Rizwan Malik , Federal Secretary


Rizwan Malik
Privatisation Division /
Privatisation Commission
Ministry of Privatisation

Mr. Rizwan Malik is an officer of the Pakistan Administrative Service and joined the Privatisation Division on September 28, 2018.

He graduated from Government College, Lahore.  Completed his Masters in Political Science in 1984.  Gold Medalist from Punjab University and also recipient of Academic Roll of Honour from Government College, Lahore.

He joined the Civil Service of Pakistan in November, 1986 and over the course of his career, has held various Secretariat, Field and Staff assignments.  Before joining the Privatisation Division, he was serving as Special Secretary, Interior Division, Islamabad.  He has had the opportunity to serve in three Provinces Sindh, Punjab & Balochistan and Federal Government in a career spanning around 32 years.  Served as Assistant Commissioner/Sub Divisional Magistrate in various Sub Divisions of Karachi, Sindh, Additional Deputy Commissioner Narowal, Gujranwala & Rawalpindi Districts and Deputy Commissioner Narowal.  Also served as Additional Secretary, Local Government, Additional Secretary, P&D, Punjab, Joint Registrar Cooperative, Punjab and Secretary, P&D, Government of Balochistan.  During his tenure in Federal Government since 2009, he has held various important positions/assignments which include Joint Secretary, Planning & Development, Textile and Communication Divisions, Director General, Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), Director General Electronic Government, IT & Telecom Division, Joint Secretary, Establishment Division, Additional Secretary, Interior Division and Special Secretary, Interior Division.

Mr. Malik attended various national and international training courses, seminars and workshops.  Some of the important trainings/seminars include Executive Leadership Development Program, Harvard University, USA, International Training Course on Management Market Economy in a Globalizing World, Bangkok, Thailand, Training Workshop on Bridging the Gap between Qualitative and Quantitative Approach, University of Reading, UK, Seminar on 5th Seoul Initiative Leadership Program on Green Growth City Development for Green Growth, Seminar on Public Policy for Developing Countries, Beijing China, Seminar on Finance, Administration & Economic Development, Nanchang, China, Advance Management Course at NIPA Karachi and National Management Course at National Management College, Lahore.

Rizwan Malik

Federal Secretary