Geography Of Sindh

Sindh

  S. 

No.

District Headquarters Area 

(km²)

Population  (in 2012) Density  (people/km²)    
1 Badin Badin 6,726 1,136,044 169
2 Dadu Dadu 19,070 1,688,811 89
3 Ghotki Mirpur Mathelo 6,083 970,549 160
4 Hyderabad Hyderabad 5,519 1,565,000 524
5 Jacobabad Jacobabad 5,278 1,425,572 270
6 Jamshoro Jamshoro      
Karachi (East,

West, South,

Central, Malir,

Korangi)

Karachi 3,527 13,215,631 2,795
8 Kashmore Kashmore 2,592 662,462  
255      
9 Khairpur Khairpur 15,910 1,546,587 97  
     
10 Larkana Larkana 7,423 1,927,066 260
11 Matiari Matiari 1,417 515,331 364
12 Mirpurkhas Mirpurkhas 2,925 1,569,030 536
13 Naushahro Naushahro 2,945 1,087,571 369
    Firoze Firoze      
  14 Shaheed

Benazirabad

Nawabshah 4,502 1,071,533 238
  15 Kambar

Shahdadkot

Qambar      
  16 Sanghar Sanghar 10,720 1,453,028 135
  17 Shikarpur Shikarpur      
  18 Sukkur Sukkur 2,512 890,438 350
  19 Tando Allahyar Tando Allahyar 5,165 908,373 176
  20 Tando

Muhammad Khan

Tando

Muhammad Khan

2,310 550,000 238
  21 Tharparkar Mithi 19,638 955,812 49
  22 Thatta Thatta 19,638 914,291 47
  23 Umerkot Umerkot 17,355 1,113,194 64
  24 Sujawal Sujawal 7,355 383,194 18
Sindh Province Divisions  
        Divisions Area Km2    Capital / Headquater  
1. Banbhore 10,000 Thatta  
Contains districts (Thatta , Badin , Sujawal)  
2. Hyderabad 48,670 Hyderabad  
Contains districts (Dadu , Hyderabad , Jamshoro , Matiari , Tando Allahyar , Tando Muhammad

Khan)

 
3. Karachi 3,528 Karachi  
Contains districts (South , East , West and Central Karachi , Malir , Korangi)  
4. Larkana 15,543 Larkana  
Contains districts (Jacobabad , kashmore , larkana , Qamber , Shikarpur)  
5. Mirpur khas        38,421                       Mirpur Khas  
Contains districts (Mirpur Khas , Sanghar , Tharparkar , Umerkot)  
6. Shaheed

Benazirabad

24,000 Nawabshah  
Contains districts (Naushahro Feroze , Shaheed Benazir Abad)  
7.  
Contains districts (Ghotki , Khairpur , Sukkur)

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Importance of Interview for Employers

Heads of Pakistan from 1947,Governor Generals and Presidents

Prime Ministers From 1947

Pakistan Geography

Divisions and Provinces of Pakistan

Balochistan

Punjab

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

 

Geography of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Geography of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Sr.  No. District Headquarters Area

 (km²)

Population  (1998) Density  (people/km²)
1 Abbottabad Abbottabad 1,967 880,666 448
2 Bannu Bannu 1,227 675,667 551
3 Battagram Battagram 1,301 307,278 236
4 Buner Daggar 1,865 506,048 271
5 Charsadda Charsadda 996 1,022,364 1,026
6 Chitral Chitral 14,850 318,689 21
7 Dera Ismail

Khan

Dera Ismail Khan 7,326 852,995 116
8 Hangu Hangu 1,597 614,529 385
9 Haripur Haripur 1,725 692,228 401
10 Karak Karak 3,372 430,796 128
11 Kohat Kohat 2,545 562,644 221
12 Upper Kohistan Dassu 7,492 472,570 63
13 Lakki Marwat Lakki Marwat 3,164 490,025 155
14 Lower Dir Timergara 1,582 717,649 454
15 Malakand Batkhela 952 452,291 475
16 Mansehra Mansehra 4,579 1,152,839 252
17 Mardan Mardan 1,632 1,460,100 895
18 Nowshera Nowshera 1,748 874,373 500
19 Peshawar Peshawar 1,257 2,019,118 1,606
20 Shangla Alpuri 1,586 434,563 274
21 Swabi Swabi 1,543 1,026,804 665
22 Swat Saidu Sharif 5,337 1,257,602 290
23 Tank Tank 1,679 238,216 142
24 Upper Dir Dir 3,699 575,858 156
25 Tor Ghar Tor Ghar 497 185,000 372
26 Lower Kohistan Pattan 7,492 472,570 63
Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province Divisions
    Divisions Area Km2    Capital / Headquater
1. Dera Ismail

Khan

9,005 Dera Ismail Khan
Contains districts (Dera Ismail Khan , Tank)
2. Bannu 4,391 Bannu
Contains districts (Banu , lakki Marwat)
3. Hazara 17,194 Abbottabad
Contains districts (Abbottabad , Batagram , Upper Kohistan , Lower Kohistan , Manserhra , Tor

Ghar)

4. Kohat 7,012 kohat
Contains districts (Hangu , Karak , Kohat)
5. Malakand  29, 872 Saidu Sharif
Contains districts (Buner , Chitral , Malakand , Shangla , Swat , Dir)
6. Mardan 3,046 Mardan
Contains districts (Mardan, Swabi)
7. Peshawar             4,001                         Peshawar
Contains districts (Charsadda , Nowshera , Peshawar)

 

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Importance of Interview for Employers

Heads of Pakistan from 1947,Governor Generals and Presidents

Prime Ministers From 1947

Divisions and Provinces of Pakistan

Balochistan

Punjab

Geography of Punjab most populated Province of Pakistan

Punjab

Sr.  No. District Headquarters Area 

(km²)

Population  (1998) Density  (people/km²)
1 Attock Attock 6,858 1,274,935 186
2 Bahawalnagar Bahawalnagar 8,878 2,061,447 232
3 Bahawalpur Bahawalpur 24,830 2,433,091 98
4 Bhakkar Bhakkar 8,153 1,051,456 129
5 Chakwal Chakwal 6,524 1,083,725 166
6 Chiniot Chiniot 965,124
7 Dera Ghazi Khan Dera Ghazi Khan 11,922 2,643,118 238
8 Faisalabad Faisalabad 5,856 5,429,547 927
9 Gujranwala Gujranwala 3,622 3,400,940 939
10 Gujrat Gujrat 3,192 2,048,008 642
11 Hafizabad Hafizabad 2,367 832,980 352
12 Jhang Jhang 8,809 2,834,546 322
13 Jhelum Jhelum 3,587 936,957 261
14 Kasur Kasur 4,796 1,466,000 595
15 Khanewal Khanewal 4,349 2,068,490 476
16 Khushab Khushab 6,511 1,205,460 185
17 Lahore Lahore 1,772 6,318,745 3,566
18 Layyah Layyah 6,291 1,120,951 178
19 Lodhran Lodhran 2,778 1,171,800 422
20 Mandi

Bahauddin

Mandi

Bahauddin

2,673 1,160,552 434
21 Mianwali Mianwali 5,840 1,056,620 181
22 Multan Multan 3,720 3,116,851 838
23 Muzaffargarh Muzaffargarh 8,249 2,635,903 320
24 Narowal Narowal 2,337 1,265,097 541
25 Nankana Sahib Nankana Sahib 2,960 1,410,000
26 Okara Okara 3,004 2,232,992 510
27 Pakpattan Pakpattan 2,724 1,286,680 472
28 Rahim Yar Khan Rahim Yar Khan 11,880 3,141,053 264
29 Rajanpur Rajanpur 12,319 1,103,618 90
30 Rawalpindi Rawalpindi 5,286 3,363,911 636
31 Sahiwal Sahiwal 3,201 1,843,194 576
32 Sargodha Sargodha 5,854 2,665,979 455
33 Sheikhupura Sheikhupura 15,960 2,321,029 557
34 Sialkot Sialkot 3,016 1,688,823 903
35 Toba Tek Singh Toba Tek Singh 3,252 1,621,593 499
36 Vehari Vehari 4,364 2,090,416 479
                                               Punjab Province Divisions
            Divisions                 Area Km2   Capital / Headquater
1. Bahawalpur 45,588 Bahawalpur
Contains districts  (Bahawalpur , Bahawalnagar , Rahim Yar Khan)
2. Dera Ghazi Khan 38,778 Dera Ghazi Khan
Contains districts (Dera Ghazi Khan , Layyah , Muzaffargarh , Rajanpur)
3. Faisalabad 17,917 Faisalabad
Contains districts (Chiniot , Faisalabad , Jhang , Toba Tek Singh)
4. Gujranwala 17,206 Gujranwala
Contains districts (Hafizabad , Mandi Bahauddin , Gujrat , Narowal , Sialkot , Gujranwala)
5. Lahore 16,104 Lahore
Contains districts (Kasur , Lahore , Ravi)
6. Multan 21,137 Multan
Contains districts (Khanewal , lodhran , Multan , Vehari)
7. Rawalpindi 22,255 Rawalpindi
Contains districts (Attock , Chakwal , Jhelum , Rawalpindi)
8. Sahiwal 10,302 Sahiwal
Contains districts (Sahiwal , Okara , pakpattan)
9. Sargodha 26,360 Sargodha
Contains districts (Bhakkar , khushab , Mianwali , Sargodha)

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How to Focus when studying

Importance of Interview for Employers

Heads of Pakistan from 1947,Governor Generals and Presidents

Prime Ministers From 1947

Divisions and Provinces of Pakistan

Balochistan

 

Balochistan Geography

Balochistan Geography

 

Districts, Headquaters, Area/km Population and Density of Province Balochistan.

Sr.  No. District Headquarters Area

 (km²)

Population

      (1998)

Density  (people/km²)
1 Awaran Awaran 12,510 118,173 4
2 Barkhan Barkhan 3,514 103,545 29
3 Kachhi (Bolan) Dhadar 7,499 288,056 38
4 Chagai Chagai 44,748 300,000 7
5 Dera Bugti Dera Bugti 10,160 181,310 18
6 Gwadar Gwadar 12,637 185,498 15
7 Harnai Harnai 4,096 140,000 19
8 Jafarabad Jafarabad 2,445 432,817 177
9 Jhal Magsi Jhal Magsi 3,615 109,941 30
10 Kalat Kalat 6,622 237,834 36
11 Kech (Turbat) Turbat 22,539 413,204 18
12 Kharan Kharan 8958 132,500 4
13 Kohlu Kohlu 7,610 99,846 13
14 Khuzdar Khuzdar 35,380 417,466 12
15 Killa Abdullah Killa

Abdullah

3,293 370,269 112
16 Killa Saifullah Killa Saifullah 6,831 193,553 28
17 Lasbela Lasbela 15,153 312,695 21
18 Loralai Loralai 9,830 295,555 30
19 Mastung Mastung 5,896 179,784 30
20 Musakhel Musakhel

(Bazar)

5,728 134,056 23
21 Nasirabad Dera Murad Jamali 3,387 245,894 73
22 Nushki Nushki 5,797 137,500 23
23 Panjgur Panjgur 16,891 234,051 14
24 Pishin Pishin 7,819 367,183 47
25 Quetta Quetta 2,653 744,802 281
26 Sherani Sherani
27 Sibi Sibi 7,796 180,398 23
28 Washuk Washuk 29,510 118,171 4.0
29 Zhob Zhob 20,297 275,142 14
30 Ziarat Ziarat 1,489 33,340 22
31 Lehri 

(not on the map

Bakhtiarabad 9,830 295,555 30
32 Sohbatpur

(not on the map)

Sohbatpur 7,796 180,398 23
                                      Balochistan Province Divisions
        Divisions Area Km2   Capital / Headquater
1. Quetta  64,310 Quetta
Contains districts (Quetta , killa Abdullah , Nushki , Pishin , Chagai)
2. Makran                52,067                       Turbat
Contains districts    (Gwadar , Kech , Panjgur)
3. Kalat 140,612 Khuzdar
Contains districts (Awaran , kalat , Kharan , Lesbela , Washuk , Khuzdar , Mastung)
4. Naseerabad 16,946 Der Murad Jamali
Contains districts (Kachhi , Jhal magsi , Nasirabad , Jaffarabad , Sohbatpur , Lehri)
5. Zhob 46,200 Loralai
Contains districts (Barkhan , Killa Saifullah , Musakhel , Loralai , Sherani , Zhob)
6. Sibi 27,055 Sibi
Contains districts (Kohlu , Dera Bugti , Sibi , Ziarat , Harnai)

 

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Divisions and Provinces of Pakistan

Provinces of Pakistan

Total Area of Pakistan: 796,095 sq km land: 770,875 sq km water: 25,220 sq km

Sr.

NO.

Subdivision Districs Area

 (km²)

Population  (1998) Density 

           (people/km²)

1 Balochistan 32 347,190 6,566,000 18.9
2 Khyber

Pakhtunkhwa

26 74 521 17,744,000 238.1
3 Punjab 36 205,345 73,621,000 358.52
4 Sindh 24 140,914 30,440,000 216.02
5 Islamabad Capital Territory 1 906 805,000 880.8
6 Federally

Administered

Tribal Areas

7 tribal agencies and 6 frontier regions 27,220 3,176,000 116.7
7 Azad Jammu & Kashmir 10 13,297 2,972,500 258
8 Gilgit Baltistan 10 72,971 35,00,000  

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List of prime ministers of Pakistan

1. Liaquat Ali Khan (1896 – 1951)
☆In Office: 14 August 1947 – 16 October 1951
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Muslim League
☆Total Duration: 4 Years, 2 Months, 2 Days

2. Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin (1894 – 1964)
   ▪In Office: 17 October 1951 – 17 April 1953
   ▪
Status: Elected Democratically
   ▪Political Party: Muslim League
   ▪Total Duration: 2 Years Exactly

3. Mohammad Ali Bogra (1909 – 1963)
-In Office: 17 April 1953 – 12 August 1955
-Status: Elected Democratically
-Political Party: Muslim League
-Total Duration: 2 Years, 2 Months, 26 Days

4. Chaudhry Mohammad Ali (1905 – 1980)
¤In Office: 12 August 1955 – 12 September 1956
¤Status: Elected Democratically
¤Political Party: Muslim League
¤Total Duration: 1 Year, 1 Month Exactly

5. Husain Shaheed Suhrawardy (1892 – 1963)
•In Office: 12 September 1956 – 17 October 1957
•Status: Elected Democractically
•Political Party: Awami League
•Total Duration: 1 Year, 1 Month, 5 Days

6. Ibraheem Ismaeel Chundrigar (1898 – 1968)
☆In Office: 17 October 1957 – 16 December 1957
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Muslim League
☆Total Duration: 1 Month, 29 Days

7. Sir Feroz Khan Noon (1893 – 1970)
☆In Office: 16 December 1957 – 7 October 1958
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Republican Party
☆Total Duration: 9 Months, 21 Days
☆Post Abolished: 7 October 1958 – 7 December 1971
☆Total Duration Of Abolishment: 13 Years, 2 Months Exactly

8. Noor ul Ameen (1893 – 1974)
☆In Office: 7 December 1971 – 20 December 1971
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League
☆Total Duration: 13 Days Only
☆Post Abolished: 20 December 1971 – 14 August 1973
☆Total Duration Of Abolishment: 1 Year, 7 Months, 25 Days

9. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (1928 – 1979)
☆In Office: 14 August 1973 – 5 July 1977
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
☆Total Duration: 3 Years, 10 Months, 21 Days
☆Post Abolished: 5 July 1977 – Martial Law declared.
☆Total Duration of Abolishment: 7 Years, 8 Months, 19 Days

10. Mohammad Khan Junejo (1932 – 1993)
☆In Office: 24 March 1985 – 29 May 1988
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Independent; Pakistan Muslim League
☆Total Duration: 3 Years, 2 Months, 5 Days
☆Post Abolished: 29 May 1988 – 2 December 1988
☆Total Duration Of Abolishment: 6 Months, 3 Days

11. Benazeer Bhutto (1953 – 2007)
☆In Office: 2 December 1988 – 6 August 1990
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
☆Total Duration: 1 Year, 8 Months, 4 Days

12. Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi (1931 – 2009)
☆In Office: 6 August 1990 – 6 November 1990
☆Status: Caretaker/Acting
☆Political Party: None
☆Total Duration: 3 Months Exactly

13. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef (Born 1949)
☆In Office: 6 November 1990 – 18 April 1993
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N), Islami Jamhoori Ittehad *Changed Later*
☆Total Duration: 2 Years, 5 Months, 12 Days

14. Balakh Sher Mazari (Born 1928)
☆In Office: 18 April 1993 – 26 May 1993
☆Status: Caretaker/Acting
☆Political Party: None
☆Total Duration: 1 Month, 8 Days

15. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef 
☆In Office: 26 May 1993 – 18 July 1993
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N)
☆Total Duration: 1 Month, 22 Days

16. Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi (Born 1930)
☆In Office: 18 July 1993 – 19 October 1993
☆Status: Caretaker/Acting
☆Political Party: None
☆Total Duration: 3 Months, 1 Day Exactly

17. Benazeer Bhutto 
☆In Office: 19 October 1993 – 5 November 1996
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
☆Total Duration: 3 Years, 17 Days

18. Malik Meraj Khalid (1916 – 2003)
☆In Office: 5 November 1996 – 17 February 1997
☆Status: Caretaker/Acting
☆Political Party: None
☆Total Duration: 3 Months, 12 Days

19. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef 
☆In Office: 17 February 1997 – 12 October 1999
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N)
☆Total Duration: 2 Years, 7 Months, 23 Days
☆Post Abolished: 12 October 1999 – 20 November 2002
☆Total Duration Of Abolishment: 3 Years, 1 Month, 8 Days

20. Zafarullah Khan Jamali (Born 1944)
☆In Office: 21 November 2002 – 26 June 2004
☆Status: Acting/Appointed by the President
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
☆Total Duration: 1 Year, 7 Months, 5 Days

21. Chaudhry Shujaat Husain (Born 1946)
☆In Office: 30 June 2004 – 20 August 2004
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
☆Total Duration: 1 Month, 21 Days

22. Shaukat Aziz (Born 1949)
☆In Office: 20 August 2004 – 16 November 2007
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
☆Total Duration: 3 Years, 2 Months, 27 Days

23. Mohammad Mian Soomro (Born 1950)
☆In Office: 16 November 2007 – 25 March 2008
☆Status: Caretaker/Acting
☆Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
☆Total Duration: 4 Months, 9 Days

24. Yousaf Raza Geelani (Born 1952)
☆In Office: 25 March 2008 – 19 June 2012
☆Status: Elected Democratically
☆Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
☆Total Duration: 4 Years, 2 Months, 25 Days

25. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf (1950)
    ▪In Office: 22 June 2012 – 25 March 2013
    ▪Status: Assumed Prime Minister’s Role When His Predecessor, Yousuf Raza Geelani Was       Disqualified By The Supreme Court Of Pakistan 
    ▪
On Contempt Of Court Charges.
    ▪Political Party: Pakistan People’s Party
    ▪Total Duration: 9 Months, 3 Days

26.  Meer Hazaar Khan Khoso (1929)
☆In Office: 25 March 2013 – 4 June 2013
☆Status: Caretaker Prime Minister.
☆Political Party: Independent
☆Total Duration: 2 Months, 10 Days

27. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef (1949)
☆In Office: 5 June 2013 – 28 July 2017
☆Status: Elected Prime Minister.
☆Political Party: Muslim League (N)
☆Total Duration: 4 years, 1 month, 23 days

28. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (1958)
☆In Office: 1 August 2017 – Continued
☆Status: Caretaker Prime Minister.
☆Political Party: Muslim League (N)
☆Total Duration: Parliament Elected As The PM And To Serve a 50-Day Period.

29.  Nasirul Mulk  (1950)

  • Status : Care Taker Prime Minister
  • Political Party : Independent
  • Total Duration  : 1st June 2018 – till dated.

30. Imran Khan (2018)

In Office 18th August 2018

Status: Elected Prime Minister

Political Party: Tehreek e Insaf

 

SOME INTERESTING FACTS about Prime Ministers Of Pakistan 
  • Longest Time Served By a Prime Minister: Yousuf Raza Geelani (4 Years, 2 Months, 25 Days). Previously, Liaquat Ali Khan Served The Longest Time As Prime Minister (4 Years, 2 Months, 2 Days).
  • After Aggregating Mohammad Nawaz Shareef’s Three Terms, His Duration Totals Up To 4 Years, 13 Months And 57 Days Or 5 Years, 2 Month And 27 Days.
  • After Aggregating Benazeer Bhutto’s Two Terms, Her Duration Totals Up To 4 Years, 8 Months And 21 Days. Thus Both Mohammad Nawaz Shareef And Benazeer Bhutto Are The Longest Non-Consecutively Serving Prime Ministers.
  • Shortest Time Served By a Prime Minister: Noor ul Ameen (13 Days) During 1971 Bangladesh-Pakistan War
  • Political Party Having The Most Number Of Serving Prime Ministers: 5 From Muslim League.
  • Total Duration of Prime Ministers From Muslim League: 9 Years, 6 Months, 57 Days Or In Aggregation 9 Years, 7 Months, 27 Days.
  • Total Duration Of Democratic Prime Ministers: 30 Years, 51 Months, 254 Days Or In Aggregation 34 Years, 11 Months, 14 Days.
  • Number Of Times Prime Minister’s Post Abolished: 5 Times
  • Total Duration Of The Post Abolishment: 24 Years, 24 Months, 53 Days Or In Aggregation 26 Years, 1 Month, 23 Days.
  • Longest Post Abolishment Period: 13 Years, 2 Months During Zia-ul-Haq’s Dictatorship.
  • Shortest Post Abolishment Period: 6 Months, 3 Days After The Death Of Zia-ul-Haq.
  • Number Of Times Caretakers Came: 7 Times
  • Longest Time Served By a Caretaker: Mohammad Meean Soomro (4 Months, 9 Days)
  • Shortest Time Served by a Caretaker: Balakh Sher Mazari (1 Month, 8 Days)
  • Total Duration Of Caretakers’ Terms: 18 Months, 10 Days Or In Aggregation 1 Year, 6 Months And 10 days.

Pakistan had seen 4 Military coup (Martial Law) era and current on-going democratic governments has completed 10 years (2 Tenures) since 2008 till 2018 – after the upcoming General Elections in Pakistan 30th Prime Minister will take the charge of Prime Minister Office.

Pakistan Zindabad ! 

list of presidents of pakistan

Governor Generals (until 1956)/ Presidents thereafter.
 
Governor Generals
 
1. Quaid e Azam 14/8/9147 to 11/9/1948
 (Governor General )

2. Khawaja Nazimuddin 14/9/1948 to 17/10/1951 
(Governor General )

3. Ghulam Mohammed. 17/10/1951 to 6/10/1955 
(Governor General  ) 
 
Presidents
4. Iskandar Mirza 6/10/1955 to 23/3/1956.
 President until 27/10/1958

5. FM Ayub Khan 27/10/1958 to 25/3/1969

6. Yahya Khan 25/3/1969 to 20/12/1971

7. ZA Bhutto 20/12/1971 to 13/8/1973

8. Fazal Elahi Chaudhry 13/18/1973 to 16/9/1978

9. Gen Zia ul Haq 16/9/1978 to 17/8/1988

10. Ghulam Ishaq Khan 17/8/1988 to 18/7/1993

11. Wasim Sajjad 18/7/1993 to 14/9/1993 ( acting)

12. Farooq Leghari 14/9/193 to 2/12 /1997

13. Waseem Sajjad 2/12/19917 to 1/1/ 1998 ( acting)

14. Rafiq Tarrar 1/1/1998 to 20/6 /2001
 
15. Pervaiz  Musharraf     20/6/2001 to 18/10/2008

16. M.M. Soomro 18/10/2008 to 9/9/ 2008 ( acting) 
 
17. Asif Zardari 9/9/2008 to 9 September 2013

18-Mamnoon Hussain

9 September 2013 to Present.

List of Presidents of Pakistan 19562008 Latest

2.Importance of Interview for Employers

1. Information about job-seeking candidate

In an interview, the employer can collect complete information about the job-seeking candidate. Interview collects information about the candidate’s cultural and educational background, work experience, intelligence quotient, communication skills, personality type, interests, social behavior, etc.

2. Supplements the application blank

Due to some limitations, the job-seeking candidate cannot give his full information or details in the Application Blank for employment. However, an interviewer can collect additional relevant information of the candidate by scheduling a personal meeting with him. During meeting, interview process helps an interviewer to collect that information which is currently not available in the Application Blank. Thus, an interview supplements the Application Blank by collecting and verifying some missing information of the candidate.

3. Interview helps to select a right person

In an interview, the interviewer can see and talk to the candidates. So he can make a correct decision, whether to select or reject the candidate. Personal interview is the best method of selecting the right person for the right post.

 

4. Interview collects useful information

In an interview, the candidates discuss about their past work experiences, achievements, research works, etc. Interview helps an employer to collect a lot of useful information from different candidates. The employer can use this collected information to solve problems of his firm and improve efficiency.

5. Good interview increases goodwill

An interview is a public-relation tool. So, it should be conducted properly in a friendly and fearless environment. The candidates being interviewed should be treated with dignity and respect. Whether the candidate is selected or rejected, he / she should feel happy about the employer. This will boost the image of the employer. So, a good interview session always increases the goodwill of the employer.

6. Helps in promotions and transfers

A personal interview also helps an employer to evaluate his staff for promotions, transfers,

etc.

1.How to Focus when studying

  1. Set your study space.

  The place your study should be away from distractions, such as TV, and in quite place where others in the family don‘t sit and talk or move around. Make sure the lighting is good and table and chair are comfortable. Remove clutter (پریشانی  ,شور) a cluttered desk can make your mind cluttered too. So avoid having everything ……all the books that you have ever used in school ….on the table. Just keep those book‘s you will need that day, according to what have you planed to study.

Do not study on your bed….. It‘s meant for relaxing and sleeping and that‘s the message yours brain if you sit and study on it.

  1. Organize your study spot.

   Have everything you need to study with you….. All books and stationeries should be within your reach. If you get up to something, you will lose focus.

  1. Turn it off.

Turn off electronic devices like computers, cell phones and other gadgets. Only use your computer if you need it for your studies, otherwise you will be tempted to stray and start browsing. Even if it is for a few minutes, it will shift your focus away. Did you know that there are self Restraint, Self-control and think that can keep you away from the websites and software that are the difficult to resist. If you can, block facebook, at least for a few hours, not for days.

  1. Clarify objectives.

Know how much syllabus have to cover and in how much time, Go thought the exam syllabus and truthfully decide which subjects need more attention, may be because of the lengthy course or because it is difficult and requires a lot of learning. Then set objectives that should included how much time you will give to which subject, which topics you will do in which order and makes sure there is time for revision.

Once you have set a clear goal, you will be in a better position to focus on it and attain it.

  1. Tackle the difficult part first.

Your power of concentration is higher in the beginning of your study session. Do the most critical and challenging topics and first then move on to the easier ones. If you do the easier tasks first, you will be thinking and stressing about the harder ones the whole time, reducing your productivity and ability to focus.

Sometime the least desirable part of an assignment may be time consuming and it could drain/kill all your available time. So try to limit your time and self-supervise to move on to easier matters, if absolutely necessary.

  1. Break it up.

Study for say one hour then take a five minute break. This will help your brain recharge. But don‘t over-do the brake. The brake can mean anything moving around, having a little snack, or just closing your eyes and relaxing.

  1. Give in to temptation.

  You can your break in a useful way by giving in to the temptation that is really making you lose focus while studying.  And by ‗temptation‘ I mean things like Face book, messages, phone, etc. just get it out of your system so that you can relax and get back to studying without your mind wondering  if your friends messaged you or not.

I know this is just the opposite of what I advocated earlier, but let‘s be practical, social media and phone addition are really distracting and cannot be controlled in a day. So rather than wasting hours wondering about them while you should be focusing on learning check them out and kick out thoughts to concentrate on the next study session. Ultimately you‘ll be able to get more done. But this step should only be flowed when blocking yourself from these distractions is not working.

  1. Follow your body clock.

There are certain times of the day when all of us are super-charged and when we are low. It‘s due to our body clock that has its own way of working and different people have different peak energy times. Some people learn best early in the morning and can‘t keep their eyes late in the night, in fact all night. Whichever is yours, listen to your body and study during that time.

  1. Sleep well.

You need to have enough sleep each day. No concentration tips and tricks are going to work on a tired body and mind.

  1. Eat well.

If you eat healthy, your mind will be healthy too. Fruits, vegetables and dairy products will keep your energy level up and make you fit for any task.

I hope these tips will help you study better for your upcoming exams and will get really good grades.