Reconstitution of NESPAK BoD approved by PM

The National Engineering Services Pakistan (NESPAK) is a public sector company originally found by the government of Pakistan to ensure better engineering consultancy services and replace the dependence on foreign consultancy by collecting a group of engineers to increase local engineering reliability.

Recently, Prime Minister Shehbaz Shareef approved the re-election of the board of directors of the company which is a requirement as demanded by the government of Pakistan. It was ordered to the power division to submit the summary to the federal cabinet to be approved. Prime Minister Office has directed to replace the name of Chartered Accountant Abdul Hamid Ahmed Dagia, with Pir Saad Ahsanuddin and fix the summary in accordance.

Reconstitution will be carried out as follows: (i) Secretary, Power Division/ Chairman/ Member (ex-officio ); (ii) Chairman National Highways Authority (NHA) Member (ex-officio); (iii) Additional Secretary, Ministry for Finance/ Member (ex-officio); (iv) Additional Secretary, Power Division/ Member (ex-officio); (v) Chairman, Planning & Development Board, Punjab/ Member (ex-officio); (vi) Additional Chief Secretary (Dev) Sindh/ Member(ex-officio); (vii) Additional Chief Secretary(Dev) KP/ Member (ex-officio); (viii) Additional Chief Secretary (Dev) Balochistan/ Member (ex-officio); (ix) Abdul Karim Qureshi(Private Sector); (x) Syed Iqbal Yunas (Private Sector) ;(xi) Asif Haider Mirza(Private Sector); (xii) Pir Saad Ahsanuddin;(xiii) Managing Director, NESPAK (Member/ ex-officio).