Benzir Income Support Program BISP Jobs 2020 Has been advertised here on this page of the JOBZ BAZAAR web site. Benzir Support Program BISP Islamabad is inviting applications from eligible candidates for the posts of Program Specialist, Infrastructure Security Specialist, Quality assurance Coordinator, Senior System Administrator, Network Security Specialist, WAN Specialist, Senior Database Analyst.
The Advertisement is published in Dawn on Monday 20 April 2020.
Last Date to apply for jobs is Tuesday 05 May 2020.
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Details BISP Vacancies
- Program Specialist
- Infrastructure Security Specialist
- Quality assurance Coordinator
- Senior System Administrator
- Network Security Specialist
- WAN Specialist
- Senior Database Analyst
The Benazir Income Support Programme was established in 2008. It was established by Yousaf Raza Gillani (Prime Minister Of Pakistan at that time). Who took the advice of President (Asif Ali Zardari). The program’s name is a tribute to former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, who was assassinated in 2007.
Since 2005, the purchasing power of many Pakistani families has been of wind by high pomposity and the increasing cost of food and oil. BISP arose against this atmosphere as a means to address reductions in purchasing power. Along with the economic evaluation aims of the program, BISP also seeks to empower women by presenting cash transfers directly to female members of households.
BISP is currently the largest aid program in Pakistan. It is the third largest budgetary allocation of government. BISP spending accounts for 0.3% of Pakistan’s GDP.
In the 2008–2009 fiscal year, more than 3 million Pakistani families received cash transfers through BISP. This figure accounts for 1.5% of the general population and 10% of the population below the poverty level. For the 2009–2010 financial year, the program was expanded to Protection 5 million low-income families. In the beginning the program in 2008, the Pakistani government allocated RS 34 billion, or $425 million, for BISP. The allocation doubled to RS 70 billion, in the following year.
The Benazir Income Support Program is planning to launch a new initiative that encourages human capital development through a subject to cash transfer.