Governor signs Punjab Regularization of Service Amendment Ordinance 2022


Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has signed the Punjab Regularization of Service Amendment Ordinance 2022 while as the Chancellor of universities of Punjab, he also approved several summaries related to universities.

According to details, Chaudhr Sarwar on Monday signed the Punjab Regularization of Service Amendment Ordinance 2022 under which after amending section 07 of the Punjab Regulation of Service Act 2018, now contract employees can appear before the Scrutiny Committee or Public Service Commission three times. While before this, according to the Punjab Regularization Act 2018, if an employee was not recommended by either Commission or Scrutiny Committee, he would immediately dismissed from the service.

Governor Punjab has also approved several summaries related to the universities. He accepted the summaries of appointing Prof. Dr. Athar Mehboob, Vice-Chancellor of Islamia University Bahawalpur, as a member of the Board of Directors of South Punjab Institute of Science and Technology DG Khan, while Dr. Islam Ullah Khan, Vice-Chancellor University of Mianwali, has been given additional charge as the Vice-Chancellor of Thal University, Bhakkar. Universities’ Chancellor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has appointed Prof. Dr. Shamsa Humayun as Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Fatima Jinnah Medical University for three years.

Chaudhry Sarwar approved Associate Professor Zainab Javed Dar to be given additional charge of Registrar in Rawalpindi Women University and directed the Department of Higher Education to complete the process of appointment of Regular Registrar here in six months.

As the Chancellor of all universities of Punjab, Governor Punjab has extended the additional charge of Dr. Prof. Naveed Ahmed of Emerson College University Multan for six months.

He approved to appoint Dr. Abid Rashid as Dean Faculty of Medical Sciences at GC University Faisalabad for three years while Dr. Sheikh Shafiqul Rehman as Dean Faculty of Islamic Learning at Islamia University Bahawalpur.


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