PAKISTAN IS ONE OF THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WITH LIMITED CAPITAL RESOURCES AND UNLIMTED GOALS TO ACHIEVE. SAME REMAINS THE FACT FOR NATURAL RESOURCES LIKE FORESTS. SO FORESTERS NEEDS EFFICIENT ACCOUNTING METHODS AND PROCEDURES FOR ENHANCED OUTPUT
1. INTRODUCTION Cash accounts, def, types, accounting cycle, accounting branches
2. CASH ACCOUNTS. Cash Book, Revenue, Expenditure, Forest Adavances
3. TTIMBER ACCOUNTS Description, transport and record at depot, maintenace of forms and records
4. EXECUTIVE ORDERS Competant authorities for controlling and maitaining day to day financial matters, procedures for writing and movement of official correspondence, types ofcorrespondence
5. AUDIT def, types and procedures for various kinds of provincial audits
6. EFFICIENCY AND CONDUCT PAEDA Act, use and misuse of authorities , exercise of Govt, rules and procedures
7. DUTIES AND POWERS OF FOREST OFFICERS CCF, CF, DFO, SDFO/RFO, APPOINTMENT OF INQUIRY OFFICER, PROCEDURES
8. LEAVES Types, Casual leave, Leave with full pay, leave on half pay, leave without pay, recreation leave,special leave, Ex-Pakistan leave
9. DELEGATION OF FINANCIAL POWERS as per article 119 of Cocnsttution of Islaic Republic of Pakistan
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