More than 150 officers were promoted to grade 21 and grade 20 during a two-day Central Selection Board (CSB) meeting. The CSB meeting ending on Saturday approved promotions of officers from the District Management Group (DMG), Secretariat Group (SG), Police Service of Pakistan (PSP), Information Group, Postal Service, Intelligence Bureau, Planning Commission, Communications, Defence, Capital Administration and Development Division, and Professional and Technical Training Division.
On Saturday the CSB meeting, which was chaired by Justice Rana Bhagwan Das, at the Establishment Division approved promotions of 23 DMG officers, seven PSP and 14 Secretariat group and 12 Information Group officers from grade 20 to grade 21.
The DMG officers, promoted from Grade 20 to 21 include Khusro Pervaiz, Iftikhar Hussain Babar, Khalid Gilani, Capt (retd) Muhammed Yousuf, Arifa Sabohi, Muhammed Humayun, Badshah Bukhari, Furqan Bahadur Khan, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mubashir Raza, Khalid Ahmed, Abid Javed, Kalimullah Lashari, and Mohsin Haqqani. The board also approved promotions of 66 DMG officers to grade 20.
From the Secretariat Group, the officers promoted to grade 21 included Zahoor Ahmed, Ramazan Awan, Anwer Sheikh, Khalid Gardezi, Muhammed Salman, Mushtaq Ahmed, Abdus Saboor Nizamani and Ejaz Hussain. The board also approved the promotions of 10 officers to grade 20.
From the Police Service, the officers promoted to grade 21 included Khalid Qureshi, Nasimuz Zaman, Aslam Tareen, Murwat Shah, Zafar Abbas Lak, Zakir Hussain, and Amir Ali. Thirteen PSP officers were promoted to grade 20.
On Friday, the board approved the promotions of 12 Information Group officers from grades 20 and 21.
From the Information Group, sources privy to the meeting told The Express Tribune that the board has approved promotions of Javed Sarfraz Malik, Azizur Rehman Gondal, Talat Waseem, Khalid Sarwar, and Information Services Academy Director General Mubashira Bajwa to grade 21.
Sheraz Latif, Raja Farooq, Maqbool Shah, Rafiq Dahir and Rao Tehseen, along with Muhammad Tariq in Jeddah and Saba Mohsin in Brussels, have been elevated to grade 20.
The board, sources said, deferred the promotions of Audit and Accounts Service and Federal Board of Revenue officials due to the absence of the heads of these departments.
The CSB also took up promotion cases of Inter-Services Intelligence, Federal Investigation Agency, Federal Public Service Commission and Management Services officers.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 26th, 2011.
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