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Tamgha-e-Imtiaz
تمغہِ امتیاز
Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Medal of Excellence).jpeg
Awarded by
Coat of arms of Pakistan.svg
Government of Pakistan
TypeAward
Established19 March 1957[1]
CountryPakistan Republic of Pakistan
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EligibilityPakistanis and foreign citizens
Awarded forService to the state, and for services to international diplomacy.
StatusCurrently constituted
Statistics
First induction19 March 1957[1]
Precedence
Next (higher)Sitara-e-Imtiaz.png
Sitara-e-Imtiaz

Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Urdu: تمغہِ امتیاز; transl. Award of Excellence), also spelled as Tamgha-i-Imtiaz, is a state-organised honour of Pakistan. It is given to any civilian in Pakistan based on their achievements. While it is a civilian/military award, it can be bestowed upon officers of the Pakistan Armed Forces and worn on their uniform. It can also be awarded to foreign citizens who have performed great service to Pakistan.

Ranking[edit]

This award is le lowest level of the 4 awards given for "excellence" There are four levels of such awards The highest is Nishan (Order; Urdu: نشان‎), 2nd is Hilal (Crescent; Urdu: ہلال‎), 3rd is Sitara (Star; Urdu: ستارہ‎) and the 4th is Tamgha (Medal; Urdu: تمغہ‎).[2]

Recipients[edit]

Year Recipient Field / Occupation State / Country Ref.
Ishrat Fatima Newsreader Islamabad [3]
Laiq Zada Laiq Literature Madyan, Pakistan [4]
Fakeera Fakeero Art Pakistan [citation needed]
Shoaib Hashmi Art Pakistan [5]
1960 Sadequain Art Pakistan [6]
1962 Shaukat Thanvi Journalism Lahore, Punjab [7]
1962 Nabi Bakhsh Baloch Education Sindh [8]
1963 Tariq Mustafa Science Faisalabad, Punjab [citation needed]
1965 Mohini Hameed Lahore, Punjab [9]
1966 Noor Jehan Art Karachi, Sindh [10]
1969 Muslehuddin Art East Pakistan [11]
1998 Air commodore Zahid Akhtar Lodhi Pakistan Air Force Islamabad
1986 Jilani Kamran Literature Lahore, Punjab [12]
1998 Muhammad Iqbal Choudhary Science Karachi, Sindh [13]
1998 Mohini Hameed Lahore, Punjab [9]
2000 Muhammad Asif Khan Science Chakwal, Punjab [14]
2001 Mustafa Shameel Science Karachi, Sindh [15]
2002 A. S. Nathaniel Health care Lahore, Punjab [16]
2003 Maqbool Hussain Khichi Agriculture Sargana, Punjab [17] Anwar Khokhar Philanthropy Larkana, Sindh [17]
2003 Dr. Muhammad Ali Shah Services (Sports) Pakistan [18]
2004 Mian Muhammad Latif Industrialist Toba Tek Singh, Punjab [19]
2004 Rahimullah Yusufzai Journalism Mardan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa [ Syed Israr Ali ] Civil defense Volunteer [Rawalpindi] [Punjab] [17]
2005 Abrar-ul-Haq Philanthropy, Art Faisalabad, Punjab [20]
2005 Manzoor Niazi Qawwal Art Karachi, Sindh [21]
2006 Hadiqa Kiani Art Rawalpindi, Punjab [22]
2007 Junaid Jamshed Art Karachi, Sindh [23]
2007 Syed Israr Ali Public Service Punjab, Rawalpindi [24] LT COL MALIK ABDUL MAJID MILITARY G.H.Q, RAWALPINDI [24]
2008 Atif Aslam Art Wazirabad, Punjab [25]
2009 Kanwal Feroze Literature Punjab [26]
2010 Qamar Shahbaz Literature Pakistan [27]
2011 Waris Khan Efforts towards peace in the Orakzai Agency Pakistan [28]
2011 Farrukh Nadeem Navy Pakistan [29]
2011 Nasreen Anjum Bhatti Art Sindh [30]
2011 Ghulam Abbas Art Lahore, Punjab [31]
2012 Noman Abid Lakhani Businessman Karachi, Sindh [32]
2012 Raihan Merchant Businessman Karachi, Sindh [33]
2012 Saba Qamar Art Hyderabad, Sindh [34]
2012 Sami Khan Art Lahore, Punjab [35]
2012 Athar Mahboob Engineering & Technology Karachi, Sindh [36]
2013 Faisal Mushtaq Education Kharian, Punjab [37]
2013 Khalid Masud Gondal Health, Education Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab [38]
2014 Mohammad Tahir Shah Geology Sirikot, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa [citation needed]
2014 Nauman Niaz Journalism Lahore, Punjab [39]
2014 Saadat Saeed Literature Lahore, Punjab [40]
2014 Shakil Auj Education Karachi, Sindh [41]
2014 Colonel Nadeem Khalid Military Pakistan [42]
2015 Prof. Khan Shah Zaman Khan Health Karachi, Sindh
2015 Abdul Bari Khan Health Karachi, Sindh [43]
2015 Zahid Ur Rashdi Education Gujranwala, Punjab [41]
2016 Haji Daraz Khan Social service Pakistan [44]
2016 Mohammad Hameed Shahid Literature Punjab [45]
2016 Dadi Leela Education Hyderabad, Sindh [46]

2017[47][edit]

Mr. Zaheer Ahmed Malik Science (Physics) Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Seemin Jamali Medicine Sindh, Pakistan
Prof. Muhammad Shamim Khan Medicine United Kingdom
Mr. Mustaqeem Elahi Mirza Mechanical Technology Punjab, Pakistan
Mr. Muhammad Anjum Chemical Engineering Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Rasheeq Ullah Baig Mirza Engineering Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Najam Us Saqib Aerospace Engineering Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Mr. Shafqat Aziz Electronic Engineering Punjab, Pakistan
Mr. Faisal Saud Computer Engineering Islamabad
Mr. Muhammad Imran Electronics Engineering Punjab, Pakistan
Syed Zafar Hussain Kazmi Engineering (Chemical) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Dr. Gulzar Hussain Zahid Engineering (Nuclear) Punjab, Pakistan
Mr. Tariq Mehmood Malik Arts (Compare) Punjab, Pakistan
LtCol Muhammad Kamal Afzal Military Service GHQ
Prof. Dr. Oya Akgonenc Mugisuddin Services to Pakistan Turkey
Mr. Osama Ahmed Warriach (Late) Public Service Punjab, Pakistan
Ms. Aban Marker Kabraji Public Service (Environment) Sindh, Pakistan
Prof. Dr. Tariq Mahmood Public Service Sindh, Pakistan
Dr. Nadeem Jan Public Service (FATA)
Dr. Nuzhat Faruqui Public Service Sindh, Pakistan

2019[48][edit]

Mr. Muhammad Yousaf Gondal Engineering(Mechanical) Punjab, Pakistan
Rana Muhammad Zaeem Information Technology Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Mazhar Iqbal Science (Chemistry) Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Shahzad Alam Engineering Metallurgy & Materials Science Punjab, Pakistan
Dr. Uzma Saleem Education Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
Dr. Ikram Ali Malik Education Islamabad
Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Education Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Prof. Dr. Rukhsana Wamiq Zuberi Medicine Sindh, Pakistan
Syed Sabihuddin Rehmani Arts (Naat Recitation/ Literature) Sindh, Pakistan
Syed Ali Abbas Fine Arts Sindh, Pakistan
Mr. Muhammad Rafique Shad Arts (Drama acting) Balochistan, Pakistan
Khawaja Safar Ali Arts (Metal work) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Ms. Mehwish Hayat Art(Acting) Sindh, Pakistan
Mr. Sardar Ali Takkar Musician Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Mr. Akhtar Gul Public Service Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Flt. Lt. (R) Muhammad Siddique Sheikh Public Service Punjab, Pakistan
Malik Amin Aslam Khan Public Service Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

2020[edit]

2020 Mr. Muhammad Suleman Mahsud Services to Pakistan N/A [49]
2020 Mr. Muhammad Junaid Services to Pakistan N/A [49]
2020 Mr. Muhammad Tahir Javed Services to Pakistan USA [49]
2020 Dr. Navida Nash Science (Chemistry) Punjab [49]
2020 Mr. Zafar Iqbal Baig Science (Chemistry) Punjab [49]
2020 Dr. Manzoor Hussain Science (Agriculture) Punjab [49]
2020 Prof. Dr. Asif Ali Agriculture/Plants breeding and genetics Punjab [49]
2020 Dr. Faisal Shahzad Material Science Punjab [49]
2020 Dr. Syed Shabbar Abbas Rizvi Engineering (Material Sciences) Islamabad [49]
2020 Mr. Muhammad Iqbal Qureshi Engineering (Mining) Punjab [49]
2020 Lt Col Sagheer Arshad Military Lahore, Punjab [50]

2021[edit]

Dr. Samina Roohi Science (Bio-Chemistry) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Nusrat Jehan Science (Physics) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Dr. lrfan Ullah Khan Science (Chemistry) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Prof. Dr. Syed Ghulam Musharraf Science (Chemistry) Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Muhammad Aftab Rafiq Science (Physics) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Ammad Hussain Qureshi Engineering (Metallurgy) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Muhammad Ashraf Khan Engineering (Mechanical) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan [51]
Maj (R) Imtiaz Ahmed Engineering (Mechanical) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Muhammad Jamil Engineering(Fluid Power) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. lmtiaz Sarwar Engineering (Electrical & Electronics) Islamabad, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Muhammad Yasir Engineering (Aerospace) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Abid Bin Abdul Quddus Qazi Engineering (Civil) Islamabad, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Muhammad Abid Engineering (Mechanical) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Prof. Dr. Robina Farooq Education Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Eng. Dr. Faizullah Abbasi Education (Engineering) Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Prof. Dr. Osman Hasan Education (Engineering/ Electrical) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan [51]
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Junaid Mughal Education (Science & Technology) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Ms. Ghuncha Bibi Alias Saima Noor Art (Acting) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Lal Muhammad (Aman) Art (Acting) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan [51]
Ms. Rubina Mustafa Qureshi Art (Singing) Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Ejaz Sarhadi Art (Sarinda Player) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan [51]
Ms. Momina Duraid Qureshi Art (Drama Director/ Producer) [51]
Mr. Sajjad Ahmed Art (Television Producer) Balochistan, Pakistan [51]
AI-Haaj Saeed Hashmi (late) Art (Na'at Khuwani) Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Mr. M. Anis Nagi (late) Literature Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Johar Ali Raki Public Service (Gilgit Baltistan) [51]
Mr. Mansoor Hassan Siddiqui (late) Public Service Punjab, Pakistan Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Ms. Shehla Baqi Public Service (Health) Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Asad Mahmood Public Service (Rendering dedicated services with selfless devotion) Punjab, Pakistan [51]
Mr. Muhammad Hanif Tayyab Social Services Sindh, Pakistan [51]
Dr. Muhammad Haroon Memon Social Work (Thalassemia) Sindh, Pakistan [51]

See also[edit]

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External links[edit]

2020 Tamgha e Imtiaz awards
2021 Tamgha e Imtiaz awards