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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. Muhammad Naeemul Haq
Chief Instructor
Tel: 042-99200920

Mr. Haq, joined the National School of Public Policy in June 2015. He has to his credit 30-year long experience of serving in the Federal Government institutions. In recognition of his services, Tamgha - Imtiaz was conferred upon him in 2003 in the field of public service. 
As a civil servant he served in the Prime Minister’s Secretariat, O & M Division, Establishment Division and Cabinet Division. He was posted as Chief Instructor (Public Administration), Civil Services Academy, Lahore from 1997 to 1999 where he provided input in the Common Training Program at Walton Campus as well as in the Specialized Training Program at DMG Campus. He served in many positions in the Government of Pakistan including: Deputy Secretary Establishment Division, Director General Management Services Wing, Establishment Division and Member, National Reconstruction Bureau. 
Mr. Haq has vast experience of working with Commissions/ Committees appointed by the Government on rightsizing, restructuring and civil service reforms since 1989. During his career he submitted several management consultancy reports to the Ministries/Divisions for improving the working of the departments / offices. He has keen interest in skill development of government officers and regularly provides input in the training programs of several training institutions including National Institute of Management, Quetta, Secretariat Training Institute, Islamabad and Kashmir Institute of Management, Muzaffarabad. 
He is a graduate of Government College, Lahore. He obtained Master degree in Public Administration from the University of the Punjab, Lahore in 1976 with Certificate of Merit. In 1992 he was nominated by the Government of Pakistan to attend MBA (Industrialization and Management) program at the Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands which he completed with distinction. 
In his career Mr. Haq attended several training programs at Institutes of international repute including Arthur D. Little Management Education Institute, USA (1986), JICA Tokyo, Japan (1994), Huess Theodore Academy, Germany (2001), JFK School of Government Harvard University, USA (2008). At the ADL Management Education Institute he contributed a case study relating to Human Resource Management. He was nominated to attend 37-week Management Consultancy Development Program organized by O & M Division, Islamabad in collaboration with the UNDP and RIPA London. He attended Management Systems and Methods Course and Case Methods Seminar at the Pakistan Administrative Staff College, Lahore. He participated in a number of short courses organized by the Pakistan Institute of Management. He has to his credit two published research papers. 
Prior to joining the Federal Government he served as faculty member in the Department of Business Administration, Gomal University, D I Khan, Department of Administrative Science, University of Punjab, Lahore and Pakistan Institute of Management, Lahore. He was member of the Board of Studies, Department of Administrative Science, University of the Punjab during 1979-80. During his posting as Director Pakistan Public Administration Research Centre he edited several government publications. Later he served as Member of the Editing Committee of ESTACODE 2000 edition. Mr. Haq has widely travelled and represented Pakistan in a number of international seminars. He has visited USA, UK, Netherlands, Germany, Japan, India, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Switzerland and UAE.

   
   
 
Mr. Fazal Yazdani Khan
Directing Staff

Mr. Fazal Yazdani Khan is a BS 20 officer of Pakistan Customs. He belongs to the 1985 batch of the Civil Services Academy i.e. 13th CTP, which he joined after his graduation in Economics and Political Science from the Forman Christian College, University of Punjab, Lahore. He has served at various positions in the Customs, Excise and Sales Tax establishments all over the country, which include both operational and policy level positions. He has been actively involved in the revenue part of budget making process while posted in the Federal Board of Revenue during the years 2004 to 2006. His last assignment within the Customs department till July 2014 was Collector of Customs, (Preventive) Lahore. He has represented Pakistan Customs at the WCO HQs, Brussels in the years 2005 and 2007, and at RILO Asia Pacific meeting at Seoul, South Korea, in 2010. Mr. Yazdani did his 84th Advance Course in Public Sector Management at the then NIPA, Lahore in 2003, and the 99th National Management Course at NMC, NSPP in 2013. He has attended various short courses on Management at LUMS, Lahore and IBA, Karachi. Besides this, he has attended many International Customs procedures and management related trainings and workshops organized by the World Customs Organization.

 

   
 
Mr. Tariq Najeeb Najmi
Directing Staff

Mr. Tariq Najeeb Najmi is a PAS BS-21 officer about to be promoted to BS-21 in the next Board. He belongs to 14th CTP. He has served as Chief Settlement Commissioner and Member Board of Revenue, Commissioner Gujranwala Division, DCO Sheikhupura and Muzaffargarh, Additional Deputy Commissioner and Administrator Municipal Committee Sheikhupura, Toba Tek Singh & Jhang. He has also served as Assistant Commissioner, Hyderabad and Muzaffargarh. He joined NSPP in year 2014 and serving as Directing Staff at SMW.

   
 
    Mr. Fareed Mahmood Chaudhry  
Directing Staff

Fareed Mahmood Chaudhry has done his Masters in Public Policy from School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University, New York. He has also done Masters in Business Administration (Finance), from Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Punjab University and B.S. (Electrical Engineering) from University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore.
Prior to joining National School of Public Policy (NSPP) he was working as Director General, Audit in Lahore. He has over 26 years of professional experience in public as well as private sector. Prior to joining Civil Service in Audit & Accounts, he worked as Electrical Design Engineer in consultancy firm i.e. National Engineering Services, Pakistan (NESPAK) Pvt. Ltd. In Civil Service he has experience of public sector financial management, regulatory audit, performance evaluation of public sector enterprises & social welfare programs, and involved in public sector policy formulation process.
Recently he conducted a ten-day professional training workshop in Riyadh for the government officers working in General Audit Bureau, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the subject of Comprehensive Auditing. He has also worked on a project/workshop (during Masters at Columbia University),  for a Shanghai-based NGO, Joint US-China Cooperation on Clean Energy to develop a training module on local energy and environment policymaking for  the mayoral training program operated by the China Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. He conducted an environment audit, of the country’s largest botanical garden and public park i.e. Jinnah Gardens, Lahore; report of which was published in the Annual Audit Report of Pakistan.
His areas of research interest are: Environment and Energy Policy Making in Developing Countries, Project Development and Finance, Welfare Economics, Cost Benefit Analysis, Quantitative Analysis, Public Financial Management, and Foreign Direct Investment & its framework.

 
   
 
Mr. Adnan Rafique
Directing Staff (T&C)

He joined service in 1994 and is an officer of PA & AS. He has served in various Audit & Accounts assignments within the department of AGP. He has also served as Director Training, in Audit & Accounts Training Institute, Lahore and was involved in building professional capacity of the officers and staff serving in the department of AGP. He has been engaged with PIFRA implementation to increase the accuracy, completeness, reliability, and timeliness of intra-year and year end Government financial reports in Pakistan at the national, provincial, and district levels. Mr. Adnan has a Masters Degree in English literature from Punjab University. He did his Master in Accountancy in Public Sector Financial Management from Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK. He is a fellow Public Accountant from Pakistan Institute of Public Finance and Accounts. He is also certified Financial Consultant from Institution of Financial Consultant, Canada. He has also attended courses on Leadership, SAP R/3, ACL Economic Analysis, Project, Financial and Human Resource Management sponsored by USAID and Government Allied Institutes. He has conducted Audit of United Nation Industrial Development Organisation, Vienna in Austria and has represented Pakistan in ASOSAI. He joined NSPP in April, 2012 and has served as Chief Instructor, NIM, Islamabad and Directing Staff in SMW and now is associated as Directing Staff in NIM Lahore. He is the sponsor of Study Module-II (Administrative Structures and Governance Issues) and has designed and conducted Case Study on GPF problems and Issues at operational level, Simulation Exercises on Energy Crisis, National Heritage and Crisis and Disaster Management. He has recently Acted as Chief Instructor NIM Lahore.

   
 
Mr. Ahmar Elahi
Directing Staff

Mr. Ahmar Elahi is a PA&AS Officer from 24th Common. He holds a Master Degree in English Literature from Punjab University. He has also done MBA (Finance) from Institute of Business Administration, Punjab University. Also he did Masters in Accounting (Public Sector Financial Management) from Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK. He is fellow member of Pakistan Institute of Public Finance Accountants. He is also member of Institute of Internal Auditors, USA.

 

He is a certified Audit Training Specialist. He has designed and conducted capacity Building Courses in Turkey, Thailand, Iran, Japan and China under ASOSAI, IDI, IDB, ADB and Common Wealth.

 

He has served in various audit and accounts offices. He was member of team of officers who led the change management in Pakistan Audit Department under PIFRA by training more than 25000 officers and officials across Pakistan. He has conducted Audit of OPCW Hogue, Hell and UNIDO Vienna and Cambodia.

 

His research interests include Performance Auditing, Public Financial Management, Department Economics, Financial Instruments and International Financial Institutions.  

 

   
 

Maj. (R) Attique Arshad

Directing Staff

Maj. (R) Attique Arshad has done his MBA (HRM) from Preston University, Islamabad, MA (Political Science) from Punjab University, Lahore and now a days undertaking MS Strategic Human Resource Management from UMT, Lahore. Many professional certifications to his credit are; Senior Management Course, SMW-NSPP, Lahore, Mid-Career Management Course, NIM, Lahore, Special Train the Trainers’ Course on Counter Terrorism (For Sudanese Intelligence Officers), Sudan, Specialized Course on Training of Trainer (Sciences of Security and Intelligence), Egypt, Intelligence Staff Course, School of Military Intelligence, Murree, Counter Terrorism Course, UK, Officers Advance Commando Course, Special Service Group, and Post Graduate Diploma, HRM, NUST, Islamabad.

 

He got commissioned in the Pakistan Army in September 1988 and remained posted on different Command, Staff and Instructional Appointments. Prominent amongst them are; Company Commander of a Infantry Battalion as well as of a Commando Battalion (SSG), Adjutant of a Infantry Battalion as well as of a Commando Battalion, Platoon Commander (Instructor) at Pakistan Military Academy Kakul and Instructor at Special Operation School (Special Service Group), Cherat.

 

Major (R) Attique Arshad joined Intelligence Bureau (IB) in March 2001 and subsequently got absorbed in November 2003. He remained posted on Command and Staff duties i.e. Officer Commanding Anti-Terrorist Training School, Simly, Deputy Director Security, Punjab Provincial Headquarters IB, Second Secretary Counsellor Affairs, High Commission for Pakistan, London, UK, Deputy Commandant IB Academy, Islamabad and Director Counter Terrorism Field operations IB Lahore, Punjab.

 

He has been awarded with 2 x Commendation Certificates (Grade-I) by the Director General of Intelligence Bureau in 2013 & 2014 respectively for professional excellence in the field of Counter Terrorism. He has also been conferred with the National Civil Award i.e. “Tamgha-e-Shujaat” (Gallantry Act) by the President of Pakistan, in recognition to gallantry act in the field of Counter Te

   
 
Dr. Saad S. Khan
Directing Staff

Dr Saad S. Khan is an officer of Pakistan Administrative Service (P.A.S) and is a widely-published writer and analyst on Islam, democracy, rule of law and Politics. His academic interests also extend, but are not limited, to Public Policy, Security and Defense Studies and City & Urban Planning. Dr Khan has vast teaching experience and has taught full semester courses at many Universities including the GIK Institute (Swabi), International Islamic University, Allama Iqbal Open University, Sir Syed Center for Advance Research and Air University.

As a civil servant, Dr Khan has extensive experience at all three tiers of Government hierarchy including the Federal Government of Pakistan, the provincial Governments of Punjab, Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan. As Secretary to the Government, he has headed six provincial level departments being Secretary, Services & General Admin Dept (S&GAD); Secretary, Planning & Development (P&D), Secretary Information Dept and Secretary, Health Dept, among others. He also remained Managing Director & CEO of Tourism Development Corporation of Punjab (TDCP), Additional Secretary (Education Dept) Punjab, Director Intelligence (Govt. of Balochistan and Deputy Commandant, Balochistan Levies Force.

He has, to his credit the authorship of Reasserting International Islam published by the Oxford University Press (2000) and Friends Indeed: Review & Reference on Pakistan OIC Relations published by the National Commission for Historical and Cultural Research (2004). He is also contributing author of the multi-volume Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics as well as contributor to the prestigious Oxford Bibliography Online. In addition, his forthcoming books include Life & Times of Begum Ruttie Maryam Jinnah and Coffee Table Book on the Civil Service of Pakistan. He has contributed extensively to research journals and has remained Section Editor of Cambridge Review of International Affairs. He has an impressive list of research journals publications to his credit including in Quarterly Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, Qtly Muslim and Arab Perspectives and Journal of National Development & Security. Hisop ed columns have appeared in numerous leading papers worldwide including in Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Turkeyand in the Diplomatic Traffic (Washington DC, USA) and some have been translated into French, Turkish, Bengali and other languages.

He has appeared as Guest Speaker abroad at University of Karachi, University of Peshawar, University of Dhaka, Cairo University, Jamia Millia University New Delhi and Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA among many other forums and conferences in Italy, Belgium, UK, Sri Lanka and elsewhere. Within Pakistan, he has appeared as Guest Speaker at Naval War College, Lahore; Frontier Corps Training Center, Loralai; Civil Services Academy, Lahore; University of Karachi, University of Peshawar, Sind University, Jamshoro, Bahauddin Zakaria University, Multan, Iqbal Academy and countless other forums.

Dr Khan is a hobby collector and promoter of Marching Bands and is Chairman of Cosmopolitan Alliance of Drummers and Pipers also called Bandazia—a forum to promote Army Bands, Police Bands and School/College Marching Bands. Bandazia holds bands competition, runs a website/database of Bands www.marchingbands.band  and recognizes outstanding bands. He is also Fellow of Royal Edinburgh Military Bands Tattoo and is National Representative of International Military Music Society in Pakistan.

Dr Khan holds many awards honors including Sicahin War Medal, Armed Forces Mountaineering Badge, Governor of Punjab Academic Distinction Shield, Bolan Award for Culture (Military Music) , 7th Gulf Award for Outstanding Pakistanis (Research & Writing) and his name has recently been recommended for Sitata e Imtiaz too.