Railway Construction Pakistan Limited (RAILCOP) a subsidiary of Ministry of Railway, Government of Pakistan requires services of dynamic, energetic professionals on contract basis for ongoing / upcoming infrastructure projects for the following positions:

Name of Position: Project Director 

  • Experience; Minimum 10 years with National / International Companies public sector departments / organization of managing large scale infrastructure projects. 
  • Minimum Qualficiation: B.Sc. Civil Engineering Excellent in Computer skills 
  • Gender: male / Female 
  • Place of Postion: Karachi, Sukkur, Lahore & Islamabad Rawalpindi 

Name of Position: Project Engineer / Site Engineer 

  • Minimum 03 years Design, construction ,supervision of infrastructure project like building bridges, road works etc. 
  • B.Sc. Civil Engineering excellent computer skills, planning, software (Primavera / MS Projects) 
  • Male / Female 
  • Karachi, Sukkur, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi

Company’s salary package would commensurate with experience and qualficiation.

Please send your resume / CV along with photograph in an envelope to the undersigned address,

clearly marking the position applied for on or before 16th May 2017 

Manager / Human Resouces

Railcop House, Pakistan Railway Carriage Factory, Sector I-11/1 IJP Road, Islamabad, 051-927-8276

Applications are invited to work with EA Consulting PVT Ltd. On USAID Funded project of repair and renovation works of buildings, in Sindh for the following positions;

Civil Engineering Jobs in EA Consulting Pvt Ltd. Pakistan

Name of Position; Resident Engineer

NO. of Position: 01
Qualification/ Experience: BE (Civil) and 15 years experience

Name of Position: Assistant Resident Engineer 

Qualification / Experience : BE (Civil) & 10 years experience

How to apply?

Application with CVs given personal details, technical qualification and experience should be sent via mail to

[email protected] 

Last date: 15 th May, 2017

Project Manager Civil Engineer required in Gharibwal Cement Limited, Chakwal, Pakistan
They are looking for self motivated, dynamic & result oriented individuals. CV’s are invited for following positions, based at Gharibwal Cement Limited, Tehsil Choa Saiden Shah, District Chakwal.

Name of Position: Manager Project Civil 

Experience / Qualification:  Having bachelor degree in civil engineering with minimum 10 – 15 years experience as project manager with proven track record for site development and execution of Projects in heavy process industries, and large industrial projects, should have expertise in project costing, safety, specifications and cost estimates / BOQ for projects / planning & Execution of Projects.

Name of Position: Dy. Manager Project Civil 

Qualification / Experience: Having bachelor degree in civil engineering from recognized university with minimum 5-7 years experience in site development. Must have clear concept and skill for project cost and material estimation and execution of civil construction work for heavy process industries and super structure of industrial buildings. Working for the heavy process / industrial and commercial projects of repute will be preferred.

Name of Position: Quantity Surveyor (Civil) 

Must be Diploma in Civil Certified Surveyor. Should have 5-7 years experience as quantity surveyor for large industrial / commercial projects.

How to apply?

We offer an attractive salary package commensurate with excellent learning & development opportunities. Interested incumbents may send their CVs by mentioning the position latest by 10th May 2017 to the following addres
[email protected]

M/s Premier Services, an office renovation company is looking for young, energetic and self motivated Civil Engineer having PEC Registration with attractive salary package for vacant position in our Islamabad office .

  • Preference will be given to fresh graduates
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to handle multi-tasks and priorities work at site. 
  • Preference will be given to those having own bike & Command in excel. 
  • Send your C.V. at [email protected] or Contact 051-2805253

A world renowned Foreign Multinational Company Seeking Qualified Professionals for Its Pakistan Projects :

Name of Position: Civil Engineer 

  • No. of Positions: 06 
  • Qualification: BSc / MSc Civil Engineering 
  • Experience : Fresh Graduates from well known recognized universities Lahore, Bahawalpur, Rehimyar Khan, Sukkur and Hyderabad resident are preferable. 

Name of Position: Civil Engineer

  • No. of Positions; 06
  • Qualification:  BSc / MSc Civil Engineering
  • Preferable if had experience in Multinational firm specialize in Engineering, Construction, EPC contracting in Power Generation, Power Transmission & Substation Field. Minimum 5 years experience,

How to Apply? 

Desirous candidates may send their resume at

[email protected]

only short listed candidates will be contacted

The Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors ‘ Quantity Surveying Think Tank : Questioning the Future of the Profession, heard evidence that many within the construction industry thought Chartered Quantity Surveyors were: Arrogant, friendless and uncooperative. In addition they were perceived to add nothing to the construction process, failed to offer services which clients expected as standard and too few had the courage to challenge established thinking.

New Aspects of Quantity Surveying Practice

In the same year, Sir John Egan called the whole future of Quantity Surveying into question in the construction industry task force report rethinking construction and if this weren’t enough, a report by the University of Coventry entitled surveyors are ‘arrogant and lacking in interpersonal skills’.

Title of the Book

New Aspects of Quantity Surveying Practice

Author of the Book 

Duncan Cartlidge 

Content of the Book

  • The Catalyst of Change
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  • Managing value Part 2: Integrated Project Delivery 
  • Procurement – Doing Deals
  • Procurement – Doing Deals Electronically 
  • New Technology – Opportunity or Threat? Graham Castle
  • Global Markets – Making Ends Meets
  • Researching Value – Dr. Richard Laing 

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Structural health monitoring (SHM)
Civil infrastructures such as bridges, viaducts, buildings, dams etc. are valuable national assets that must be maintained to ensure public safety. In a modern society, these structures facilitate our transportation networks, industrial activities, and everyday life.

Currently, most of these infrastructures especially bridges, are either reaching their design lives or have passed their service period so they need to be replaced or retrofitted to remain in service, hence an effective structural health monitoring system is the only key to accomplish the aforementioned tasks.

Continuous evaluation of structural condition and timely maintenance of infrastructures offers the opportunity to prevent the catastrophic collapse and increase the life of structures.
Every structure deteriorates with time due to numerous reasons such as fatigue, effects of environmental conditions, damages due to aging, destructive events like earthquakes or wind-induced vibrations, and floods etc. These circumstances require routine or critical-event based assessments as a means of continuous monitoring of a structure to provide an estimate of changes in dynamic properties such as mass, stiffness and dampness etc. as a function of time and an early warning of an unsafe condition may be issued. Continuous monitoring systems allows for structural monitoring immediately after natural hazards (earthquake, flood and tornado) and man-made disasters (arson and terrorist bombing) reducing the impact of such disaster both economically and socially.

Thus, above discussion elaborates the importance and needs of health monitoring of structures that has been a concerned research topic of structural engineering in recent years.
The ultimate goal of Structural Health Monitoring is to predict the remaining life of structures e.g. bridges, viaducts or buildings etc. so that an efficient repair or replace program may be executed.
While implementing structural health monitoring techniques, its major damage identification levels are needed to be observed viz. identification of existence of damage, damage location identification, extent and type of damage and determining remaining life of structure, respectively. Many methods and instruments are present to estimate these damage identification levels like Strain gauges, inclinometers, Eccentric Mass Vibrator (EMV), Lesser Doppler Vibrometer (LDV), Integrated Accelerometer system, fiber optical sensors and Wireless sensors etc. This is very important to know that these methods or instruments are only helpful for first three damage identification levels and the last level i.e. predicting remaining life of the structures is still a great challenge and a crucial research field.
Methods that efficiently use wireless sensing devices for damage detection are either nonexistent or under development.

Wireless sensors technology is new for structures with following advantages:
·       Wire handling problems eliminates
·       Saving installation and maintenance cost
·       Reduced fabrication cost
·       Real time computational ability.

With the help of developed Wireless sensing devices local damage would be better identified which contributes to effective structural health monitoring and in assessing remaining life of the structure which is ultimate goal of the structural health assessment.

This article is an abstract of Dr. Koji IKEUCHI’s presentation who is a professor at the University of Tokyo since October 2016.
Before that, he worked at the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) till June 2016. As a civil engineer of the MLIT, He was in charge of flood control measures and management of natural disasters for many years. He became the Director General of the Water and Disaster Management Bureau in 2015 and he was the Vice Minister for Engineering Affairs of MLIT in 2016, when he left.
In this symposium, He talked about the Water-Related Disasters and Disaster Risk Management in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area.
The subject of the discussion is Water-Related Disasters and Disaster Risk Management in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. His discussion can be considered as a case study to deal with the water and flood related disasters, mitigation measures and risk management, for any metropolitan area of the world, since Tokyo, Japan is considered one of the world’s most developed city. 
He started with the outline of the flood control measures in Tokyo and told that there are four water systems in Tokyo (Arakawa River, Tone River, Tama River and Tsurumi River). He said that flood control measures in Tokyo can be classified into three types namely;
1)Measures against large rivers such as Arakawa, 2) measures against small and medium rivers such as Kanda River and 3) storm surge and earthquake countermeasure of river in the lowland areas.   
He showed the historical background of flood control countermeasures to reduce flood damage in Kanto area. He also presented the cross section of the downtown in Tokyo and said that urban areas are located lower than the flooding levels of the rivers and some part of the land is lower than the average sea level. Therefore, the downtown of Tokyo is an extremely vulnerable area against flooding and storm surge. About 1.5 million people are living here so embankment failure will cause tremendous damage. Further, he also talked about typhoons and said that every year, heavy rains due to typhoons are causing flooding damages. Aforementioned issues are critical one and needs to be addressed.
Talking about the measures against large rivers such as Arakawa, he introduced the Arakawa River and said that Arakawa is a class “A” river and managed by the national government. This river is flowing down the central part of Saitama Prefecture and the city part of Tokyo and poured into the Tokyo Bay.
Asakusa, Sumida, Kinshicho and other downtowns in Tokyo were inundated in 1910 due to Arakawa flood. Catherine typhoon in 1947 broke levee of Arakawa River at many points, and Saitama and Tokyo lowlands flooded at a large scale. This was the greatest flood after the Second World War.

Comprehensive flood control measures of Arakawa were started after the 1910 flood.

These measures includes; Linearization of river way and construction of cross levee to control flood flow at the middle part were carried out. Improvement of the confluence of three branches such as Iruma River and Construction of downstream Arakawa floodway were also done (Figure 1).

He added that the national government constructed a large-scale floodway which is 22 km long and have a width of 500 m, as a fundamental measure to protect the downtown of Tokyo from flood damage.
This Arakawa floodway is called now Arakawa River and original Arakawa is now known as Sumida River.
Construction of this flood way started in 1911 and completed in 1930. This measure increased the safety of floods in lowland areas of downstream of Arakawa which resulted in advancement of urbanization for the development of Tokyo.
He also told about Arakawa's flood control measures of 1973. The Peak flow rate of target flood is 14,800 m3/s with the probability of 1/200. Various measures were adopted to control the flood such as, construction of Arakawa No.1 retarding reservoir and Urayama Dam for flood control, construction of embankment and excavation of river to improve the flood capacity of river, and reconstruction of bridge which was disturbing flowing flood (Figure 2).

Arakawa No.1 retarding reservoir controls Flood and Supply water to urban area. Speaker shared his experience of working on the same project and he said that he was the in charge of planning and implementation team of this project at site, during its construction which started in 1980 and finished in 1996.
Arakawa No.1 reservoir is an excavated reservoir with the area of 5.8 km2 and the flood capacity of 39 million m3. This reservoir has the ability to reduce the flood flow rate up to 850 m3/s. For flood control of Arakawa, overflow dike was also lowered to allow overflow into the reservoir when the water level exceeds from a certain limit. The surface of this dike is covered with thick asphalt (about 50 cm) to prevent overflow collapse.
He conversed that even though the flood control facilities in Arakawa are in progress but still there are possibilities of flooding of same scale as it was during the Kathleen typhoon, at the location of city center of Tokyo. He described the expected damage in case of the Akabane embankment failure in case of floods. According to him, 110km2 area with papulation of 1.2 million will be inundated and death toll may rise up to 1200. About 147 km length of subway with 17 routes and 97 stations will be affected. He urged that publication and dissemination of hazard map is very important, to mitigate the disaster risks and for effective evacuation plans. MLIT personals are actively considering this fact and are trying to disseminate hazard maps to residents in various ways. Information on near real time such as radar rainfall information, river water level, flood forecast, live image etc. are transmitted through the homepage or data broadcasting on television. The timeline which is the time series action plans is very effective for accurate emergency response at the time of disaster.
The MLIT promotes the formulation of evacuation timelines and evacuation plans in municipalities and promotes implementation of evacuation drills based on these. Other non-structural measures have also been taken such as crisis management and training and strengthening emergency response system in case of disaster.
Talking about flood control measures of small and medium rivers in Tokyo, he informed that these rivers are managed by Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
He stated that in Kanogawa typhoon disaster of 1958, a lots of small and medium rivers were flooded and a wide area of downtown in Tokyo got destructed. This flood damage became the starting point of flood control measures for small and medium rivers in Tokyo. Since than Tokyo has been promoting river improvements for 46 rivers of 324 km length. A rain intensity of 50 mm per hour was considered as a targeting rainfall intensity to adopt measures against floods of small and medium rivers. He explained the Kanda river flood control measures to describe the improvements in small and medium rivers against floods. The population in the catchment area of the river was about 600,000 people and the urbanization rate was about 60%, in around 1955. But later, urbanization rapidly increased and as a result, population in 2005 was about 1.65 million people and the urbanization rate in 2003 reached about 97%. This increase in urbanization has caused the increase in outflow of the rain to the river in catchment. As urbanization progressed, the surface of the land covered with asphalt or concrete and the rain started flowing quickly in the basin and the peak flow rate of the flood became larger. Previously the rain water used to flow slowly in the basin because it used to stored in farms and natural land. This phenomenon has caused frequent flooding in Kanda River. Comprehensive flood control measures has been taken to tackle this situation namely, measures in rivers, measures in basin and non-structural measures. He said that as a measure in the river, River improvement and Construction of flood control reservoirs are implemented. And as measures in basin, retainment of the area to suppress urbanization, conversation of natural land, construction of retarding basin, construction of permeable pavement, infiltration inlet etc. have been taken. Non-structural measures include establishment of warning and evacuation system, strengthening of the flood fighting system and risk communication with residents. Figure 3 shows a schematic diagram of Comprehensive flood control measures.
He said that measures have been taken to utilize everything in the catchment area to store and infiltrate rainwater to suppress flood outflow and its peak. In river improvement, construction was done to enlarge the cross sectional area of the river. He added that construction activities were very difficult because of the very narrow spaces especially in urban areas where houses were densely located along the river way and it was difficult to widen the river width. They adopted the division canal system to mitigate flood damage and to increase the ability of water to flow by using a culvert system under the road. There are parks constructed with the function of a flood control reservoir. There is a flood control reservoirs in the shape of tunnel with an extension of 4.5 km and an inside diameter of 12.5 m under the road, and stores about 540,000 m3 of floods of the Kanda River. Figure 4 shows the above mentioned examples.
He said that at the time of Typhoon No. 16 in 2004, there was a rain of approximately the same size as the Typhoon No. 11 in 1993 which brought about a lot of flooding damage in the middle Kanda River basin but due to the effect of this reservoir and the improvement of the river, flooding damage was greatly reduced.

He delineated that in recent years, heavy rain downpour exceeding 50 mm/h have been increased and he explained that 50 mm/h is planned target rainfall. He presented the fact that most of the flood damages in recent years are caused by rainfall which exceeds from 50 mm/h. He talked about the flood damages which occurred in 2005. According to him, 8 rivers were flooded due to the torrential rains exceeding 100 mm/h and about 6000 houses were inundated. He spoke about the Effects of measures against floods targeting 50 mm/h and said that the number of inundation damaged houses in the past 30 years steadily declined with the progress of river improvement but however, in recent years, due to the frequent occurrence of rainfall exceeding 50 mm/h flood damage has been increased. He argued that in order to cope with the frequent occurrence of torrential rain of recent years, the current plan is insufficient. He introduced a new flood control policy which was formulated with goal of preventing flood damages against rain fall of 75 mm/h. He further explained that 65 mm/h rain fall is dealt by measures in rivers and sewers and in particular improvement of rivers and construction of flood control reservoirs. For the part of 10 mm/h rain fall, measures in basin are taken such as permeable pavement, infiltration inlet and infiltration gutter. He informed that measures for parts beyond 50 mm/h are accommodated by flood control reservoirs and infiltration measures (public spaces such as under the road and parks are efficiently used). In order to cope with the local concentrated torrential rain which has been increasing in recent years, several underground flood control reservoirs are connected by a tunnel and mutual utilization across the watershed. He presented the example of a regulating reservoir using a tennis court and local government school ground use, as a flood control storage (figure 5).
He said that as a measures in basin Tokyo Metropolitan Government has adopted permeable pavements while updating the pavement of the sidewalks and nowadays many sidewalks are permeable pavements in Tokyo. He also showed the infiltration facilities such as Infiltration inlet and infiltration trench (figure 6).
He added that measures such as publication and dissemination of hazard map and development of a system to provide disaster information to residents are also being promoted.

In the summary of measures against small and medium rivers he told that previously, river improvement were conducted targeting the rain of 50 mm/h and with this measure, flood damage could be reduced but however, frequent flooding happened due to the rain exceeding this limit therefore Flood control measures for 75 mm/h (65 mm/h in the suburbs and 10mm/h in basin) have been formulated. Due to the fact that it is difficult to further widen the river channels due to congestion in urban areas, construction of flood control reservoirs, Rainwater storage, Infiltration in basin and enhancement of warning and evacuation system are being advanced.
While summarizing the whole discussion he said that Tokyo has greatly developed through measures against floods, storm surges and earthquakes over the years. However, it is necessary to continue measures against flood control using all means. In his conclusion he said, “The flood control measures are investment, not cost. For sustainable development, it is indispensable to take preventive structural and non-structural measures. After a disaster, it is important not to recover to the same state as the former, but to build back better, based on lessons learned from the disaster.

Tameer Construction (PVT) Ltd. A concern of Izhar Group of Companies, dealing in diversified fields of building construction for its needs and expansion in work, is looking for following dynamic professionals as part of their team at Head Office in Lahore and for its projects at various location in Pakistan. 

1. Name of Position: Project Manager (Civil) B.E. with 15 years of relevant experience, of which minimum of 5 years should be at managerial position or DAE with minimum 20 years of relevant experience.
2. Construction manager (Civil): Dae with minimum 15 years of relevant experience. 
3. Site Engineer: DAE with minimum 5 years of relevant experience. 
4. Quantity Surveyor (Billing & Estimation) : DAE with minimum 8 years of relevant experience. 
5. Surveyor: Diploma in relevant field and minimum 5 years of experience
6. Civil Structural Draftsman
7. Civil Foreman
8. Store Incharge
Please apply in confidence to “Manager Human Resources” alongwith C.V & one passport size photographs latest by 22 April, 2017 on the following address/e-mail mentioning the post applied for on time envelope / subject. 
Tameer Construction (Pvt) Ltd. 

The joints between bricks in brick masonry are very important from aesthetic as well as structural point of view; because these joints are mostly remained rough and are a basic source through which the moisture penetrates from bottom to top of the wall.

 To make this weak point of brick masonry a strong and long lasting strength a treatment is usually done that is called pointing. Today in this post we will be dealing with what is pointing, why the pointing is done, what is the purpose, when the pointing is suitable in brick masonry and what are the different types of pointing in brick masonry. 


Final treatment with cement or lime mortar made to the joints of the masonry to provide neat appearance is termed as pointing. The joint on the face of stone or brick masonry are roughly filled in while the walls are being raised. They are after wards neatly finished off to make them water tight. 

The joints thus finished, give a better appearance to surface and prevent rain water from entering the interior of the masonry.

Purpose of Pointing

To prevent the moisture and the rain water from entering the interior of masonry through joints and to make them durable. To improve the appearance of the structure.

Suitability of Pointing

Pointing is preferred to plastering under following conditions.
1.  When a smooth and even surface is not essentially required.
2.   Where it is desirable to exhibit to view the natural beauty of the materials (bricks or stones) used in construction.
3.    When the workmen ship is neat and good.

Types of Pointing 

The selection of particular type of pointing depends upon the types of bricks or stone used and the appearance  required.

1. Flat or flush pointing

 In this pointing, the mortar is pressed  tightly and the joints are filled up and made flush with the face of the wall. This is the simplest type of pointing and is provided extensively. It is economical and durable because it requires less labor than all other pointing.  It does not afford a lodging place for dust.

2. Struck pointing

In this pointing the face of the mortar joint instead of  keeping it vertical, its upper side is kept about  12 mm inside the face of the masonry and the bottom is kept flush with the face of the wall as shown in fig 14.2.  This pointing has a better effect of throwing rain water.  This is also known as ruled pointing.  This pointing is the best in ordinary circumstances.

3. Recessed pointing

In this pointing the face of the mortar  joint is pressed inside by means of a suitable tool and is left vertical instead of being made inclined.  This pointing is provided when face work of good textured bricks with good quality mortar is used.

4. V-pointing

This type of pointing is provided by forming a v-shaped groove inside the mortar of the joint with a special tool (steel or iron jointer). This pointing is commonly recommended for brick work in case of governmental buildings.

5. Weather pointing

This is similar to V-Pointing but in this case instead of pressing a v shaped groove inside, it is provided by forming a v shaped projection outside the wall’s surface. This pointing is generally recommended for superior brick work.

6. Keyed or grooved pointing 

In this case, the joints are first filled up flush, and then a circular piece of steel or iron is pressed in and rubbed in the middle of joints. Grooved pointing has a big groove in the face than keyed.Keyed pointing gives an attractive appearance to the structure and is generally used for superior work.

7. Tuck pointing

In this pointing, the mortar joints are filled with the face of the wall. Then 6 mm wide and 3 mm deep groove is immediately and carefully formed in the centre of the joint and the groove is filled with or tucked in with white lime putty. The lime putty is given a maximum projection of 6 mm. Tuck pointing has a neat attractive appearance. But the lime putty is not durable and in due course of time becomes defective.

The access or penetration of moisture content inside a building through its walls, floors, or roof is known as DAMPNESS.

Damp rising from the soil either through the bottom or through the ground surface, adjacent to the walls. Moisture penetrating the walls as a result of rain beating on them during continued wet weather. Moisture penetrating into the building through defective construction, such as rain water pipes, leaking roofs, leaking or choked gutters, etc. 

Damp rising from the ground either because there is no damp proof course or because the existing D.P.C. has been bridged by the earth outside, being banked up to form a flower bed or any other purpose.

The continuous layer of an impervious material, which is provided in between the source of dampness and part of the structure, is called a Damp Proof Course.

Types of Damp Proof Course 

Damp proof course is of two types:


It is provided in the walls at plinth level in the form of  1 ½ in. thick layer of 1:2:4 cement concrete covered with two coat of hot bitumen or a polythene sheet or metal sheets of lead, copper or aluminum. 

It is also provided in the roofs in the form of two coats of hot bitumen, bitumen felt, mastic asphalt or sheets of polythene, lead, copper, or aluminum over the R.C.C. slab. 

Horizontal D.P.C. is also provided in floors if the sub-soil water table is high and moisture is likely to rise in the floors by seepage, added by the capillary action of the soil.


Vertical D.P.C. is mostly provided in the external walls in the form of ¾ in. thick 1:3 cement sand plaster, coated with two washings of hot bitumen. 

It is also provided to prevent the dampness into the walls of the basements from the adjacent soils.


As basements are built below ground level, these are most likely to be attacked by dampness from the soil below as well as from outside the walls. 

A typical basement section showing the damp proof courses is shown in fig

If the head of the water below the level of the floor is high, a layer of gravel 4 ½ in. thick, is laid under the bottom of concrete of floor as shown in fig

Also, gravel is filed between the walls of the basement and adjacent soil.

The gravel under the floor collects the seepage water and delivers it to the gravel outside the external walls, through the communicating pipes, buried horizontally through the concrete foundation walls. 

Drain pipes or footing drains are laid around the footing buried inside the gravel. These footing drains lead the seepage water to a natural drain, if nearby, or to a dry well. A dry well is a pit excavated in permeable soil or one having its bottom in such soil and filled with gravel or crushed rock. 

If permeable soil is not present nearby, the water is pumped out of dry wells by hand pumps or other techniques.

Applications are invited from the suitable candidates domiciled in Punjab having qualifications / experience in the relevant field as mentioned below against the post on Contract Basis

Name of Post: Assistant Director (Engg) / SDO 
No. of Posts: 16 Nos. 
Minimum Qualification: BSc. (Engg) Civil Engineering / Mechanical, Electrical from HEC recognized University Registered as Professional Engineer with PEC. 
Upper Age Limit : 25 years

Name of Posts: Assistant Director (P&D) / Private Housing Scheme 
No. of Posts: 01 
Minimum Qualfication: B.Sc. Engg / B.E. (Civil / Environmental) from HEC Recognized University 
Max. age Limit : 25 years 
Application form can be downloaded from nts.org.pk 
Candidates must submit the application forms duly filled in along with test fee of Rs. 600 /- in favour of National Testing Service (on Prescribed bank challan in any branch of UBL, MCB, HBL, or ABL) attached with application form, copy of CNIC and two recent photographs, directly to NTS through courier by 17.04.2017. 

This Civil Engineering Job is a very good job for fresh civil engineers who has just passed out and does not have any experience, just get prepared for your NTS test and you can have a chance to be appointed in a very high paying department of Punjab Government. 

Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, Cabinet Division, Government of Pakistan has opened vacancies on Regular basis as under :- 

Name of Post: Director General (Monitoring & Evaluation) PPG-4/BS-20 
No. of Posts = 1 
Qualification / Experience: Minimum B.E. / BSc Degree (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical) or MA/MSc Procurement (16 years education), at least 45 % marks or equivalent from HEC recognized University. Minimum 17 years recognized and verifiable post qualification experience in the relevant field. 
Max Age Limit: 35 – 47 years. 

Name of Position: Director (Monitoring & Evaluation) PPG-3 / BS-19
No. of Positions: 02 
Qualification / Experience: Minimum B.E / BSc degree (Civil, electrical, mechanical) or MA / MSc Procurement (16 years education), at least 45 percent marks or equivalent from HEC recognized University. Minimum 12 years recognized and verifiable post qualification experience in the relevant field. Max age : 30 -42 years

Name of Position: Deputy Director (Monitoring & Evaluation) PPG-2 / BS-18
No. of Posts: 01 
Qualification / Experience: Minimum B.E / BSc degree Civil electrical mechanical or MA/ MSc Procurement (16 years education), at least 45 % marks or equivalent from HEC recognized University. Minimum 5 years recognized and verifiable post qualification experience in the relevant field. Age: 30 -42 years. 

Application form can be downloaded from website nts.org.pk which should be submitted by post along with Deposit Slip of fee Rs. 500 /- which should be submitted by post along with Deposit Slip of fee Rs. 500 /- 
This job is a very excellent opportunity for Procurement Engineers, Civil Engineers Electrical Engineers or Mechanical Engineers. This job is for positions in Regular Basis. 

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