MCQs Of Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013
1 When the President of Pakistan signed the Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013?
20th March, 2013
2 What is the basic aim of the Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013?
To enhance the effectiveness of Ombudsman
3 Basic objective of the government behind the effectiveness of Federal Ombudsman is
To provide speedy and expeditious relief to citizens
4 The authority of Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013 extends to _______.
The whole of Pakistan
5 When the Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013 came into force immediately after
Signing by the President
6 The Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013 defines agency as it must either have government share or it must have been
Registered or licensed by the federal government
7 According to the Federal Ombudsman Institutional Reforms Act 2013 an Ombudsman is one who has been
Appointed under section 21 of the act
8 An Ombudsman means a government appointed officer whose duty is to
Investigate public complaints against a company
9 The office tenure of an Ombudsman according to the Act is
Four (4) years
10 As per this Act can any extension be given to the Ombudsman tenure?
11 According to the Act, can an Ombudsman after completion of tenure be re-appointed?
12 Under which special circumstances a federal Ombudsman can held office even after the completion of his tenure?
Till the entrance of his successor to the office
13 An acting Ombudsman as per the Act can be appointed in which special circumstances?
If the office is vacant or he is unable to perform his duty
14 Who possess the authority to appoint an acting Ombudsman?
15 As per the Act who is liable to perform his duties till the appointment of acting Wafaqi Muhtasib (Federal Ombudsman)?
The Federal Tax Ombudsman
16 A Federal Ombudsman can be removed from his office through
Supreme Judicial council
17 For resignation, Ombudsman is bound to write resignation letter to whom?
18 As per the Act a Grievance Commissioner is an officer appointed in an agency against which (the agency)
A large number of complaints are present
19 The basic criterion for the appointment of a Grievance Commissioner is that he should not be
Below the scale of 21
20 Under whose directions the Grievance Commissioner can perform duty?
21 As per the Act an Ombudsman, before entering his office, is required to take oath in front of the
22 As per the Act an agency, in response of a complaint, may submit a written comment if demanded by the
23 On demand of the Ombudsman agency is required to submit written comment within how many days?
24 As per the Act, an Ombudsman possesses the power of a
25 An Ombudsman has the power of granting
26 What are the other power of Federal Ombudsman?
Implementation of the recommendations, orders or decisions
27 What is the maximum period for validation of temporary injunction made by Ombudsman?
Sixty (60) days
28 An Ombudsman can also punish a contempt as provided in
Contempt of Court Ordinance 2003
29 Within how many days before Ombudsman an aggrieved party can made a review petition over a decision or recommendation?
Thirty (30) days of the findings
30 Within how many days the Ombudsman is required to decide the review petition?
Forty Five (45) days
31 Any party aggrieved of the decision of Ombudsman may file representation to President within how many days?
Thirty (30) days of the decision
32 In case of representation made to President, the order or decision of the Ombudsman remained suspended for how many days?
Sixty (60) days
33 For representation to the President, the aggrieve party shall addressed it directly to President and not to any other
Ministry, division or department
34 The representation in the office of President shall be processed by whom?
A judge of Supreme Court or a retired Wafaqi Muhtasib (Federal Ombudsman) or a retired Federal Tax Ombudsman
35 The representation shall be decided within how many days?
36 In representation, personal hearing of the President and Ombudsman are
37 The Ombudsman is bound to provide copies of the findings to parties free of cost within how many days of the finding.
38 An Ombudsman is the chief executive and ________________ officer of the office.
39 Over a matter, which falls under the jurisdiction of Federal Ombudsman, does court or any other authority possess the power of jurisdiction.
40 Under the section 4 of the Act, an Ombudsman is not allowed to
Hold any other office or occupy any other position
41 For a period of how many years an Ombudsman cannot hold an office other than Judicial or quasi-judicial?
Two (2) years
42 For a woman to be appointed as Ombudsman, she must have at least how many years of experience in the matters related to _________.
Ten (10) years of, Protection of women against harassment