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GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN


Ministry of Science & Technology
(SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL

RESEARCH DIVISION)




YEAR BOOK

2010-11

© 2011 published by: Ministry of Science & Technology

Government of Pakistan

Islamabad

Printed at: Pakistan Scientific & Technological Information Centre (PASTIC), Ministry of Science & Technology

Quaid-e-Azam University Campus, Islamabad.

ACRONYMS



AEA

Assistant Electronic Adviser

APCTT

Asia and Pacific Centre for Technology Transfer

ASA

Assistant Scientific Adviser

ATA

Assistant Technological Adviser

BMR

Balancing Modernization & Rehabilitation

CAMB

Centre for Applied Molecular Biology

CDWP

Central Development Working Party

CIIT

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

COMSATS

Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South

COMSTECH

Organization of Islamic Countries Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation

CWHR

Council for Works & Housing Research

DDWP

Departmental Development Working Party

DEA

Deputy Electronic Adviser

DSA

Deputy Scientific Adviser

DTA

Deputy Technological Adviser

ECNEC

Executive Committee of National Economic Council

ECO

Economic Cooperation Organization

EDB

Engineering Development Board

EEZ

Exclusive Economic Zone

FAO

Food & Agriculture Organization

GIKI

Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute

HRD

Human Resource Development

IDB

Islamic Development Bank

IIEE

Institute of Industrial Electronics Engineering

JEA

Joint Electronic Adviser

JSA

Joint Scientific Adviser

JTA

Joint Technological Adviser

MIRDC

Metal Industry Research & Development Centre

MoST

Ministry of Science and Technology

NAM

Non Aligned Movement

NCST

National Commission for Science & Technology

NIE

National Institute of Electronics

NIO

National Institute of Oceanography

NODC

National Oceanographic Data Centre

NPSL

National Physical and Standards Laboratory

NUST

National University of Sciences & Technology

OIC

Organization of Islamic Conference

PC-I

Planning Commission 1: (Standard Format for Preparing Project Proposals)

P&C

Policy and Coordination

P&D

Planning & Development

PASTIC

Pakistan Scientific & Technological Information Centre

PCAT

Pakistan Council of Appropriate Technologies

PCRET

Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies

PCRWR

Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources

PCSIR

Pakistan Council of Scientific & Industrial Research

PCST

Pakistan Council for Science & Technology

PMNH

Pakistan Museum of Natural History

PNAC

Pakistan National Accreditation Council

PSDP

Public Sector Development Programme

PSF

Pakistan Science Foundation

PSI

Pakistan Standards Institute

PSQCA

Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority

PSTC

Pak Swiss Training Centre

PTB

Pakistan Technology Board

QCC

Quality Control Centre

R&D

Research & Development

S&T

Science & Technology

S&TR

Scientific & Technological Research

SAARC

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation

SDC

Standards Development Centre

SME

Small & Medium Enterprise

SMEDA

Small & Medium Enterprises Development Authority

STED

Science & Technology for Economic Development

STEDEC

STEDEC Technology Commercialization Corporation of Pakistan (Pvt.) Ltd.

TSC

Technical Services Centre

TVCC

Technology Venture Capital Companies

UNIDO

United Nations Industrial Development Organization

WRRC

Water Resource Research Center

WTO

World Trade Organization



Table of Contents


1

Scientific & Technological Research Division (S&TR Division

1




  1. Table-1:Non Development Allocation 2010-11

  2. Table-2: PSDP Allocation 2010-11

  3. Table-3: Federal Ministers / Ministers of State and Advisers to PM / President Incharge for M/o Science & Technology

  4. Table-4:Federal Secretaries of MoST

  5. Table-5:Organogam of M/o Science & Technology

  6. Table-6: Work Distribution List of M/o Science & Technology

6

7

8



10

11

12






  1. Technology Wing

  2. Policy and Coordination (P&C) Wing

  3. Planning and Development (P&D) Wing

  4. International Liaison (IL) Wing

  5. Electronics Wing

  6. Administration Wing

  7. Finance and Accounts Wing

13

21

24



26

31

36



39

2.

3.

4



5.

6.

7.



8.

9.

10.



11.

12.


13.

14.


15.

16.


17.


Centre for Applied Molecular Biology (CAMB

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT)

Council for Works and Housing Research (CWHR)

National Institute of Electronics (NIE)

National Institute of Oceanography (NIO)

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)

Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies (PCRET)

Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR)

Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (PCSIR)

Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST)

Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)

Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC)

Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF)

Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority (PSQCA)

Pakistan Technology Board (PTB)

STEDEC Technology Commercialization Corporation of Pakistan



43

48

53



61

70

73



79

89

108



122

127


133

135


157

188


192


Message from Mir Changez Khan Jamali

Federal Minister for Science & Technology
It is certainly a matter of profound privilege for me to convey my message for the year book which has been highlighting the performance and achievements of the Ministry of Science & Technology (MoST) and its organizations every year.
Despite the prevailing economic crunch and the consequential financial restraints, MoST has not compromised upon its vision and performance. The resolve to become a strategic collaborator of the industry through research, technology transfer, technology incubation, commercialization of research out comes and services remains undeterred.
Our focus has been to develop fresh synergies and collaborations among relevant stakeholders in the diverse and emerging areas of science, technology and innovation both from public and private sector. Today the R&D organizations of MoST are in active pursuit of research pertaining to all imperative areas of science and technology. Need of the hour is to translate this research into economically viable and marketable products. The R&D organizations are being encouraged to commercialize their products and services in order to achieve self-sustainability over a period of time.
I realize that Government of Pakistan further needs to provide adequate resources and support to Science & Technology organizations so that the capacity and capability of our scientists and technologists can be brought up to the highest standards and in service to the people of Pakistan.
In the wake of current global economic crises, the survival of a country lies with the ability to translate its human resource into capital resource. Pakistan is a country having enormous untapped human resource and it is only with professional education on science, technology and innovation as well as skill development that we can turn the wheels of our economy and bring about promising prospects to the country.
The Government realize the economic problems and tribulations being faced by the people at large and it has an absolute will to improve their living standards and provide them with opportunities for better livelihood. The Government of Pakistan is determined to extend all possible service and facilitation to its people in order to benefit from the various efforts taken up in the various fields of science & technology.
The Science, Technology and Innovation Policy-2010 is in process of approval and shall be implemented in MoST in its true spirit. The Policy provides a holistic view of the role of science, technology and innovation in socio-economic development of the country with clearly defined objectives. In this policy, efforts have been made to keep the S&T programme aligned with the mandate of the present people’s government, which is focusing to enhance transformation of knowledge into products, processes, services or solutions that add values across every industry for maximum socio economic benefits.



Foreword

The Year Book 2010-11 of the Ministry of science & Technology is the official handbook published in pursuance of sub-rule (2) of Rule 25 of the Rules of Business 1973. The year book reviews the activities and achievements of the Ministry and its S&T Organizations during the Financial Year 2010-11 and plans for the next year.


The activities of these organizations en-compasses wide areas of science & technology as well as higher education. In particular, area that have shown noticeable increased activities during the report period are renewable energy, management of water resources, coastal and oceanic resources, different areas of industrial research, electronics, testing and quality control and assurance.
The Ministry has initiated some very imperative projects in various fields such as Renewable Energy, Food, Material Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals including trade related interventions to enhance export and increasing trade. Through these projects it has been planned to achieve certain targets (such as commercialization of research outcome, transfer of technology to local industry, entrepreneurship development, provision of services to various industrial establishments, human resource development and capacity building of S&T organizations) set by this Ministry. It is believed that commercialization of research outputs is one of the most effective means to encourage and promote development of science, technology and innovation. One of the key achievements of this Ministry is the preparation of Draft National S,T&I Policy, which has been finalized in consultation with the stakeholders including Provincial Governments, Private Sector and Federal Ministries and approved by Prime Minister for submission to the Cabinet.
51 Development Projects of this Ministry were under implementation, most of which could not be funded appropriately as per PSDP’s allocation due to prevailing severe Financial Crisis in the country. In view of the situation special attention was given to the projects of national importance. Further to this, the construction work of MoST building complex has also been initiated to provide the office accommodation to its employees on permanent basis.
The Ministry of Science & Technology besides funding its own S&T organizations also provides funds to S&T related development project of other organizations. All these efforts are dedicated to uplift the well being of people through application of S&T in major sector of our economy.

Akhlaq Ahmad Tarar

Secretary

Government of Pakistan

Ministry of Science & Technology



ISLAMABAD

Dated: January, 2012




    1. Scientific and Technological Research Division (S&TR Division)

The Scientific and Technological Research Division was established in 1964 for (i) coordination and implementation of national science and technology policy; (ii) promotion and coordination of research and utilization of the results of research; (iii) development, production and utilization of nuclear energy; and (iv) coordination of utilization of scientific and technological manpower. The Division was administratively responsible for National Science Council, the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, the Atomic Energy Commission and the Space and Upper Atmospheric Research Committee.


The Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) has been functioning since 1972. It is the national focal point and enabling arm of Government of Pakistan for planning, coordinating and directing efforts; to initiate and launch scientific and technological programs and projects as per national agenda for sound and sustainable S&TR base for the socio-economic development, to achieve the vision for a better Pakistan, in terms of the mandate contained in Schedule-II of the Federal Government Rules of Business, 1973.
From the areas of industrial development to renewable energy and rural development, the Ministry suggests technological development for higher growth-rates and to improve standards of living. Its principal focus is on building Pakistan's technological competence in the 21st century as we enter new markets, developing a larger pool of human resources to reverse brain drain, and for integrating the existing technological infrastructure for strengthening of technology institutions, effective governance of S&TR and enhancing the capacity of indigenous innovation systems.
The Division is headed by a Secretary; its establishment has a sanctioned strength of 176 personnel and 17 on development side. The work is divided amongst Administration & Finance Wings and five technical wings; namely, (i) Policy & Coordination, (ii) the Planning & Development, (iii) the Technology, (iv) the International Liaison, and (v) the Electronics Wing. Efforts to consolidate achievements in the priority areas included: Human-Resource Development; Transfer of Technology from R&D Institutions and Universities to Industry; Food & Agriculture; Analytical Centers for Industrial Analysis, Industrialization, Health, Electronics, Ocean Resources, New Materials, Biotechnology, Textiles, and Pharmaceuticals.
The Division’s programmes are mainly implemented by 16 institutions/organization listed in the Index S&T/R&D and other organizations placed under its responsibility. S&T related developmental projects of organizations under other Ministries/Divisions are also financed through this Division. For 2010-11, the Ministry was provided a budget of Rs.925,109.000 Million, which includes revised allocation of Rs.619,300.000 million as development and Rs.305,809.000 million as non-development budget.
Initially the Division was established as part of Ministry of Education in February 1960. In February 1972, the S&T Division was granted its ministerial status to undertake multifarious functions, as depicted in 28 of Schedule-II of the Federal Rules of Business (RoB) 1973, and as modified from time to time. These are:

Article 28 of Schedule - II

  1. Establishment of science cities.

  2. Establishment of institutes and laboratories for research and development in the scientific and technological fields.

  3. Establishment of science universities as specifically assigned by the Federal Government.

  4. Planning, coordination, promotion and development of science and technology monitoring and evaluation of research and development works, including scrutiny of development projects and coordination of development programmes in the fields.

  5. Promotion of applied research and utilization of results of research in the scientific and technological fields, carried out at home and abroad.

  6. Guidance to the research institutions in the Federation, as well as the provinces in the fields of applied scientific and technological research.

  7. Coordination of utilization of manpower for scientific and technological research.

  8. Promotion and development of industrial technology.

  9. Promotion of scientific and technological contacts and liaison nationally and internationally, including dealings and agreements with other countries and international organizations.

  10. Initiate promotional measures for establishment of venture-capital companies for technological development and growth.

  11. Support to NGOs concerned with development of science and technology.

  12. Promotion of Metrology Standards, Testing and Quality-Assurance System.

  13. National Commission for Science and Technology.

  14. Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.

  15. Omitted vide Cab: Div. Notification No. 4-6/97-Min. I dated 3-3-1998

  16. Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources.

  17. Omitted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

  18. Council for Works and Housing Research.

  19. Omitted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

  20. Omitted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

  21. Centre for Applied Molecular Biology.

  22. Pakistan Science Foundation.

  23. National Institute of Electronics.

  24. Pakistan Council for Science and Technology.

  25. National Institute of Oceanography.

  26. Omitted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

  27. Omitted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

  28. Scientific and Technological Development Corporation.

  29. National University of Science and Technology.

  30. Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority (PSQCA).

  31. Prescription of Standards and Measures for Quality Control of Manufactured Goods.

  32. Establishment of Standards of Weights and Measures.

133. Development, Deployment and Demonstration of Renewable Sources of Energy.

234. Pakistan National Accreditation Countril (PNAC)

235. Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies (PCRET)

236. COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

237. Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)

1Added vide SRO No.802 (1).2001, dated 27.11.2001.

2Entries 34-37 inserted vide SRO 226(I)/2010 (F.No.4-4/2007-Min-I), dated 02-04-2010

2. To put in effect the above mentioned mandate, the Ministry is assigned the following listed organizations. These include multi-disciplinary research councils, National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF), Pakistan Standards & Quality Control Authority (PSQCA), two mono-discipline institutes and an applied research center in molecular biology. In addition to a S&T Development Marketing Company; these were created by Statutes, Executive Resolutions, MOUs or registered under Companies Ordinance issued from time to time:-




Institution

Established in

No. of Employees as on 1.07.2010

Legal Basis



Pakistan Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (PCSIR)

1953

2,590

Act XXX of 1973




Pakistan Council for Science &Technology (PCST)



1961

66

Resolution 1987. Declared Civil Servant in the light of Apex Body’s decision



Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR)


1970

343

Act No. 1 of 2007




Council for Works and Housing Research (CWHR)


1972

103

Resolution 1998. Declared Civil Servant in the light of Apex Body’s decision



Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF)

PASTIC


PMNH


1973

169
139

121



Act III of 1973



National Institute of Electronics (NIE)

1979

144

Ordinance III of 1979



National Institute of Oceanography (NIO)


1981

111

Act III of 2007




Centre for Applied Molecular Biology (CAMB)

1987

47

Resolution

Declared Civil Servant in the light of Apex body’s decision






STEDEC Technology Commercialization Corporation of Pakistan

1987

22

Private Ltd. Company

Registered under Companies’ Ordinance 1984.






National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST)


1991

3,039

Act XX of 1997



Pakistan Standards and Quality Control Authority (PSQCA)


1996

274

Act. VI of 1996.





Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC)


1998

37

Cabinet Decision Notification as Apex Body. Declared Civil Servants in the light of Apex body’s decision




Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies (PCRET)


2001

145

Resolution:

Declared Civil Servants in the light of Apex body’s decision






COMSATS Institute of Information Technology(CIIT)


2000

3,094

Ordinance No. xxxviii of 2000




Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)


1976

113

Act 1975




Pakistan Technology Board (PTB)

2000

3

Notification of 2000

The Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation) (COMSTECH) is a specialized Ministerial Standing Committee established by the Islamic Summit. The President of Islamic Republic of Pakistan is its Chairman. COMSTECH General Assembly is most important OIC Forum on Science & Technology that meets after every 2 years to deliberate on Science & Technology issues facing the Islamic world and looks towards Pakistan for its leadership in Science & Technology. At present 57 Countries /delegates are members of OIC.


During the year under review, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) has faculty strength of 1,835 and programme offering of 55. Total graduates produced so far are 12,284.
Pakistan Engineering Council is an autonomous body established in 1976 under Act of Parliament. It is regulatory body and regulating the engineering educations in the country. The Council is meeting its expenditure through its own resources, and a nominal grant is being sanctioned by the Govt. also.
Pakistan Technology Board (PTB) was established in September 2000 initially for a period of three years. In December 2004, M.S. Wing recommended PTB as an autonomous entity of Ministry of Science & Technology and also recommended a management review after three years in order to ascertain its performance for continuity. The Board was placed under PCST.
The budgetary allocations for the S&T and R&D organizations, and investments effected through PSDP for 2010-11 are listed in Tables 1 & 2.
3. Federal Ministers/Ministers of State/Advisers to Presidents/Prime Ministers, assigned to the Ministry from time to time since 1960 are listed at Table 3. Mir Chengaz Khan Jamali was designated as a Federal Minister for Science & Technology w.e.f. 12.02.2011. Federal Secretaries of the Division since February 1972 are listed in Table 4.
The Ministry’s Secretariat has a sanctioned strength of 176 personnel and 17 on development side. Its work is divided into five wings: namely, (i) Technology (ii) Electronics, (iii) Policy & Coordination (P&C), (iv) Planning and Development (P&D) (v) International Liaison (IL), which are professionally staffed and headed by Joint Advisers. Administration & Finance Wings are headed by a Joint Secretary (Admn) and Chief Finance & Accounts Officer to provide support services. The Work Distribution List of M/o. Science & Technology at Table-5 and the Organogram of the Ministry of Science & Technology is at Table-6.


Table-1 Non-Development Allocation 2010-2011 (In Rupees)

S. No.

Name of Organization

Budget Grant

2010-2011

Revised Allocation 2010-11

1.

Ministry of Science & Technology including Science Counsellor Office at Beijing (China)

349,156,000

305,809,000

2.

Pakistan Technology Board

6,000,000

2,997,000

3.

Pakistan Council for Science & Technology.

67,000,000

64,779,000

4.

Pakistan Science Foundation.

120,000,000

146,085,000

5.

Pakistan Museum of Natural History.

60,000,000

67,924,000

6.

Pakistan Scientific and Technological Information Centre.

60,000,000

71,682,000

7.

National Institute of Electronics.

75,000,000

81,685,000

8.

National University of Science & Technology.

1,365,000,000

1,582,556,000

9.

Pakistan National Accreditation Council.

22,000,000

21,884,000

10.

Pakakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies.

60,000,000

69,490,000

11.

Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources.

85,000,000

113,299,000

12.

National Physical & Standard Laboratory.

68,000,000

77,158,000

13.

Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research.

875,000,000

1,086,134,000

14.

Pakistan Engineering Council.

5,000,000

5,000,000

15.

Centre for Applied Molecular Biology

22,000,000

19,000,000

16.

National Institute of Oceanography

46,000,000

57,360,000

17.

Council for Works and Housing Research.

37,000,000

42,007,000

Grand Total

3,322,156,000

3,814,849,000



Table 2: PSDP Allocation 2010-11
(Rs. In Million)

S.No

Name of Organization

No. of Projects

Total Cost of Projects

Allocation 2010-11

Total Release

Total

Expenditure

1

Main Ministry

5

1565.314

93.956

93.000

93.956

2

Pakistan Council of Scientific and Industrial Research(PCSIR)

17

4649.253

189.100

189.000

189.100

3

Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources(PCRWR)

12

2084.956

68.700

67.900

67.900

4

Pakistan Technology Board (PTB)

4

143.289

10.732

10.732

10.732

5

Pakistan Science Foundation(PSF)

2

73.080

3.738

3.738

3.738

6

Pakistan Council of Renewable Energy Technologies(PCRET)

6

703.876

84.076

84.076

84.076

7

Centre for Applied Molecular Biology(CAMB)

4

136.356

7.410

7.410

7.410

8

Pakistan Standard & Quality Control Authority(PSQCA)

4

633.094

16.380

16.380

16.380

9

National Institute of Electronics (NIE)

3

594.180

34.308

34.308

34.308

10

Council for Works and Housing Research

1

35.000

1.000

1.000

1.000

11

National University of Science and Technology(NUST)

3

52.370

5.867

5.867

5.867

12

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT)

4

986.873

56.800

56.800

56.800

13

COMSATS Internet Services (CIS)

2

183.046

11.348

11.348

11.348

14

Pakistan Council for Science and Technology(PCST)

3

69.969

4.336

4.336

4.336

15

Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC)

1

24.270

1.881

1.881

1.881

16

Others

7

559.944

29.668

28.211

28.211




Total

78

12494.870

619.300

617.043

617.043

Table 3: Federal Ministers/Ministers of State and Advisers to the

PM/President Incharge, Ministry of Science & Technology

Sr. No.

Name

Duration

From

To

1.

Mr. Habibur Rahman, Federal Minister for Education, Re-designated as Minister of Education & Scientific Research

17.02.1960

17.04.1961

2.

Mr. Akhtar Husain, Federal Minister for Education & Scientific Research

17.04.1961

01.03.1962

3.

Lt. Gen.W.A. Burki, Federal Minister for Education & Scientific Research

02.03.1962

08.06.1962

4.

Mr. Ghulam Faruque, Federal Minister for Scientific and Technological Research

01.01.1966

15.07.1967

5.

Vice Admiral S.M. Ahsan, Deputy Chief Martial Law Administrator, Incharge M/o. Scientific & Technological Research

05.04.1969

06.05.1969

6.

Air Marshal M. Nur Khan, Deputy Chief Martial Law Administrator, Incharge Scientific & Technological Research

07.05.1969

03.08.1969

7.

Mr. Muhammad Shamsul Huq, Federal Minister for Education and Scientific Research

04.08.1969

22.02.1971

8.

Mr. Khurshid Hasan Meer, Minister without portfolio (looked after work of the Ministry)

17.08.1973

22.10.1974

9.

Mr. Abdul Hafiz Pirzada, Federal Minister for Education, Science and Technology and Provincial Coordination

22.10.1974

05.02.1976

10.

Mr. Hafeezullah Cheema, Minister of State

22.10.1974

09.01.1975

11.

Shahzada Saeed-ur-Rashid Abbasi, Minister of State

10.01.1975

05.02.1976

12.

Malik Muhammad Jaffer, Minister of State


05.02.1976

26.01.1977



24.01.1977

28.03.1977



13.

Mr. Niaz Muhammad Wassan, Federal Minister

30.03.1977

05.07.1977

14.

Mr. Mohammamd Arshad Chaudhri, Federal Minister

27.08.1978

21.04.1979

15.

Mr. Hamid Nasir Chatta, Federal Minister

28.01.1986

31.05.1986

16.

Mir Haji Tareen, Federal Minister

28.09.1986

20.12.1986

17.

Malik Muhammad Naeem Khan, Federal Minister

15.05.1988

29.05.1988

18.

Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Federal Minister

09.06.1988

01.12.1988

19.

Mr. Jahangir Badr, Federal Minister

04.12.1989


20.09.1989


20.

Mr. Javed Jabbar, Federal Minister

20.09.1989

06.08.1990

21.

Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani, Federal Minister

13.08.1990

06.11.1990

22.

Choudhri Hamid Nasir Chatta, Federal Minister

09.11.1990

10.09.1991

23

Mian Muhammad Zaman, Minister of State

09.06.1991

18.07.1993

24.

Mr. Illahi Bukhsh Soomro, Federal Minister

10.09.1991

09.06.1993

25.

Lt. Gen. ( R) Muhammad Shafiq, Federal Minister

23.07.1993

19.10.1993

26.

Haji Muhammad Nawaz Khokhar, Federal Minister

31.07.1996

05.11.1996

27.

Syeda Abida Hussain, Federal Minister

05.11.1996

10.09.1997



15.12.1996

10.04.1999



28.

Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, Federal Minister

14.03.2000

23.11.2002

29.

Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, Adviser to the Prime Minisiter

24.11.2002

25.08.2004

30.

Ch. Nouraiz Shakoor Khan, Federal Minister

03.09.2004

15.11.2007

31.

Dr. Shamsh Kassim-Lakha., H.I., S.I.


16-11-2007

25-03-2008

32.

Ms. Tehmina Daultana

31.03.2008

12-05-2008

33.

Mr. Mohammad Azam Khan Swati, Federal Minister

29.01.2009

14.12.2010

34.

Pir Aftab Hussain Shah Jilani, Federal Minister

14.12.2010

12.02.2011

35.

Mir Changez Khan Jamali, Federal Minister

12.02.2011

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