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Workshop on Office Correspondence for Committee Staff.

August 10, 2015

A five-days “Workshop on Office Correspondence” for Committee staff concluded on August 10, 2015 at Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services. The workshop was attended by 12 staff members of National Assembly working for Committees in different capacities. First two days were dedicated to improving “Essential English Writing Skills.” Mr. Raja Nadeem Sadiq, Head of Department […]

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Budget Workshop for Parliamentary Reporters

May 26, 2015

As per guidance by the Honourable Chairman Senate/ President PIPS Board of Governors, Institute held a two day pre budget workshop with over 35 parliamentary reporters in collaboration with Parliamentary Reporters Association. The workshop was addressed by the Honourable Chairman Senate Mian Raza Rabbani as Chief Guest who inaugurated the absorbing budget workshop and acknowledged […]

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Course on Parliamentary Business, Office Management and Parliamentary Research for Director Staff Working for Standing Committees at Senate of Pakistan.

April 6, 2015

PIPS held a comprehensive three weeks course for 31 Director Staff working for the Standing Committees in Senate of Pakistan. Absorbing sessions by seasoned faculty from amongst leading serving and former officers from the Establishment Division, Senate of Pakistan, PIPS, STI, NDU and Balochistan Highcourt were conducted on imperative topics: Constitution, Parliament and State building, […]

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Knowledge Sharing Symposium on Human Rights for Officers of National Assembly, Senate and PIPS.

April 20, 2015

PIPS and IP3 EU jointly organized a week long knowledge sharing symposium on human rights which was attended by 20 participants including BS-18-20 officers of Senate, National Assembly and PIPS. Mr Hasan Nasir Mirbahar, senior experts IP3 and Mr Zulfiqar Shah from DRI discussed the international human rights covenants. On day two, Mr Muhammad Rashid […]

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National Constitution Day Seminar

April 10, 2015

“Pakistan’s constitution is imperative for country’s federalism as it holds the key to protect the rights of every citizen, irrespective of his religion, caste, creed, sex or physical appearance and allows all cultures of federating units to blossom in a national synthesis – a Pakistani culture that reflects unity in diversity,” it was stated by Honourable […]

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Minutes Writing.

May 8, 2014

Minutes Writing May 8-9, 2014

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