Online Condolence Reference Held For Nisar Siddiqui


Sindh has lost a high-quality, resourceful and excellent educator – speakers

Karachi: The educationists, students and civil society members from across the world Monday paid rich tributes to Nisar Ahmed Siddiqui, pioneer of IBA University Sukkur, and termed his demise a great loss of Sindh.

Speaking at a condolence reference, held online in view of the social distance and lockdown due to the coronavirus, by Ramesh Raja and Manzoor Ujjan, the educationists and students from all over the world appreciated the educational services of Nisar Siddiqui.

“Nisar Siddiqui being a bureaucrat, with his hard work, honesty, truthfulness and morality, made his life an ideal by working tirelessly in education and development sectors, which is an example for the present officers to follow and play a role to improve the declining quality of education and health,” they said and added that lesson learnt from late Nisar Siddiqui’s life is that officers should not be the cause of public suffering but the voice and support of the people.

Educationist Prof. Ejaz Qureshi said that Nisar Siddiqui under a special strategy brought the children of poor farmers in higher education competitions and also run the institution on the basis of merit and justice. “Today, IBA Sukkur has become an international standard institution.”

Rukhsana Ali, a PhD student from Finland, said that Sindh has lost a high-quality, resourceful and excellent educator.

Engineer Badar Kahro from Canada said that Saeen Nisar brought educational revolution in Sindh, popularized quality education through many experiments and put Sindh education on the path of development. “His light of knowledge will continue to move forward.”

Journalist Mahesh Kumar said that Nisar Siddiqui was in fact a silent servant of Sindh.

Dr. Khushal Kalani from USA, Manzoor Sethar from Bahrain, Saqib Sheikh from Dubai and Noshin Ujjan, Prof. Deedar Mirani, Zulfiqar Behan, Ghulam Qadir Chanio, Shakeel Ahmed Sheikh, Abdullah Solangi, Haji Khan Bozdar, Jameel Ahmed Sheikh, Anis Noor Memon, Nazir Sarohi, Amanullah Drigh, Haq Nawaz Chandio, Intezar Amir Kalhoro, Hussain Sehito, Wajid Sindhi, Amjad Shar, Babu Hardas, Dr. Shehzad Sheikh, Moin Gulal, Ehsan Ali Sehito , Mohammad Bakhsh Soomro, Haq Nawaz Ujjan, Saqib Bhatti, Farman Ali Sehito, Abdul Bari Ujjan, Gul Baig Mogheri and others paid tribute to Nisar Siddiqui’s services. Nisar Siddiqui’s fans and students from all over the world participated online. (PR)



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