Tag: Verification

ECP’s door-to-door verification will now start on 22nd

The Election Commission of Pakistan on Friday put off door-to-door verification of around 80 million voters for another 15 days citing variety of reasons...

Voters’ verification from August 8

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has rescheduled the process of door-to-door verification of the voters which will now start from August 8, aimed...

ECP puts off door-to-door verification for 20 days

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is likely to miss the target of developing an error-free voter lists by the end of the current...

HEC decides to recommence the verification of parliamentarians

ISLAMABAD - Higher Education Commission (HEC) has decided to restart the pending process of verification degrees of parliamentarians before its proposed devolution to the provinces and called degrees of 254 members of the parliament form Election Commission.
According to sources HEC has written a letter to Election Commission of Pakistan demanding the metric and intermediate certificates of 254 members of parliament for verification. The letter added that HEC wants to act upon

No progress on verification of govt employees’ degrees

ISLAMABAD - With the deadline set by Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani for the verification of educational degrees and certificates of all federal government employees approaching fast, the authorities tasked with the job seemed to be moving at a snail's pace, with heads of department setting their own deadlines for the completion of the process, documents available with Pakistan Today revealed.
Gilani had ordered the Establishment Division on February 5 to complete the process

PM’s directives for degrees’ verification mere rhetoric

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani's directives appear to be a rhetoric as the Establishment Division has so far not sent any formal instruction to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) to complete the verification process of federal government employees' educational degrees by April 4. The prime minister had set a two month deadline starting from February 5 for the verification of educational degrees. However, despite the passage of one month, no official instruction has