Peshawar, September 02, 2013 (PPI-OT): “A Guide to Performance Evaluation” framed earlier in the year 2004 provides Annual Medical Examination Reports in respect of the officers working in Basic Pay Scale (BPS-17) and above. It has been observed by the government with grave concern that the said instructions are not being complied with in letter and spirit.
Therefore, it becomes difficult to monitor an officer’s health for the purpose of posting, training and retention in service. Besides, several cases have been observed where officers nominated for mandatory training fell seriously ill during training and had to be sent back without completing the training.
The government, therefore, advises that the instructions on the subject may be complied with and Annual Medical Examination of every officer be ensured. As the Annual Medical Examination Reports are to be placed in the C.R. dossiers; copies of the reports are required to be furnished to the authorities responsible for maintaining C.R. dossiers.
Apropos to above, it has been decided by the government that the latest Medical Report shall henceforth be a compulsory requirement at the time of nomination of officers for mandatory training i.e. MCMC, SMC and NMC / NDU.
While sending nomination of officers for mandatory training, their latest Annual Medical Examination Report may also be provided to the government. However, the said requirement in question shall be applicable with effect from 1st January 2014.
The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the Home and Tribal Affairs Department has issued instructions in this regard to its all subordinate formations and officers to bring the aforesaid decision of the competent authority for strict compliance.
For more information, contact:
Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Tel: 091 921 1789