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Latest Result of 100 Rupees Student Welfare Prize Bond Lucky Draw 2018-2019

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(Last Updated On: 23/11/2018)

The National Savings Pakistan announced “Student Welfare Bond” few years back and it is afforded by most students. These are available at office of National Saving Centres, Post offices and all scheduled banks. Also if you are in United Arab Emirates (UAE) then you can purchase from United Bank Limited and Habib Bank Limited Branches of UAE. Sale of these Prize bonds was started in November 16, 2012. This scheme is started for promoting the habit of saving among Pakistani Youth.

Click to open Text file On Your Desired Date Draw Results:

Draws of the year 2018 – Student Welfare Rs. 100 Prize Bond Draw Result List held as follow:

12-03-2018
11-06-2018
10-09-2018

Draws of the year 2017 -Student Welfare Rs. 100 Prize Bond Draw Result List held as follow:

12-06-2017
11-09-2017
11-12-2017

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  • First prize is of 7 Lacs PKR (Number of Prizes: 1)
  • Second prize is of 2 Lacs PKR (Number of Prizes: 3)
  • Third prize is of Rs. 1000 (Number of Prizes: 1199)

This was stated by Director General National Savings, Zafar Mehmood during a meeting with delegation of National Youth Assembly.  “The purpose of introducing this Bond is to create the propensity of savings among youth; the 62 percent of the total population”. Zafar Mehmood said “This programme would be run under Public Debt Act 1944 and the ratio of taxation would be levied according to the existing law”.

student Student Welfare Prize Bond of Rs.100

Prize Bonds is an investment and which is bearer type of securities in the form of the denominations of Rs. 100, Rs.200, Rs.750, Rs.1,500, Rs.7,500, Rs.15,000,Rs.25000 & Rs.40,000 Pakistani Rupees. These bonds are always issued in a series. The series consists of 1 less than 1 million bonds. There is no fixed return but paid in form of prize draws which is held on quarterly basis in Pakistan. Draw is held under the common draw system and number of prizes are equal for every series i.e. if 50 series of Rs.100 Prize Bond are in circulation  then on each & every draw they choose 50 winners of first prize and 150 lucky winners of second prize and so forth.

Questions about 100 Rupees Student Welfare Prize Bond

A. SCHEME OUTLINE
What are the guidelines for application forms for claiming prizes on all denominations of Prize Bonds?
Answer: The claim of prize money declared on winning prize bond can be lodged at any SBP BSC field
Q1office on the prescribed claim form, which is available at the help desk free of charge. The duly filled form
should be submitted along with the following:
i) Copy of valid CNIC
ii) Winning prize bond (original) duly signed by the applicant
iii) Copy of the prize winning bond duly signed by the applicant
What are the general objections raised on prize money claim?
Q2Answer: To fill in the form in all respect correctly i.e. Bond numbers, name of the claimant, date of draw,
date of issue etc.
Why the genuineness of prize bonds cannot be checked at SBP BSC field office?
Q3Answer: Bonds are initially scrutinized at SBP BSC field offices by the counter staff imparted with
necessary training from PSPC. However, prize money of prize winning bonds equivalent to one million
and above are essential to be sent to PSPC for genuineness verification due to huge prize money involved.
Why the face value and prize money of the defective prize bonds are paid separately?
Q4Answer: Face value against Defective prize bonds is paid after passing thereof by authorized officer
whereas the Payment of prize money is paid as usual.
Q5Should we claim prize money in our own name or sell it to a broker?
Answer: Prize money should be claimed by the bearer.
Why date of issue is important for any claim of prize money?
Q6Answer: Only those prize bonds qualify for prize money, which have been purchased two months prior
to their respective draw.
Whether a prize bond deposited with application for prize money is returned to the claimant?
Q7Answer: Prize bonds winning prize money below Rs. 10,000/- are returned to the claimants. For prize
money of Rs. 10,000/- and above, the bonds are retained and their face value is paid to the claimant.
Q8Can prize money be claimed for a prize bond whose receipt/ payment order is lost?
Answer: Yes, subsequent to fulfillment of prescribed conditions.
Q9How a person can claim prize money?
Answer: Please refer to Section A Q1.
Why repeated signatures are obtained on claim form in case there is minor difference in signatures
Q10with that of CNIC?
Answer: To safeguard the interest of the Bank as well as claimant, proper identification of claimant is
essential.

 

What is the procedure of obtaining prize money claim and from where it can be claimed?
Answer: The claim form is submitted at the respective counter of any office of SBP BSC (Bank). Prize
Q11money up to Rs. 18,500/- is paid over the counter (subject to clearance of bond) the same day (from 30th
Draw and onward) after deduction of prevailing withholding tax as levied by Government of Pakistan.
Prize money over Rs. 18,500/- is given through payment order only by the date given to claimants for
collecting the prize money. Prize money upto Rs.1250/- can also be claimed at commercial banks and
National Savings Centers.
How many days are required for settlement of prize money claim?
Answer: The number of days required for claim settlement of prize money are appended below:
Q12AmountNumber of days
Upto Rs.18,500/-same day(30th draw & onward)
Upto Rs.500,000/-20 working days
Above Rs.500,000/-30 working days
Q13Are there any charges of prize money claim form?
Answer: No.
After how many days of draw prize money claim can be lodged?
Q14Answer: The claim can be lodged usually after 3 or 4 working days from the date of draw and within six
years from the date of relevant draw
Q15Whether claimant can obtain payment of prize money through an authorized person?
Answer: It depends on discretion of competent authority of the field offices.
Q16Can we claim prize money of damaged bond?
Answer: Yes. (Subject to clearance under rules)
Q18Reasons for time lag on prize money?
Answer: Confirmation of genuineness of the bond from PSPC and concerned Public Debt Office (PDO).
Q19Up to what period prize money can be claimed?
Answer: Prize money can be claimed within six years from date of the relevant draw.
When is the amount of prize money paid?
Q20Answer: The prize money claim can be lodged usually after 3 or 4 working days from the date of draw
and within six years from the date of relevant draw. Prize money up to Rs.18,500/- is paid on same day
(from 30th Draw onwards) at all SBP BSC Offices.
Q21Whether one prize bond winning prize money two times in different draws will be paid prize money
two times on the same date or otherwise?

 

 

Answer: Claim against prize bond winning in two different draws can be lodged only at the same time
against two separate claim application by the holder within the period of Six(06) years from the date of
its relevant draws.
B. Questions relating to the Draws of prize bonds:
What is the procedure of Prize Bonds draw? Is the process of draw fair and transparent?
Q1Answer: Prize bond draw is held by a committee constituted by CDNS and open to general public.
Winning prize bonds are drawn through Hand operated draw machine, which is operated by special
children in front of Committee members and general public attending the draw ceremony. Draw
machine is also checked by general public before the start of draw.
Why the small investors don’t win prize and big prizes goes to big investors?
Q2Answer: Big investors invest in huge amounts and buy more prize bonds; therefore their probability of
winning prize money is greater than the individuals who purchase a single prize bond. However, draw
is held separately for each prize and small investor can win big prizes.
Why the State Bank of Pakistan does not stop the payment of prize money against prize bond reported
Q3lost?
Answer: Prize bond is a bearer instrument. Its ownership belongs to the holder of the instrument just
like currency notes.
Whether one can attend draw ceremony?
Q4Answer: Yes, general public may also attend the prize bond draw ceremony on production of original
CNIC.
Q5Is there any way to ensure that the prize bond purchased would win a prize?
Answer: No.
Why one cannot get prize that purchased prize bonds in shut period when the number of prize bond
Q6was included in the draw and won a prize as well?
Answer: Refer Section A Q1
Q7Why the prize money on the winning number is not paid very next day?
Answer: Due to preliminary preparation of books for official purposes.
Q8How many numbers of Prize Bonds are in a series?
Answer: One less than a million i.e. 999,999 pieces
C. Questions relating to Tax Matters of prize bonds
How much tax is deducted on prize money?
Q1Answer: As per the instructions of the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR), WHT is deducted on prize money
of prize winning bonds @ 25% for non-filers and 15% for filers (i.e. those individuals whose names are
present in the Active Taxpayers List) irrespective from the date of draw.

 

Q2Whether an income tax payee is exempted from withholding tax on prize money claim?
Answer: No.
Is 15% and 25% WHT on small prizes not discouraging for small savers?
Q3Answer: As the tax is deducted on the prize money only and not on the principal amount, therefore it is
not discouraging to the small investors.
D. Questions relating to Transactions of Prize Bonds
From where we can get Prize Bonds?
Q1Answer: Prize bonds can be purchased and encashed in any quantity at all field offices of SBP BSC
(Bank), National Saving Centers and designated branches of commercial banks.
Why the rate of prizes is fluctuated?
Q2Answer: Due to Government (Ministry of Finance – CDNS) policy and revision of rate of interest, rates
of prizes are fluctuated accordingly.
Why the number of prizes has reduced whereas total number of prize bonds has increased?
Q3Answer: Number of prizes also increased. Numbers of Prize Bonds are increased to make the rate of
return compatible with mark up prevailing in the money market.
Q4Is there any limit on purchase of Prize Bonds?
Answer: No.
What is the encashment procedure?
Q5Answer: To present original prize bond at the counters of SBP BSC Offices/Commercial Banks/National
Savings Centers and obtaining face value thereof.
Q6Are the prize bonds sold by commercial banks/ National Saving Center are genuine?
Answer: Yes they are the authorized dealers.
Q7Can prize bond be encashed any time after their purchase?
Answer: Yes.
When the Draw List is available to the general public?
Q8Answer: Official draw list is available on the next day of the draw which can also be downloaded from
SBP BSC and CDNS Website.
Procedure for encashment of defective/ mutilated/ decipherable prize bond?
Q9Answer: Claim on the prescribed form for the recovery of value shall be dealt with under the Prize Bonds
Refunds Rules, 1963. Mutilated/defaced bonds (if presented more than half portion of such bond along
with claim form) are passed by an authorized officer on the same day for payment, if otherwise in order
while claim bonds are paid (if approved) within three working days.
Q10From where I can get the draw schedule?

 

Answer: Draw schedule is displayed at the field offices, official website of Central Directorate of National
Savings.
What is Shut Period?
Q11Answer: Shut period means a period of two months preceding the date of draw of a particular
denomination.
Q12Why fresh prize bonds are not issued during sale period?
Answer: Fresh bonds are issued when the stock of re-issuable bonds is fully utilized/exhausted.
Q13Is there any institution, other than SBP BSC (Bank) that offers sale/encashment of the prize bonds?
Answer: Yes. National Saving Centers and commercial banks.
Q14What is the role of SBP BSC (Bank) in the Prize Bond sale/encashment?
Answer: As an agent to CDNS, SBP BSC is responsible for management of the scheme in all respects.
Q15Are prize bond numbers sold to the customers of their own choice?
Answer: No
Q16Is there any deduction against refund of face value of defective Prize Bonds?
Answer: No.
Can we exchange bonds at any bank/ post office?
Q17Answer: Bonds can be exchanged at designated branches of Commercial Banks and National Saving
Centers only.
Q18Can we exchange old denomination bonds?
Answer: No
Q19In case of theft can payment be stopped?
Answer: No. Prize bond are bearer instruments.
Q20Can we get full value of damaged bond?
Answer: Yes, if the bond is more than half and otherwise in order
Why the bonds purchased during shut period are not included in subsequent draw?
Q21Answer: Due to minimum holding period of two months for all denominations of National Prize Bonds
as per Prize Bonds Rules, 1999.
If the Prize bond is stolen, could I get duplicate prize bond?
Q22Answer: No. Prize bonds are bearer instruments and whoever is holding the prize bond is the owner of
the instrument and can claim prize money.
Q23How much time is taken to issue a new prize bond?
Answer: New prize bonds are issued on immediate basis over SBP BSC Field Office counters.

 

What is the life of prize bond?
Q24Answer: The face value of prize bond, lawfully issued by the authorized dealers, is repayable at any time
till a particular denomination of prize bond is not demonetized or cancelled by the Federal Govt./State
Bank of Pakistan. In such case the holders of the bonds are given sufficient time to exchange the cancelled
bonds.
E. Questions relating to Basics of Prize Bonds (Misc.)
How many draws are held in a year?
Q1Answer: Four draws of each denomination (Rs. 100/-, Rs.200/-, Rs.750/-, Rs.1,500/-, Rs.7,500/-,
Rs.15,000/- , Rs. 25000/- & Rs.40,000/-) i.e. 32 draws held at our field offices as per draw Schedule issued
by CDNS.
Who prints Prize Bonds?
Q2Answer: Pakistan  Security  Printing  Corporation  (PSPC),  Karachi,  prints  Prize  bonds  of  all
denominations with the approval of Govt. of Pakistan.
Who holds the Prize Bond Draws?
Q3Answer: The Committee constituted by CDNS consisted upon officials of SBP BSC, Local/Regional
Directorate of National Savings and members from local Chamber of Commerce & Industry hold the
Draws.
Q4What is the purpose of Prize Bonds scheme?
Answer: To encourage public investment. It is a source of domestic borrowing for Government.
What types of prize bonds are not eligible for refund or face value?
Q5Answer: Prize bonds are not eligible for payment if the same are less than half, forged or deliberately
cut, mutilated or tampered.
What is the status of draws held before November 15, 2000?
Q6Answer: Separate draw for each series of a denomination was held before November, 2000. Now the
draw is held under the Single Common Draw System.
What is the open market rate of Prize Bonds?
Q7Answer: This is an illegal parallel market of prize bonds which runs outside the bank’s premises which
does not fall under SBP BSC Purview.
Q8Whether it is in accordance to Sharia principles?
Answer: Best known to the Sharia Scholars/ concerns
Q9Is the prize-winning list available with brokers is authenticated?
Answer: No.
Q10Is the National Prize Bond a registered or Bearer instrument?
Answer: The National Prize bond is a bearer instrument.

 

Q12Are brokers authorized to deal in sale/ purchase of Prize Bonds?
Answer: No
What are the security features of a prize bond?
Answer: These bonds are printed in the offset process on SPL made paper & would carry the following
Q13security features:
In paper: (i) enlarge watermark, (ii) micro-printed security thread, (iii) invisible colored fiber.
In printing: (i) micro-printed tint in rainbow color, (ii) guilloche patter, (iii) visible fluorescent rosette,
(iv) invisible denomination print, (v) numbering in red fluorescent ink.
Why the Prize bonds are sent to PSPC?
Q15Answer: Chemically and by some sophisticated means as the tempering in bonds has become more
scientific, therefore, Prize bonds are sent to PSPC for verification. If they are declared forfeited then
action is taken against the claimant as per Bank’s rules.
What is C.D.N.S?
Q16Answer: Central Directorate of National Savings, Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan is
controlling/managing all government savings for the benefit of General Public.
What is Public Debt Office?
Q17Answer: Public Debt Office (PDO), deals with securities issued by Government of Pakistan from time to
time to raise debts enacted by Public Debt Act, 1944. Whereas it is expedient to consolidate and amend
the law relating to Government Securities issued by the Government.
Why the prize bonds of Karachi Circle are not paid in a manner as a Lahore circle’s prize bond?
Q18Answer: There is no difference between Karachi and Lahore circles. However, Lahore PDO also allow
payment of prize money against bonds of Karachi PDO after confirmation.
Q19Why the prize bonds of Karachi circle are sold at Lahore Office?
Answer: Only re-issuable bonds are entitled to be sold/encashed at any Center of any circle.
Why the prize bonds of old denominations were substituted with new ones?
Q20Answer: Being a Government (Ministry of Finance) policy to introduce higher denomination Prize bonds
having huge amount of big prizes.
Q21What is the schedule of draw?
Answer: The Schedule of draw contains Draw No, Place & date of draw.

 

 

What are the various denominations of National Prize Bonds and their respective prize money?
Answer: Presently eight (08) denominations of National Prize Bonds are in Circulation details of which
are as under:
DenominationFirst Prize2nd Prize3rd Prize
No.AmountNo.AmountNo.Amount
Rs. 100/-1Rs. 700,000/-3Rs. 200,000/-1199Rs. 1,000/-
Q22Rs. 200/-1Rs. 750,000/-5Rs. 250,000/-2394Rs. 1,250/-
Rs. 750/-1Rs. 1,500,000/-3Rs. 500,000/-1696Rs. 9,300/-
Rs. 1,500/-1Rs. 3,000,000/-3Rs. 1,000,000/-1696Rs. 18,500/-
Rs. 7,500/-1Rs. 15,000,000/-3Rs. 5,000,000/-1696Rs. 93,000/-
Rs. 15,000/-1Rs. 30,000,000/-3Rs. 10,000,000/-1696Rs. 185,000/-
Rs. 25,000/-1Rs. 50,000,000/-3Rs. 15,000,000/-1696Rs. 312,000/-
Rs. 40,000/-1Rs. 75,000,000/-3Rs. 25,000,000/-1696Rs. 500,000/-
Q23Whether fresh bonds of all denominations are available for sale irrespective of Shut period?
Answer: Yes but these bonds will be sold in the open period after exhaust of re-issuable bonds.
Q24Why prize bonds are not issued in a series?
Answer: Fresh Prize Bonds are issued in series
Q25What is the legal backing of Prize Bonds?
Answer: Guaranteed by Government vide Public Debt Act, 1944.
Is every commercial bank authorized to encash/ sale the prize bonds to public and pay the prize
money to the claimant?
Q27Answer: All authorized commercial banks are allowed to make sale/ encashment of all denomination
prize bonds. However, the banks are allowed to pay the prize money up to Rs. 1,250/- only and the prizes
exceeding Rs. 1,250/- are dealt with at all field offices of SBP BSC (Bank).

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