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September 25, 2014

Former acting vice-chancellors laud ICU’s staff for cooperation

September 25, 2014

PESHAWAR: The former acting vice-chancellors, who served the Islamia College University in the absence of Ajmal Khan, Wednesday appreciated the efforts and cooperation of the faculty and administration of the university in the highly difficult time.
They stated this at a function organised by the Islamia College Teaching Staff Association (TSA) in the honour of Vice-Chancellor Ajmal Khan who rejoined the institution on September 9 after his release from the captivity of the Taliban after four years.
Those who addressed on the occasion included Prof Dr Haider Shah Jadoon, Dr Noor Jehan, Dr Ihsan Ali, president TSA Dr Shabbir Ahmad and Vice-Chancellor Ajmal Khan.The acting vice-chancellors declared their job in the ICU as the most memorable time of their career.
They lauded the competence of teaching faculty and the administrative capabilities of the members of the college administration. The acting VCs, however, drew the attention of Ajmal Khan towards certain problems, which in their opinion needed attention of the present ICU administration.
Ajmal Khan, in his speech, paid tribute to the acting vice-chancellors for managing the university affairs in light of their knowledge, experience and administrative strategies. He said he would try his level best to solve the problems and issues in the university and use his best abilities to include the university among the high-ranking academic institutions of the country.
Dr Shabbir Ahmad welcomed the vice-chancellor on re-joining his office. He also paid tributes to the acting vice chancellors for taking care of the university affairs during the absence of its permanent vice chancellor. He said that hopefully Ajmal Khan would do the best for solving the problems of the teaching community on campus.

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