Tamgha-e-Imtiaz

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Tamgha-e-Imtiaz
Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Medal of Excellence).jpeg
Awarded by the Sovereign, on the advice of the Government
Type Award
Day August 14
Eligibility Pakistani or Foreign citizen
Awarded for The highest degree of service to the state, and for services to international diplomacy.
Status Currently constituted
Sovereign President of Pakistan
Sovereign Prime minister of Pakistan
Established 19 March 1957.
First induction 19 March 1957
Precedence
Next (higher) Sitara-i-Imtiaz
Medal of Excellence Tamgha-e-Imtiaz.png
Ribbon: military (only)

Tamgha-i-Imtiaz[1] (Urdu: تمغہ امتیاز‎), English: Medal of Excellence, is state organized honour of State of Pakistan. It is the fourth-highest decoration given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements. While, it is civilian award, it can also be bestowed to Military officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces and worn in the uniform. The award is not limited to the citizens of Pakistan, and can be awarded to foreign citizens who have done great services to Pakistan.

Notable Recipients[edit]

  • Lt-Col Syed Naseem Mahmud
  • Lt-Col Zahid Mehmood Abbasi
  • Air Chief Marshal Kaleem
  • Lt-Col Maqsood Ahmed Khan(AMC)

Saadat

  • Vice Admiral Asaf Humayun
  • Group Captain Syed Inam Ullah
  • Lt-Col Abrar Ismail
  • Lt-Col Malik Saeed Akhter
  • Lt-Col Muhammed Farooq Shah
  • Lt-Col Naveed Ahsan
  • Lt-Col Samina Azaz
  • Maj. Muhammad Amin
  • Maj. Dr. Nauman Ahmed
  • Maj. Syed Iqbal Hussain Shah
  • Maj. Shaukat Mahmood
  • Waseem Ahmad - 2015 - services Sports (Hockey)
  • Prof. Dr. Abdul Bari Khan - 2015 - services in medical and health sector
  • Prof. Dr. Ahmad Yousif A. Al-Draiweesh (Comparative Jurisprudence)
  • Prof. Dr. Shagufta Zulfiqar
  • Prof. Dr. Mustafa Shameel
  • Prof. Dr. Mir Hatam
  • Prof. Dr. Sikander Hayat Khan 1999
  • Prof. Khan Shah Zaman Khan (Health)
  • Dr. Abid Quddus Qazi 2000
  • Dr. Nauman Niaz 2014
  • Dr. Masroor Ikram (Science - Physics)
  • Dr. Pramila Lall
  • Dr Irfan Ahmad Baig (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Mr. Jamshed Masroor, (Jamshed Iqbal Rana) (Literature - Poetry)
  • Mr. Minhaj Muhammad Khan (Minhaj Barna) (late) (Journalism)
  • Al-Haj Molvi Rayazuddin Ahmed (late) (Education)
  • Sikandar H. Lodhi (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Shaukat Pervaiz (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Mohammad Aslam Khan (Literatur/Journalism)
  • Syed Mir Mehdi Shah Mehdi(Literatur/Journalism)
  • Shahid Farooq 2014
  • Syed Ahmed Hassan Shah 2014
  • Fawad Sulaman Niazi 2014
  • Saeed Ajmal 2014
  • Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq[2]
  • Seema Mughal 2013
  • Faisal Khosa 2013
  • Riaz Ahmed - Wax Paint Artist from Peshawar 2012
  • Faisal Jahanzeb Mahsud 2012
  • Faqir Muhammad Anjum 2011
  • Kanwal Feroze - 2009 - literature
  • Fasih Ur Rehman 2006
  • Faizaan Peerzada
  • Hadiqa Kiani 2006
  • Arbab Zafarullah Khan
  • Taj Mohammad TajaI
  • Ishrat Saqib
  • Gulraiz Tabassum
  • Wazir Afzal
  • Hakeem Nawaz Ahmed Khan Salik
  • Najamus Saqib Shabbir
  • Mohammad Tehzib
  • Sardar Sham Singh
  • Din Gul
  • Shabana Akhtar - 1998 - athletics
  • Atif Aslam
  • Ali Sajid
  • Ghayyurz Akhtar
  • Dr. Muhammad Sadiq - 2015 - Physics
  • Dr. Javed Iqbal
  • Sehar Kamran - 2011

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ It is also spelled as Tamgha-e-Imtiaz
  2. ^ "Tamgha-i-Imtiaz conferred on Faisal Mushtaq", The Nation (Pakistan), Islamabad, 26 March 2013. Retrieved on 13 July 2014.

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