Pride of Performance Awards (1960–1969)

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Pride of Performance (Urdu: تمغۂ حسنِ کارکردگی) is a civil award given by the government of Pakistan to Pakistani citizens in recognition of distinguished merit in the fields of literature, arts, sports, medicine, or science for civilians

1960[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Syed Abdus Samad Sports Football East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Major Abdul Hamid (field hockey) Hameedi[1] Sports Hockey player and team captain Punjab Pakistan
Roshan Khan[2] Sports Squash Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan
Brojen Das Sports Swimming East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Khawaja Iftikhar Ahmed Sports Tennis Punjab Pakistan
Gama Pahlwan[3] Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan
Abbas Uddin Music Folk Music East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Roshan Ara Begum[4] Music classical music Punjab Pakistan

1961[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Captain Raja Javed Akhtar Khan Sports Mountaineering Punjab Pakistan
Azam Khan[5] Sports Squash Khyber Pakhtunkwa Pakistan

1962[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Bholu Pahalwan Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan
Naseer Bunda[6] Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Sadequain Arts Painting Sindh Pakistan
Sufi Tabassum[7] Literature Poetry Punjab Pakistan
Ahmed Mohiuddin Science Biology and Zoology Sindh Pakistan
Hafiz Rashid Sports Football Punjab Pakistan
Saeed Ahmad Sports Cricket Punjab Pakistan
M.A.A. Ansari N/A N/A N/A Pakistan
Mehdi Ali Mirza Art Architect Sindh Pakistan
Brigadier M.A. Baig Sports Polo Punjab Pakistan
Major Muhammad Sher Khan Sports Mountaineering Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan

1963[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Shafiuddin Ahmad N/A N/A N/A Pakistan
Ustad Allahbaksh Art Painting Punjab Pakistan
Shahid Ahmad Dehlvi Literature Writer Sindh Pakistan
Abul Fazal Literature Writer East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Abbas Mirza Sports Football Punjab Pakistan
Manzoor Hussain Atif[8] Sports Hockey captain and player Punjab Pakistan
Mushtaq Muhammad Sports Cricket Sindh Pakistan
Dafadar Mubarak Shah Sports Athlete Punjab Pakistan
Captain Yaar Ali Khan N/A N/A N/A Pakistan
Haji Kaale Khan Agriculture Agriculture Punjab Pakistan

1964[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Maulana Salahuddin Ahmed Literature Writer Sindh Pakistan
Khundker Nasim Ahmed Sports Football Punjab Pakistan
Jamadar Ghulam Raziq Sports Athlete Punjab Pakistan

1965[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Noor Jehan Arts Singing Punjab Pakistan
A.S.M. Qamarul Hasan Arts Painting East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Zubaida Agha[9] Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Ferdausi Begum Arts Singer East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Ustad Muhammad Sharif Khan Poonchwaley Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Imtiaz Ali Taj Arts Drama Punjab Pakistan
Abdul Aziz Memon Pakistan
Mehboob Alam Pakistan
S.S.P. Mol Chand Services Nursing Punjab Pakistan

1966[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Shakir Ali Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Dr. Salimuzzaman Siddiqui Science Organic chemistry Sindh Pakistan
Raees Ahmad Jaffri Literature Writer Sindh Pakistan
Khwaja Moinuddin Arts Drama Sindh Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Inamulhaq Pakistan
Dr. Abdul Wahab Khan Pakistan
Dr. M.M. Sarwar Science| Pakistan
K.M. Mansoor Pakistan
Ustad Ayat Ali Khan[10] Arts Music East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Subedar Muhammad Nawaz Sports Athlete Punjab Pakistan
Imtiaz Ahmad Sports Cricket Punjab Pakistan
Shahab Ali Sports Football Punjab Pakistan

1967[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Ustad Haji Mohammad Sharif Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Ustad Munshi Raziuddin Arts Qawwali Music Punjab Pakistan
Rafi Peer Arts Drama Punjab Pakistan
Ashiq Hussain Batalvi Literature Writer Punjab Pakistan
Kavi Bande Ali Mian Literature Poet East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Aslam Pahalwan[11] Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan

1968[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi Literature Poetry Punjab Pakistan
Shaukat Usman Pakistan
Ali Imam Arts Painting Punjab Pakistan
Asif Iqbal Sports Cricket Sindh Pakistan
Muhammad Bashir Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan
Khalid Mahmood Hussain Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Tariq Aziz Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan

1969[edit]

Name Field Specialization Province Country
Ustad Amanat Ali Khan[12] Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Bade Fateh Ali Khan Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Laila Arjumand Banu Arts Music East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Ustad Umeed Ali Khan Arts Music Punjab Pakistan
Mohammad Kibria Arts Painting East Pakistan Pakistan (Now Bangladesh)
Muhammad Asad Malik[6] Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Saeed Anwar Sports Hockey Punjab Pakistan
Flight Sergeant Moideen Kutty Sports Football Punjab Pakistan
Mohammad Akhtar Sports Wrestling Punjab Pakistan
Zehra Khatoon Services Nursing Pakistan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Abdul Hamid Hameedi's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 16 July 2019
  2. ^ Roshan Khan's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 16 July 2019
  3. ^ Gama Pahalwan's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 18 July 2019
  4. ^ Roshan Ara Begum's Pride of Performance Award info on travel-culture.com website Retrieved 26 November 2018
  5. ^ Azam Khan's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 16 July 2019
  6. ^ a b Pride of Performance Award (1962) for Naseer Bunda and Muhammad Asad Malik (1969), info listed on Pakistan Sports Board website, Retrieved 16 July 2019
  7. ^ [1], Ghulam Mustafa Tabassum's awards info on urduadab.com website, Retrieved 25 April 2016
  8. ^ Manzoor Hussain Atif's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 16 July 2019
  9. ^ "Zubeida Agha's award info listed". lailashahzada.com website. December 2007. Archived from the original on 21 January 2008. Retrieved 16 July 2019.
  10. ^ Ustad Ayet Ali Khan's award info on Banglapedia.org website Retrieved 16 July 2019
  11. ^ Aslam Pahalwan's award info on Pakistan Sports Board website Retrieved 18 July 2019
  12. ^ Amanat Ali Khan's award info on travel-culture.com website Retrieved 26 November 2018