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Pip

Used for listed equity securities. Smallest unit of a currency (i.e., cents for US dollars).
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Pip

A subunit of a currency. For example, a cent is a pip for the U.S. dollar and a fill is a pip for the Bahraini dinar. The term is most common in quotes for equity securities.
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The Speaker said that PIPS was a feather in the cap of the incumbent parliament and would provide an excellent facility for the capacity building/training of Parliamentarians and the parliamentary support staff.
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Ayaz Sadiq highlighted that PIPS warranted a competent and a visionary individual at the highest management position who could exhibit acute leadership skills and bring innovative changes in the institution.
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Acting Speaker Murtaza Javed Abbasi after assuming the Presidency of PIPS Board of Governors approved assigning of acting charge for the post of Executive Director (PIPS) to Director (Research and IT) Mohammad Rashid Mehfooz Zaka for a period of three months.
Expressing his sentiments on the occasion, Deputy Speaker NA and Vice President PIPS Faisal Karim Kundi appreciated the gesture and tradition set by the Chairman Senate and President PIPS by giving farewell to outgoing members of NA who were part and parcel of PIVS board of governors and played important role not in establishment of PIPS through an act of Parliament in 2008 as well as up to its present phase of consolidation.
Zafarullah Khan was appointed as PIPS executive director for two year in May 2016 on contract basis.
He expressed his desire for further expediting enactment of legislation, and directed the PIPS administration to provide all out support to the parliamentarians in that regard.
The main agenda of this meeting was to review the performance of Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services (PIPS) and to further enhance its skills for capacity building of Parliamentarians and staff of the Parliament.
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Director PIPS Muhammad Rashid Mafzool Zaka and other staff members