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Ghulam Qadir Thebo – FPSC topper, police officer, chemical engineer, a lawyer

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KARACHI: Sindh province has been blessed with genius and brilliant people who outclasses in every field of life. One such example is of Ghulam Qadir Thebo who served the country with his honesty, commitment and dedication throughout his career as civil servant.

Ghulam Qadir Thebo son of Haji Misri Thebo was born on July 19, 1960 at a small village Dasori, taluka Jhando Mal, district Tando Allahyar (formerly Hyderabad). His father was a landlord of the area and a politician who was elected as chairman of the union council Dasori.

Mr Thebo received his early education Government Primary School, Dasori where he performed brilliantly in the school. He also participated in extracurricular activities.

After doing his 8th standard in the school, he got admission in the Cadet College Petaro from where he completed his matriculation and intermediate in A grade in 1977. After his intermediate, he was selected in the Pakistan Navy however he did not qualify for the final medical test.

Ghulam Qadir got admission in the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology from where he completed his Bachelors of Engineering (BE) in chemical engineering.

In the meanwhile, he also completed his Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Masters of Arts (MA) in Political Science from Sindh University with flying colours. He also did Diploma in Public Administration (DPA).

In 1980, Ghulam Qadir Thebo qualified for a government job in Pakistan Customs where he worked for a quite some time and resigned from the job. Later, he qualified for a BS-17 job in the law enforcement agency which he joined and shifted to Rawalpindi.

In the meantime, Mr Thebo also appeared in various competitive examinations including Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) and Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC). He clinched 6th position in Sindh rural in the CSS exams and allotted Police Service of Pakistan (PSP) in 1985.

While joining Police Service of Pakistan, Mr Thebo was first posted as Assistant District Officer Swat/Oghi Frontier Constabulary in 1988. His services were then transferred to Sindh province where he served as Assistant Superintendent of Police in various district till July 1991. He also served as ADIGP Hyderabad Ranger.

He worked as Senior Superintendent of Police at districts Dadu, Umerkot, Shikarpur and Sanghar (Aug 1995 – Jul 2000) and Superintendent of Police at Tharparkar, Badin, Shikarpur and Khairpur district later on.

From August 2000 to December 2001, Mr Thebo was deputed to Bosnia on United Nations Peace Keeping Mission. He also received Peace Police Medal in Bosnia. After his return to Pakistan, he was posted as SSP/TPO/DPO Clifton, Karachi and Sanghar district in 2002.

In 2003, he was made Director, Anti Corruption Establishment Sindh where he worked brilliantly till July 2004. Then, he went to neighboring province of Balochistan where he served as RPO/Deputy Inspector General Police, Quetta, Gwadar and Khuzdar (July 2004 – Dec 2007). He also briefly worked as Commandant Baluchistan Constabulary Quetta.

In 2008, Ghulam Qadir Thebo was posted as Deputy Inspector General Police (CIA), Karachi. In 2010, he was posted as Inspector General of Prisons, Sindh and then made Additional Inspector General of Police, Sindh. In 2013, Mr Thebo was posted as Additional Inspector General of Police, Traffic, Sindh and Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Karachi in 2014.

In 2016, he was made Chairman Enquiries & Anti Corruption Establishment, Sindh and again he was made CCPO Karachi in July 2017. He also served as Additional Inspector General of Police, Traffic (Sept 2017 – March 19). In 2019, he was posted as Additional IG/DDG/ANF, Islamabad.

In March 2020, Ghulam Qadir Thebo was posted as Additional Inspector General, Hyderabad. Apart from his service career, Mr Thebo graduated from Central Superior Services Academy, Lahore and also graduated from National Police Academy, Islamabad. Besides, he also participated in 81st Advanced Course in public sector management from National Institute of Public Administration; attended multimedia presentation course from National Institute of Public Administration; attended office management & service rules course from National Institute of Public Administration; and participated in international workshop on leadership development from National Institute of Public Administration. He also graduated from National Defence University, Islamabad, Pakistan in National Security Course. Mr Thebo also received President Police Medal (PPM) by Government of Pakistan and was recommended for Sitara-i-Imtiaz by Sindh Government. He retired on July 18, 2020. Presently, Mr Thebo is working in an NGO as its president to work for rehabilitation of prisoners so that they should not commit crime again. So far 3,000 prisoners have been trained of which only 2 have committed crime after training.

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Kamal Hakeem Dayo – A topper, an engineer, administrative pundit, book-lover

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KARACHI: Opening his eyes in the well-educated, prominent landlord family of Khairpur district, Kamal Hakeem Dayo son of Abdul Hakeem Dayo is the young man who achieves what he wishes for despite the luxury life. His father was a senior officer of Sindh Government who retired from the service as Director of the Agriculture Department, GoS.

Mr Kamal Hakeem has only one brother namely Iqbal Dara who is also the most competent and commissioned officer. Presently, Iqbal Dara is serving as Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIGP), Government of Sindh.

Kamal Hakeem received his primary and secondary education from the Public School Hyderabad. He outshined in the matriculation examination held by the Board of Secondary Education Hyderabad.

He also clinched A-1 grades in the intermediate examination held by the Board of Intermediate Education Sukkur.

With the decent personality and smiling face, Kamal Hakeem was an outstanding and brilliant student who always topped in his studies. Besides, he always took active part in extra-curricular activities in school, as well as, in the college.

While finishing his intermediate, Kamal Hakeem succeeded to get admission in the well-reputed and prominent educational institution of Sindh – Mehran University of Engineering and Technical (MUET) – from where he completed his Bachelor’s of Engineering (BE) in Civil Engineering.

Aiming to do something different in life, Kamal appeared and qualified the most toughest and competitive examination held by the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC). He then joined the Airport Security Force (ASF) as Assistant Director where he had served for quite some time.

Yet again, he was selected through rigorous selection process and joined the National Accountability Bureau, a corruption watchdog, as Assistant Director-cum-Investigating Officer (IO). He had briefly served the NAB.

In the meanwhile, Kamal Hakeem also appeared and qualified the competitive examination undertook by the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) and allotted the Ex-PCS slot. He joined the Sindh Government as Assistant Commissioner (AC).

Firstly, he was posted as Assistant Commissioner (UT) at Hyderabad. He also served as Assistant Commissioner Karachi South; Model Colony; Gulshan-e-Iqbal; Nazimabad. He had also served as Additional Deputy Commissioner-II Karachi East and Additional Deputy Commissioner-II South district of Karachi.

With his promotion to BS-18, Mr Kamal was posted as Deputy Secretary, Sindh Education and Literacy Department where he served for a brief period. He had also worked as Deputy Secretary in Energy Department, Government of Sindh.

Afterwards, Kamal was posted as Additional Deputy Commissioner-I in Karachi’s Central district where he served with utmost honesty and determination. Then, he was posted as Deputy Director, Sindh Food Authority.

Kamal Hakeem also served as Deputy Director, Anti Corruption Department at Hyderabad, Sukkur and Headquarters at Karachi.

After promotion to BS-19, Mr Hakeem was posted as Deputy Director (Legal), Anti Corruption Department.

Presently, Kamal Hakeem is posted as Managing Director of the Sindh Mass Transit Authority (SMTA) where he is responsible for overseeing the development and management of mass transit projects in Sindh province.

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Suhail Ahmed Qureshi – The topper, Gold-Medalist, an Engineer, a book-lover

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KARACHI: While belonging to a prominent landlord and business family of district Shikarpur, Suhail Ahmed Qureshi son of Khuda Bux Qureshi was born on October 5, 1967. Suhail’s father owned rice factories, hundreds acres of agricultural land and other businesses.

Suhail Ahmed Qureshi has two brothers and two sisters and all of them are well-educated.

Suhail Qureshi received his primary education from Noor Ul Islam School Shikarpur. He passed his matriculation from the Government High School No 1 Shikarpur, affiliated with the Board of Secondary Education Sukkur in 1983. He clinched A1 grades in the board’s examination.

Mr Qureshi completed his intermediate from the Government C & S College Shikarpur which was affiliated with the Board of Intermediate Education Sukkur in 1985. Yet again, he grabbed A1 grades.

Suhail Ahmed Qureshi remained brilliant student since the school days who always took active part in the extra-curricular activities. He remained top position holder in the school as well as in college.

With his intermediate with best grades, Suhail Qureshi got admission in the most prominent educational institution – Mehran University of Engineering and Technology – Jamshoro in 1986 from where he completed his Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Electrical.

Mr Suhail was awarded with the Gold Medal with his much appreciated project – Electrical Power from the Ocean Waves -. His project was also on-aired on the only state-run television channel – PTV -.

Aiming to do something different in his life, Mr Suhail appeared in the most competitive examination – Central Superior Services – held by the Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC) in 1994. He had qualified the written tests however he was deprived of group allocation.

In 1996, Suhail Qureshi appeared in another competitive examination conducted by the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC). Simultaneously, Mr Suhail also qualified for the post of Assistant Director, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited.

With a vision to serve people of the province, Suhail Qureshi decided to join the Sindh Government and started his career as Section Officer (SO) in 1996.

Firstly, he was posted as Section Officer in the Finance Department where he had served for many years. He also served as Section Officer in Food Department; Services General Administration & Coordination Department (SGA&CD); and Local Government Department.

With his vast experience of administrative issues, Suhail was once again posted in the SGA&CD in 2004 where he had served for around four years.

In 2008, he was promoted to BS-18 and was posted as Deputy Secretary in the Services General Administration & Coordination Department (SGA&CD) where he served till 2012.

In 2013, Mr Suhail was promoted to BS-19 and posted as Additional Secretary (Services-I) at Services General Administration & Coordination Department (SGA&CD). He was first officer of Provincial Secretariat Services (PSS) who was posted as Additional Secretary (Services-I) as usually the post was filled by the officers of Pakistan Administrative Services (PAS) or other federal services.

Later, Suhail was posted as Additional Secretary, Agriculture Department in 2016 where he served for a period of one year. In 2017, he was posted as Special Secretary in Health Department where he performed for two years.

He had also briefly served as Special Secretary in the Anti-Corruption Department. In 2019, he was made full-fledged Director, Anti-Corruption Department, an important post which was equivalent to IGP as per Anti-Corruption Act.

In January 2021, Suhail Qureshi was promoted to BS-20 and was posted as Special Secretary (Prisons), Home Department. He also served as Secretary of the Irrigation Department for two years where he carries the title of one of the longest serving officer in the Irrigation Department. In 2023, Suhail Ahmed Qureshi was posted as Secretary Health.

In January 2024, Suhail Ahmed Qureshi was posted as Secretary, Public Health Engineering where he is presently performing his responsibilities with utmost honesty and dedication.

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Masood Bhutto – A topper, civil servant, administrative expert, a doctor

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KARACHI: Opening his eyes in the well-educated and landlord family of district Larkana, the hometown of two former premiers Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, Dr Masood Bhutto son of Rab Nawaz Bhutto was born on February 1, 1983.

His father owned agricultural lands of guava orchards in the outskirts of Larkana city. Mr Masood Bhutto has seven brothers and four sisters and all of them are well-educated.

Masood Bhutto received his early education from the Government Primary School at Ghulam Bhutto and completed his matriculation from the Government D.C High School, affiliated with the Board of Secondary Education Larkana in 1999.He clinched A-grade in the board’s examination.

Masood did his intermediate in pre-medical from the Government Degree College Larkana, affiliated with the Board of Intermediate Education Larkana. Yet again he grabbed good grades.

Being an extraordinary student in his school and college, Masood always took active part in the extra-curricular activities. He also won a number of quiz competitions at district level.

Later, Masood Bhutto qualified the entrance test with flying colours and got admission in the prominent medical institution – Chandka Medical College – from where he completed his MBBS in 2007.

With a vision to do something different in life, Dr Masood Bhutto moved to federal capital – Islamabad – where he did his House Job at Capital Development Authority (CDA) hospital in Urology Department. He, then, joined Islamabad Medical and Dental College as Senior Medical Officer in 2009 where he had served for a period of two years.

In the meanwhile, Dr Masood had also appeared in the Pakistan’s most competitive examination – Central Superior Services – and cleared it with flying colours. He grabbed 7th position and allocated FBR’s Inland Revenue Services (IRS).

Simultaneously, he also appeared in the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) and qualified it. He was allocated Ex-PCS cadre. Dr Masood Bhutto left the IRS services and opted for Ex-PCS and joined the Sindh Government.

Mr Masood was firstly posted as Assistant Commissioner Larkana where he served for the longest period in the History of Larkano District from pre partition to this time i.e. 2012-2017. He also served as Additional Deputy Commissioner Larkana for a period of one year.

The credit for the vast road infrastructure on the right and left Bank of Rice canal crossing from the city, beautification and drainage system of Larkana city goes to Dr Masood Bhutto as he was the man who led the anti-encroachment drive in the city. He also put up his efforts to assist PPHI project and assisted the establishment of NICVD Larkana.

He also assisted in the establishment of SIUT Larkano. His endeavoring efforts for the establishment of English Cambridge Comprehensive School system.  He also assisted in the establishment of Sindh University campus at Larkana. 

In 2018, Dr Masood Bhutto was posted as Chief Monitoring Officer at Kamber-Shahdadkot district where he had served with utmost dedication for one year. He introduced many competition programmes among the students in Larkana and Kamber Shahadadkot .

In 2019, he was promoted to BS-18 and was posted as Deputy Director East, Sindh Food Authority, the newly established authority to ensure hygienic food to millions of dwellers of Sindh province. He had also served Sindh Food Authority as Deputy Director South, Malir and Korangi districts.

In 2022, after completion of MCMC Mr Bhutto was promoted to BS-19 and posted as Director Finance, Sindh Food Authority where he is currently performing his duties with honesty and dedication.

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