Vice Chancellors from different universities of the KP who had served Islamia College University Peshawar in acting capacity during four years’ captivity of its permanent VC, Ajmal Khan, have highly appreciated the efforts of the competent faculty of the university and its administration for cooperating with them in highly difficult times and keeping intact the high standards of education. They addressed a grand function, which was organized by the Islamia College Teaching Staff Association in the honor of its Vice Chancellor, Mr. Ajmal Khan who joined the ICP on September 9 after his safe and secured return from the captivity of tribal militants.
Those who addressed the teachers and members of administrative staff included Professor. Dr. Haider Shah Jadoon, Professor Dr. Noor Jehan, Professor Dr. Ihsan Ali, Dr. Shabbir Ahmad, President TSA and Vice Chancellor Ajmal Khan.
The acting Vice Chancellors declared their acting service tenure in the ICP as the most memorable time of their service career as Islamia College is mother educational institution of the province. They took in high esteem the competence of teaching faculty and the administrative capabilities of the members of administration. The acting VCs, however, drew the attention of VC Ajmal Khan towards certain left over problems, which, in their opinion needed attention of the present ICP administration.
VC Ajmal Khan in his speech, paid rich tributes to the acting vice chancellors for running the administration of the ICP in the light of their knowledge, experience and administrative strategies. He said that he would do his best to not only resolve the problems and issues in the University but also use his best abilities to bring the university among the top most academic institutions of the country.
Earlier, Dr. Shabbir Ahmad, President, TSA, ICP, in his address welcomed the VC on behalf of teaching community for 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 expressed the hope that the VC would do the best for solving the problems of the teaching community on the campus.