A farewell ceremony was held on the occasion of the retirement of Prof Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi, who was the principal of Sindh Medical College of Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) for 9 years.

Vice-Chancellor Professor Amjad Siraj Memon graced the occasion with his presence. Registrar Dr Azam Khan, head of most of the departments, including a large number of SMC staff and students also participated.

On this occasion, Vice-Chancellor Prof Amjad Siraj Memon appreciated the services rendered by Prof Dr Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi for this institution. He said that he was an Excellent Teacher as well as an Excellent Mentor. He has always played a vital role in the welfare and prosperity of the university and for the betterment of student’s education. His educational services will never be forgotten. Today a government employee is definitely retiring, but a teacher never retires, a teacher is always remembered in his pupil’s hearts.

“It is an occasion of great joy for a teacher to receive a farewell ceremony in his honor and good bye in a dignified manner, appreciating his services”, he added.

Registrar Dr Azam Khan, while appreciating the academic services of Prof Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi, expressed his best wishes for the future journey of his life.

Prof Dr Syeda Kausar Ali, Prof Dr Haleema Yasmin, Prof Dr Perwaiz Ahmad Makhdoom, Associate Prof Dr Nighat Ali Shah, Associate Prof Dr Surriya Sarwat, Associate Prof Dr Tafazzul Haider Zaidi, Dr Anam, Dr Amber, Qazi Shabbir and others also expressed their views and mentioned the good time spent with Professor Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi.

Afterwards, Prof Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi thanked the Student Council for organizing the farewell ceremony and said that he has had a long and deep relationship with SMC. He has many memories associated with this college, including the university. He got immense love and respect from this university.

At the end of the ceremony, Prof. Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi’s birthday cake was also cut and Ajrak and shields were presented to him.

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