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Mr. Naeem Aslam
DEAN, NMC

Mr. Naeem Aslam is DEAN, National Management College Lahore, an Integral Unit of National School of Public Policy. He is responsible for planning and coordinating various training activities of National Management Wing and Senior Management Wing of the College. 

Mr. Aslam has spent over thirty six years in the training and research fields. He has lectured at all leading training institutions of the country like PASC, NIPA’s, CSA, PIM, Pakistan Naval War College, Management Association of Pakistan, WAPDA Staff College, Government Engineering Academy, Institute of Bankers in Pakistan, Management Services Division, Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Staff Colleges of various banks, NCA etc. He has also participated in good many national and international research projects and has undertaken research studies resulting in published papers on various aspects of Public Administration and Management. He is a review Author for Thunderbird International Business Review (TIBR) U.S.A. He is also National Seminar Leader for the Leadership Grid Seminars. He has been planning & coordinating national and international seminars, workshops and symposia at PASC.
Mr. Aslam was invited by the Association of Development Financial Institution (ADFIMI) to conduct an International Human Resource Development course in Antalya (Turkey) during January 2002. In 1992, he was invited by the Ministry of Personnel, Peoples Republic of China as a Management Consultant to address their Senior Civil Servants in Beijing. During 1990-91 he was National Professional with the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations. He also worked as Management Specialist of the consulting team of Canadian Pacific and Consultancy Services (CPCS) on the introduction of MIS for Pakistan Railway in 1986. He was O& M Specialist to the introduction and implementation of National Management Information System of the ONFARM Water Management Project, a joint project of USAID, Ministry of Food and Agriculture 1986.
Prior to his present assignment Mr. Aslam has served as Chairman/Head of the Department of Public Administration, Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan NWFP 1976-78. He has also served as Research Associate/Senior Research Associate, Member Directing Staff, Director Course of Studies and Director General (Research & Development) at the Pakistan Administrative Staff College, Lahore (1978-2007). He has also served as Acting Dean, National Institute of Public Policy (NIPP) an integral unit of NSPP and Directing Staff, National Management College, Lahore. Prior to his present assignment he was Director General, National Institute of Management, Lahore.
Mr. Aslam has a Master of Science in Administration degree with Grade-A in all courses from the Central Michigan University, USA, 1984. He also holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration obtaining First Class, First Position and GOLD MEDAL from the University of Punjab, 1975. He is:

  1. LIFE MEMBER Pakistan Society for Training & Development
  2. FELLOW Regional Institute of Management.
  3. MEMBER Management Association of Pakistan
  4. MEMBER American Management Association (1984-1993)
  5. ALUMNUS of the Year 1988. World Centre for Training & Development Washington D.C., USA.

He has visited USA, Canada Australia, U.K., Russia, Romania, Federal Republic of Germany, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Peoples Republic of China, Thailand, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Mayanmar, India, Nepal, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Arab Republic of Egypt, Syria, Kenya and South Africa.

   
 
Mr. Shafiq Hussain Bokhari
Chief Instructor
Mr. Shafiq Hussain Bokhari, currently, Chief Instructor NMW joined the Civil Service of Pakistan as an officer of District Management Group in March, 1979. He is M.A English Literature and LL.B from the University of Punjab Lahore. He also holds a master degree in Management from Arthur D. Little School of Management Boston (USA). He has served in NWFP for a period of ten years in various capacities. Besides having an experience of field postings in settled Districts and FATA, he has also served as Deputy Secretary in various departments of Provincial Govt. of NWFP. In the province of Punjab also he has a vast and multifarious administrative experience. He has served as Director Finance and Administration in Multan Development Authority and Additional Director Anticorruption of Multan Region with an area of jurisdiction in three former civil Divisions of Multan, D.G Khan and Bahawalpur. In addition to that he also served as Vice Commissioner, Punjab Social Security Institution as well as M.D, Punjab Health Foundation. He has remained Deputy Commissioner of two Districts and Commissioner of two former Civil Divisions of Punjab. He has worked as Secretary to the Provincial Government in two Departments viz Religious Affairs & Auqaf and Zakat & Ushar. His last assignment before his present position was Member Judicial, Board of Revenue Punjab with an additional charge of Chief Settlement Commissioner Punjab.
   
   
 

Shahid Rahim Sheikh

Directing Staff

Email: shahidrahimsheikh@gmail.com

Current Position:

Member Directing Staff, National Management College, Lahore

Education:

  1. Master of Public Administration (M.P.A) 1989

     University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Focus areas: Public Finance in Developing Countries, Public Policy Analysis, and Interpersonal Communication.

  1. Master of Arts in English Literature 1976

Government College, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Focus Areas: Creative writing (Editor of The Ravi)

 Previous

  1. Deputy Chairman (Customs), Federal Board of Revenue, Pakistan, 2013
  2. Additional Secretary, Ministry of Finance (Revenue Division), Pakistan, 2012
  3. Additional Secretary (Policy), Ministry of Commerce, Pakistan, 2010- 11
  4. Director General, Large Tax Payers Unit, Lahore, Pakistan, 2009
  5. Member Customs (Head of Pakistan Customs Administration),/Chief Collector of Customs, Federal Board of Revenue, Pakistan, 2005-08
  6. Collector of Customs, Lahore, Pakistan, 2004-05
  7. Senior Technical Officer, World Customs Organization (WCO), Brussels, Belgium, 1999-2004
  8. Collector, Additional Collector, Deputy Collector, Assistant Collector of Customs, 1980-1998

Core Competencies

    • Public Policy Analysis/Public Finance
    • Public Finance
    • Customs and Trade Facilitation
    • Capacity Building

     

   
 
Rai Ijaz Ali Zaigham
Directing Staff

 

   
 
Mrs. Iram Adnan
Directing Staff

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
University of the Punjab; Lahore, Pakistan
Master in Mass Communication
Master in Business Administration
Diploma in Human Resource Development
Certificate in General Tax Administration, Malaysian Tax Academy
NATIONAL SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY      2015 ~ till-date
National Management College, Lahore Pakistan

  • As Faculty- Directing Staff
  • As Trainer of Senior Bureaucrats
  • Special areas of interest and portfolio includes
  • Socio-Culture Dynamics
  • Energy Challenges
  • Human Development & Public Service Management
  • Women Empowerment
  • Child Welfare

 

INLAND REVENUE SERVICE     1985 ~ 2015
Federal Board of Revenue; Pakistan

  • 30 years’ experience in Tax Administration, Reforms & Policy Formulation
  • Faculty at Director General of Training & Research (IR) FBR
  • Directorate of Investigation & Audit
  • Appellate Tribunal (Inland Revenue) as Department Attorney

SKILLS

  • Legal
  • Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Training & Development

 

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

    • Common Training Program at Civil Services Academy Lahore.
    • Specialized Training Program Lahore.
    • Workshop on Human Rights at Pakistan Administrative Staff College Lahore.
    • Legislative Development Workshop at Pakistan Administrative Staff College Lahore.
    • EU-Decision Making Process at Pakistan Administrative Staff College Lahore.
    • ADR Workshop-2006at Regional Tax Office, Lahore.
    • ATAIC Conference at DOT Lahore.
    • Strategic Intent of HRM in Public Sector Organizations at ED Islamabad.
    • Senior Management Course (SMC) at National School of Public Policy.
    • National Management Course (NMC) at National School of Public Policy.  

 

   
 
Mr. Inam Ghani
Directing Staff
Mr. Inam Ghani was born in 1966 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He studied at Cadet College Kohat, graduated in Economics & Political Science from Edwardes College Peshawar and did his Masters in Political Science from Government College Lahore. He joined the Police Service of Pakistan in 1989. He served as ASP in Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Lahore in Punjab and as SP West Karachi in Sindh. While posted in Sindh, he received Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal, the highest Police medal for gallantry in recognition of his services. In 1995, he joined the Police contingent sent on temporary duty to Mozambique on United Nations mission and received UN Peace medal for services rendered.

In 1998, he went to the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom as Britannia Chevening Scholar, where he did his LLM in International Human Rights Law. While in UK, he received scholarship from the renowned Rene Cassin Institute, Strasbourg, France and participated in its 30th study session in the summer of 1999. On return in end 1999, he joined KP Police where he served as District Superintendent of Police of five districts including Peshawar. While posted as SSP Mansehra, he received Quaid-e-Azam Police Medal the second time. In the meanwhile he also completed his LLB from the University of Peshawar in 2000.
In 2002, he received Hubert Humphrey Scholarship from the US State Department, went to the Washington College of Law, American University Washington D.C, USA and did his LL.M in International Legal Studies in August 2003. He also attended and qualified certificate course on “The Effective Facilitator: Maximizing Involvement and Results” organised by the American Management Association.
After completion of his degree, he joined Islamabad Capital Territory Police. During his posting in Islamabad Police, he attended courses on Legislative Drafting and Procedure, Communication Skills, Interpersonal Communication, Participatory Development: Strategies & Techniques and General Financial Rules at different training institutes in Pakistan. He participated in the US DOJ International Criminal Investigative Training Assist: Program on Crime Prevention in October 2004. He also attended course on International Management of Serious Crimes at Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation, Semarang, Indonesia, United Nations Training Assistance Team Course at Turkish Police Training Centre, Istanbul, Turkey and VIP Protection Course from National Training Academy, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. In 2005 he was posted as Counsellor/ Community Welfare Attaché in Kuwait under the Ministry for Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis.
On return from his assignment in Kuwait in February 2009, Inam Ghani was assigned to the Federal Investigation Agency where he served for more than seven years. He served as Zonal Chief of FIA of the provinces of KPK, Punjab, Islamabad zone, Director Administration, Director Cyber Crimes, Director Training and Director Counter Terrorism Wing of FIA. While posted in FIA he attended the Operational Working Group Meeting FUSION Task Force Project PACIFIC at Kuala Lumpur, in Feb 2009, Preparatory meeting for Twelfth Congress of UNODC in June 2009, Working Group Meeting “Project Kalkan” at Moscow in 2010, the First Meeting of Heads of Interpol of ECO Member States at Tehran in June 2010, Conference on “Showcasing State Practice and Programs For Recognition of Civilian Harm in Pakistan and Afghanistan at Istanbul January 2012, Pakistan-Australia Joint Working Group on Border Management and Transnational Crime “Legal Issues Sub-Committee Meeting” at Canberra in April 2012, Expert Group Meeting on Scientific Detection of Crime of ECO member States at Tehran in February 2013, 1st Regional Training on Migration Policy and Data Management at Antalya, Turkey in August 2014, Third Meeting of Pak-EU Joint Readmission Committee at Brussels in October 2014 and 22nd Senior Official Meeting of the Budapest Process at Istanbul in December 2014.
He is serving as a member of the faculty of the National Management Wing of the National Management College, NSPP, Lahore since 28 March 2016.

 

   
 
Mrs. Irum Bukhari
Directing Staff
Mrs. Irum Bukhari is an officer of Pakistan Administrative Service, the erstwhile District Management Group, who joined Civil Service in 1991. During a career spanning over 25 years, she has demonstrated her expertise and proficiency at the operational and strategic level of government at various positions in District Administration, Provincial Government Departments and Autonomous Organizations. Having started her occupational assignments as Assistant Commissioner under training at Lahore, she later served as Assistant Commissioner and Sub Divisional Magistrate Saddar, Lahore.

Subsequently, she served as Additional Deputy Commissioner General and Additional District Magistrate in Dera Ghazi Khan and Bahawalpur. Prior to the promulgation of Punjab Local Government Ordinance 2001, she served as Additional Commissioner Bahawalpur. Under the new governance set up, she was posted as Executive District Officer (Revenue) Bahawalpur exercising the powers of Commissioner under the Land Revenue Act. She is recognized as the first female Executive District Officer (Revenue) of the country.  Later, she served as Executive District Officer (Revenue) in two more Districts of the Punjab including Multan and Dera Ghazi Khan.
She served as District Coordination Officer, Dera Ghazi Khan and holds the distinction of being the only female officer of the country who has commanded the Baluch Levy, a Para Military Force in the Provincially Administered Tribal Area of District Dera Ghazi Khan. She further holds the unique experience of being the only female civil servant having commanded the Border Military Police.
Mrs. Irum Bukhari served as Chief Executive Officer/Director General of Child Protection and Welfare Bureau in the Government of Punjab. In 2012, she was assigned the task of establishing a new administrative department for women in the province of Punjab. Consequently, she served for more than three years as the founding Secretary to the Government of Punjab in Women Development Department and successfully achieved set objectives to amend and introduce new policies, legislation, rules and procedures for socio-economic empowerment of women in the highest populated province of the country. She represented Pakistan at the United Nations CSW Session in 2014. Subsequently, she served as Secretary to Government of the Punjab in Industries and Higher Education Departments.
She joined the National Management Wing, National School of Public Policy in 2016 and is currently holding charge of Directing Staff (Training & Coordination).

 

   
 
Capt. Saeed Ahmad Nawaz (Reted)
Directing Staff
Capt. Saeed Ahmad Nawaz joined the erstwhile District Management Group in 1991 as an inductee from the armed forces. He served the Government of Punjab and KPK at sub-division, district and provincial department as team leader as well as staff officer. He holds a degree of MSc in Local Economic Development awarded by London School of Economics and Political Science (2006-2007). Capt. Saeed completed his Humphrey Fellowship, 2002-03 at Boston University, USA in the field of Finance and Economics. So, he experienced Cross Atlantic academic tradition (BU & LSE) and interaction with public and private sector organizations in both the US & UK. Earlier, he earned his MBA from University of the Punjab (1999-2001) majoring in finance. His areas of interest include environment, economic development, governance and public policy analysis. He works for a better world through equitably progressive and sustainable socioeconomic development.