BS-19 PCS officers: Medical certificate made mandatory for senior management course

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has made medical certificate mandatory for 16th senior management course (SMC) for BS-19 officers of Pakistan Customs Services at National Management College, Lahore and National Institute of Management, Karachi.
In a letter issued on Monday, the FBR said that the date to submit consent for the course has been extended for two days i.e. May 28, 2014 with the pre-requisites included:
Consent(s) must reach to the board up to May 28, 2014 accompanying latest medical certificate(s).
Nomination shall not be considered in case the medical certificate is not furnished.
No further extension shall be made for the purpose.
The letter said that the officers who have already exercise their consent(s) as well as forwarded medical certificate(s) need not to submit the same again.
In the previous letter issued May 20, the FBR intimated that 16th Senior Management Course (SMC) for BS-19 officers had been scheduled to be held shortly at National Management College, Lahore and National Institute of Management, Karachi.
Nomination of BS-19 officers of Pakistan Customs Services in order of senior are required to be forwarded to the Establishment Divisions for nomination of suitable officers for the course.
The authorities said that before sending the names of officers to the establishment division, consent of each eligible officer for the purpose should be obtained whether the officer is available for attending the course or otherwise.
The officers, who have been asked to send their consent, are included:
1. Aamer Rashid Sheikh, Additional Director, Directorate of Reforms & Automation (Customs) Karachi.
2. Syed Wajid Ali, Additional Collector, MCC Appraisement (East), Karachi.
3. Abdul Qadir Memon, On Deputation to US Aid.
4. Ms. Lubna Jaffar Ali, Additional Collector, MCC (PACCS) Karachi.
5. Dr. Aftab Ahmed Bhatti, Additional Collector, MCC (Exports) Karachi.
6. Muhammad Imran Khan Mohmand, Secretary, FBR (HQ), Islamabad.
7. Akhtar Husain, Additional Director, PCA, Lahore.
8. M Adnan Akram, Additional Director, Directorate of Internal Audit (Customs), Lahore.
9. Ch. Muhammad Javed, Additional Director, Directorate of Transit Trade, Karachi.
10. Fayyaz Anwar, Additional Director, Directorate of I&I-FBR, Lahore.
11. Irfan-ur-Rehman Khan, Additional Collector, MCC Sialkot.
12. M. Junaid Jalil Khan, Secretary, FBR(HQ) Islamabad.
13. Ms. Shazia Ikram, Additional Director, Directorate General of Customs (Valuation), Karachi.
14. Ms. Saima Shahzad, Secretary, FBR(HQ) Islamabad.
15. Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad, Additional Collector, MCC Appraisement (West) Karachi.
16. Khalid Hussain Jamali, Additional Director, Directorate of Internal Audit (Customs) Karachi.
17. Ms. Iram Maqbool Aaimir, Additional Collector, Collectorate of Customs (Adjudication), Islamabad.
18. Feroz Alam Junejo, Additioal Director, Directorate of I&I-FBR, Karachi.
19. Syed Shakeel Shah, Deputy Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office, Islamabad.
20. Muhammad Saleem, Additional Director, Directorate of I&I-FBR, Rawalpindi.
21. Malik Kamran Azam Khan, Additional Collector, MCC Peshawar.
22. Zahid Ali Baig, Director Enforcement, Strategic Export Control Division, M/O Foreign Affairs, Islamabad.
23. Ihsan Ali Shah, Additional Collector, MCC Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, Karachi.
24. Sadiqullah Khan, Additional Collector, Office of the Chief Collector (North), Islamabad.
25. Mumtaz Ali Khoso, Additional Collector, MCC Export, Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, Karachi.
26. M. Mohsin Rafiq, Additional Director, Directorate General of I&I-FBR, Islamabad.
27. Irfan Javed, Additional Collector, MCC Port Muhammad Bin Qasim, Karachi.

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