Administration Wing

The Administration Wing is headed by a Senior Joint Secretary / Joint Secretary (Admin) who is assisted by two Deputy Secretaries (BS-19) , one Deputy Financial Advisor and nine Section Officers.


  1. Human Resource Management, Financial & General Administration, Coordination and Parliamentary Business of the Establishment Division.
  2. To act as Financial Advisor to the Finance Division.
  3. Administrative control of Staff Welfare Organization and Federal Employees Benevolent & Group Insurance Fund.


Career Planning-I Wing

The Career Planning Wing-I is headed by Joint Secretary (CP-I), who is assisted by Deputy Secretary (CP-I), Deputy Secretary (CP-V), Director (Personnel Documentation) and five Section Officers. There are other sections which are manned by ex-cadre officers, i-e. two D.D (PD)s,  an Assistant Director (PD), Deputy Director (IT), Data Control Officer (DCO), Network/ System Administrator, System Analyst and a Programmer.


  1. Coordination relating to Promotion Boards for promotion to BS-22, BS-21, BS-20, BS-19 and BS-18 posts of officers of Pakistan Administrative Service (PAS), Police Service of Pakistan, Secretariat Group, Office Management Group, other Occupational Groups / Service and Ex-cadre.
  2. Examination of the proposals of promotion to BS-19 posts in different Ministries / Divisions.
  3. Processing/settlement of the promotion and seniority disputes of the officers of PAS cadre.
  4. Matters relating to Service History Cards, ICP Charts and PERs of officers of APUG & issuance of posting lists etc.


Career Planning-II Wing

The Career Planning -II Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (CP-II), who is assisted by Deputy Secretary (CP-II), Deputy Secretary (CP-III), Deputy Secretary (CP-IV) and seven Section Officers.


  1. Formulation, review and implementation of promotion policy, PER policy and related procedures.

  2. Examination of the representations of officers of Occupational Groups/ Ex-Cadre (other than PAS) against deferments/Supersession for Promotion or loss of seniority.


Discipline & Litigation Wing

The Discipline & Litigation Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (D & L) who is assisted by three Deputy Secretaries (BS-19) and 10 Section Officers.


  1. Processing of disciplinary/court cases in accordance with the relevant law and rules keeping in view the time frame of each case to plug the possibility of contempt of Court and time bar limits.
  2. Defense of Litigation cases against Establishment Division in various courts and finalization of disciplinary cases of civil servants belonging to APUG.
  3. To deal with cases of disciplinary proceedings, appeals/representations, general complaints, and grant of NOC for consideration for promotion/training/retirement and for employment during LPR or within two years of retirement in respect of APUG/OMG officers.
  4. To maintain declaration of assets folders of the officers of Service Groups controlled by the Establishment Division.


Establishment Wing

The Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (E) who is assisted by two Deputy Secretaries and seven Section Officers. 


  1. Personnel administration of officers of PAS (formerly DMG), Secretariat Group, PSP and OMG.
  2. Handling of cases like re-employment, contract appointment, secondment of officers of Armed Forces against civil posts and appointment against management grades, etc.
  3. Placement of officers to various positions by matching officers’ personal attributes knowledge, skills and experience with those required for the job to facilitate decision-making and optimum utilization of the human resources.


Management Services Wing

The M.S. Wing is headed by the Additional Secretary-I of the Establishment Division who is assisted by seven Director Generals   (BS-20) and one Deputy Secretary (BS-19). There are six consultancy units each headed by a Director-General and there is one Pakistan Public Administration Research Center (PPARC) which is also headed by a Director General (BS-20). The overall structure of the Wing is as under:

Consultancy Side


To enhance efficiency and effectiveness of government organizations and to increase their productivity to ensure public convenience through consultancy services and making workable recommendations to the satisfaction of clients and to act as change agents in the public sector to make the organizations responding to the needs of the public.

To design and restructure public sector organizations keeping pace with new technological developments and changing needs of stakeholders, through demand-driven bottom up approach. Innovation, new service features, and sound professional advice, by providing its clients with the best possible service delivery system in all fields of governance.

Administrative Research Side(PPARC)


To introduce best administrative practices and to provide updated information in the form of manuals and publications and Federal Government census data for improved decision making in the Government.


Regulation Wing

The Regulation Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (R) who is assisted by two Deputy Secretaries (BS-19) and six Section Officers.


  1. Rationalization/Vetting of Recruitment Rules of all civil posts under the Federal Government and up-gradation of posts from BS-1 to BS-22.
  2. Amendment, updation, and interpretation of the Civil Servants Act, 1973, and rules made thereunder.
  3. Rendering advice on general service matters of civil servants, employees of autonomous/semi-autonomous bodies/corporations, etc. on request from Ministries/Divisions and different Wings of the Establishment Division.


Training Wing

The Training Wing is headed by Joint Secretary (T) who is assisted by two Deputy Secretaries (BS-19) and by Six Section Officers.


  1. Training needs assessment (TNA) of the civil servants and accordingly developing training & capacity building strategies.
  2. Processing and selection of officers for mandatory training programs (MCMC, SMC, NMC & NSWC).
  3. Managing administrative and financial matters of various training institutes of the Establishment Division and FPSC to facilitate them to function in a smooth manner.
  4. Allocation of Occupational Groups / Services to the CSS exam qualified officers in accordance with the prescribed quota.