Peshawar (15th October 2023) – Central Directorate of National Savings Government of Pakistan will hold Draw or Balloting of Prize bonds of Rs.750 (Seven Hundred Fifty Rupees) on 15/10/2023. Prize Bond Draw Result Rs 750 Peshawar 15th October 2023 Full List. The list of draw will be available here when it will be provided by the Pakistan National Saving.
National Savings Prize Bond Rs. 750 Draw Result
Central Directorate of National Savings Government of Pakistan will organize balloting / Draw of National Prize Bond of Rs. 750 on Wednesday, September 01, 2023 in Peshawar . This is 60th draw held so for.
Rs 750 Prize Bond Draw Result Announced wining Amount
First Prize of Rs. 1,500,000/-
Second Prize of 3 prizes of Rs. 500,000/-
Third Prize of 1696 Prizes of Rs. 9,300/-
Also check: 1st October prize Bond 2023
Prize Bond Rs. 750 Draw Result National Savings
he history of National Savings Organization dates back to the year 1873 when the Government Savings Bank Act, 1873 was promulgated.During the first world war, the British Government introduced several Schemes for collection of funds to meet the expenditure. It was in this context that the Post Office Cash Certificates and, during the second world war, Post Office Defence Savings Certificates were floated. The need to setup a separate agency was felt and a National Savings Bureau was established in 1943- 44 as an attached department of the Ministry of Finance of the undivided Government of India. The department was headed by National Savings Commissioner with the status of a Joint Secretary. At that time the main functions of the Savings Department were to initiate all policy matters and issue directives for the execution of policy decisions of the Central Government, and to review the Savings Schemes from time to time. Gradually, Savings Organization were established in almost all the Provinces of the sub-continent with the objective of popularizing the Savings Schemes among the masses as well as to supervise, guide and control the working of authorized agents under their jurisdiction. The agents, who were appointed by the local authorities. They were paid commission @ 2 1/2 on the investment secured by them. These authorized agents were in those days the only agency for securing investment in terms of Savings Certificates from the general public. In nutshell the central agency viz. National Savings Bureau, Simla, was mainly concerned with the policy and planning matters of the Savings Schemes whereas the responsibility of execution of various Savings Schemes vested with Provincial authorities.