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Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), formerly called the Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP), is the general administrative cadre of the Government of Pakistan. It is the most prestigious Service within Pakistan’s bureaucracy and of the nearly three million public servants on the roll of the Government, there are only around 800 or so Officers who constitute the P.A.S. As a successor of the illustrious Read More ...
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Hall of Fame
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Service
We take pride in the CSP/ PAS officers who went beyond their call of duty and devoted their lives to voluntary social services and public welfare endeavors especially poverty eradication and rural development.
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Akhtar Hameed Khan
ICS had a vision that World Bank and Asian Development Bank could take Pakistan nowhere. So he, after quitting the service, decided to devote his life to strive for community empowerment. He adopted a bottom-up community mobilization approach in his seminal Orangi Pilot Project in 1980’s using research & extension method.
The OPP is a pioneer in introducing innovative ways of providing basic housing, health, family planning, and micro finance to the urban poor. The locals solved their own sanitation problems.
Shoaib Sultan Khan
ICS was inspired by Akhtar Hameed Khan took lead in the National Rural Support Programme that was implemented in  93 Districts of Pakistan reaching out to 20% of the rural poor. He took a consultative and ownership approach to rural development .
Tasneem Ahmad Siddiqui
ICS is the pioneer of the Sindh Katchi Abadi Authority through which an effort was made for assisting the poor find solutions to their problems
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Power
We record those CSP officers who rose to the position of the President or Governor General of Pakistan, or since 1971, rose to become the President or PM of Bangladesh.
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President Iskandar Mirza, CSP
He  belonged to the defunct Indian Political Service (IPS) during the British period and with all other ICS/IPS officers opting for Pakistan was inducted into CSP. He became the first President of Pakistan under 195 contitution.
President Ghulam Ishaq Khan CSP
He was a former Finance Secretary and Cabinet Secretary. He was elected as the seventh President of Pakistan and remained in office for five years. 1988-93.
President Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari CSP
He was from the batch of 1964. He remained Deputy Commissioner but later quite the Service to join politics from Pakistan People’s Party. He was elected as 8th ninth President of Pakistan (1993-97)
President Shahabuddin Ahmad CSP
He became the President of Bangladesh twice. First he became Interim President during 1990-91 after the resignation of President Hussain Mohammad Ershad and later elected as 12th President of Bangladesh (1996-2001)
President Shahabuddin Ahmad CSP
He headed the Government of Technocrats for three years(2006-09) as Chief Advisor, which was another name for office of Prime Minister,
Governor General Iskandar Mirza CSP
He was the fourth and last Governor General of Pakistan before the country was declared as a republic and the office of Governor General was abolished
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Justice
We appreciate those CSP officers who opted for judicial assignments and rose to become the Chief Justices of Pakistan, or the Chief Justice of West Pakistan or East Pakistan, or became the Judges at the International Court.
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Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
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Lahore
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Lahore
Hall of Diplomacy
We acknowledge the two most illustrious Foreign Ministers, first five Foreign Secretaries of Pakistan and among many other astounding diplomats that this country has produced who were CSP/PAS officers.
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Mr Ikramullah CSP
He is called the father of Pakistan Civil Service. He was the first Foreign Secretary of Pakistan (1947-51) and again during 1959-61.
Mr Akhtar Hussain CSP
He was the second Foreign Secretary of Pakistan (1951-53) and an ambassador to many countries.
Mr J A Rahim CSP
He was the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1953-55 and later became the founding Secretary General of the Pakistan Peoples Party.
Mr S K Dehlavi CSP
He  was the top diplomat/Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1961-63.
Mr Aziz Ahmad CSP
He was the longest serving Foreign Secretary of Pakistan from 1963-66 and during 1973-77, he was elevated as the FOREIGN MINISTER OF PAKISTAN
Mr S M Yusuf ICS S.Pk
He was the top diplomat/Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1966-70.
Mr Agha Shahi CSP
He was the most illustrious Foreign Minister of Pakistan (1978-82) and before that he was the Foreign Secretary of the country during 1973-77.
Mr Agha Hilaly CSP
He was the most distinguished of the diplomats Pakistan ever had having served as Ambassador to USA, the USSR and to the United Nations.
Mr S M Burke ICS
He was the Ambassador of Pakistan to Scandinavian nations and a prolific writer and one of the greatest authorities on Pakistan’s foreign policy
Qamar ul Islam CSP
He was Pakistan’s Ambassador to Belgium and to the European Community
Mr Shahid Rafi CSP
was the President of the Association and the Director General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Glory
We pay homage to those CSP/ PAS officers who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty for the Glory of Pakistan.
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Shaheed Mr Abdul Mansoor Khan Kakar, PAS
Deputy Commissioner, Quetta

Embraced martyrdom at the hands of terrorists who had attacked and killed the students of Bahadur Khan Women University. The dead and injured girls were brought to Bolan Medical Complex which was attacked by militants. Leading the operation Masnoor laid down his life in June 2013.
Shaheed Mr Hammad Amjad Raza, DMG
Additional Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of unknown assassins in his bedroom in presence of his wife and 3 infant kids during restoration of judiciary movement in Pakistan, in May 2007
Shaheed Mr Shahid Hamid, DMG
Managing Director, Karachi Electric Supply Corporation

Embraced martyrdom by militants of an ethnic party leading insurgency in Karachi at that time, for refusing to bow to their extortionist demands, in July 1997
Shaheed Mr Tajammul Abbas, PCS
Commissioner, Sargodha Division

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian militant organization in Sept. 1996
Shaheed Mr Sajjad Hussain, CSP
Managing Director, Pakistan Steel Mill, Karachi

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of organized criminal mafia within the labor unions at PSM during its formative phase in 1966
Shaheed Mr Naseem Waqar, CSP
Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kushtia (erstwhile East Pakistan)
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, at Kushtia  in 1971
Shaheed Mr Nisarul Hameed, CSP
Assistant Commissioner,  Natore, (erstwhile East Pakistan)
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan,  at Natore, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Muhammad Iqbal, CSP
Posted in Meherpur in erstwhile East Pakistan

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Qudrat Ilahi Choudhry, CSP
Deputy Commissioner in erstwhile East Pakistan

Himself an East Pakistani/Bengali CSP, he paid the ultimate price for loyalty to his motherland by embracing martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Ashraf Mohammadshahi,
 PCS, Sitara-e-Shujaat
Deputy Commissioner, Kech (Balochistan)

Embraced martyrdom in an anti-dacoits operation at Turbat in March 1990
Shaheed Mr Ali Raza, DMG
Deputy Commissioner, Khanewal

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian militant organization in July 1995
Shaheed Mr Usama Muad, DMG
Secretary Coordination, Govt of Punjab, Lahore

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian) militant organization in February 1997
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Creativity
We recognize all those CSP/PAS officers who compose poetry or music, who have written books or are prolific writers otherwise, who have distinguished themselves in fine arts or any other form of creativity.
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Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
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Lahore
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Lahore
Hall of Prestige
We register all those CSP/PAS officers who became the Presidents of the PAS Association (or the erstwhile CSP Association). Our former President M.R. Kayani declared President CSP Association to be the most prestigious position in Pakistan after the President of Pakistan.
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Sir Ambrose Dundas
ICS (1948-50) remained the first President of Pakistan Administrative Service Association. He was a distinguhed civil servant and Chief Commissioner of Quetta Division. Quaid e Azam appointed him as the Agent to Governor General (AGG) of Balochistan. He later remained Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa till late 1949 and left Pakistan for Ireland, his next assignment in 1950. After retirement, he remained the chair of Pakistan Studies Society in UK.
Mr Akhter Husain
ICS (1950-54), the second President, was a distinguished civil servant who remained Foreign Secretary, Defence Secretary and later Governor West Pakistan.
Justice Mohd Shahabuddin
ICS (1954-55) was an illustrious civil servant who chose the judicial career and rose to become the Chief Justice of Pakistan. He was the head of the Constitutional Commission--- named after him as the Shahabuddin Commission--- that drafted the 1962 constitution of Paksitan. He also remained Governor of East Pakistan.
Mr Aziz Ahmad
ICS (1955-58) remained President of the Association for three years. He remained Pakistan’s top diplomat as Foreign Secretary--- and after his retirement from service--- as Foreign Minister also.
Justice Malik Rustam Kayani
ICS (1958-62) is known for his witty speeches (one of which at the CSP Officers annual dinner pinched President Ayub Khan so much that he refused to elevate him to Supreme Court). Justice Kayani’s judgments as the Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court are still cited. He authored many books, some of which are compendiums of his public addresses.
Ambassador Qamar ul Islam
ICS (1962-66) was the sixth President of the Association. He was an illustrious name in the History of our service. He remained Cabinet Secretary and later our ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and finally, our ambassador to the European Union in Brussels.
Justice Anwar ul Haq Shaikh
ICS (1966-70) was among the CSP Officers who chose judicial career and rose to become the Chief Justice of Pakistan. He was also Chairman of Anwar ul Haq Commission on Civil Service Reforms.
Mr Irfan Ahmad Imtiazi
PAS (1970-74) was the last President of the Association before its dissolution. He was a very competent civil servant well versed with rules and regulations. He wrote a book on “Public Administration in Pakistan” in 2008.
Mr Safdar Kazmi
CSP (1985-88) was the first President after restoration of the Association in the 1980’s
Mr Pervez Ahmad Butt
CSP (1988-93) remained Federal Secretary (Science and Technology) as well as Chairman of COMSATS.
Mr Syed Naseer Ahmad
CSP (1993-96) remained the Secretary Railways and Secretary Petroleum and Natural Resources, and was the longest serving Home Secretary of Punjab. He was the 11th President of the Association.
Mr Javed Akram
CSP (1996-2001) remained Establishment Secretary, Member Federal Public Service Commission and the Chief Census Commissioner of Pakistan.
Mr Hafeez Akhtar Randhawa
CSP (2001-2002) remained Additional Chief Secretary and Chief Secretary of Punjab and Chairman of the Bank of Punjab.
Mr Shakeel Durrani
CSP (2002-03), originally elected as Senior Vice President, remained Acting President upon resignation of Mr Hafeez Akhtar Randhawa as President. He remained Chief Secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federal Secretary Railways/ Chairman Railway and Chairman WAPDA.
Mr Hamayun Farshori
DMG (2003-05) was the Chairman P&D Punjab and Federal Secretary for Commerce and Industries.
Mr Abdul Rauf Chaudhry
DMG (2006-07) was also the Senior Vice President of the Association who became Acting President upon repatriation of Mr Hamayun Farshori back to the Punjab Government from the Federal Government. Mr Abdul Rauf Chaudhry remained Federal Secretary of Housing and Works, Education Secretary and Cabinet Secretary.
Mr Ismail Qureshi
DMG (2007-09) was the 17th President of the Association. He has remained Establishment Secretary, Secretary Water and Power, and before that, Provincial Health Secretary.
Mr. Shahid Rafi
DMG (2009-11) is the 18th President of the Association. He was Chief Secretary of AJK and Federal Information Secretary, Culture Secretary, and now Secretary Water and Power.
Hall of Fame
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Philanthropy
In this hall we take pride in the CSP/ PAS officers who went beyond their call of duty and devoted their lives to voluntary social services and public welfare endeavors especially poverty eradication and rural development.
Akhtar Hameed Khan, ICS
Had a vision that World Bank and Asian Development Bank could take Pakistan nowhere. So he, after quitting the service, decided to devote his life to strive for community empowerment. He adopted a bottom-up community mobilization approach in his seminal Orangi Pilot Project in 1980’s using research & extension method.
The OPP is a pioneer in introducing innovative ways of providing basic housing, health, family planning, and micro finance to the urban poor. The locals solved their own sanitation problems.
Shoaib Sultan Khan, ICS
Was inspired by Akhtar Hameed Khan took lead in the National Rural Support Programme that was implemented in  93 Districts of Pakistan reaching out to 20% of the rural poor. He took a consultative and ownership approach to rural development .
Tasneem Ahmad Siddiqui, ICS
Is the pioneer of the Sindh Katchi Abadi Authority through which an effort was made for assisting the poor find solutions to their problems
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Power
In this hall we record those CSP officers who rose to the position of the President or Governor General of Pakistan, or since 1971, rose to become the President or PM of Bangladesh.
President Iskandar Mirza, CSP
He  belonged to the defunct Indian Political Service (IPS) during the British period and with all other ICS/IPS officers opting for Pakistan was inducted into CSP. He became the first President of Pakistan under 1956 constitution.
President Ghulam Ishaq Khan CSP
He was a former Finance Secretary and Cabinet Secretary. He was elected as the seventh President of Pakistan and remained in office for five years. 1988-93.
President Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari CSP
He was from the batch of 1964. He remained Deputy Commissioner but later quite the Service to join politics from Pakistan People’s Party. He was elected as 8th ninth President of Pakistan (1993-97)
President Shahabuddin Ahmad CSP
He became the President of Bangladesh twice. First he became Interim President during 1990-91 after the resignation of President Hussain Mohammad Ershad and later elected as 12th President of Bangladesh (1996-2001)
Prime Minister Fakhruddin Ahmad CSP
He headed the Government of Technocrats in Bangladesh for three years(2006-09) as Chief Advisor, which was another name for office of Prime Minister,
Governor General Iskandar Mirza CSP
He was the fourth and last Governor General of Pakistan before the country was declared as a republic and the office of Governor General was abolished
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Justice
In this hall we appreciate those CSP officers who opted for judicial assignments and rose to become the Chief Justices of Pakistan, or the Chief Justice of West Pakistan or East Pakistan, or became the Judges at the International Court.
Justice Mohammad Shahabuddin ICS
He opted for the judicial branch of ICS/ CSP and eventually rose to become the third Chief Justice of Pakistan in 1960 but died the same year in office.
Justice Alvin Robert Cornelius ICS
He was the fourth Chief Justice of Pakistan and remained in office 1960-68. He was the author of 1962 constitution also.
Justice Shaikh Abdul Rahman PhD CSP
He was from ICS (1926 batch) and became the fifth Chief Justice of Pakistan assuming office in 1960 and retiring from the same post. He was also the Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan and Chairman of Central Urdu Board.
Justice Shaikh Anwar ul Haq, CSP
He is from ICS (1939 batch) was the ninth Chief Justice of Pakistan from 1977-81. He was the only Chief Justice who refused to take oath under Gen Zia ul Haq’s PCO in 1981 and preferred to go home.
Justice Saad Saud Jan CSP
He became Acting Chief Justice of Pakistan in 1994 for three months but despite being the Senior most Judge of the Supreme Court when he was not confirmed as Chief Justice, he resigned but later became an International Judge at The Hague in ICTY.
Mr Justice M R Kayani CSP
He was the Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court during 1958-62 and remained ex officio President of CSP Association West Pakistan Chapter.
Mr Justice Mohammad Shahabuddin CSP
was the Chief Justice of East Pakistan High Court during 1950-53 and remained ex officio President of CSP Association East Pakistan Chapter. In 1954, he was elevated to the post of Governor East Pakistan.
Mr Justice Shahabuddin Ahmad CSP
He was an East Pakistani CSP officer who became the sixth Chief Justice of Bangladesh in 1990 and remained in office till 1995. He later became the President of Bangladesh.
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Diplomacy
In this hall we acknowledge the two most illustrious Foreign Ministers, first five Foreign Secretaries of Pakistan and among many other astounding diplomats that this country has produced who were CSP/PAS officers.
Mr Ikramullah CSP
He is called the father of Pakistan Foreign Service. He was the first Foreign Secretary of Pakistan (1947-51) and again during 1959-61.
Mr Akhtar Hussain CSP
He was the second Foreign Secretary of Pakistan (1951-53) and an ambassador to many countries.
Mr J A Rahim CSP
He was the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1953-55 and later became the founding Secretary General of the Pakistan Peoples Party.
Mr S K Dehlavi CSP
He  was the top diplomat/Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1961-63.
Mr Aziz Ahmad CSP
He was the longest serving Foreign Secretary of Pakistan from 1963-66 and during 1973-77, he was elevated as the FOREIGN MINISTER OF PAKISTAN
Mr S M Yusuf ICS S.Pk
He was the top diplomat/Foreign Secretary of Pakistan during 1966-70.
Mr Agha Shahi CSP
He was the most illustrious Foreign Minister of Pakistan (1978-82) and before that he was the Foreign Secretary of the country during 1973-77.
Mr Agha Hilaly CSP
He was the most distinguished of the diplomats Pakistan ever had having served as Ambassador to USA, the USSR and to the United Nations.
Mr S M Burke ICS
He was the Ambassador of Pakistan to Scandinavian nations and a prolific writer and one of the greatest authorities on Pakistan’s foreign policy
Qamar ul Islam CSP
He was Pakistan’s Ambassador to Belgium and to the European Community
Mr Shahid Rafi CSP
was the President of the Association and the Director General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Glory
In this hall we pay homage to those CSP/ PAS officers who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty for the Glory of Pakistan.
Shaheed Mr Abdul Mansoor Khan Kakar, PAS
Deputy Commissioner, Quetta

Embraced martyrdom at the hands of terrorists who had attacked and killed the students of Bahadur Khan Women University. The dead and injured girls were brought to Bolan Medical Complex which was attacked by militants. Leading the operation Masnoor laid down his life in June 2013.
Shaheed Mr Hammad Amjad Raza, DMG
Additional Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan, Islamabad
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of unknown assassins in his bedroom in presence of his wife and 3 infant kids during restoration of judiciary movement in Pakistan, in May 2007
Shaheed Mr Shahid Hamid, DMG
Managing Director, Karachi Electric Supply Corporation

Embraced martyrdom by militants of an ethnic party leading insurgency in Karachi at that time, for refusing to bow to their extortionist demands, in July 1997
Shaheed Mr Tajammul Abbas, PCS
Commissioner, Sargodha Division

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian militant organization in Sept. 1996
Shaheed Mr Sajjad Hussain, CSP
Managing Director, Pakistan Steel Mill, Karachi

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of organized criminal mafia within the labor unions at PSM during its formative phase in 1966
Shaheed Mr Naseem Waqar, CSP
Additional Deputy Commissioner, Kushtia (erstwhile East Pakistan)
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, at Kushtia  in 1971
Shaheed Mr Nisarul Hameed, CSP
Assistant Commissioner,  Natore, (erstwhile East Pakistan)
Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan,  at Natore, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Muhammad Iqbal, CSP
Posted in Meherpur in erstwhile East Pakistan

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Qudrat Ilahi Choudhry, CSP
Deputy Commissioner in erstwhile East Pakistan

Himself an East Pakistani/Bengali CSP, he paid the ultimate price for loyalty to his motherland by embracing martyrdom allegedly at the hands of Mukti Bahini rebels in the civil war in Pakistan, in 1971
Shaheed Mr Ashraf Mohammadshahi,
 PCS, Sitara-e-Shujaat
Deputy Commissioner, Kech (Balochistan)

Embraced martyrdom in an anti-dacoits operation at Turbat in March 1990
Shaheed Mr Ali Raza, DMG
Deputy Commissioner, Khanewal

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian militant organization in July 1995
Shaheed Mr Usama Muad, DMG
Secretary Coordination, Govt of Punjab, Lahore

Embraced martyrdom allegedly at the hands of a sectarian) militant organization in February 1997
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Creativity
In this hall we recognize all those CSP/PAS officers who compose poetry or music, who have written books or are prolific writers otherwise, who have distinguished themselves in fine arts or any other form of creativity.
Akbar S. Ahmad CSP
ANTHROPOLOGIST HISTORIAN/ FILM MAKER
He  is a leading anthropologist of the world and has written a number of books on Baloch Society, South Asian History and on Islam. He is also maker of the movie “Jinnah” and series of documentaries on LIVING ISLAM as well as author of a large number of books.
A G N Qazi
ECONOMIST
He headed the national pay and pensions committee among many other distinguished positions in the economic field.
Ahsan Raja PAS
NOVELIST
Former Federal Secretary Education, has written travelogues and a Novel n Punjabi.
Ammara Khattak PAS
POETESS
Known for her poetry
Anwar Saleem Ahmad DMG
COLUMNIST
He was a leading columnists in the country.
Ata Mohammad PAS
POET
Former DC Ziarat and DCO Sialkot is also a known poet
Mr Athar Tahir PAS
CALLIGRAPHY/ PAINTER
Federal Secretary Education Athar Tahir is known for his paintings and calligraphy.
Ejaz Rahim, CSP
POET
Former Secretary Health and Secretary Education is known for English poetry.
Hassan Zaheer CSP
HISTORIAN
He was  an accomplished historian. His books on Rawalpindi Conspiracy 1951 and Secession of East Pakistan are among the most authentic historical accounts on the issue.
Dr Ishrat Hussain CSP
ECONOMIST
He was the Governor State Bank of Pakistan
Mr Kamran Lashari PAS
ACTOR
He acted in the movie “Waar” produced by his son.
Mr Khalid Manzoor Basra DMG
MUSIC
He had s a PhD in Music from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London, and was from 10th Common. He was a wonderful Singer Composer and Sitar player.
Mr Khalid Sherdil, PAS
AUTHOR
Former Addl Secretary to Chief Secretary Punjab, is a collector of paintings that he has collected in his website on Paintings on Pakistan. He is author of a book on disaster management.
Kiran Khursheed PAS
AUTHOR
Kiran is an author of most voluminous work yet on the History of Civil Service of Pakistan (CSP). She has also compiled the District Gazzetters of Punjab from the British era. She is a former DCO Sheikhupara and Deputy Secretary (Services) in the Government of Punjab. She is also a PhD Scholar!
Masood Mufti CSP
LITERARY GENIUS
He is author of ten literary books, four of them on East Pakistan.
Dr Mohammad Arif PAS
AUTHOR
Former Chairman, P&D, Punjab wrote many books on the ummah concept in Islam.
Mustafa Zaidi CSP
POET
One of the most famous Urdu poets of Pakistan.
Mukthar Masood CSP
LITERARY GENIUS
His books (Loh-e-Ayyam, Safar Naseeb, Awaaz-e-Dost) are amongst greatest contributions to Urdu literature.
Orya Maqbool Jan PAS
DRAMA WRITIER/ COLUMNIST
Secretary Information Punjab, is a famous Television Drama writer as well as a leading columnist and analyst.
Qudratullah Shahab
LITERARY GENIUS
Another literary name whose autobiography Shahabnama,  a novel titled Yaa Khuda  and a collection of short stories Maa Jee became very famous..
Mr Raza Rumi PAS
WRITER/COMUMNIST/Calligrapher.
Dr Shahzad Qaisar CSP
DRAMA WRITIER/ COLUMNIST
The former Special Secretary to the Prime Minister wrote many books on local saints such as Bullhey Shah, Ghulam Fareed and other mystics.
Teepu Mahabbat Khan PAS & Mushtaq Jadoon PAS
WRITIERS
Both wrote books on history of FATA/ tribal areas..
Tariq Mehmood
NOVELIST
Former Interior Secretary of Pakistan is a renowned novelist.
V. A. Jaffery CSP
Economist
He was Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance and Economic Affairs.
Zafar Mehmood PAS
NOVELIST/ SCRIPT WRITER
Former Federal Secretary Industries is also a drama writer as well as a novelist. He wrote scripts of movies including the Court Conversation scenes in famous movie “Khuda Ke Liye”.
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Abdullah Junaid
Lahore
Hall of Prestige
In this hall we register all those CSP/PAS officers who became the Presidents of the PAS Association (or the erstwhile CSP Association). Our former President M.R. Kayani declared President CSP Association to be the most prestigious position in Pakistan after the President of Pakistan.
Sir Ambrose Dundas, ICS 
(1948-50)
 remained the first President of Pakistan Administrative Service Association. He was a distinguhed civil servant and Chief Commissioner of Quetta Division. Quaid e Azam appointed him as the Agent to Governor General (AGG) of Balochistan. He later remained Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa till late 1949 and left Pakistan for Ireland, his next assignment in 1950. After retirement, he remained the chair of Pakistan Studies Society in UK.
Mr Akhter Husain,ICS
(1950-54)
The second President, was a distinguished civil servant who remained Foreign Secretary, Defence Secretary and later Governor West Pakistan.
Justice Mohd Shahabuddin, ICS
(1954-55)
Was an illustrious civil servant who chose the judicial career and rose to become the Chief Justice of Pakistan. He was the head of the Constitutional Commission--- named after him as the Shahabuddin Commission--- that drafted the 1962 constitution of Paksitan. He also remained Governor of East Pakistan.
Mian Bashir Ahmed, ICS
(1955-57)
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Mr Aziz Ahmad, ICS
(1957-58)
Remained President of the Association for three years. He remained Pakistan’s top diplomat as Foreign Secretary--- and after his retirement from service--- as Foreign Minister also.
Justice Malik Rustam Kayani
(1958-62)
Is known for his witty speeches (one of which at the CSP Officers annual dinner pinched President Ayub Khan so much that he refused to elevate him to Supreme Court). Justice Kayani’s judgments as the Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court are still cited. He authored many books, some of which are compendiums of his public addresses.
Ambassador Qamar ul Islam, ICS
(1962-66)
 Was the sixth President of the Association. He was an illustrious name in the History of our service. He remained Cabinet Secretary and later our ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and finally, our ambassador to the European Union in Brussels.
Justice Anwar ul Haq Shaikh, ICS
(1966-70)
Was among the CSP Officers who chose judicial career and rose to become the Chief Justice of Pakistan. He was also Chairman of Anwar ul Haq Commission on Civil Service Reforms.
Mr Irfan Ahmad Imtiazi, PAS
(1970-74)
Was the last President of the Association before its dissolution. He was a very competent civil servant well versed with rules and regulations. He wrote a book on “Public Administration in Pakistan” in 2008.
Mr Safdar Kazmi, CSP
(1985-88)
Was the first President after restoration of the Association in the 1980’s
Mr Pervez Ahmad Butt. CSP
(1988-93)
Remained Federal Secretary (Science and Technology) as well as Chairman of COMSATS.
Mr Syed Naseer Ahmad, CSP
(1993-96)
Remained the Secretary Railways and Secretary Petroleum and Natural Resources, and was the longest serving Home Secretary of Punjab. He was the 11th President of the Association.
Mr Javed Akram, CSP
(1996-2001)
Remained Establishment Secretary, Member Federal Public Service Commission and the Chief Census Commissioner of Pakistan.
Mr Hafeez Akhtar Randhawa, CSP
(2001-2002)
Remained Additional Chief Secretary and Chief Secretary of Punjab and Chairman of the Bank of Punjab.
Mr Shakeel Durrani, CSP
(2002-03)
Originally elected as Senior Vice President, remained Acting President upon resignation of Mr Hafeez Akhtar Randhawa as President. He remained Chief Secretary of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federal Secretary Railways/ Chairman Railway and Chairman WAPDA.
Mr Hamayun Farshori, DMG
(2003-05)
Was the Chairman P&D Punjab and Federal Secretary for Commerce and Industries.
Mr Abdul Rauf Chaudhry, DMG
(2006-07)
Was also the Senior Vice President of the Association who became Acting President upon repatriation of Mr Hamayun Farshori back to the Punjab Government from the Federal Government. Mr Abdul Rauf Chaudhry remained Federal Secretary of Housing and Works, Education Secretary and Cabinet Secretary.
Mr Ismail Qureshi, DMG
(2007-09)
Was the 17th President of the Association. He has remained Establishment Secretary, Secretary Water and Power, and before that, Provincial Health Secretary.
Mr. Shahid Rafi, DMG
(2009-11)
Is the 18th President of the Association. He was Chief Secretary of AJK and Federal Information Secretary, Culture Secretary, and now Secretary Water and Power.
Mr Mohammad Javed Malik, PAS
(2011-13)
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Mr Seerat Asghar Jaura, PAS
(2014-16)
He was the Federal Secretary, Ministry of Food Security and before that served as Director General, E-Governance Directorate, among many positions in three decades of public service.
Mohammad Yunus Dagha, PAS
(2016-)
He is presently the Federal Secretary, Ministry of Water and Power. Earlier he has remained Federal Secretary, Ministry of Housing and the Chief Secretary of Gilgit Baltistan.
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