Rules & Regulations
Sublimity in administration ineluctably demands farsightedness, administrative acumen, and financial proficiency. The acquisition of the office of a district administrator is a sacred trust, the just execution of which demands undivided attention, relentless effort, and impregnable integrity. As district administrator of Mardan, I and my team believe, most firmly, that it is our fiduciary obligation to take care of, and provide for, sundry needs of the citizenry, whilst abiding by the canons of conscientious duty. Devoted to the end of excellence in public service delivery, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Mardan, assisted by its resolutely committed officers, continues to work around the clock to sustain harmony and efficiency in administration within the district.
Seeing the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Mardan, as an emblem of the provincial government, the people of Mardan look towards it for an escape from their grievances, attributing to it the capacity to resolve all of their worries. In awareness of the expectations resting within popular consciousness, the limitation of the resources at its command notwithstanding, the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Mardan, leaves no stone unturned to keep alive the faith of the people of Mardan in the abilities of the provincial government. I can affirm with great pride that, very often, the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Mardan, succeeds in surpassing even the extent of the call of duty, and helps all and sundry, regardless of class and creed.
By the grace of Almighty Allah, in the year 2016, the Provincial Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa declared the District Administration, Mardan, as one of the most efficient and effective district administrations of the province. Contributing to this declaration was the spirit of creative innovation defining initiatives of the Administrative officers of Mardan, unprecedented in history of governmental activity in the province. To these initiatives belong, among others: ‘Home Service Delivery of Domiciles’ and ‘First Interaction of the Youth with Government: A Proactive Approach’.
The report which follows is a humble endeavor to give to its reader an insight into the multiplicity of functions performed by the District Administration, Mardan. I wish that its reading will fill you with pleasure. Lastly, I earnestly request you for your infinitely valuable feedback.