The Government of  Sindh has Introduced a social security system so that no civil servants will be deprived from yearning needs and without shelter on his retirement.



Sindh Civil Servants Housing Foundation


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:: Salient Features :: Fund Resources
:: Eligibility / Ineligibility :: Housing Categories
:: Payment Schedule :: Land Bank
:: Development Work :: Procedure for Allotment of House
:: Maintenance of Project :: Membership Forms
  Salient Features of the Foundation
  • Provide constructed house to the civil servants on their retirement.
  • Government of Sindh  will provide land to the Foundation free of cost.
  • Funds generated from Foundation members  through monthly installments will go into construction activity of SCSHF.
  • Bank loan facility may be provided to those members who  opt to obtain such facility.
  • Transfer of ownership of the allotted house in peaceful manners.

      Funds Resources
  • 1.Contributions made by members.
  • 2. Grants by the Government.
  • 3. Contribution and donations by private and public organization.
  • 4. Loan and advances from financial institutions.
  • 5. Contributions made by members.
  • 6. Income and profits from investments.
  • 7. Fees and other user charges.
  • 8. Amount received from sale or disposal of assets of the  Foundation.

    Eligibility for Membership

  • Subject to these rules, every person who is a Civil servant at the time of promulgation of the Act or becomes Civil servant on a subsequent date, or have been a Civil servant of the government shall be eligible to become a member of the Foundation.

  • A Civil servant shall only be eligible for one membership of the Foundation.

  • A member of the Civil Service of Pakistan shall be eligible to become member of the Foundation subject to the fulfillment of any of the following conditions, namely-

  • he is domiciled in the Province and has served in government or any agency under the government for a period of more than three years; or

  • he has served in the government or any agency under the government for a period of more than six years and retired on or after 22nd December, 2006.


    Ineligibility for Membership

  • The work charged employees, temporary employees and the employees working on part-time basis.

  • Employees of the Private or Semi private organizations. 

  • Keeping in view the necessity of the employees, government has decided to build houses initially in the following district headquarters and allotment will be made as per choice given by the member in his application:

    1. Karachi, 2. Thatta, 3. Hyderabad, 4. Mirpurkhas, 5. Sukkur, 6. Larkano 7. Shaheed Benazirabad(Nawabshah).



    The SCSHF envisages housing scheme for civil servants of the  Sindh Government. Under this scheme a Civil Servant from pay scales 1 to 22 will be provided a constructed house on his retirement. In this context land will be provided by the Government of Sindh to the Foundation free of cost and construction cost as per entitlement will  be contributed by the  Civil Servant from his monthly salary.
    The Government of Sindh has  passed an Act from Sindh Assembly known as Sindh Civil Servants Housing Foundation Act-2005 which was promulgated on 22nd December 2006 with following provisions:

    • Establishment of Sindh Civil Servants Housing Foundation.

    • Sindh Government shall provide fund for establishment of the  of SCSHF.

    • SCSHF will be governed by a Board of Directors, headed by the Chief Secretary Sindh

    The Government will oversee and monitor the SCSHF in following manner:

    • High level administrative control;

    • Provide land free of cost;

    • Financial assistance in shape of  grants from  time to time;

    • Back up support to obtain loans from financial institutions;

    • Development of infrastructure like Roads, Water and Sewerage systems etc.

    SCSHF  will follow  all  financial / administrative / developmental  rules & regulations and Building byelaws/ discipline as per the prevailing laws of Sindh and decisions of  its Board.