Engr. Aamir Hasan, a BS-22 officer of Secretariat Group (17th Common) is a pro-active, progressive professional having vast and diverse experience of more than 29 years in Civil Service. He is an intellectual having about eight publications on different topics including A study of the Ombudsman in Pakistan, A report on the human rights violations in the state of Kuwait, Operation Silence: Long term implications and policy options for Pakistan, Traditional Politics of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP): Perceived Deprivation and its impact on Psychological Profile of KP, Public Administration Reforms and Management Innovations: The case of Karachi Port Trust etc. By qualification Mr. Aamir holds the degree of B.Sc. Engineering (Civil) from University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore. He secured Chevening Scholarship for study in Britain through open competition and completed his MA (Eco) in Development Administration and Management from University of Manchester, UK. He also holds a Certificate in Organizational Culture and Management from Maastricht School of Management, Netherlands. After qualifying the CSS Examination in 1988, Mr. Aamir Hasan served on various assignments including Section Officer, Establishment Division; Manager (P&D), Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC); First Secretary, Embassy of Pakistan, Kuwait; Joint Secretary, Planning and Development Division; Chief Instructor, Civil Services Academy, Lahore; Directing Staff, National Management College, Lahore, Senior Joint Secretary, Ministry of Communication, Islamabad and Director General, Intellectual Property Organization. On promotion to BS-22 on February 22, 2016, he assumed the charge of the post of Managing Director, Public Procurement Regulatory Authority, Cabinet Division, Islamabad and was subsequently posted as Federal Secretary, National History and Literary Heritage Division where he served for 2 ½ years. He has assumed the charge of Secretary, Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development on 19th September, 2019.