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Message from Ma’am Ayesha Zareen

Each year as another successful common training program ends at the Civil Services Academy, the trained bureaucrats set out to chart their post-training career. When I see these individuals, I become immensely proud of the journey they have made and the part of the wider community they have entered – the CSA Alumni.

The CSA Alumni’s extended family consists of thousands of serving and retired bureaucrats, transcending generations and geographical boundaries. Differences aside in the community, we all share common values – a commitment to service of the people and a staunch belief in access and opportunity - which unite us. This platform would serve the purpose of facilitating and reinforcing that bond among the alumni members.


Alumni Policies

  1. Any information you obtain through this portal is confidential and is not to be used for any purpose other than those approved by the Alumni Association.
  2. No part of the information you receive may be reproduced, retransmitted, distributed, published (except with permission from all those being published), or used for commercial or political purposes.
  3. Fundraising activities for nonprofits or organizations should not be planned or promoted by alumni group, nor should solicitations be made for other nonprofits or organizations using alumni’s name.
  4. Alumni groups cannot endorse any candidates for political office, make donations to any politician’s campaign, issue statements for or against any candidate, or engage in any activity that would either support or oppose any candidate for public office.
  5. All events should further the connection among the alumni members.
  6. All events must be open to all alumni regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, age, disability, or other factors irrelevant to participation.
  7. Events may be geared toward, or intentionally serve the needs of, one segment of the community but must be advertised and open community-wide.
  8. Events must support, and not conflict with, existing Alumni Association events and activities.
  1. Suhail Aamir – Director General

Mr. Suhail Aamir is a seasoned bureaucrat with diverse public sector experience. He joined civil services as an officer of the District Management Group in the 10th Common Training Program. He has worked for both Federal and Provincial governments, offering his services in different capacities. During his career in civil services spanning over thirty-six years, he held important positions from being the Secretary to the Prime Minister and Secretary Cabinet Division, Pakistan to Deputy Commissioners of various districts in Punjab.



  1. Zulfiqar Younas – Director (CTP)

Mr. Zulfiqar Younas joined Civil Services in 1993 as an officer of the 21st Common Training Program in Pakistan Custom. He is also a British Chevening Scholar and has graduated from Aston Business School, Aston University, United Kingdom with a Masters degree in Business and IT. He also holds a civil engineering degree from University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore. He has diverse experience of public finance, diplomacy, public sector reforms and capacity building through the multitude of posts he has worked at over the period of time.