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Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Mon Apr 10, 2017 6:55 pm

Does anyone here appeared in protector of Emigrants paper yesterday.


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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by qasim052 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 11:10 am

Can anyone please share papers with answers of Protector of Emigrant & Paper of Admin Officer at PAEC held on Sunday,

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:43 pm

. Entered into force on 1 July 2003
2. Today, the number of international migrants is between 185 and 192 million.
3. It emphasizes the connection between migration and human rights, which is increasingly becoming a crucial policy topic worldwide
4. UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, from his report on strengthening the Organization, 9 November 2002
5. Preventing inhumane living and working conditions, physical and sexual abuse, and degrading treatment (articles 10-11, 25, 54)
6. Guaranteeing migrants’ rights to freedom of thought, expression and religion (articles 12-13)
7. Guaranteeing migrants’ access to information on their rights (articles 33, 37)
8. Ensuring their right to legal equality, which implies that migrants are subject to correct procedures, have access to interpreting services and are not sentenced to disproportionate penalties such as expulsion (articles 16-20, 22)
9. Guaranteeing migrants’ access to educational and social services (articles 27-28, 30, 43-45, 54)
10. Ensuring that migrants have the right to participate in trade unions (articles 26, 40)
11. The 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and its 1967 Protocol constituted a crucial step in improving the fate of refugees, and in establishing global management of this issue.
12. The International Labour Organization has elaborated two Conventions that aim at protecting migrant workers
13. working group at the United Nations was created in 1980, chaired by Mexico. It drew up the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families, which was adopted unanimously
14. the 69th plenary session of the General Assembly on 18 December 1990
15. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR) has a Special Rapporteur dealing with the human rights of migrants
16. The International Labour Organization (ILO) deals with the promotion and protection of labour standards. As such, it is active in the protection of migrant workers’ rights
17. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is concerned with migrants’ human rights, and with the promotion of migrants’ social integration as well as with the protection of cultural diversity.
18. Convention required a minimum of 20 ratifying States before it could enter into force.
19. application of the Convention is monitored by a panel composed of ten experts, known as the Committee on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families
20. countries that have ratified the Convention are primarily countries of origin of migrants (such as Mexico, Morocco and the Philippines)
21. The adoption of a convention by the UN General Assembly entails in itself no binding commitment for individual States. States are committed once they have ratified the convention.
22. States are committed once they have ratified the convention. This is why the impact of the Convention on Migrants’ Rights remains limited, as the majority of States have not yet ratified it
23. No Western migrant-receiving State has ratified the Convention, even though the majority of migrants live in Europe and North America.
24. Several States are reluctant to ratify the Convention because they consider that it gives too many rights to migrants.
25. In 2002, both the European Parliament and the General Assembly of the Organization of American States supported the ratification of the Convention, and the former reaffirmed its call upon Member States to ratify the treaty in 2005.
26. The governments of Catalonia and Flanders have given their official support to ratification, urging federal governments to adhere to the Convention, and Italy has incorporated many provisions from the Convention in its 1998 Immigration Law.
27. nearly half of the EU Member States have ratified at least one of the two ILO Conventions
28. Countries receiving the greatest number of migrants have been Western countries (in North America and Western Europe)
29. less than a third of refugees worldwide live in Europe and North America; 70 per cent of them live in less developed countries.
30. Today, What is the total percentage of migrants living in the world 
a. 1 % b. 2 % c. 3 % d. 4 %

31.There are 185-192------at present
a.MoUs b.treaties C.conventions D.migrants

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:46 pm

Cease
2)Venerate
3)Evasive 
4)Epilogue 
5)Acquiesce 
Synonyms
1)Milieu 
2)Modicum 
3)Fortuitous 
4)Parsimonious 
prepositions etc
1)Hawks prey on small birds
2)My friend must have called me
3)Did you get over your cold quickly?
4)If water freezes,it becomes a solid
5)She made the baby to take a nap/take a nap
Underlined words
1)Seeing is believing(seeing is a gerund etc)
2)He has had enough exercise(enough is adjective etc)
3)A bird in hand is worth two in the bush(in the bush is clause etc)
4)Look up the word in your dictionary(look up is phrasal verb etc)
5)Pudding tastes sour(tastes is linking verb etc)

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:49 pm

Islamiat:
1)Qurbani:mina
2)kitab al um:imam shafih
3)Women coffin:5 sheets
4)Book by Abu huraira
5)Saqi e zam zam:Hazrat abbas
6)Muslims are best/great because of:truthfulness,sacrifice etc
7)Blasphemy punishmenteath,life imprisionment,Fine,all of these
8)only muslim country where anyone can lodge a complain under shariat court against blasphemours:Pakistan,Saudia et


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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 2:53 pm

Quaid e azam interview to Financial times,manchester guardian,times of india none of these
2)Khilafat deputation met Lloyd george:1920
3)All parties conference 1928:Patna,haiderabad,calcutta,non of these
4)sepration of judiciary powers from those of the executive:Article 175
5)Ghazi ilm deen shaheed case:Quaid e azam
Res-judicata: Article 11
Father of neo-positivism
Millat and menace book:Ch rehmat ali
Who are sahiban

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by qasim052 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:01 am

Please share more as these are not 100 in total

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:12 am

1.promulgated on 23 March, 1979
2. It extends to the whole of Pakistan and applies to all citizens of Pakistan, wherever they may be.
3. “Corporation” means, the Overseas Employment Corporation Limited
4. “emigration” means the departure by sea, air or land out of Pakistan of any person for the purpose,
5. The Director‑General and every other officer appointed under sub* section (1) shall be a public servant within the meaning of section 21 of the Pakistan Penal Code (Act XLV of 1860).
6. Director‑General shall take such measures as
may be necessary ‑
(b) to, control and regulate such emigration ;
(c) to look after the interest and welfare of emigrants ;
7. complaint is Prima facie genuine, shall, in accordance with such procedure as may be prescribed and within fifteen days of receipt of such complaint, refer it to the Government concerned for appropriate action, with a copy to the complaint.
8. by rules, regulate emigration of such person or class of persons ; and the departure of such person or class of persons otherwise than in accordance with such rules shall not be lawful.
9. the licensee has been guilty of
misconduct, or that his conduct and performance as a licensee has been otherwise ‘unsatisfactory, or
that he has committed a breach of any of the provisions of this Ordinance or the rules or the
prescribed code of conduct, the Federal Government may, by order in writing, cancel the licence or
suspend it for a specified period and may also pass orders in regard to the forfeiture of the security
furnished under subsection (2) in whole or in part, and the decision of the Federal Government shall
be final.
10. before a decision is taken in review, the licensee to whom the decision relates
shall be afforded and opportunity of being heard
11. Overseas Pakitanis" means a citizen of Pakistan who is
working or residing abroad permanently or temporarily for not less than six months
12. The Director‑General shall maintain, in such form as may be prescribed, a register of the names of all persons to whom licences have been granted (section 14)
13. any person emigrates, he shall appear in person, alongwith the overseas
Employment Promoter by whom he has been engaged or assisted or recruited for employment abroad
or his duly authorised representative, before the Protector of Emigrants and furnish to him such
information as may be prescribed.
14. The Federal Government may, by notifica tion in the official
Gazette; make rules for carrying out the purposes of this Ordinance.
15. Unlawful emigration section 17
16. makes, or attempts to make, any agreement with any person purporting to bind that
person, or any other person, to emigrate or depart ( imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years, or with fine, or with both)
17. causes or assists, or attempts to cause or assist, any person to emigrate or depart or to attempt to emigrate or depart or to leave any place for the purpose of emigrating or departing (with imprisonment for a term which may extend to seven years, or with fine, or with both)
18. by means of intoxication, coercion, fraud or wilful misrepresentation, causes or induces,or attempts to cause or induce, any person to emigrate, or enter into any agreement to emigrate, or leave any place with a view to emigrating (imprisonment for a term which may extend to fourteen years, or with fine, or with both.)
19. when it was last amended (2016)

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Re: Protector of Emigrants

Post by agnes33 » Wed Apr 12, 2017 11:13 am

I only know this much


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