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     JOINING AND ADMINISTRATIVE
            INSTRUCTIONS

     10th MID CAREER MANAGEMENT COURSE
Monday, 20th September, 2010 to Friday, 24th December, 2010




                                                   Prepared by
                                              TRAINING WING
Contents
JOINING AND ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................................... 1
  1.1         Registration ................................................................................................................................... 1
  1.2         Pay and Allowances ...................................................................................................................... 1
  1.3 Mess.................................................................................................................................................... 1
  1.4         Mess Committee ........................................................................................................................... 1
  1.5         Visitors .......................................................................................................................................... 2
  1.6         Sports ............................................................................................................................................ 2
  1.7         Sports Committee .......................................................................................................................... 2
  1.8         Telephone...................................................................................................................................... 3
  1.9         Postal Arrangements ..................................................................................................................... 3
  1.10        Fax /Website ................................................................................................................................. 3
  1.11        Medical Facilities .......................................................................................................................... 3
  1.13        Private Use of Institutes’ Vehicles ................................................................................................ 3
  1.14        Car Parking ................................................................................................................................... 4
  1.15        Smoking ........................................................................................................................................ 4
  1.16        Dress Code .................................................................................................................................... 4
  1.17        Flash Drives .................................................................................................................................. 4
  1.18      Photographs - 3 ................................................................................................................................ 4
INSTITUTE FACULTY & ADMINISTRATION..................................................................................... 5
  COLLEGE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION STAFF ..................................................................... 6
LIST OF IMPORTANT TELEPHONES ..................................................................................................10
             JOINING AND ADMINISTRATIVE
                    INSTRUCTIONS
1.1    Registration
       Upon registering, participants would receive their College name badges. Participants
       are required to wear their name badges at ALL times to assist the faculty, other
       participants and Mess Staff for identification.

1.2    Pay and Allowances
       Participants shall draw their Pays and allowances from their parent
       departments/organizations according to the stipulated procedure throughout their
       stay at the institute.

1.3 Mess
       (a)    The Institute has Mess arrangements for provision of refreshments during
              break, lunch and dinner for participants.
       b)     Dining Hall remains closed when the classes are in progress.
       (c)    Meals are only served in the dining hall.
       (d)    Meals are only served on stipulated timings on all days.
       (e)    Dress Code for the Mess:
               (1) Closed Collar/ Combination or
               (2) Shalwar Qameez with Waist Coat


1.4    Mess Committee
      (a)     A Mess Committee is constituted from amongst the participants which
              Comprises of:
              (1)     A Chairman/Chairperson
              (2)     Secretary
              (3)     Member food
              (4)     Mess Officer of the institute (Ex- officio member)

      (b)     The appointees so selected will be notified in the First Week.

       (c)    TASKS OF THE MESS COMMITTEE:

              (1)       Recommending changes, if any, in the Menu for all meals, day
                        wise, after consultation with all participants.

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             (2)        Informing      Institute     Management         (Admin)     about
                        complaints/suggestions.
             (3)        Holding of monthly meetings to ascertain views of participants
                        about the standard of meals, boarding, service arrangements, etc.
             (4)        Making recommendations in writing to the Admin for necessary
                        improvements, if any.

1.5   Visitors
      Attendance in lectures, panel discussions, syndicate, group discussions, workshops
      and seminars are all restricted to the participants, the faculty and the visiting
      faculty. Visitors are not permitted to attend any academic session.

1.6   Sports
      (a)    Sport facilities like Table Tennis, badminton, billiards, chess are available
             in the Institute. It is expected of all participants to engage in
             games/physical activities. Participants are expected to take part in games
             for at least three days in a week. There would also be competition.
             Secretary of the Sports Committee would regulate all sports activities in
             coordination with the Sponsor DSs.
      (b)    All participants should come equipped with their own sports gear, shoes
             and equipment for the sports facility they wish to avail.
      (c)    Dress for sports:
             (1)      Track Suit
             (2)      Joggers/Tennis Shoes
             (3)     Shorts/Sports T Shirt
      (d)    Markers are available for Table Tennis.
      (e)    Competitions are held at the end of the Course (approximately wk-08) for
             the following sports:-
             (1)     Badminton (Singles)
             (2)     Badminton (Doubles)
             (3)     Table Tennis (Singles)
             (4)     Table Tennis (Doubles)
             (5)     Walk
             (6)       Volley Ball (Teams)
             (7)       Snooker
             (8)       Chess


1.7   Sports Committee
      (a)      Sport Committee is constituted from amongst the participants with
               following appointments:
                 (1) President
                 (2) Secretary (responsible for organizing all sports events
                 (3) Two members

      (b)      Tasks of the Committee
                   (1) Secure membership from participants for each Sport.
                   (2) Ensure organizing regular games for the participants as per timing
                       reflected in the weekly program.
                   (3) Organize Sport competitions for all Sports in consultation with the
                       administration.
                   (4) Organize prize distribution ceremony at the end of the Course
                       under coordination of Admin.
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1.8    Telephone
                (a)   The Institute has PABX telephone exchange, numbers of which are
                      081-99203381-4. The participants are not allowed to make or
                      receive telephone calls or messages when the classes are in session.
                (b)   Telephone messages shall not be communicated to the participants
                      in the classrooms except in rare cases of emergency with the
                      permission of the Faculty member incharge. The messages shall be
                      noted by the Receptionist and promptly communicated to the
                      participants concerned during break or after the conclusion of the
                      session.
                (c)   Mobile Phones are NOT ALLOWED in class, library and Syndicate
                      Rooms.

1.9    Postal Arrangements
              Outgoing
              0800 to 1400 hours.
The incoming post is received by the Receptionist and diary and Dispatch clerk and is
distributed among participants. The participants may receive mail at the following address:
               C/o
               Additional Directing Staff (T&C) NIM
               National Institute of Management,
               NIM Campus,
               Samungli Road,
               Quetta.

1.10 Fax /Website
       The NIM Fax number is 081-9203350 & 081-9203365, which can be utilized for
       incoming faxes. Email for NIM is nimqta@gmail.com. The website of
       College is www. nimqta,edu.pk

1.11 Medical Facilities
       (a)     The National Institute of Management (NIM) has a private medical officer
               Dr. Abdul Malik (Telephone 081-2828326), who attends from 1000 – 1330
               hours and 1700 – 1900 hours on Monday to Friday except Saturday and
               Sunday. The participants of MCMC can avail clinical services from the
               medical officer however, they are requested to pay for medicines

       (b)     Serious cases are referred to CMH in accordance with entitlement.
               Reimbursement is to be claimed from the respective department/
               organization.

1.13 Private Use of Institutes’ Vehicles
       (a)      There is a heavy pressure on Institutes’ vehicles. However these shall be
                made available for departure/arrival and medical purposes.

       (b)      Requests for casual use of Institute transport shall be addressed to admin
                on a requisition form available with Deputy Director (A&F), who will keep
                the Course Coordinator, informed of such demands.




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       (c)      Transport facility may be provided by the institute to the participants for
                their field visits and study tour. Schedule of the field visits will be managed
                in collaboration with the direction staff and admin officer.

       (d)      For private use, staff car will be deputed on payment at prescribed rate plus
                overtime allowance to the driver subject to availability.

1.14 Car Parking
       (a)      Parking area in the Institute has been specifically assigned inside the NIM
                Institute.

       (b)      Participants however, must          obtain    Parking    Sticker   from    the
                Administration ( on demand)

1.15 Smoking
       The NIM has a no-smoking policy. Therefore smoking is not permitted in any
       covered area within the campus, particularly, Library, Computer Laboratory,
       Syndicate Rooms, Offices and Dining Hall having been declared as, No Smoking
       Zone.

1.16 Dress Code
       (a)      For all indoor/outdoor activities following Dress Code will be observed:


                (1)   All working days:

                      i)      Lounge Suit with tie (Not Combination)
                      ii)     Shalwar Qameez with Sherwani (Not waist coat)


                (2)   Friday (Optional):

                      Shalwar Qameez with Closed Collar waist coat
                      (Shoes and Socks)

       (b)    Dress for Mess/Dining Hall and Library would be as under:
                (1)   Closed Collar/ Combination or
                (2)   Shalwar Qameez with Waist Coat

       (c)    For official functions the Dress Code as referred in Para a (1) will be
              observed.

1.17 Flash Drives
       In their own interest, the participants may bring with them their personal flash
       drives which will be of great utility to them in collection of data for their research
       topics and preparing presentations etc.

1.18 Photographs - 3
Participants shall be required to submit three latest passport size photographs on the
date of joining.



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INSTITUTE FACULTY
        &
  ADMINISTRATION




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       COLLEGE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION STAFF
Lt. Gen (Retd) Javed Hassan, HI (M) [Hilal-i-Imtiaz (Military)]

      Lieutenant General (Retired) Javed Hassan, HI (M), Rector, National School of
      Public Policy was commissioned in Infantry in October 1968 after graduating from
      Pakistan Military Academy. He is a graduate of Command and Staff College Quetta
      as well as Command and Staff College Turkey. He has Masters in War Studies from
      Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad and a diploma in Turkish Language. He also
      holds Masters’ Degrees in Political Science and Economics.

      He participated in the Indo-Pakistan War 1971 and also took part and commanded
      the troops in operations at high altitudes of Siachin Glacier. He has held a number
      of staff assignments including the Director Military Operations at General
      Headquarters and Defence and Military Attaché in USA from January 1995 to
      October 1997. He has commanded a Division along the Line of Control and an
      Army Corps as well. The General has a vast instructional experience and has been
      instructor at the School of Infantry and Tactics and Command and Staff College
      Quetta. He remained Commandant of National Defence College, Islamabad with the
      longest tenure during which the College capacity was enhanced from less than 100
      participants to 300 participants and new courses such as Allied Officers War
      Course, National Security Workshop and CAPSTONE Courses were introduced.

      On the intellectual plane, the General has contributed numerous articles for
      professional journals of Pakistan Armed Forces. He is the author of a book “India:
      A Study in Profile”, which was published by Army Education Press and distributed
      by Services Book Club to all its members in 1990. The General also participated in
      the Eleventh Pacific Armies Management Seminar conducted in Bangkok,
      “Thailand” from 27 November to 9 December 1986 and attended a Conference on
      “Security in South Asia: Regional and National Perspective” organized by
      Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies (BHSS) and Bangladesh
      NDC in August 2001 in Dhaka. He has led the Pakistani Delegation for two
      Seminars with the National Defence University, Washington DC. USA. He also
      attended “United States - Pakistani Brigadiers/Colonels Equivalent Programme” on
      the subject of “Terrorism with Focus on National Perspectives at The Operational
      and Strategic Levels” held at Joint Forces Staff College in Norfolk Virginia, USA in
      June, 2006.

      During his tenure as Commandant National Defence College, Islamabad and his
      assignments as Rector, National School of Public Policy and Dean National
      Management College, he had a chance to visit most of the developed/developing
      countries of the world by virtue of which the General officer stands well equipped in
      issues related to the Regional and Global environment and formulation of Public
      Policy and Implementation processes.
      Lieutenant General (Retired) Javed Hassan has been awarded Hilal-i-Imtiaz
      (Military) and Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Military) in recognition of his services.

Mir Jawed Iqbal
      Director General, NIM Quetta.

      He has done Masters in Public Administration (MPA), and Masters in Statistics
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      (M.Sc.). He has served as Director BS-19 and Deputy Director BS-18 from 1983 to
      1991 with Cabinet Secretariat, Management Service Division, Government of
      Pakistan for 8 years. Altogether 30 years diversified experience in the field of
      Research, Training and Management Consultancy in Federal, Provincial
      Governments and Autonomous Bodies. He has done Nine months Consultancy
      Training organized by UNDP, Executive Development Programme (EDP) from
      Harvard University, USA, Certificate Course in Leadership Organizational
      Management from National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN) Malaysia,
      Three months certificate in Performance Improvement Programme organized by
      UNDP, Three months certificate in HRM from University of Pittsburgh, USA, one
      month certificate in Leadership from USA, certificate in Debt Management, UNDP
      at Colombo, Sri Lanka, four months certificate in Data Processing from IBA,
      University of Karachi, four months certificate in COBOL (Computer Language)
      from IBA, University of Karachi. He has experience of organizing meetings,
      seminars and workshops in collaboration with Islamic Development Bank and
      United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). Represented NIPA
      Karachi in different meetings, seminars and workshops.

Mr. Nazar Mohammad Kakar
      Additional Directing Staff

      He has passed M.Sc Mathematics and M.Ed in Education, with distinction. He is
      Law Graduate. He started his Service career as secondary school teacher and
      rendered his services in different positions and portfolios. He worked as SS in
      (PITE), Deputy Director Research in (BISE), Deputy Director Curriculum
      (BOC&EC), and Assistant Professor in (GCE) Quetta. He has experience of
      designing, organizing, leading and conducting multiple natured, capacity building
      training programs. He has sound professional experience on curriculum, textbook,
      instructional strategies, and evaluation processes. He has developed textbooks
      and instructional material. He has delivered his services as a provincial
      coordinator, for PEACE, and conducted multiple events of (NEAS).He has
      worked as a program co-coordinator of capacity building of teachers, teacher
      educators, and educational managers through conducting workshops, seminars
      and training milestones for UNICEF, UNESCO, (ESRA) US-AID,CIDA STEP
      and NCHD in the Education Department. . He has participated in series of, policy
      formulation meetings on Foundation of Education & Teacher Education. He has
      conducted Research Study as a task force member on rationalization of Pre-
      service teacher education program for PRE-STEP & primary teachers mentoring
      program as an Alternative Approach of In-service Training for PED. He has
      worked as a Member of Advisory Board for PRE-STEP intervention in
      Balochistan. He has participated in certificate courses, from Melbourne
      University Australian on Teaching Strategies, On Test Item development, from
      Australia Council for Education Research Melbourne, On Educational Leadership
      course from Hiroshima Japan and E-9 conference on ECE at Cairo Egypt.

Shakeel Ahmed Imtiaz
      Additional Directing Staff (Training & Coordination)

      He joined the prestigious National Institute of Management Quetta in the year
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      2007. He has majored in Law (LLM) from the University of Cambridge, UK in
      2005. He has also studied at University of Nottingham from UK and attended a
      training course from the UCHIL in Geneva Switzerland. He has also worked with
      UNHCR Peshawar office for over two years. He has a professional work
      experience in the public and the private sector.
      He has been designing and managing the simulation exercises on the public issues
      of Pakistan. Moreover he has been supervising the participants in completing their
      Individual Research Paper in the light of his knowledge and experience. He has
      successfully completed “Managing Global Governance” in Germany from
      January to July 2010. He has proved himself to be a good addition to the NIM,
      faculty.

Syeda Mubin Fatima
      Additional Directing Staff

      Ms Syeda Mubin Fatima is an Assistant Professor and has been Head of the
      Department of Pakistan Studies, Government Girls Degree College, Quetta Cantt.
      She graduated from the University of Balochistan, Quetta. She joined Education
      Department Balochistan as a J.V Teacher in 1987. She graduated in education
      and joined University of Balochistan as a regular student of Masters in Pakistan
      Studies. In the year 1994, she completed her university education with distinction.
      She was appointed as lecturer of Pakistan Studies in 1995 and was posted in the
      Government Girls Inter College, Dera Allah Yar, where she has served for a
      period of two years. She was promoted as Assistant Professor in the Year 2002.
      She was registered as an M.Phil scholar in the Area Study Centre, University of
      Balochistan Quetta in the Year 2005. She has been Head Examiner and Paper
      Setter in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, University of
      Balochistan and Public Service Commission Quetta. She has also conducted Viva
      examination in Pakistan Studies Centre, University of Balochistan Quetta. She
      served as visiting faculty in Iqra and Balochistan University of Management
      Sciences and Information Technology. Her research topic in the M.Phil
      programme was “Role of Political leaders and parties in the political awakening
      of Balochistan 1906-47”. She sponsors Economics and allied subjects at NIM,
      Quetta.


Mr. Muhammad Siddique Yousuf
     Additional Directing Staff

      He has done MS Computer Sciences and MBA (IT). He was last serving as
      Deputy Directing Staff (Coord) at Senior Management Wing, NSPP. He has
      completed MCMC-7 from NIM Quetta.

      Mr. Habibullah
      Additional Directing Staff (Research)

      Mr. Habibullah was appointed in NIM-Quetta as Administrative Officer (BS-17)
      on 1st November, 1986. He graduated from University of Balochistan. After
      joining service, he started the process of establishing the Institute in a rented
      building. He has also contributed in conducting 38 Advanced Courses and a large
      number of short courses. Most of the in-country and foreign study tours of the
      Advanced Courses were conducted/ managed by him. He qualified MCMC-7
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      from NIM Lahore. Besides English, he possesses fluency in other local languages
      like Balochi, Barahvi, Sindhi, Pushto and Punjabi. He is the sponsor of Module 5.

Syed Farzand Ali
      Deputy Director (Adim & Finance)

      He joined NIM in November, 1992. He holds a Master Degree in Physics and in
      Computer Science. He also has a Diploma in IT from COMSAT Islamabad. He
      has planned and conducted the Mid Career Management Courses from MCMC-1
      to MCMC-9 and has also contributed a great deal of efforts for conducting many
      Advanced Courses for Senior Officers of BPS-19 and diverse short courses in
      Gender Main Streaming & Computer skills sponsored by UNDP. During his
      service, he held various assignments both at the administrative as well as Training
      fields in NIM Quetta.

Mansoor Yousaf
      Deputy Director (Program) Assistant Director IT/ Audio Visual Officer

      He joined NIM Quetta in 1991. He holds Master’s degree in Political Science and
      also has Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Sciences. He has assisted in MIS
      Phase of Advance Management Courses and MCMC. Besides, he conducted short
      courses in Computers for UNDP and other Organizations. He also performed
      duties as Accounts Officer and Transport Officer for more than six years. He is
      head of the I.T. Section and working as Deputy Director Programmes.




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                 LIST OF IMPORTANT TELEPHONES
                             NATIONAL INSTITUTUE OF MANAGEMENT
         PABX NOS: +92-81-081 9203381- 4                         Website Address: www.nimqta,edu.pk
         FAX NO:    9203350, 9203365                             E-mail Address: nimqta@gmail.com



                          National Institute of Management (NIM),Quetta
                                    LIST OF TELEPHONE NUMBERS
S#         NAME               DESIGNATION             TELEPHONE              CELL               EXCH
1    Mir Javed Iqbal          Director General              --                  --              1101

2    Mr.Nazar Muhammed        Addl. Directing Staff    081-9203341        0333-7897894          1102

3    Mr. Habibullah           ADS (research)           081-9203343        0321-8020309          1104
4    Mr.Shakil Ahmed          Addl. Directing Staff    081-9203346        0345-9141756          1106
6    Syeda Mubin Fatima       Addl. Directing Staff    081-2821061        0334-2499548          1107
7    Syed Farzand Ali         Dy Dir (Admin)           081-9203348        0321-8033933          1108
8    Mr. Muhammad Azam        Accounts Officer         081-9203349        0332-7902196          1109
                                  AD IT/ DD            081-2821153/                             1110/
9    Mr. Mansoor Yousaf                                                   0321-8132847
                                 Programmes              9203351                                1114
10   Mr. Khalid Lashari       Supdt. Admin                  --            0321-7816767          1111
     Mr.Muhammed
11                                                          --
     Asgher                   Transport Officer                           0323-4529875          1113
12   Mr. Umer Farooq          Re-Production                 --            0333-7801640

13      Mr. Farman Ali             PA TO DG            081-9203340        0300-3833406          1112

                                                  Hostel

8    Reception                   (Hostel)                   --                  --              1010
                              Ghulam Muhammed
9    Guest Room -11                                         --            0301-8381333          1011
                                Caretaker

     Office Reception                                                                           1062

         Kitchen                                                                                1132

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Main Gate        1099




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