National Savings schemes

Published Nov 30, 2012 12:09am

IT is indeed a great pleasure to learn that the Central Directorate of National Savings (CDNS) has recently launched ‘Students Welfare Prize Bonds’.

According to the statement by the Director-General of CDNS, the investments in various schemes have touched the Rs2280 billion mark.

I would like to record that National Savings Centres are providing an excellent service with full cooperation to investors irrespective of quantum of investment.

I would, however, request the relevant authority managing the National Savings Centres to ensure that all centres are well-furnished, properly lighted and have adequate numbers of fans or airconditioners.

Last but not least, all the centres must have an adequate number of staff and IT facilities as we find that there are still some centres which have the manual system.

AKBER D.VAZIR Karachi


Do you have information you wish to share with Dawn.com? You can email our News Desk to share news tips, reports and general feedback. You can also email the Blog Desk if you have an opinion or narrative to share, or reach out to the Special Projects Desk to send us your Photos, or Videos.

More From This Section

Aboard PK370

MOB violence, like the storming of the police prisoners van and vigilante ‘justice’ like that witnessed on PIA...

‘VIP culture’

APROPOS your editorial ‘VIP culture’ (Sept 17). Delay in PIA flights caused by VIPs is quite common. It happens...

‘Ruling classes’

REFERENCE ‘VIP culture’. I object to the term ‘ruling classes’ used in the editorial. There is no concept of...

Comments (2) (Closed)


Ali Khar Majid
Nov 30, 2012 02:24pm
Really, Rs2280 billion - that more than US$23 Billion. That's little morethan tenth of Pakistan's GDP. in 2011, Pakistan's GDP was US$211 Billion. Please get your numbers right!
shab
Nov 30, 2012 01:04pm
Chief Justice should immediately fix the profit for pensioners and widows at 20% and enhance the limit to twice the present limit. Go ahead chief justice do a favor the poor pensioners and widows.