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Relative Ranks of Officers in Pakistan Army, Navy & Air Force

Pakistan Army | Pakistan Navy | Pakistan Air Force
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Second Lieutenant | Acting Sub Lieutenant | Pilot Officer
Lieutenant | Sub. Lieutenant | Flying Officer
Captain | Lieutenant | Flying Lieutenant
Major | Lieutenant Commander | Squadron Leader
Lieutenant Colonel | Commander | Wing Commander
Colonel | Captain | Group Captain
Brigadier | Commodore | Air Commodore
Major General | Rear Admiral | Air Vice Marshal
Lieutenant General | Vice Admiral | Air Marshal
General | Admiral | Air Chief Marshal
Chief of the Army Staff | Chief of the Naval Staff | Chief of Air Staff
General Parvaiz Musharraf | Admiral Shahid Karimullah | Air Chief Marshal Kaleem Saadat

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Ranks of Officers in Pakistan Police

1. Constable
2. C. List Constable
3. Assistant Constable
4. Head Constable
5. Assistant Sub Inspector (A.S.I)
6. Station House Officer (S.H.O)
7. Sub Inspector (S.I)
8. Inspector
9. Deputy Superintendent of Police (D.S.P)
10. Assistant Superintendent of Police (A.S.P)
11. Superintendent of Police (S.P)
12. Senior Superintendent of Police (S.S.P)
13. Deputy Inspector General (D.I.G)
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dear Station House Officer (S.H.O) is not the rank it is responsibility, it could be S.I or Inspector

Deputy Superintendent of Police (D.S.P) and Assistant Superintendent of Police (A.S.P) are of same level, the difference is that DSP is posted in difficuilt stations (main police stations) while ASP, being a new comer is usually posted at easy stations
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Salam All,

I think it would be good to have the organization chart of all the departments i.e. PSP, DMG, FSP etc... What do you guys say? That would help all the aspirants to have better understanding of these departments and to prioritize them. For this we'll be needing Rank, BS scale and level/area of Operations (Tehsil, Distt, Province, Federal etc).




Example: PSP
ASP(17, Tehsil?) - SP(18, Distt) - SSP(19, Distt) - DIG(20, ?) - IG(21, Province)


(Plz correct me where I'm wrong)



Similarly, we can gather all the info (authentic) and then make some graphs or charts for better understanding.



Also, I would like to mention that we need to have an organized participation in the forum(posts/threads). By that I mean, we need to avoid opening new threads if something similar is already there and redundant posts and threads should be deleted. It may sound hectic now but believe me it would really help in the long run when this forum with grow, Insha Allah. So we gotta keep it clean and effective!

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Salam All,

I think it would be good to have the organization chart of all the departments i.e. PSP, DMG, FSP etc... What do you guys say? That would help all the aspirants to have better understanding of these departments and to prioritize them. For this we'll be needing Rank, BS scale and level/area of Operations (Tehsil, Distt, Province, Federal etc).

Example: PSP
ASP(17, Tehsil?) - SP(18, Distt) - SSP(19, Distt) - DIG(20, ?) - IG(21, Province)

(Plz correct me where I'm wrong)

Similarly, we can gather all the info (authentic) and then make some graphs or charts for better understanding.

Also, I would like to mention that we need to have an organized participation in the forum(posts/threads). By that I mean, we need to avoid opening new threads if something similar is already there and redundant posts and threads should be deleted. It may sound hectic now but believe me it would really help in the long run when this forum with grow, Insha Allah. So we gotta keep it clean and effective!

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Salaam,

Thanks for your reply. I have some different information regarding the groups.

SSPs are not necessarily officers of 19th Grade. Sometimes there are SSPs of (senior) 18th grade as well. We have SSPs in districts as DPOs (District Police Officers).

Similarly DIGs are mostly posted in Divisions and are also called RPOs (Regional Police Officers).

In the same manner, a substitute name for an IG is PPO (Provincial Police Officer).

I am not an officer yet, so I can be wrong. Please proceed with the corrections.

Regarding your suggestion, I unconditionally agree with you. I have often thought of such plans, but the damn time is what I lack.

We (Moderators) shall try to arrange the stuff slowly and gradually.

Regarding the fears of Thinking and Nida, we will make sure that nothing useful is deleted! Don't you guys worry about that!

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apropos of tabassum's post; to me a DSP is promoted from the lower non-gazatted ranks of SI etc and an ASP is directly recruited through competitive exam...their official designation is same and it is true that DSPs are the people who assigned with difficult duties....well i might be wrong, if so please correct me
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An ASP commands more respect in the eyes of seniors comparative to that of DSPs.
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I would like to thank to everyone who gave us all information about my post and also correction of Adil ,
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1. IGP if BS-22 then eq. to Lt. General
2. Additional IGP BS-21 eq to Major-General
3. DIG BS-20 eq to Brigadier
4. SSP/AIG BS-19 equaivalent to Colonel
5.SP with 14 years service bs-18 eq to Lt.colonel
6.Sp with 6 to 13 years service bs-18 equivalent to Major
5. ASP Bs-17 eq. to Captain but according to tradition wears the rank of a Lt. In case of not being promoted on the 6th year to the rank of SP, an ASP wears rank of Captain.

Additional IG, AIG and SSP are appointments

IG, DIG, SP and ASP are ranks.
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mashallah, well good work,

for amk, dear bro Colonel and Lt. Colonel both r in the same BS i.e. 19
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