میرے چاروں طرف افق ہے جو ایک پردہء سیمیں کی طرح فضائے بسیط میں پھیلا ہوا ہے،واقعات مستقبل کے افق سے نمودار ہو کر ماضی کے افق میں چلے جاتے ہیں،لیکن گم نہیں ہوتے،موقع محل،اسے واپس تحت الشعور سے شعور میں لے آتا ہے، شعور انسانی افق ہے،جس سے جھانک کر وہ مستقبل کےآئینہ ادراک میں دیکھتا ہے ۔
دوستو ! اُفق کے پار سب دیکھتے ہیں ۔ لیکن توجہ نہیں دیتے۔ آپ کی توجہ مبذول کروانے کے لئے "اُفق کے پار" یا میرے دیگر بلاگ کے،جملہ حقوق محفوظ نہیں ۔ پوسٹ ہونے کے بعد یہ آپ کے ہوئے ، آپ انہیں کہیں بھی کاپی پیسٹ کر سکتے ہیں ، کسی اجازت کی ضرورت نہیں !( مہاجرزادہ)

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ہفتہ، 18 جنوری، 2014

CIVIL & MILITARY AWARDS & MEDALS




CIVIL & MILITARY AWARDS & MEDALS
The CIVIL & Military Awards & Medals, in addition, campaign and commemorative medals for special occasions are instituted as and when necessary, Awards issued by Royal Indian British Govt, prior to 15 August 1947, will be governed by the rules applicable to them.
A military decoration is an award, usually a medal of some sort, given to an individual as a distinctively designed mark of honor denoting heroism, or meritorious or outstanding service or achievement. While military awards and medals are not considered as "decorations". The “decorations” are added in the name of individual conferred with it eg
Civil decorations awarded to military personnel should not be considered military decorations, although some orders of chivalry have civil and military divisions. Decorations received by police and fire brigade personnel may sometimes be considered alongside military decorations, on which they may be modelled, although they are strictly not military awards.

OPERATIONAL AWARDS

These awards are conferrable on living persons and also posthumously on those killed whilst performing gallant act or who die subsequent to performing such acts for which had they lived, they would have been eligible for the award. In such cases the awards are given to the recipient’s nearest relative.
The qualifications and conditions for each award are given in the subsequent rules.
     Nishan-i-Haider.       
    Hilal-i-Jur’at.            
    Sitara-i-Jur’at.          
    Tamgha-i-Jur’at.           
     Bars


Nishan-i-Haider
Only those members of the Armed Forces, the Frontier Corps and the Frontier Constabulary when serving under the Federal Government, who have performed acts of greatest heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger, and have shown bravery of the highest order, or devotion to the country in the presence of the enemy on land, at sea or in the air, shall be eligible for this award. This award is conferrable on all ranks. The recipient of this Award has the privilege of adding letters ‘NH’ after his name.

Hilal-i-Jur’at

This award is conferrable on officers only, for acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty, performed on land, at sea or in the air in the face of the enemy. The recipient has the privilege to add the letters “HJ” after his name.

Sitara-i-Jur’at
Officers, Junior Commissioned Officers of the Army, the Frontier Corps and the Frontier Constabulary when serving under the Federal Government, Chief Petty Officers of the Navy and Flight Sergeants of the Air Force are eligible for this award, for gallantry and distinguished services performed in combat. The recipient is entitled to add the letters ‘SJ’ after his name.

Tamgha-i-Jur’at
Only non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the three Services, the Frontier Corps, Frontier Constabulary and Pakistan Rangers when serving under the Federal Government, are eligible for this award, for gallantry and distinguished services performed in combat.  The recipient has the privilege of adding the letters ‘TJ’ after his name.

Imtiazi SanadAll members of the Armed Forces and civil armed forces who are mentioned in the dispatches of the Chief of the Army Staff for gallantry not qualifying for a gallantry award, or for distinguished services, shall become eligible for ‘Imtiazi Sanad’



NON-OPERATIONAL AWARDS
All non-operational awards referred to in Rule 634, except Sitara-i-Basalat and Tamgha-i-Basalat, are not conferrable posthumously. The conditions for each award are given in the subsequent rules. Bar is awardable only to “Sitara-i-Basalat and Tamgha-i-Basalat. Sitara-i-Basalat and Tamgha-i-Basalat are conferrable to members of the three Armed Services, the Frontier Corps, the Frontier Constabulary and the Pakistan Rangers when serving under the Federal government for acts of valour, courage and devotion to duty, though not on active operations against the enemy.


    Sitara-i-Basalat.                                            
    Tamgha-i-Basalat.                        
    Tamgha-i-Khidmat Class I.     
    Tamgha-i-Khidmat Class II.    
    Tamgha-i-Khidmat Class III.   
                                                        

Sitara-i-Basalat
The recipient of Sitara-i-Basalat  has the privilege of adding the letters ‘S Bt’ as the case may be after his name.

Tamgha-i-Basalat
The recipient of Tamgha-i-Basalat has the privilege of adding the letters “T Bt” as the case may be after his name.


Tamgha-i-Khidmat
The medal of services, honour given by the Government of Pakistan to both the military(non commissioned officers other ranks) and civilians, for long meritorious or distinguished services of a non-operational nature.

It is awardable by Classes as given below, to Junior Commissioned Officers of the Army, the Frontier Corps and Frontier Constabulary when serving under the Federal Government, Chief Petty Officers of the Navy and the Flight Sergeants of the air Force as well as to Non-Commissioned Officers, Soldiers and Non-Combatants (Enrolled) of the Army or equivalent ranks of the navy and Air Force and the Frontier Corps and the Frontier Constabulary, who have rendered long meritorious or distinguished service of a non-operational nature:

Class I
The aforementioned categories of personnel above, non commissioned rank, holders of the Class II of this Award or the OBI (Order of the British Imperial)- 2nd Class serving on the active list, who are recommended for promotion to Class I.

Class II
To the personnel mentioned in above, who are not already holders of OBI 2nd class.

Class III

To Non-Commissioned Officers, Soldiers and Non-Combatants (Enrolled). Those Junior Commissioned Officers/Soldierss, who qualify for any medal/decoration, while in service, but proceed on retirement before its actual institution and should have fallen within the selection zone for the grant of TK(Mil) if given the benefit of marks for such medal/ decoration, while in service, may be awarded TK (Mil) from the vacancies available on the notification date occurring immediately after the institution of such medal/ decoration.


CIVIL-MILITARY AWARDS


Nishan-e-Imtiaz         

Hilal-i-Imtiaz              

The Sitara-i-Imtiaz     

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz        

Tamgha-i-Khidmat     

Nishan-e-Imtiaz

The state organized civil decorations of State of Pakistan.  It is the highest honour — along with comparable to optimum award Nishan-e-Pakistan — given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements that caused the world recognition for Pakistan or/ done an outstanding service for the country. The award is not limited to citizens of Pakistan and, while it is a civilian award, it can also be awarded to military personnel and worn on the uniform.
The award was established in March 19, 1957, following the proclamation of State of Pakistan as Parliamentary republic, by the 1956 Constitution. The award is a top and prestigious decoration in the country. It is given to a person who has accomplished duty beyond what is assigned to him/her. To receive this honour, the individuals are must understand the fact, that just accomplishing routine duty is not the criterion for the award. The person has to show eminence and be outstanding in providing excellent service in a significant field of activity. It means that he/she has to prove that he/she has achieved distinction.

Hilal-i-Imtiaz

 

 
The second highest civilian award and honour given to both civilians and military officers of the Pakistan armed forces by the Government of Pakistan. It recognises individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors". It is a civilian award, and not limited to the citizens of Pakistan.
The honour is restricted to individuals who have made outstanding contributions in their fields that led to international recognition to the State. It is awarded in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, and science for civilians.
Sitara-i-Imtiaz
 

The third highest honour and civilian award in the State of Pakistan. It recognizes individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors"

 


Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

The fourth highest honour and civilian award in the State of Pakistan. It recognizes individuals who have made an "especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of Pakistan, world peace, cultural or other significant public endeavors"


Tamgha-i-Khidmat  (تمغہءخدمت),

which translates as the medal of services, honour given by the Government of Pakistan to both the military(non commissioned officers other ranks) and civilians, for long meritorious or distinguished services of a non-operational nature.

CAMPAIGN / WAR MEDALS

TAMGHA-I-DIFA Kashmir-1948, Dir-Bajur-1960-62, Kashmir-1964-65, Run of Kach-1965, 

TAMGHA-I-JANG 1965

SITARA-I-HARB 1965
Tamgha-I-Jang 1971


SITARA-I-HARB 1971

TAMGHA-I-DIFA – Siachen
 
Clasp – Siachen

Strip – Serious War wounded (Red)

Strip- War wounded  (Yellow)


IMTIAZI SANAD


SERVICE MEDALS
10 years Service

20 years Service
30 years Service

40 years Service




COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

PAKISTAN MEDAL 1947
 
TAMGHA-I-SAD SAALA JASHAN-I-WILADAT-I-QUAID-I-AZAM
 
REPUBLIC COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL
 
HIJRI MEDAL
 
DEMOCRACY MEDAL
 
PAKISTAN RESOLUTION DAY -  GOLDEN JUBILEE MEDAL 1990
PAKISTAN INDEPENDENCE DAY GOLDEN JUBILEE MEDAL 1997
TAMGHA-I-BAQA










Nishan-i-Haider of PAKISTAN
Captain Mohammad Sarwar,
r,Punjab Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 27th July 1948

Naik Saif Ali Janjua,
Azad Kashmir Regiment (Was awarded Hilal-e-Kashmir - an equivalent to Nishan-i-Haider)
Date of Shahadat : 26th April 1948

Major Tufail Mohammad,
Punjab Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 7th August 1958

Major Raja Aziz Bhatti,
Punjab Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 12th September 1965

Pilot Officer Rashid Minhas,
Pakistan Air Force
Date of Shahadat : 20th August 1971

Major Shabbir Sharif,
Frontier Force Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 7th December 1971

Sowar Mohammad Hussain,
Armoured Corps
Date of Shahadat : 10th December 1971

Major Mohammad Akram,
Frontier Force Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 15th December 1971

Lance Naik Mohammad Mahfuz,
Punjab Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 17th December 1971

Captain Karnal Sher Khan,
Sind Regiment
Date of Shahadat : 7th July 1999

Havildar Lalak Jan,
Northern Light Infantry
Date of Shahadat : 7th July 1999




خیال رہے کہ "اُفق کے پار" یا میرے دیگر بلاگ کے،جملہ حقوق محفوظ نہیں ۔ !

افق کے پار
دیکھنے والوں کو اگر میرا یہ مضمون پسند آئے تو دوستوں کو بھی بتائیے ۔ اگر آپ کو شوق ہے کہ زیادہ لوگ آپ کو پڑھیں تو اپنا بلاگ بنائیں ۔