Professor retires after 30 years service in education



Staff Reporter

Professor Khalid Rafi, the head of Urdu department, Islamia College Railway Road Lahore retired on Saturday amid much fanfare.

The outgoing academician served for over 10 years at this college; he holds the distinction of having taught the super section at the college for 6 years in a row.

The principal as well as other colleagues lavished praise on the educator for having served the institution selflessly, recognising his commitment for the institution.

Besides academic prowess, Rafi is known to have proven his mettle on the administration side by streamlining the enrollment process, leading to spike in admission rate at the college.

Among his students include engineers, doctors, tech gurus and other notables serving at prominent positions across the country.

“I feel proud to have served an institution so remarkable as Islamia College where the founding father paid multiple visits,” said Khalid Rafi and added that he tried to leave an impact on his students.

The professor expressed good wishes for the college and called on the government to pay attention to the historic institute so it can regain its glory.

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