Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

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Tamgha-e-Imtiaz
Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Medal of Excellence).jpeg
Awarded by the Sovereign or President of Pakistan, on the advice of the Government
Type Award
Eligibility Pakistani or Foreign citizen
Awarded for The highest degree of service to the state, and for services to international diplomacy.
Status Currently constituted
Sovereign President of Pakistan
Sovereign Prime minister of Pakistan
Statistics
First induction 19 March 1957
Precedence
Next (higher) Sitara-i-Imtiaz
Medal of Excellence Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.png
Ribbon: military (only)

Tamgha-i-Imtiaz[1] (Urdu: تمغہ امتیاز‎), (English: Medal of Excellence), is a state organised honour of State of Pakistan. It is the fourth-highest decoration given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements. While it is a civilian award, it can also be bestowed upon military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces and worn on one's uniform. The award is not limited to the citizens of Pakistan, and can be awarded to foreign citizens who have performed great service to Pakistan.

Recipients

  • Lt Col Syed Athar Hussain (2018)
  • Lt-Col Tanweer Malik
  • Commander Riaz Mahmud
  • Lt-Col Muhammad Jamil
  • Commander Taimoor Saleh
  • Lt-Col Azfar Bilal Qureshi TI(military), (Artillery)
  • Lt-Col Muhammad Aurangzeb (Psychologist)
  • Lt-Col Kamran Hayat
  • Lt-Col Amer Ajmal
  • Lt-Col Emmad Ud Deen Qutab Shahi
  • Lt-Col Mohammad Ayub Khan
  • Commodore Dildar Ahmed
  • Major Saifullah Randhawa
  • Air Cdre Altaf Ahmed Toor
  • Gp Capt. Arif Bilal Taseer
  • Cdr Syed Aliya Hasan
  • Lt-Col Syed Asghar Ali Shah
  • Wg. Cdr M. Asif Iqbal
  • Lt-Col Ishrat Mehmood
  • Lt-Col Muhammad Saeed
  • Air Commodore Syed Shabbir Hussain Rizvi
  • Lt. Col. Syed Muhammad Salman Ali
  • Commander Farrukh Nadeem
  • Commander Faisal Azeem Siddique
  • Captain Misbah ul Amin
  • Lt-Col Asim Pervez Chowdhury
  • LT-Col Ijaz Khalid
  • Lt-Col Waqar Ahmed Khan
  • Commander Faraz Farooq Herekar
  • Lt Col Nasir Amin, FF
  • Lt-Col Syed Naseem Mahmud
  • Lt-Col Zahid Mehmood Abbasi
  • Air Chief Marshal Kaleem
  • Lt-Col Maqsood Ahmed Khan
  • Lt-Col Muhammad Amanullah Khan Raja
  • Lt-Col Sahibzada Anees Ahmed Khan
  • Lt-Col Muhammad Tayyab
  • Lt-Col Nisar Ahmed Choudhary
  • Vice Admiral Asaf Humayun
  • Commodore Nazar Muhammad Sabir
  • Group Captain Syed Fayyaz Ahmed
  • Group Captain Syed Inam Ullah
  • Lt-Col Abrar Ismail
  • Lt-Col Malik Saeed Akhter
  • Lt-Col Muhammed Farooq Shah
  • Lt-Col Naveed Ahsan
  • Lt-Col Samina Azaz
  • Maj. Muhammad Amin
  • Maj. Ahmed Saeed (2005)
  • Maj. Dr. Nauman Ahmed
  • Maj. Syed Iqbal Hussain Shah
  • Maj. Ijaz hussain
  • Maj. Shazia Naz
  • Maj. Naweed Anwar
  • Norma Fernandes, former Headmistress of the Kindergarten and Junior Section, Karachi Grammar School
  • Jamil Memon (Dairy farming) (2009)
  • Dr Muhammad Babar Imran
  • Junaid Jamshed (2007)
  • Hakeem Rizwan Hafeez Malik (2007) (Tibb)
  • Waseem Ahmad – 2015 – services Sports (Hockey)
  • Prof. Meritorious Dr. M. Nasim Khan (Archaeology)
  • Prof. Dr. Abdul Bari Khan – 2015 – services in medical and health sector
  • Prof. Dr. Ahmad Yousif A. Al-Draiweesh (Comparative Jurisprudence)
  • Prof. Dr. Shagufta Zulfiqar
  • Prof. Dr. Mustafa Shameel
  • Prof. Dr. Mir Hatam
  • Prof. Dr. Sikander Hayat Khan (1999)
  • Prof. Khan Shah Zaman Khan (Health)
  • Muhammad Ramzan Malik Section Officer Ministry of Interior - 2008
  • Dr. Abid Quddus Qazi (2000)
  • Dr. Nauman Niaz (2014)
  • Dr. Masroor Ikram (Science – Physics)
  • Dr. Pramila Lall
  • Dr Irfan Ahmad Baig (Literature/Journalism)
  • Muhammad Usman Sadiq (2012)
  • Mohammad Hameed Shahid (2016)[2]
  • Mr. Jamshed Masroor, (Jamshed Iqbal Rana) (Literature – Poetry)
  • Mr. Minhaj Muhammad Khan (Minhaj Barna) (late) (Journalism)
  • Al-Haj Molvi Rayazuddin Ahmed (late) (Education)
  • Shaukat Thanvi 1962 (journalist, humorist)[3]
  • Sikandar H. Lodhi (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Shaukat Pervaiz (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Mian Muhammad Latif 2004 (industrialist)[4]
  • Mohammad Aslam Khan (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Syed Mir Mehdi Shah Mehdi(Literatur/Journalism)
  • Rahimullah Yusufzai (2004)- Journalist[5]
  • Shahid Farooq (2014)
  • Syed Ahmed Hassan Shah (2014)
  • Fawad Sulaman Niazi (2014)
  • Saeed Ajmal 2014 (cricketer)
  • Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq[6]
  • Shakil Auj[7] (2014)– Education University of Karachi
  • Seema Mughal (2013)
  • Faisal Khosa (2013)
  • Riaz Ahmed – Wax Paint Artist from Peshawar (2012)
  • Faisal Jahanzeb Mahsud 2012 (Electro Optics & Mechanical Engineering)
  • Faqir Muhammad Anjum (2011)
  • Kanwal Feroze – 2009 – literature
  • Fasih Ur Rehman
  • Faizaan Peerzada
  • Arbab Zafarullah Khan
  • Taj Mohammad Taji
  • Ishrat Saqib
  • Professor Shoaib Hashmi (playwright for PTV comedy shows Akkar Bakkar, Sach Gupp and Taal Matol in the 1970s)[8]
  • Gulraiz Tabassum
  • Wazir Afzal (film music director)
  • Hakeem Nawaz Ahmed Khan Salik
  • Najamus Saqib Shabbir
  • Sardar Sham Singh
  • Ali Anwar Khokhar[9]
  • Shabana Akhtar – 1998 – athletics
  • Hadiqa Kiani 2006 (singer)
  • Atif Aslam 2008 (singer)
  • Ghayyur Akhtar (TV actor)
  • Dr. Muhammad Sadiq – 2015 – Physics
  • Dr. Javed Iqbal
  • Dr. Muhammad Iqbal- 2009
  • Sehar Kamran – 2011
  • LT-Cdr Muhammad Gulam Ullah
  • Manzoor Niazi Qawwal 2005 Karachi[10]
  • Noor Jehan
  • Saba Qamar (2012)
  • Yasir Nazir 2016 – English/Urdu Literature
  • Haji Daraz Khan 2016 (Social Work)[11]
  • Dr.Muhammad Tahir Shah 2014
  • Prof Dr khalid masood gondal
  • Prof Dr. Zafar Ali Chaudhry 2018(Sialkot)
  • Wing Commander Syed Shahzada Alam 2016 (Military)[12]
  • Prof. Dr. Tariq Mahmood (Social Service)
  • Caption Hafiz Muhammad Ahmad
  • SSP Ahmed Shuja Khan
  • Dr Gulzar Hussain Zahid Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (2018)
  • Noman Abid Lakhani, Public Service (2012)
  • Lt. Col. Dr. Shah Javed Salim, Tamgha-e-imtiaz (Military - 2018)
  • Lt Col Tariq Nisar TI(M)-2014
  • Nabi Bakhsh Khan Baloch, scholar and writer
  • Qamar Zaman

See also

References

  1. ^ It is also spelled as Tamgha-e-Imtiaz
  2. ^ List of civil and military awards recipients on Pakistan Day Times of Islamabad (newspaper), Published 24 March 2017, Retrieved 11 November 2018
  3. ^ Biography and award info for Shaukat Thanvi in Dawn newspaper Published 6 May 2008, Retrieved 11 November 2018
  4. ^ Award info listed for Mian Muhammad Latif (industrialist) on Dawn (newspaper) Retrieved 11 November 2018
  5. ^ Rahimullah Yusufzai's Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (2004) award info listed on Dawn (newspaper) published 14 August 2003, Retrieved 11 November 2018
  6. ^ "Tamgha-i-Imtiaz conferred on Faisal Mushtaq" The Nation, Islamabad, 26 March 2013. Retrieved on 13 July 2014.
  7. ^ "Tamghae-i-Imtiaz conferred on Shakil Auj" The Nation, Islamabad, 23 March 2015. Retrieved on 18 April 2016.
  8. ^ Shoaib Hashmi's Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Award info listed on Dawn newspaper, published 22 January 2012, Retrieved 2 March 2017
  9. ^ Ali Anwar Khokhar's Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Award info on Dawn (newspaper) Published 23 March 2003, Retrieved 11 November 2018
  10. ^ Manzoor Niazi Qawwal Award info on Dawn (newspaper) Published 24 March 2006, Retrieved 11 November 2018
  11. ^ Haji Daraz Khan's Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Award info on gulfnews.com website Retrieved 11 November 2018
  12. ^ Wing Commander Syed Shahzada Alam's Tamgha-e-Imtiaz Award info on pakistantoday.com website, Retrieved 20 August 2017

External links

  • Decorations and Medals of Pakistan
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