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Life is a continuous process of self-improvement and self-enhancement. This is what was in our hearts when we decided to launch the BS Four Year Degree Programme. We were spurred by the desire to bring ourselves and our education system with what is happening in the academic world. Further impetus was provided by the desire that our youth, on whose shoulders rests our future, must not lag behind and must compete with the best at their best. My teaching faculty has stood by me every inch of the way. My gratitude to them is immense. We shall, soon, start the new session with our most sincere and committed efforts. May Allah guide us and lead us to success.
Malik Muhammad Asghar
Govt. Graduate College Asghar Mall, Rawalpindi connotes all that stands for learning and enlightenment.
This is what the founding fathers had in mind, when on that fateful day in 1948, a new College was opened in this, the northern region of Pakistan. Initially ours was an Intermediate College with limited prospects both for the mentors and their mentees. In the early 1950’s graduation classes were started and shortly afterwards B.A honors courses offered to the students. The fame of this Institution spread rapidly and professors and lecturers who were either already established or were to become scholars in the very near future formed the core of the teaching faculty here. As more and more students sought admission, the need to raise the bar was felt and so in 1964-65 post graduation classes were introduced.
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College was now contributing at every academic tier as the youth of that time arrived, completed their education and then went on to achieve greatness in their chosen disciplines.
Ah yes! The students of course. For them our noblest fires of reading and writing burn, those that we feed with aye pyc with every power of concurrent culture we possess. To Michael Angelo his Sistine Chapel, to Leonardo his Monalisa to Beethoven his symphonies to Buleh Shah and Ghalib their Ka’fis and ghazals, to the prophet his followers and to us professors our students.Our students have done us proud, be they in the walled confines Of their classes, the wide open spaces Of auditoriums for debates and speeches or the open arenas of games and sports.