No compromise on merit, those who work diligently should be encouraged, Syed Amin Ul Haque

The 4th meeting of the National Information Technology Board was held in the committee room of MoITT on Wednesday chaired by Federal Minister for IT & Telecom Syed Amin ul Haque. The Chairman and Board Members welcomed the newly elected Chief Executive Officer of NITB, Babar Majid Bhatti. The board also apprised the steps taken by the CEO, who assumed office on April 10, in the first 45 days with excellent vision for the improvement of the respective sectors.

On the occasion, Federal Minister for IT Syed Amin ul Haque directed to the CEO that there should not be any compromise on merit, those who work hard with diligently should be encouraged in the organization and ensure that No action could be taken beyond the rules and regulations. He hoped that the CEO would take NITB to its desired destination in the light of his skills, competence, and international experience.

Syed Amin ul Haque further said that after getting the autonomous status of the organization, its responsibilities have increased. In this case, NITB should market its products properly at domestic and international level so that Made in Pakistan can be highlighted globally as a unique brand.

In the meeting, NITB, after becoming an autonomous body, rules n regulations, ongoing projects and upcoming projects were discussed in detail and were sent to the relevant committees of the Board for review.
Secretary IT Navid A. Shaikh, Secretary NTISB Mansoor Sehgal, JEA Science & Technology Zawwar Hussain, former Secretary Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui, Member IT Syed Junaid Imam, Director General to Minister Aftab Rashid attended the meeting while Director General Admin and HR Imran Haider and Director General Telecom Faisal Ratiyal assisted the board.