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    Contract Recruitment Policy Punjab Pakistan

  • Body formed to make recruitment policy

    LAHORE: Chief Secretary Khizar Hayat Gondal ordered the constitution of a committee on Wednesday to formulate a fresh policy on recruitment in government departments...

    Mr Gondal directed secretaries to cooperate with the Punjab Overseas Pakistanis Commission for resolving the problems of overseas Pakistanis...

  • OGDCL declines to follow govt’s recruitment policy

    ISLAMABAD: The state-run Oil and Gas Development Company Limited has declined to implement the ‘merit-based recruitment policy’ of the federal government, saying its corporate structure was completely independent of government rules...

    The terse response from the company, under the administrative set-up of the ministry of petroleum, came when the prime minister sought an explanation in June on complaints about violation of...

  • Punjab ‘cancelled Ring Road contract’ awarded to Kamran Kayani

    LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Tuesday that his government had cancelled the Ring Road contract awarded to Kamran Kayani for his failure to honour the commitment...

    “When the PML-N came to power in Punjab in 2008, I found that Kamran Kayani (brother of former army chief retired Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani) was awarded the Ring Road construction contract by the previous government...

  • Recruitment of Muslim sweepers affects cleanliness at KP hospitals

    They said that cleanliness situation was better in the hospitals where Christians were recruited as sweepers because they had been doing the job since migration of their forefathers from Punjab more than 50 years ago...

    “The hospitals are finding it hard to maintain cleanliness due to the recruitment of Muslims on the posts of sweepers by ministers and politicians...

  • Calgary imams fight back against Islamic State recruitment

    CALGARY: A group of Calgary imams is marking the first line of defence at the foot of the Rocky Mountains against the self-styled Islamic State (IS) group's recruitment of Canadians as fighters...

    Several imams issued a religious edict against IS jihadists last month, denouncing its threats against Canada and its online recruitment after dozens of Canadians —mostly from Calgary —traveled to Syria to join their cause...

  • Key Lady Reading Hospital recruitment stayed

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench on Thursday stayed recruitment of medical and hospital directors to Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar, the biggest government hospital in the province, under the government’s health reforms...

    The bench later fixed June 30 for hearing into the petition of Pakistan Medical Association through its provincial president, Dr Hussain Ahmad Haroon, against different steps of the boards of governors of the...

  • New Drap rules and recruitment raises controversy

    ISLAMABAD: On the order of the Supreme Court, the Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) has started the process of appointments in the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (DRAP) by advertising 192 posts...

    “I assured them that their grievances will be taken up at the next meeting of the policy board of the ministry of NHS...

  • Two arrested in Bangladesh over IS recruitment: police

    DHAKA: Two members of a banned Bangladeshi radical group have been arrested for trying to recruit young Muslims to fight with the Islamic State organisation, police said Monday...

    Aminul Islam Baig, 40, and Shakib bin Kamal, 30, were both arrested on Sunday night during raids at two addresses in Dhaka in which officers also recovered jihadist literature and computer equipment, police added
  • Medical teachers’ recruitment

    LAHORE: The chief minister has directed the health department to fill all teaching positions at the four newly set-up medical colleges in Punjab...

    The government issued the directions after Pakistan Medical and Dental Council proposed action against the new medical colleges over acute shortage of teaching staff...

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