan Meo, Additional Secretary, Auqaf, RA, Z&U, Department, Asif Jehangir, Additional Secretary, Finance Department, Ms. Abida Lodhi Director (Admin), Zulfiqarabad Development Authority, Zubair Pervez Soomro, Additional Secretary, Agriculture Department, Ashfaque Ahmed Soomro, Director, PPRA, Abu Bakar Ahmed, Additional Secretary, Coal & Energy Department and Muhammad Akhtar Ghori, Secretary to Government of Sindh, Karachi.

Services, General Administration & Coordination Department, Government of Sindh, Karachi, has also issued letter dated: January 27, 2014 in this regard. The SMC will start from 24th February, 2014 to 11th July 2014 at National Management College, Lahore and National Institute of Management, Karachi.

After completion of SMC training these officers will be promoted from BS-19 to BS-20, reliable sources told PPI.

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