Pride of Performance Awards (2010–2019)

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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.


In 2009, the following list of recipients was announced. Awards to be actually conferred by the President of Pakistan on Pakistan Day (23 March 2010).[1]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Sattar Shabbir Social science Economist/policy maker Pakistan Punjab
Atta Muhammad Kakar Sports Sports Pakistan Balochistan
Ayaz Ayub Science Electrical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Javed Akhtar Science Chemistry Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Raja Ali Raza Anwer Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan Punjab
Rebecca D. Eiwen For services to Pakistan U.K.
Faiz-ul-Hassan Science Electronics Pakistan Punjab
Fehmida Riaz Literature Literature Pakistan Sindh
Hameed Akhtar[2] Literature Literature Pakistan Punjab
Kaleem Shaukat Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Khawaja Zakauddin Sports Field hockey Pakistan Punjab
Lal Saeed Sports Boxing Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Mahmood Shaam[2] Journalism Journalist Pakistan Sindh
Masood Ashar (ur) Literature Literature Pakistan Punjab
Masud Mufti Literature Literature Pakistan Punjab
Mehmooda Kazmi Science Biology Pakistan Punjab
Afzal Tauseef Literature Literature Pakistan Punjab
Musarrat Misbah Art Restructuring of faces Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo Literature Literature Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Masood Mirza Science Mining engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Saleem Khan (Saleem Raz) Literature Poetry Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Inam-ul-Haq Javeid Literature Poetry Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Azam Azam Literature Literature Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Rabia Zuberi Art Education and sculpture Pakistan Sindh
Riaz Alam Khan Science Aerospace engineering Pakistan Sindh
S. M. Javed Akhtar Science Laser optics Pakistan Sindh
Safdar Habib Science Engineering Pakistan Sindh
Shahid Afridi Sports Cricket Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Shahid Mahmood Nadeem Literature Playwright Pakistan Punjab
Sobho Gian Chandani Literature Literature Pakistan Sindh
Sultan Ahmed Journalism Journalism Pakistan Sindh
Syed Khalid Hussain Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan Punjab
Syed Tahir Hassan Hashmi Science Chemical engineering Pakistan Islamabad
Ursula H. Schmitz For services to Pakistan Germany
Younus Khan Sports Cricket Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Zahid Shakeel Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Zulfiqar Ali Art Painting Pakistan Punjab


On 14 August 2010, the following list of recipients was announced. Awards to be actually conferred by the President of Pakistan on Pakistan Day (23 March 2011). It consisted of 46 Pakistanis and one Canadian of Pakistani origin.[3]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Ahmad Saleem (Muhammad Saleem Khawaja) Literature Pakistan Punjab
Aleem Dar Sports Cricket umpiring Pakistan Punjab
Amjad Pervez Science Laser optics Pakistan Punjab
Anwar Saleem Ahmad (Late) Literature Pakistan Azad Jammu and Kashmir
Ashfaq Hussain[4] Literature Canada
Khalida Inayat Noor Science Mathematics Pakistan Punjab
Mubashir Ahmed Sheikh Science Metallurgical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Arshad Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Nazar Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Shafqat Karim Science Physics Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Shahzad Mahmood Science Plasma physics Pakistan Punjab
Sumeera Ikram Science Chemistry Pakistan Punjab
Syed Tajammal Hussain Science Nano technology Pakistan Islamabad
Ghani Parwaz Literature Pakistan Balochistan
Goshpi Byram Avari Sports Sailing/yachting Pakistan Sindh
Gulzar Ahmed Sheikh Science Underground mining engineering Pakistan Punjab
Habib[4] Art Film and TV actor Pakistan Punjab
Hashim Nadeem Khan Literature Medical Pakistan Balochistan
Iqbal Javed Khan Science Experimental aerodynamics engineering Pakistan Punjab
Ishan Ullah Qazi Science Chemistry Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Javaid Ahsan Bhatti Science Vacuum science and technology Pakistan Punjab
Khalid Ahmad Literature Pakistan Punjab
Khan Tehsil Art Folk singing Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Manzoor Akhter (Tehsin Firaqi) Literature Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Afzal Arain Science Agriculture Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Ahmed Science Electronics engineering Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Aslam Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Khalid Zahid Science Electrical engineering Pakistan Balochistan
Naseem Hameed Sports Athletics Pakistan Sindh
Abdul Rahim Nagori Art Painting Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Nawaz Science Pharmacokinetics Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Rasul Jan Science Chemistry Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
S. Amjad Bukhari Art TV producer Pakistan Islamabad
S. B. John[4] Art Film playback singing Pakistan Sindh
S.H. Qasim Jalali Art TV drama production Pakistan Sindh
Saif-ur-Rehman Saifi Literature Poetry Pakistan Punjab
Saleem Akram Ansari Science Nuclear Engineering Pakistan Punjab
Samina Ahmed[4] Art TV drama acting Pakistan Punjab
Shahid Pervaiz Butt Sports Wrestling Pakistan Punjab
Shams Malik (Late) Literature Journalism Pakistan Punjab
Suhail Akram (Suhail Ahmed)[4] Art TV drama acting Pakistan Punjab
Tajdar Alam Art Film/TV Direction Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Ustad Hussain Bukhsh Gullu Art Classical music singer Pakistan Punjab
Ustad Muhammad Alam Art Blue pottery Pakistan Punjab
Ustad Sharafat Ali Khan (Late) Art Classical singing Pakistan Punjab
Wazir Afzal[4] Art Film music composer Pakistan Punjab
Zafar Kazmi (late) Art Painting and sculpture Pakistan Sindh
Moin Akhter (Late) Art TV artist/comedian Pakistan Sindh


On 14 August 2011, the following list of recipients was announced for awards to be actually conferred on 23 March 2012. It consists of 43 individuals.[5][6]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Raja Shahid Nazir Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Abdul Hamid Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Sajjad Ahmad Mehmood Science Chemical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Ghulam Hussain Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Mirza Zafarul Islam Science Geology Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Aqil-ur-Rahman Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Sameeullah Khan Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Rashid Ahmed Alvi Science Chemistry Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Ibrahim Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Zaman Science Telecommunication engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Amjad Siddique Almas Geo-spatial technologies Military applications Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Aziz Khan Science Electronics engineering Pakistan Sindh
Irfan Ahmad Science Electrical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Imran Science Microwave science Pakistan Punjab
Tasleem Baig Science Aerospace engineering Pakistan Punjab
Shakeel Zahid Science Aerospace engineering (satellite technology) Pakistan Punjab
Waqas Masood Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Waqas Umer Science Electroninc engineering Pakistan Punjab
Mehboob-ur-Rehman Science Plant breeding and genetics Pakistan Punjab
Syed Tauseef Mohyud-Din Science Mathematics/physical sciences Pakistan Punjab
Farzana Suleman Education Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Sharif Tahir Education Pakistan Punjab
Gulzar Alam[7] Music (singer) Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Ejaz Hussain Hazarvi Music Performing arts Pakistan Punjab
Shigeyuki Ataka Arts and literature Japan
Saira Kazmi[7] Art TV drama director Pakistan
Mohsin Gillani Art TV drama actor Pakistan
Noman Ijaz[6] Art TV drama actor Pakistan
Saba Hameed[6] Art TV drama actress Pakistan
Meera[6] Art Film actress Pakistan
Javed Sheikh[6] Art Film actor/director Pakistan
Rahat Naveed Masud Art Fine arts Pakistan Punjab
Azhar Javed Literature Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Khurshid Malik Literature Pakistan Punjab
Lutfullah Khan[7] Literature/music archives Large Music Archives Library Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Aman (Sarshar Siddiqui) Literature Pakistan Sindh
Zahida Hina Literature Journalism Pakistan Sindh
Khawaja Muhammad Zakariya Literature Pakistan Punjab
Mohammad Yousuf[6] Sports Cricket Pakistan
Qasim Zia[7] Sports Hockey Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Khamis Public service Pakistan
Zahoor Ahmed Awan Public service Pakistan
Engineer Arif Naseem Art Sculpture Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa


On 13 August 2012, the following list of recipients was announced. Awards to be actually conferred on Pakistan Day (23 March 2013).[8]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Tahira Syed Arts Singing Pakistan
Shahida Latif Literature Literature/poetry Pakistan Punjab
Rafaqat Ali Mughal Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan
Saadia Chaudhary Science Applied mathematics Pakistan
Zahid Ahmad Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan
Muhammad Aleem Mirza Science Electronic engineering Pakistan
Abdul Manan Science Aerospace engineering Pakistan
Wajih Anwar Science Mechanical engineering Pakistan
Muhammad Imran Akram Science Avionics engineering Pakistan
Asif Hameed Science Wireless communication engineering Pakistan
Muhammad Iftikhar Ahmad Science Chemistry Pakistan
Zia-Ullah Science Physics Pakistan
Amer Sarfraz Ahmad Science Satellite technology engineering Pakistan
Muhammad Iqbal Rao Science Space technology Pakistan
Sikandar Majid Mirza Science Physics Pakistan
Javaid Bashir Science Physics Pakistan
Sardar Mehmood Ahmed Khan Education Medical Pakistan
Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema Education Teaching and research Pakistan Punjab
Muhammad Rafiullah Khan Education Pakistan
Muhammad Ajmal Khan Arts Music (tabla playing) Pakistan Punjab
Alamgir Arts TV pop singer Pakistan Sindh
Shahida Mini Arts Singing Pakistan
Naghma Arts Pashto singer Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Dur Muhammad Kassi Literature Literature/documentary Pakistan
Maria Toorpakey Wazir Sports Squash Pakistan


On 14 August 2013, the following list of recipients was announced. Awards to be actually conferred on Pakistan Day (23 March 2014)[9]

Name Field Specialization Country Province
Syed Tauqir Ashraf Science Physics Pakistan Sindh
Khalil-ur-Rehman Science Physics Pakistan Punjab
Wali Khan Babar (late) Education Journalism Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Arif Chaudhry Science Chemistry Pakistan Punjab
Farooq Ahmed Bhatti Science Analytical physics Pakistan Punjab
Ghulam Rasool Akhtar Science Computational physics Pakistan Punjab
Malik Murid Hussain Science Chemical engineering Pakistan Punjab
Munir Ahmad Science Civil engineering Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Hameed Science Nuclear engineering Pakistan Punjab
Tariq Ikram ul Haq Science Avionics engineering Pakistan Sindh
Jehanzaib Khan Lodhi Science Aerospace engineering Pakistan Punjab
Hamid Saleem Science Plasma physics Pakistan Punjab
Mohammad Mujahid Science Material engineering Pakistan Punjab
Mohammad Yousuf Khan Science Electronics and communication engineering Pakistan FATA
Brigadier Masood Raza Science Artificial intelligence (military application) Pakistan Punjab
Hyder Ali Palijo Science Project management Pakistan Sindh
Hasan Shahnawaz Zaidi Education Art and design Pakistan Punjab
Cecil Chaudhry[10] Education Academic and human rights activism Pakistan Punjab
Mehreen Afzal Science Cryptography (military application) Pakistan Punjab
Shahid Abdullah Arts Art and design Pakistan Sindh
Ustad Shafiquz Zaman Khan Arts Calligraphy Pakistan Sindh
Tabbasum Kashmiri Literature Literature Pakistan Punjab
Agha Saleem Literature Literature Pakistan Sindh
Wali Muhammad Khan Siyal Kakar Literature Literature Pakistan Balochistan
Younus Javaid Literature Literature/scholar Pakistan Punjab
Ali Muhammadi Khorasani Literature Literature Tajikistan
Syed Irshad Hussain Rashid (Late) Education Journalism Pakistan
Khalid Ahmad Education Journalism Pakistan Punjab
Nazir Leghari[11] Education Journalism Pakistan Punjab
Azhar Hussain Jafri Education Photo-journalism Pakistan Punjab
Munir Hussain (late) Education Journalism/cricket commentary Pakistan Sindh
Muhammad Asif[12] Sports Snooker player Pakistan Punjab
Misbah-ul-Haq Sports Cricketer Pakistan Punjab
Zeeshan Abbasi Sports Cricketer Pakistan Punjab
Aurangzeb Leghari Arts Acting Pakistan Punjab
Ayub Khawar Arts Directing Pakistan Punjab
Bakht Jamal Science Health professional Pakistan
Muhammad Naeem Science Health professional Pakistan
Ahad Khan Cheema Civil services Pakistan
Hanif Khan Sports Field hockey Pakistan Sindh


Name Field
Syed Muhammad Qaisar Abbas Naqvi Arts (drama acting)
Asif Ali Khan Arts (film actor)
Ata-ur-Rehman Journalism
Amir khan Sports (boxing)
Muhammad Baksh Alias Bakshan Mehranvi Literature (Poetry)
Samina Baig Sports (mountaineering)
Jamal Nasir Social work
Mir Mohammad Ali[13] TV comedian (mimicry artist)


  1. Gulab Chandio[14]
  2. Wajahat Masood (Journalist)[15][16]
  3. Wasif Nagi (Journalist)[16]
  4. Professor Dr. Ehsan Akbar (Literature)[16]
  5. Nisar Qadri (Film and TV actor)[16]
  6. Sabz Ali (Music - Tabla Playing)
  7. Dr. Abdul Ghaffar (Public Service)
  8. Mr. Najam Ahmed Shah (Public Service)
  9. Captain (R) Zahid Saeed (Public Service)
  10. Umar Draz Khan (Public Service)
  11. Professor Abida Taherani (Education)
  12. Ahmad Saeed (Industrialist)[15][16]
  13. Munir Ahmed Munir (Journalist)
  14. Masood Akhtar (TV and Film actor)
  15. Khalid Saleem Butt (TV and Film actor)
  16. Waseem Abbas (TV and Film actor)[15][16]
  17. Ustad Nathoo Khan (Music - Sarangi Player), posthumously
  18. Agha Muhammad Nasir


Awards to be conferred on Pakistan Day (23 March 2017)[17]

Name Field Specialization Country
Khalid Sharif Science Medicine Pakistan
Muhammad Qasim Bughio Arts Literature Pakistan
Sarfraz Shahid Arts Literature Pakistan
Khurshid Ahmad Nadeem Arts Journalism Pakistan
Alamgir Anwar Shaikh Sports Snooker player Pakistan
Rashid Ahmed Aslam Arts Public Service Pakistan
Humaira Channa Arts (Music, Film, Television) Playback singer Pakistan
Ghazi Salahuddin Arts Writer, Journalist Pakistan

On 4 July 2017, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif awarded the Presidential Pride of Performance award to the team management, players and officials of the Pakistan cricket team, for their outstanding performance as the winners of ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Four former senior players were also awarded the Presidential Pride of Performance award [18]:

Name Field Specialisation Country
Azhar Ali Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Fakhar Zaman Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Muhammad Babar Azam Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Shoaib Malik Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Muhammad Hafeez Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Sarfraz Ahmed Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Shahdab Khan Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Syed Imad Wasim Haider Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Muhammad Amir Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Muhammad Junaid Khan Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Hassan Ali Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Ahmed Shahzad Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Haris Sohail Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Rumman Raes Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Wahab Riaz Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Faheem Ashraf Sports Cricketer Pakistan
John Michael Arthur Sports Cricket Coach Australia
Grant Trafford Luden Sports Cricket Coach South Africa
Stephen John Rixon Sports Cricket Coach Australia
Grant William Flower Sports Cricket Coach Zimbabwe
Shane Andrew Hayes Sports Cricket Physiotherapist Australia
Azhar Mahmood Sports Cricket Coach Pakistan
Talat Ali Malik Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Muhammad Talha Ejaz Sports Cricket Analyst Pakistan
Shahid Aslam Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Donald Dave Albert Sports Cricket Official Saint Lucia
Inzamam ul Haq Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Raza Rashid Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Aun Muhammad Zaidi Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Azhar Arif Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Amjad Hussain Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Usman Wahla Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Tauseef Ahmed Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Wajahtullah Wasti Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Wasim Haider Sports Cricket Official Pakistan
Younis Khan Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Shahid Afridi Sports Cricketer Pakistan
Misbah ul Haq Sports Cricketer Pakistan


  1. Prof. Dr Bashir Ahmad (KPK)
  2. Dr. Mohammad Fahleem
  3. Aslam Pervaiz (late) (film actor)[19]
  4. Zarrin Suleman Panna (film dancer) (Punjab)[19]
  5. Salman Alvi
  6. Harris Khalique
  7. Rauf Parekh (Linguist and Journalist) (Sindh)[19]
  8. Hafeez Amin (journalist) (Punjab)
  9. Muhammad Nawaz Raza
  10. Ms. Najia Rasool
  11. Brigidier Javed Ahmed Satti (Retired)
  12. Taj Multani (singer) (Sindh)[19]
  13. Bilquees Khanum (singer) (Sindh)
  14. Amanullah (TV comedian) (Punjab)[20]
  15. A. Nayyar (singer) (Punjab)[19]
  16. Master Ghulam Haider (1908 – 9 November 1953) (A pioneering film music director)[19]
  17. Muhammad Ahmad Khan (Calligraphy) (Punjab)[19][21]
  18. Nighat Chaudhry (classical dancer)[19]


  1. Hamid Mahmood (Punjab)
  2. Mohammad Saeedur Rehman (Punjab)
  3. Mohammad Shahid Saleem (Punjab)
  4. Arshad Ali (Punjab)
  5. Dr Salma Khanam (Punjab)
  6. Vaqar Akhtar (KP)
  7. Raza Ellahi (KP)
  8. Waqar uz Zaman (KP)
  9. Mohammad Hasan (Sindh)
  10. Nasir Mahmood Khan (Punjab)
  11. Sarosh Hashmat Lodhi (Sindh)
  12. Umbreen Javaid (Punjab)
  13. Shabbir Jan (Sindh)[22]
  14. Iftikhar Thakur (Punjab)
  15. Ishrat Fatima (Islamabad)[23]
  16. Siyani Khatoon (Sindh)
  17. Bashir Ahmad (KPK)
  18. Reema Khan (Punjab)
  19. Nasir Adeeb (Film scriptwriter)
  20. Taj Baloch (Sindh)
  21. Sofia Yazdani (Sindh)
  22. Arshad Sharif (Punjab)
  23. Inam Butt (Punjab)
  24. Luqman Ali Afzal (Dhatta)
  25. Sanaullah Ghuman (Tattay Pani)
  26. Mohammad Ashraf Ali (late) (Gilgit-Baltistan)
  27. Rasheed Masood Khan (Balochistan)


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