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List of names by Entry Number:


1st Entry
Shujaat Hussain

Ainul Abedin

Muhammed Arif Khan

Farooq Feroze Khan

Moin Ul Islam

M. Ilyas Butt

Alley Ahmed (Shaheed)

3rd Entry
Bakhtiar B. Mirza

Syed Reaz Salim

Abdul Qadir Haye

Muhammad Gulzar Bhatti

Pervez Iqbal

Humayun Mirza

Anis Ur Rehman

Javaid Feroze

4th Entry
Iqbal Unus

Nafees A. Najmi

5th Entry
Mumtaz Ahmed
6th Entry
Tasneem M. Noorani

Hasan Pervez

Ahmed Mujtaba Khan

Mushtaq Ahmed

7th Entry
Imtiaz Ali Rastgar

Shahid Aziz Siddiqi

Nayyar Iqbal Khowaja

9th Entry
Shahid Kamal Khan

Nasir H. Khan

Nazar Hayat Khan

11th Entry
Ahsan Zaki Farooqi

12th Entry
Mahbubul Islam

Mushtaque Ahmed

13th Entry
Tariq Ali Khan

S. Ali Kamal

M. Naqueebur Rahman

Rashid Ahmed

14th Entry
Nadeem Aziz

Farooq Raza

Syed Masood Jamal

15th Entry
Javed Ahmed Khan

Laiq Omar

Husamuddin Ahmadzai

Mukhles Rahman

16th Entry
Kaiser Naseem

Pervaiz Ali Khan

Shahid Nisar Khan

Iftikhar A. Khan

17th Entry
Rezaul Kareem

Chris Alam

U Entry
Shahid Mansoor Ahmed

18th Entry
Shaheen

Muhammad Shafiq

Shaukat Ali

19th Entry
Mohammad Asad Iqbal

Shahzada Saleem Ahmed

Jamshed Ahmed

Mahbubul Alam

64th GD
Sajid Pervaiz

20th Entry / 66th GD
S. Wamiq Abrar

Ghulam Mujaddid

Irfan Elahi

Mohsin S. Haqqani

M. Mustafa Kamal

Saifoor A. Khan

67th GD
Mian Tahir Rashid

21st Entry / 68th GD
Zia Wahid

Ali Muhammad Khan

Kamal Alvi

Anwaar Hussain

Babar Suleman

Sajid Zaheer bhatti

Shahid Mahmood Zaidi

Anwaar Hussain

69th GD
Zaheer Babar

Mohammed Ahmed Athar

Arshad Zaidi

22nd Entry / 70th GD
Sohail Shafi

Hasan Ali

Aqeel Haider

Syed Mohsin Owais

Nehal Akbar

71st GD
M. Muazzam Khan

Attaullah Jan

Muhammad Afzal Bhatti

Sabir Mumtaz Qureshi

73rd GD
Syed Junaid ul Islam

74th GD
M. Shuaib Malik

Syed Nishat Ahmed

Sikandar Bilal Mir

75th GD
Azam Saeed

Mujahid Ali Khan

76th GD
Abid Mustafa

78th GD
Ali Anwar

S. Junaid Rahman

79th GD
Sameen Mazhar

Akmal Abbas Khan

81st GD
Amjad Ikram

83rd GD
Zulfiquar Ahmed Qureshi

26th CAE
Shanawar Hashmi

Salahuddin Chohan

Jawad Haider Sumra

84th GD
Samiul Hasan

Abdul Hayee Bokhari

Fawad Ali

86th GD
Syed Kashif Rafique

Mukarram Qayyum Khan

87th GD
Naveed Iqbal

32nd CAE
Syed Ali Abbas

Hasan Mahmood

Nadeem Shafi Khan

Sajid Ali Khan Tareen

34th CAE
Syed Farhan Ahmad

Aamir Hasan

35th CAE
Faisal Habib

Rehan Ahmad Khan

37th CAE
Rafi Shikoh

Khalid Iqbal Jawaid

89th GD
Amer Ajma

93rd GD
Amir Ahmed Khan

Khurram Jamal Tamimi

38th CAE
Adnan Manan

Muaz Niazi

94th GD
Nauman Faridi

Ihsan Majid Parhar

Hassan Altaf

Qaiser Iqbal

Ahmad Bilal

Muhammad Noman Khaleeq

Usama bin Tahir

Syed Fida Marwat

Adeel Ashraf

Abrar Hassan

Waqar A. Imran Khan

Rizwan Rana

Haroon Suleman

Sajil Rehmat Khan

Muzamil Riffat

Syed Asad Abbas

Bilal Amin

Abdul Karim Khan

26th Entry
Saud Ghulam Nabi

Umair Feroze Awan

Khurram Shahzad Samad

Junaid Abbas Mirza

Muhammad Bilal Butt

Umair Shahid

Junaid Rafique

Muhammad Sheheryar

Yasser Latif Hamdani

28th Entry
Adnan Ashraf

Tashfeen Suleman

Mohammad Ali Ahmed

Hissaan Hasan Haqqani

Ali Luqman Aziz

Mujahid Sharif

33rd Entry
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Profiles

Shujaat Hssain

It is with immense grief that we have to convey the sad news of the sad demise of our dear Shujaat Suhrawardy (Fury-7), who died in Karachi after prolong illness, on Thursday 26 December, 2002. May Allah rest his soul in peace and give courage to his family to bear this irreparable loss. Ameen!

Here is his profile as given to us by him before his demise

My no is 7 and I was in fury house. After leaving school in 57 I did Inter science from Karachi and Medicine from Dow Medical College in 1964, a year before M. Arif (46A). Being the first doctor from the school, I immediately proceed to UK and did higher qualification in anaesthesia. I was in Pakistan during the 71 period and was called up by the Army where I served as classified specialist. I have been UAE medical corp. at Sheik Zayed Military hospital, where I had the honour to anaesthetise the President Sh. Zayed for fracture of clavicle. I left UAE after 14 years due to bypass surgery. I have been in Saudi Arabia for last 4 years, working as a Consultant Anaenesthetist at a Naval base Hospital. I lost my wife two years back due to Ca of the ovary. I have four daughters. The eldest is a doctor married to a an accountant in Karachi. The second is a textile designer third is in final year of BBA at Hamdard in Karachi. The youngest is finishing her O'levels this year. This is in brief about me. I hope to retire next year and do some social work in Karachi. All offers are welcome.

Allah Hafiz

Shujaat Hussain



Ainul Abedin

I am a Consulting Engineer, specializing in Energy Conservation. I have a small consulting company of my own. I have also been awarded Fellowship of American Society of Heating, Refieration and Airconditioning Engineers in 1998 in San Francisco.

Allah Hafiz,

Ainul (School no. 15)



Muhammed Arif Khan

I joined the school in the fist entry, in the real good old days. My name is Muhammed Arif Khan. My school number is 46. I moved from Fury to Attacker house with the formation of the new houses. I still remember the school days as the golden era. I passed out of Sargodha in 1958 and spent the next 2years or so at Government College Lahore, doing my FSc. In 1960 joined the Dow Medical College in Karachi, passing out just as the 1st Indo Pakistan war occurred. I left Pakistan to join the Merchant Navy as a Ship's Senior Surgeon in HongKong in 1966 and roamed most of the Far East. I had the best holiday of my life for two years, then I decided to move to the UK before I forgot all the Medicine I had learnt. I specialised in Paediatrics, but seeing how few consultant post were becoming available in Paediatrics in Britain at that time, I switched to General Practice with special interest in Paediatrics.

I have been in my present position since 1972 and it has been fairly run of the mill with occasional exciting happenings. I have kept in touch with some of the Old friends from Sargodha, but they are very few in Britain. Any Sargodhians passing through the country will be welcome to get in touch. It is always nice to talk and meet them. If I can be of help I shall always do my best.

Muhammed Arif Khan

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Farooq Feroze Khan

My name is Farooq Feroze Khan (69F, 1st Entry). I joined the Pakistan Air Force in November 1956 and retired in November 1997. I now live in Islamabad (a city half the size of NY cemetery but twice as dead). In my pursuit of 'active retirement' I spend considerable time on the computer, read, do crosswords and play golf. I am fortunate to remain in touch with a large number of Sargodhians around the world.

Farooq Feroze Khan


Moin Ul Islam

My name is Moin Ul Islam and my school number was 86S,Sabre House. I was in the First Batch of the school. I was in the Pakistan Air Force and then Bangladesh Air Force. I was released from the Air Force in 1977 and became the Chairman, Inland Water Transport Corporation (BIWTA) for Four years. After this I was sent as Bangladesh Ambassador to Brazil and Surinam also for four years. Then I became the Director General Shipping for two years, then became the Chairman, Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh for two years. After which I retired. Well, in short that was my service life.
After retirement, I started the First Private Domestic Airlines in Bangladesh in 1995 "Aero Bengal Airlines" which kept going for two good years but due to some partnership problem I had to close it. Now, I am in business in Aviation, Dredgers and Govt. Projects. I have retired form service some time back and now try to do some business and projects. Any Sargodians interested to do any business here or outside jointly I will be happy to do something.
My sincere thanks to Bakhtiar in Canada. With my best wishes and warm regards.

Moin Ul Islam


Ilyas Butt (Lahori)

I am M. Ilyas Butt (Lahori) (79F, 1st Entry). I have a private business in Lahore.



Alley Ahmed (Shaheed)

(This information was sent by Mr. Hasan Pervez, ex-324 Fury House, from the 6th entry on the behalf of his brother).

I would like to add my elder brother Alley Ahmed form the 2nd entry (125-F). He attained 'shahadat' during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971, while defending his country (Zafarwal) as a Major in the Armoured Corp.



Bakhtiar Beig Mirza

Dear Brothers,

Assalam-o-Alaikum, My name is Bakhtiar Beig Mirza. I am from the 3rd entry, Attacker house, and my roll no. was 161. I am now living in Montreal, Canada for the last 22 years. I am also the Secretary for Sargodhians for North America.

Your brother,

Bakhtiar



Syed Reaz Salim

Hi Sarghodians

I am from third entry, settle in Dhaka, Bangladesh at present visiting my children in States (USA). I left Sargodha way back but you know that till today I have sweet dream of those wonderful days. If I had a wish I would like to be back to my days in Sargodha, I miss all my friends and well-wishers; my greetings to all. People would remember me since I was The Only Sarghodian who has a Natural Red Hair. Friends, I still have it, but slowly getting gray. I am self-employed and mostly travelling around the world, that's when I met my old buddy Bakhtair 161A and from friends we became relative: my son Salim married his daughter Noreen. Imagine we met after long 40 years.

Dear Sargodhain, we have left an excellent example for all of you to follow. Believe me nothing like a Sargodhain reunion.

Beside my wife Asefa, I have two sons and a daughter. All of them are at present in USA. Rafay my eldest son is working in a Computer Company, he is an MCSE and Cisco qualified. Complete MSc from U Penn and Salim also in Computer Company did his Bachelor from Lewis and Clark College, Portland. He is programmer and working in Chicago. Our only daughter Samreen is a senior, majoring in Graphic Design and communication. Allah has been very kind and merciful. please contact me at reazbhai@yahoo.com

Well friends that's all for now.

Ma salam, Allah Hafiz

Syed Reaz Salim


Abdul Qadir Haye

It was a pleasure viewing Sargodhians web page. It was impressive and I could visualise the efforts that are put in. Great job! Well done and keep it up!

I am a fairly old Sargodhian, having joined PAF School in the 3rd Entry in October 1955. My number was 167 Fury. We had the good fortune of seeing the school develop in its infancy and I have always carried very happy memories of my stay there.

While at school, our first House Master was Mr. Gilbert. Later we had Mr. Power and then Mr. Ruck. I owe a lot to my Teachers from Sargodha, who were all a very dedicated and committed lot. Both I and my children are even today in regular touch with Mr. J. C. Buckman (House Master Tempest), our Geography Teacher, who lives in Sussex, England. While in England (1986-89) we were also in regular contact with Mr. A. B. Chightai, (so lovingly called ABC) and the late Mr. G. Stott, (our Vice Principal). An old man nearing 90, he would write to me regularly. Fortunately, I have some of his hand written letters, which show the closeness that our teachers shared with us.

After leaving school in 1958, I rejoined Burn Hall School, Abbottabad and did Senior Cambridge the following year. Later in 1965, I did my Masters in English from Peshawar University, sat for the CSS Examination in 1966 and was selected for and joined Police Service of Pakistan in 1967. After initial Police Training in Sardah (then in East Pakistan), I served in various assignments in Pakistan and abroad, until I was promoted to the rank of Inspector General of Police in 1993. I was I.G. Police Islamabad in 1996 and IGP Baluchistan in 1999/2000. These days, I am serving as Commandant,National Police Academy, Islamabad. I am however looking forward to my Retirement in a few months time.

I have a personal E-Mail addresses, which is:

qadirhaye@hotmail.com

I shall be very happy to hear from Sargodhians and if I can be of any assistance, it shall be an honour and privilege.

Abdul Qadir Haye

167-Fury.



Muhammad Gulzar Bhatti

Muhammad Gulzar Bhatti (180, Sabre House). Joined PAF School in the 3 rd entry in October 1955. Was in the first batch that went beyond the Senior Cambridge / Matric to complete F. Sc. at Sargodha in 1962.

I could not join PAF / Army on medical grounds. Joined PIA in 63 in the Airport services Dept. My postings route has been Lahore - Karachi - Islamabad - Jeddah - Islamabad - Singapore - Islamabad - New York.

I'll be completing my New York tenure by the end of 2000 & return to Islamabad. By working in PIA, me & my family have had the privilege & pleasure of residing & traveling worldwide.

I have 3 children. My eldest daughter Farhana is happily married and settled in New York & has 3 children which makes me a grandfather.

Next my son Khurram is doing Computer Science at the Stony Brook University in New York. He will Insha Allah graduate in may 2000. Youngest daughter Saadia has just done her graduation. Well, that's about all.

With best regards.

Muhammad Gulzar Bhatti



Pervez Iqbal

I am Pervez Iqbal (3rd Entry, 183-Attacker House). I was in the same entry and same house as Bakhtiar, who has been very active in keeping the old sargodhians alive. I joined the 33rd GDP course, in 1960, and sent to Cranwell UK in 1961. I graduated from there 3 years later. I joined 18 squadron in early 1965, saw Rann of kutch and the 1965 war flying F-86 Sabres. I was then transferred to 23 squadron which was one of the first MIG-19 Squadrons. In 1969 I was made ADC to the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Rahim Khan. I saw the 1971 war from the office... I was relieved of my post as ADC in Jan. 1972, as I became inceasingly vocal to the Chief for the disgusting way the war had been conducted.

I was sent to 6 squadron where I flew the F-27( which recently crashed killing the Chief )and did some 30 hours on the C-130. They roped me in the infamous Badaber trials and wrongfully sent me out of the Air Force, in 1973.

I struggled quite a bit to establish myself in Civil Aviation... doing spray flying with Jaffer Bros in Sind... finally my luck broke! I was picked up by a Swiss Company Ciba Geigy,in 1975, to spray the cities of Mecca and Medina, Jeddah and Taif.

I joined corporate aviation in 1977, flying Learjets, HS-125,from Jeddah. Now I am just a bit over 60... still flying from Jeddah on B-737 and B-767 private jets. I moved to Canada in 1980, to Vancouver... where my family resides. Oh just for referance... I was one course senior to Abbas Khattak!!!

take care, and please keep me in the loop.

Best wishes

Pervez

in Dubai with the plane... on a trip


Humayun Mirza

I was in sabre house, 3rd Entry (189S). I was in the school from 1955 to 1960. After leaving school, I went to college in Karachi and from there in 1962, I left for London for chartered accountancy. I remained in London till 1977 and then came to Kuwait and have been here ever since. I am looking after the financial affairs of a large private group by the name of MARAFIE and they are engaged in real estate, investments and trading activities.

I am married, have two children, a boy and a girl. My wife is a teacher in International school of Pakistan in Kuwait. Md my son is now working in california after having graduated from university of Texas in Austin, last year. My daughter is studying in York university in Canada. Alhamdolillah, life has been good and we all have to thank Allah all the time.

Best Regards,

Humayun


Anis Ur Rehman

I am Anis Ur Rehman (117A). I was born in Karachi, Pakistan. I did my elementary school from Karachi. I joined P.A.F public school/college Sargodha, in 1953. I did my Senior Cambridge in 1958. I did not join Air Force. After leaving school in 1958, I did Intermediate and then M.B.B.S. from Karachi. I was appointed as a medical officer in L.M.C Karachi. Later on I got the post of Registrar in the chest dept. After working for two years as a Registrar, I got a job in P.M. Military hospital in Saudi Arabia. I am here for the last 20 years now, working in the ER dept.

I am married and have by the grace of ALLAH, six children, all studying in Karachi, three of my daughters are in medical college, (two in dentistry and one is doing M.B.B.S.). My son is in Matric. He is studying in Karachi Cantonment.

Anis Ur Rehman



Javaid Feroze

Yes! I am a Sargodhian. I was there from 1955 to 1959 (3rd entry), Saber House, 204. I joined the army a bit late and was commissioned in Infantry (8 FF Regiment) in 1966. Served all over the country, including East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). Got married in 1975 and have two sons, Armughan (21), Furqan (17) and a daughter Ghizlan (14). Retired in 1987as a Col. and at present I am running a security company. I also deal in Real Estate, mainly defence Lahore/Karachi.

Javaid Feroze.



Iqbal Unus

I am Iqbal Unus. My school number was 218 and I am from 3rd Entry, Fury House. Though, I stayed in Tempest House for a short time in the beginning probably because Fury House was being built or being renovated. (Let's see if someone remembers what could be the reason.) I was in Sargodha from 1956 to 1962. I was the Head Prefect of Fury House and also the Head Boy of the School. I was also the editor of the School's newsletter. I was in the first batch that went beyond Cambridge "A" Level to doing F.Sc. 2nd year.

It is a happy surprise to get in touch with Sargodhians after a long time. It will take me a while to bring back 36-40 years old memories. After Sargodha, I went to Dacca University on an Inter-wing Scholarship. Completed B.Sc (Hons.) and M.Sc. in physics. From there, I returned to spend about four years in Lahore and Islamabad. Then I came to the United States, Atlanta, GA, in March 1970. I have been in the U.S. ever since.

I did my M.S. in Nuclear Engineering at Georgia Tech in 1971 and Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics at Emory University in 1977. I have actually had a career change since 1977, when I joined the General Secretariat of the Muslim Students Association of the United States and Canada as Director of Administration. Later I served as Secretary General of the Islamic Society of North America until 1989. Then I joined the International Institute of Islamic Thought as Director of Human Development until I moved to my present position in 1996 as Dean of Students/Registrar at the School of Islamic and Social Sciences, which is an independent graduate school offering Master's degrees in Islamic studies.

Along the way I have been a volunteer leader in organizations like the Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers and I also taught at King Abdul Aziz University in Jeddah from 1980 to 1982.

Now I live in Herndon, Virginia, outside Washington, D.C. with my family.

Was salaam,

Iqbal Unus



Mumtaz Ahmed

I am 295 Tempest from the 5th entry. I was in the school from August 1956 to January 1960. As I look back down the memory lane, I feel that the most wonderful period of my life was the period that I spent in this great institution.
I had joined the PAF Academy in 1960 and was commissioned in June 1963. Served in No 18, 5 and 23 Squadrons. Three years tenure in the Academy as a QFI.
I was the Chief of Air Staff BAF from 1987 to 1991.
I have a son and a daughter, both living in Canada and have four lovely grandchildren.
My wife and myself live in Dhaka.

With best regards

Mumtaz



Nafees Ahmed Najmi

I joined PAF Public School in 1956 in the 4th Entry. I was 243, in the Fury House. My elder brother Jamil Ahmed, 195-F was from 3rd Entry. Unfortunately, he died of renal failure two years back.

I joined the Pakistan Air Force and was commissioned in 1964 in 37th G. D(P). I was flying transport aircraft in the PAF. Apart from postings in the PAF, I also served as DG Logistics in Joint Staff Headquarters and my final posting before retirement was as Chief Instructor at the National Defence College, Islamabad. I retired in 1996 and became Managing Director, Shaheen Foundation. I completed my contract at the Foundation in 1999 and have been living happily thereafter.

I have three children, all boys. The eldest is a young fighter pilot presently at Sargodha. The second son is an Electronic Engineer, currently at Cornell University doing his Masters. The third one is studying in Islamabad and is in 3rd Semester of BCS.

I would be happy to team up with some overseas Sargodhian to look after the Pakistani end in a mutually beneficial commercial venture, possibly related to Software development or transcription work etc.

I have plenty of time as of now and would be happy to exchange notes with Sargodhians.

Nafees A. Najmi



Tasneem M. Noorani

Dear Sargodhians

I was delighted to see the Sargodhian website. It is a most effective use of the latest technology. It will also keep in touch with each other who are not as enthusiastic as Bakhtiar (161), my old friend.

I am 311 Attacker House. I was in school from August 1956 to March 1960. I did my B.Sc. (Geology) from Government College, Lahore and M.Sc. (Goeology) 1967, Punjab University. I Joined the CSP (Civil Service of Pakistan) in 1968. My postings have been :

  • Assistant Commissioner Bhalwal (near Sargodha ) and then at Shakargarh. During the 1971 war. While posted at Shakargarh I got a Tamgha for action in war.
  • I have been posted as Deputy Commissioner D.G Khan
  • I have been Pakistan's Charge de` Affairs (head of mission i.e flying the flag) of our embassy in Singapore.
  • I have been posted as commissioner Faisalabad.
  • I have been Secretary Planning and then Secretary Education of Punjab.
  • Currently I am Director of the Civil Services Academy Lahore, training the future administrators of Pakistan.
  • This December I have been elected Chairman of the Lahore Gymkhana Club. I am interested in doing something for education in Pakistan in my personal capacity for which I propose to make an NGO. Sargodhians interested in helping out should write in.
  • While Commissioner Faisalabad, I had organised a construction of a Cadet College called Sandal Public School near Faisalabad for which we had to raise almost 50 million rupees. To start up the school we recruited a British Principal. This school is spread over 50 acres, has accommodation for 200 boys, has a good staff colony, beautiful grounds ect. After I was transferred from Faisalabad, the British Principal left and the standard of the school went down. Now with Anas Bhai and the Old Sargodhian Association, we are trying to take over the management of the school in order to make it like another Sargodha School. As a first step, Mr Qadeer, one of the earliest teachers at Sargodha has taken over as consultant of the school.
  • So Sargodhians, keep in touch and let us get together to do something for the people of the country, apart from of course, coming to each others help.
  • Regards.

    Tasneem M. Noorani. 311-Attacker

    5 DMG Campus, CSA, The Mall, Lahore, Pakistan

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    Hasan Pervez

    I am Hasan Pervez (aka Puppu), ex-324 Fury House, from the 6th entry. I joined the School in the fall of 1957 and left in 1963. During my last year at the School. I was appointed the School Head Boy. For those Sargodhians who were my seniors, I would like to add that my elder brother was Alley Ahmed form the 2nd entry (125-F). He attained 'shahadat' during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971, while defending his country (Zafarwal) as a Major in the Armoured Corp.

    I have some of the fondest memories of my stay at Sargodha School and have no hesitation in saying that those were the best years of my life yet. The teachers were so dedicated and selfless...and they certainly left an indelible impact on the personalities of all those whom they taught. I could go on ad-infinitum, but that is not the purpose of this e-mail. This is just to introduce myself to the Sargidhian community at large. I am currently in The State of Qatar, a country in the Arabian Gulf peninsula. I can be reached on the address given in the e-mail directory. Take care and good luck!

    Hasan Pervez.



    Ahmed Mujtaba Khan

    I am from 6th entry, Tempest house. I join PAF School Sargodha in 1969 for GD(p). But due to having a flat foot, I could not continue in Risalpur. Now, I am running a small bussnies in Islamabad. I have an agency for Caltax oil in Islamabad.

    Ahmed Mujtaba Khan



    Mushtaq Ahmed

    I am Mushtaq Ahmed, 340 Attacker House, 6th Entry ( '57-'62 ). After Senior Cambridge, i joined PAF Academy Risalpur in 38th GD. I was commissioned as Fighter Controller in '64. Went on deputation to Libya '73-'75. I enjoyed some exciting & challenging assignments in the PAF. Took pre-mature retirement as Wing Commander in '82. I am presently working as Instructor in Qatar Emiry Air Force.

    Played football & Cricket for the School. Receipient of Certificate of Merit for Cricket at PAF Academy, Risalpur and played for PAF in Inter-Services. I enjoy Bridge game, regularly play in the club here and won tournaments. Seasonal gardening is very satisfying. Though very late in life but couldn't resist the temptation of occasional free lance writing; notably "Born Free" for Dawn, "Time for Self Discovery", "Myth of Peaceful India" for Gulf Times and "Reawakening Lost Idealism" for Pakistan Link.

    I am married with 5 children (3 sons & 2 daughters). Family settled in Los Angeles. Elder son & daughter are married. 2nd son graduated, working & preparing for Masters. 3rd son in University & younger daughter in High School.

    Looking back, it has been a pleasant journey Alhamdolillah. Thanks to my teachers in the school; thanks to my friends for the delightful time together. Long live the Sargodhian spirit. Please feel free to communicate.

    With very best wishes.

    Mushtaq Ahmed



    Imtiaz Ali Rastgar

    I am Imtiaz Ali Rastgar, 352-Tempest House, 7th Entry. I was at Sargodha from Sept. 1958 to Nov 1961. Left Sargodha after appearing for my Senior Cambridge exam. My e-mail address is iar@rastgar.com

    After leaving Sargodha, I completed my education at the Punjab University with Honours in Bachelor of Commerce. Took training in Metal Casting and started a small business enterprise, Rastgar Engineering Co.

    I have always felt indebted to Pakistan for the education given to me at Sargodha at virtually zero cost to my Father, who would not have been able to afford it in case the actual fees/costs had been charged. This was the main reason I decided not to leave Pakistan and contribute to its economy and prosperity in whatever small way I could by staying on this soil and paying its taxes and contributing to its GNP.

    Rastgar Engineering Company is now 32 years, makes axe components for the automotive assemblers in Paksitan and exports about half of its productionto similar assembly lines in UK, France and Ireland, The details of our products can be seen on our web site http://www.rastgar.com E-mail: iar@rastgar.com

    I look after several skill development activities as Chairman of the Islamabad Skill Development Council, and some Technical Training Colleges working to impart manufacturing and computer skills to Students who do not make it to university.

    I travel widely, mostly in Europe, North Americal and the Far East.

    I have, by the Grace of Allah, one daughter and three sons. My daughter is married and lives in New Jersey, USA, two elder sons are married and have joined me in our business after completing their professional studies. The youngest son is study for his degree in Manufacturing Engineering at Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore.

    I would like to receive mail from all Sargodhian, particularly from those involved with training development activities, educational activities and in automotive component manufacturing and marketing.

    For all Sargodhian, I pray for all of Allah's bounties in both worlds.

    Imtiaz Rastgar


    Shahid Aziz Siddiqi

    I am Shahid Aziz Siddiqi, 358A, Attacker House, 7th Entry. After my "O" levels from the School,I did my "A" levels from KGS, Karachi. I went to F.C. College, Lahore and did my BA in 1965 and was third in the Punjab University. I was also the Secretary of the Students Union. I did my MA from KU topping in General History in 1967. I was selected to the CSP in 1968 through the CSS examination, topping in the country. During my 32 years career in the Civil Service, I have held various posts like D.C.,Thatta, Sanghar and Larkana and Commissioer, Karachi Division. I have also been D.G. Hajj,Jeddah, DG Ports and Shipping and Chairman, National Highway Authority. I retired in 2000. After retirement, I have been the Executive Director, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, a not for profit degree awarding institution in Karachi. After a three year tenure, I am now moving to Ziauddin Medical University, Karachi, as Vice Chancellor.

    I am married. My wife and I have four children. I am a lazy bones and generally like to read and listen to music. I played cricket and competed in Athletics in School competently and was drafted into other games with often disasterous results to the satisfaction of my close friends. Having said that, I was quite a good debater. This was very useful in the detention periods, when I was encouraged to bore the life out of the teacher on duty by my fellew sufferers by repeated references to "injustice" in the School. This stood me in good stead later when I competed with ex-Senater Javed Jabbar and now Speaker of Sind assembly, Syed Muzzafar Hussain Shah at the Karachi University. While I have called it a day, my two friends continue to bore the nation. Helloo are you asleep?

    Regards,

    SAS.


    Nayyar Iqbal Khowaja

    This is Nayyar Iqbal Khowaja. School number 386. 7th Entry. Sabre House. I left Sargodha after doing my Matric in 1962. I completed my F.Sc. from Government College, Lahore and went on to do my M. Sc. in Chemical Technology from Punjab University, Lahore. Thereafter I did my Post GraduateDiploma and Ph.D. in Metallurgy from Imperial College, London.

    After completing my education, I joined Pakistan Steel Mills Corporation, Karachi in 1974. Currently I am serving as General Manager (Quality Assurance Department).

    I am married and have a daughter (Sarah) and a son (Usman). Sarah is doing her M.B.A from I.B.A., Karachi and Usman is doing his Chartered Accountancy from I.C.A.P., Karachi.

    Nayyar Iqbal Khowaja

    Shahid Kamal Khan

    My name is Shahid Kamal Khan (426-S). I am from 9th Entry, joined the PAF, flew fighters, retired August, 1998, as an Air Commodore. I was born in Abbotabad, Pakistan. I did my initial schooling in Quetta, (St. Francis Grammar School) and then joined PAF School Sargodha in 1959. (426-S). Passed my Senior Cambridge in the First Division (two distinctions, I think (stood second in the school) and then joined the PAF in 42 GD(P) entry.

    I was selected for training at the Royal Air Force College in Cranwell, England. Returned to Pakistan in 1968 as a Flying Officer and continued to fly fighters in the PAF at various locations but the bulk of my service was spent in Sargodha. The PAF life was quite varied and exciting. I did a number of exciting jobs both on the ground and in the air. I am an A1 instructor category holder from the Central Flying School of the Royal Air Force and a graduate of the Royal Air Force Staff College, Bracknell. I have studied for a while at the University of Southern California, flew F16s when they came to Pakistan, commanded an F16 Squadron, a Wing and a Base.

    I retired as an Air Commodore after 32 years of Service in August, 1998. In September, 1994, I was sent as Managing Director of Shaheen Air International, the PAF sponsored Airline.

    On retiring, I have entered into business on my own; being a computer buff, I am into software development and other related activities. I am looking for any enterprising venture that requires a sharp mind and a dedicated work ethic.

    I am married with two sons, the elder having done his BBA (MIS) and the younger, his BBA in Business Law and Finance from Washington University at St. Louis.

    Presently, I am living in Karachi, my address is 31, AFOHS, Shaheed e Millat Road, Karachi. I would love to hear from other Sargodhians. My e-mail address is skk@cyber.net.pk

    Regards,

    Shahid


    Nasir H. Khan

    I am Nasir H. Khan, 428, sabre,of 9th entry. Joined school in 1959 and left after senior camb. in1964. I was in 42nd. g.d.(p). Commissioned in 1966. Served PAF till 1990. Retired as a Group Capt. Joined PIA in 1990 and am to date flying with the airline. I am looking for my entry fellows who are not listed with any Sargodha chapter. 427-sabre - Kaleem-ur-rehman, 429-Nazrul, 436-Attacker - Farooqui, 438-another Nazrul, 440-sabre, - Daud Humayun Beg, 441-Attacker - Badruzzaman, 445-sabre - Haroon Rashid Mirza, 448-sabre - Akber Ghani, 450-Attacker - Kamal Mahmood, 452-Attacker - Ameer, 466-Fury - Tahir Aslam, 469-Sabre - Mmehboob Elahi, 477-Fury - Waheed Qazi, 478-Sabre - K. B. Mehboob. I am in touch with all other 9th entry boys. My postal address is: Gp.Capt. Nasir H. Khan, I.H. 29, street no.1, shaheen housing Faisal, Shaheed e millat road extn. Karachi-75350. Pakistan. I look forward to hearing from all of you.

    Khuda hafiz.

    Nasir Khan



    Nazar Hayat Khan

    * 449-Attacker House

    * 9th Entry

    * College: 1959 - 1964

    * Air Force: 1964 - 1989 (F-86, F-104, Migs, Mirage)

    * PIA: 1989 - 1997 (Fokker, B-707, AirBus 310)

    * Civil Aviation: 1998 -

    *Wife: Nasim Kauser

    * Son: Zafar Hayat Khan - Process Eng. Dana Corp., Syracuse, Indiana, USA.

    * Son: Faisal Hayat Khan - Commercial Pilot - Presently doing Computer science Major at Tri-State University, Indiana, USA.

    *Interests: Freelance Writing, Computer Technology.

    *Website: http://www.geocities.com/nazarhayatkhan/

    * email: nazarhayatkhan@yahoo.com

    *Address: 27-C; Askari 3; Cantt.; Karachi 75530

    *TeL: (9221) 5673477/5673768/9218204

    Nazar Hayat Khan



    Ahsan Zaki Farooqi

    I am Ahsan Zaki Farooqi, 510S, 11th Entry - Sabre house

    After an unsuccessful career in the Air Force, I came to New York in 1970 and have lived here ever since. I have been in the telecommunications field since 1974 and have worked/learned my way through the likes of ITT, AT&T, Verizon, Northern Telecom, ROLM and so on. I got married rather late, at the ripe age of 40, and have two sons 10 and 12. Believe me, they keep me young.
    I am exteremly proud of the accomplishments of all Sargodhians in and out of the military and even prouder to be called a Sargodhian. My hats off to everyone who has contributed to keeping this web site the way it is. Good luck to all.

    Ahsan Zaki Farooqi



    Mohammad Mahbubul Islam

  • Year in PAF Public School Sargodha: September 1961 - December 1965 Attacker House, School prefect 1964-65, School number 596; Entry: 12th
  • Cleared ISSB in May 1966 but was made unfit for GD(p) in Pakistan Air Force
  • Had an option to join the Army but preferred to remain as a Civilian.
  • Completed HSC from Notre Dame College,in 1968 Dhaka

  • Completed my Bsc Engineering in Mechanical from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka in March 1974.
  • Did Graduate Diploma in Management from Deakin University, Australiain 1995
  • Worked as Assistance Engineer in Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corp. in Dhaka from April 1974 to oct 1976
  • Did my own construction business from Oct 1976 to June 1980
  • Doing inland shipping business since 1978
  • Had Garment Manufacturing Industry from 1984 to 1986
  • Have a Flour Milling Industry from 1980 to date
  • Finance management business since 1996.
  • I am the lone founder of a College in Bangladesh.

  • My family members and myself are dual citizens of Bangladesh and Australia.

    Married with four children.

    With Best regards

    M.M.Islam



    Mushtaque Ahmed

    I'm sure I'm not alone in experiencing the thrill and boyish excitement at discovering this wonderful wonderful link with the past. I left Sargodha in Dec, 1965, the year of the Indo-Pak war, the year of my Cambridge exams, the year when we spent some of the most memorable days in my life during our brief sojourn in the beautiful Murree hills when we were evacuated from the battle front of Sargodha Air base to the relative safety of Lower Topa Public School.

    Since then, Sargodha lived on as it still lives on in our dreams and nostalgic memories. Thanks to this website, I was momentarily transported to a beautiful place 32 years in the past. My greetings to all Sargodhians wherever they may be.

    Mushtaque Ahmed

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    Tariq Ali Khan

    I am Tariq Ali Khan and I studied at Sargodha from 1962 to 1967. My school number was 612 and I was from 13th entry. I was from Fury which during my stay won the Chigwell Shield four times in a row. I was in most of my house teams and became a College Prefect in my final year. On my leaving school I was declared medically unfit to become a pilot.

    I joined the Army in 1968 and was commissioned in the Armoured Corps. I am now serving as Logistics Area Commander at Karachi where I hope to settle and find a job after retirement. I have three sons Taimur, Nadir and Sikander. Taimur is doing his BBA Honours from IBA, Nadir and Sikander go to St Patrick's School. I live at 228 /3 E I Lines Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan Road behind Hotel Mehran. My email address is takhan@cyber.net.pk

    Take care,

    Tariq


    S. Ali Kamal

    I am S. Ali Kamal (621-Tempest. 13th Entry), e-mail address Gloriakamal@aol.com. I am living in Houston, Texas. And have a computer business by the name of United Business Machines Inc., I am CFO of the company. It is a mid sized computer manufacturing company. I would like to hear from other Sargodians.

    S. Ali Kamal

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    M. Naqueebur Rahman

    I am M. Naqueebur Rahman (646-F) from 13th Entry. Joined in September 1962 and left in December 1966 immediately after Senior Cambridge Examination. Was a Flt Cdt with 49 GD(P), later joined 46th PMA Long-Course. Served in the Army till 1997 and retired as Lt. Col. At present engaged in own Business. Married to Nafisa Begum (Mili) and blessed with two sons; Nawshad , Nadeem.

    All Sargodhians are cordially welcome to contact me. Postal Address:
    Houe # 239, Lane 03,
    DOHS Baridhara,
    Dhaka Cantonment,
    Dhaka 1206.

    nrahman@linkbd.net

    Occasional exchange of notes will be appreciated.

    Khoda Hafez
    Naqueeb


    Rashid Ahmed

    Air-Commodore Rashid Ahmed, 660-Sabre House. 13th Entry. Now Base Commander Dhaka AFB Bangladesh Air Force.
    Mailing Address: Air Cde Rashid Ahmed, Air Headquarters, Dhaka Cantonment, Bangladesh.

    With best regards

    Rashid Ahmed



    Nadeem Aziz

    Nadeem Aziz, 680-A, 14th Entry, 1963-67

    VP Corp. Finance, MedLink International, Denver, Colorado, USA

    Nadeem Aziz



    Farooq Raza

    Farooq Raza, 14th Entry, 1963-67

    My father was in the PAF, Wg Cdr Mirza Haider Raza and later on in the PIA. He was transferred to the UK in 1964 and he decided to live in the UK. After I finished my stint in Sargodha at the end of 1967, I came to the UK to join my family in early 1968.

    I was in Saber/Rafique house and I was the Head Boy in 1967. It was ironic, when I joined the school in 1963, our house won the Chigwell Shield and when I left in 1967, we won the Chigwell Shield again.

    Basically, I was in all my house teams other than Gymnastics. For the school, I was in the cricket, basketball and hockey teams. I won school colors for cricket and basketball. I remained number 1 table tennis player for all the four years I was there.

    So much of my stint at the school. Since the school I have gone downhill. Only kidding!!!!

    And now I am a Vice President of Marketing & Co-Founder of a companty called Mayan Networks, http://www.mayannetworks.com Santa Clara, California. I have over 18 years of experience in marketing, product planning and development of data and telecommunications products, networks and systems.

    Prior to founding MAYAN, I had dual responsibilities of a Senior Business Development Manager and Senior Product Line Manager at Verilink where I was instrumental in developing Verilink’s five year product plan and had product management responsibilities for DS-3/M13/ATM and xDSL products. Prior to Verilink, I had various product management, business development and systems architect positions in other companies, including, Siemens-Rolm, Amdahl Communications and Hewlett Packard.

    I was the Vice-Chair of the Residential and Small Business Workgroup of the ATM Forum and represented my companies at the ADSL Forum, SMDS Interest Group, ANSI T1 and ITU Committee meetings. I have MSc in Communications Engineering from Manchester University, UK.

    I am married to Rukhsana and we have two sons, Wahid (nearly 9) and Aamir (61/2). I came to Canada in 1982 from the UK and since 1990, I have been living in California.

    Khuda Hafiz

    Farooq



    Syed Masood Jamal

    I couldn't join the Air Force because I was found to be colour-blind in my final year at Sargodha, so if I couldn't have the most exciting career in the world, I would try the most boring! So I joined Gordon College in Rawalpindi and completed a degree in Economics. Then joined the IBA at Karachi University, for a brief time before coming to London to train as an accountant. I met my wife here and now am the managing partner of the firm I first trained with. It is definitely not boring!!!

    My e-mail address is jamal@spencerhyde.com.uk at work and Diane.Jamal@btinternet.com.uk at home. I am particularly interested in joining the UK branch of old students and would love to hear from other 14th entry cadets.

    Masood Jamal



    Javed Ahmed Khan

    Commodore Javed Ahmed Khan (749T) passed away on December 25th, 2000 in UK. Commodore Javed Ahmed Khan (749T) was working as Pakistan Defence attache in U.K. On 25th December 2000, while fixing the T.V. anteena fell of the roof and died. We have held two session to pray for the departed soul in Islamabad. Please pray for his soul may rest in peace. Amin! If you wish to send an E-mail to his son, Umar may E.mail to him on the address given here.
    gernemo@hotmail.com
    Phone # 207-245-0978
    Javed’s elder brother Mr. Aftab Ahmed Khan’s email address may be noted. He lives in Islamabad.
    aftabislamabad@hotmail.com
    Phone # (Off) 2822504, (Res) 5504023.

    Here is an email Javed bhai sent us earlier: My entry was 15th. I joined Pakistan Navy in 1971 & I am Captain in the Navy now.

    Capt. J A Khan.



    Laiq Omar

    I did not join GD(P) but did graduation in engineering from PAF COLLEGE OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING .I did my BE, (AEROSPACE), in 1974 and was commisioned in the Engineering branch of the PAF. I was probably the first SARGODHIAN to have joined this branch of the PAF.I have done all the field and staff appointments and am posted at Peshawar. I was promoted to the rank of GROUP CAPTAIN in 1995. Once again, I will appreciate your efforts and keep in touch.

    Khuda Hafiz

    Laiq Omar



    Husamuddin Ahmadzai

    I am Husamuddin Ahmadzai (743 A, 15th Entry). After Sargodha, I went to FC College and the Institute of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Punjab University, Lahore. Therefater, I did my Masters in Metallurgy from the University of New South Wales, Sydney and obtained my Doctorate in Metallurgy from Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

    Currently I am Principal Executive Officer at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and Special Adviser to the Nordic Finance Group (including Nordic Investment Bank and the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation).

    Life nowadays involves a lot of travelling and flying around the globe but much was ingrained in the greenfields of the School and Attacker House under Mr. Fasihuddin's watchful eyes. It would be nice to hear from old fellows.

    Aim High!

    Regards

    Husamuddin Ahmadzai



    Mukhles Rahman


    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

    • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, 1981
    • M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, 1979
    • University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1977
    • M.S.M.E., University of New Brunswick, Canada, 1977
    • B.S.M.E, University of Engineering, Lahore, Pakistan, 1974
    • Pakistan Air Force College/Public School, Sargodha, Pakistan, 1964-69
    • Mymensingh Zilla School, Mymensingh, Bangladesh, 1959-64

    APPOINTMENTS

  • Owens-Illinois, Toledo, Ohio 1997-present
    • NPD Manager & Team Leader Oasis, Industrial Applications

  • Calmar, Inc., Los Angeles, California & Kansas City, Missouri 1995-97
    • Product Development Manager,

  • MR QUALITY ENGINEERING, Penfield, New York 1993 - 1994
    • Provide training in SPC, TQM, Mechanical and Quality Engineering for productivity improvement.
    • Taught over 10 classes in SPC, Taguchi Method, QFD, Pugh Process and TQM for major corporations
    • Organized TQM and "World-Class by (Quality) Design" conferences with over 1000 attendees
    • Built a nonprofit corporation called GRACE for promoting quality in the Greater Rochester area

  • Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York 1981-93
    • Group Leader, Project Engineering
    • Senior Engineer, Manufacturing Operations
    • Technology Champion, Copy Products R &D
    • Senior Laboratory Engineer, KAD Research Lab

  • University of Rochester, Rochester, New York 1982-87
    • Adjunct Faculty
  • Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York 1982-85
    • Adjunct Faculty
  • University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 1977-81
    • Teaching/Research Assistant
  • University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada 1977
    • Teaching/Research Assistant
  • University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada, 1975-77
    • Teaching/Research Assistant
  • National Engineering Services, Lahore, Pakistan 1974-75
    • Junior Engineer

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

    • Quality Technologies Revitalizing Communities- Proceeding of the World Quality Congress, Helsinki, Finland, June, 1993.
    • Greater Rochester Area Council for Excellence- ASQC Annual Quality Congress, Boston, Massachussetts, May 1993.
    • World-Class by Design: On-time Quality Products- Proceeding of the World-Class by Design Conference, Rochester, New York, November, 1991.

    Books

    • Paper Handling Handbook (Eastman Kodak) 1992.
    • Guide to Quality Functions Deployment 1994.
    • Journey in Quality - Community Quality Councils Notes 1994.

    CURRENT WORK ACTIVITY

    • Program Manager, Team Leader for Oasis Ink Cartridges for Hewlett-Packard
    • Mold (Injection) development
    • Automatic Assembly
    • Materials Engineering
    • Component Supplier Quality & Technical Management

    CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITY

    • Product & Technology Development, Engineering, Quality & Manufacturing Management
    • World Class Companies and Communities using Community Quality Councils
    Here is my homepage address for the Sargodhian Page:

    http://homepages.go.com/~mukhlesrahman/.

    Aap ka Mukhles,

    Mukhles Rahman



    Kaiser Naseem

    I am from the 16th entry but was at Sargodha from 1965 to 1970 only because of a double promotion in 1967 when the system was changed from Cambridge to Matriculation. So we completed (15 of us) with the 15th entry. We were also later joined by the U entry from Lower Topa.

    Now I work for the International Finance Corporation (The World Bank's private sector arm) and cover the Central Asian Republics from Islamabad, where I am now based. I am pretty regular in attending the Sargodhian get-togethers at the PAF Golf Club but owing to my extensive travel schedule I also miss quite a few. I am in regular and constant touch with Anas Bhai who I consider responsible for keeping all us Sargodhians together.

    Best Regards

    Kaiser



    Pervaiz Ali Khan

    I am Pervaiz Ali Khan, 16th Entry, number 785 Fury/ Iqbal house. I was in Sargodha School from 1965 to 1970.

    Alhamdo lil Allah, I have had a very successful and satisfied life and I attribute that, in great proportion, to PAF Public School Sargodha. Blessed with a lovely family, a wife and 4 kids. 2 Daughters and 2 sons. Eldest daughter is married and settled in Karachi. Rest 3 are with us. 2 Sons are studying in university and the youngest daughter is about to finish her high school.

    Joined PAF in 1970. Had the honour of having ACM Mushaf Ali Mir (Shaheed) as my Instructor in the Academy. Flew fighters and served my instructional tenure. Left PAF in 1981 after the death of my elder brother.

    Worked in the civil sector and dabbled in business for almost 4 years. Realized that my true passion and profession was flying. Luckily at the same time received an offer from UAE Air Force to join as an Instructor Pilot for Basic and Advanced training. Had a wonderful time there.

    In 2001 immigrated to Canada. Initially worked for an Asset Management Company and now have set up a Management Consultancy and Trading companies in partnership (Oil and Gas Industry, Energy sector, Real Estate particularly Industrial, Commercial and Investments and trade in a variety of products).

    Hobbies: Playing with my grand daughter, reading and sports.

    Pervaiz Ali Khan



    Shahid Nisar Khan

    I am Shahid Nisar Khan and I joined PAF Public School, Sargodha in Sep'65 in the 16th entry (787/S). I was in Sabre house, the name of which was changed to Rafiqui House when the Public School became PAF College. I joined the PAF as a fighter pilot in 1971 and graduated in 1973. I am presently an Air Commodore and based at Islamabad. I would sure like to hear more about all from 15th and 16th entry.

    Shahid Nisar Khan



    Iftikhar A. Khan

    I am an old Sargodhian of 16th entry (1965-71). My college number was 818(Rafiqui). I am an Electrical Engineer and am serving in NESPAK as General Manager.

    Best regards.

    Iftikhar A. Khan


    Muhammed Rezaul Kareem

    Here is my brief life history since 1967. I am originally from Tangail in Bangladesh but I spent all my life in Pakistan (until 1973) since my father served in the Air Force. I started my schooling in Cantonment Public school Sargodha. In early 1967, our family moved to PAF Base Masroor in Karachi where I enrolled in PAF Model School. The same year, I applied for admission to PAF College Sargodha and was enormously proud to get selected for the 17-th entry. I arrived at Sargodha - on September 9 and was met by Mr. Qadeer Beg who was the housemaster of Rafiqui house at that time.

    In 1970, I matriculated with High distinction. The next 2 years turned out to be the most eventful not only for me but for the 130 million people of Pakistan. In September 1971, just a few days after the reopening of the Fall semester, all East Pakistani students were sent back home. They were expected to rejoin when the situation improved. Little did we know that in just a few months time, we would be facing a very different world.

    In June 1972, we took our F.Sc exams and once again I did very well. However, in Fall of 72 all Bangladeshi families from different military cantonments were taken to various camps termed innocuously as "Repatriation Camps". Life was far from fun in Chashma (District Mianwali) where we ended up and when finally on December 13, 1973 our family flew back to Bangladesh aboard a chartered Jordanian jet, we were glad to close that chapter of our lives.

    Back in BD, I had hoped to join the Air force but was asked to wait for the next intake. Meanwhile, I applied for a Russian scholarship, got selected and finally in July 1974 ended up in Moscow. I studied Petroleum Geology and earned my Masters degree in 1980, after which I continued to work as a Research Associate till 1985. On returning to Bangladesh, I worked as a Hydrogeologist for a Dutch company in Dhaka. In 1989, I came to the States to study for my Ph.D. However, before I could complete my dissertation I got a job with an oil company. I still harbor some hopes of completing my doctorate, but it appears to be an uphill task at this stage.

    I am married and I have two sons - Misha (7) and Mridul (5). Both were born in OKlahoma.

    Thanks,

    Khuda-Hafiz,

    Muhammed Rezaul Kareem

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    Chris Alam

    Greetings!

    I joined PAF College Sargodha as part of the 17th Entry. I was Cadet # 867,under Sabre (Rafiqui) House. Our Entry joined just as Mr Catchpole was leaving (my dad, who later retired as a Major-general, had been his student in Dehra Dun!). Mr Rahman Quraishi was the new Principal and Mr Noor Mohammad Khan our Housemaster. It was also the time that the PAF College in Lower Topa closed down and we were joined by a large group of Topians too.

    I had a couple of relatives who were in Sargodha befor me, my cousin Rashid Ahmed (13th Entry- Sabre), and nephew Mahbub ul Haq (14th Entry- Tempest).

    I have many happy memories of those golden years in Sargodha Among my closest friends in Sargodha were Qamar Suleman (R), Shujie Hashmi (M), Inamul Haq (R), Rezaul Kareem (R), Inamullah from Tibet (M), Munir Ahmed (R), Tahir Khakwani (M), Riaz Ahmed (R), Ikramullah (I) and so many others whose names I could mention.

    I left Pakistan and lived in Belgium for a short while. After that I moved to Sweden in 1977, eventually becoming a Swedish citizen. In December 1993, I moved to the United States, where I presently reside in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. My family and I are dual citizens of both Sweden and the United States.

    I am with a Missions Organization, and travel extensively, mostly to Europe, Africa, and South-east Asia.

    My Swedish-born wife Britta and I have been happily married since November 1979. We have three children, Immanuel, Victoria, and Gabriel.

    I would love to get into touch with my old friends, and also with all ex-Sargodhians! Do email or call me. You are also welcome to visit!

    "AIM HIGH!"

    Chris Alam,

    Home phone USA: (717)-390-7636

    E-mail: zimlion@yahoo.com

    or christopher@pentecostalfire.com


    Shahid Mansoor Ahmed

    I am Shahid Mansoor Ahmed (T-392/ Attacker) from 1967-1969. I joined PAF College, Sargodha when Lower Topa was closed down in 1967. After flying for 18 years in PAF, I retired as a Wing Commander in 1987 and am flying with PIA since then. These days I am flying B-747 as a Co-Pilot. I am settled in Islamabad with my family. My contacts are ISB Tele: (0092-51)-2281510, 2280365 E'Mail is smansoor15@usa.net or smansoor15@yahoo.com

    Regards

    Shahid Mansoor


    Shaheen (884I)

    My name is Shaheen (884I), 18th Entry). After passing FSc from Sargodha in 1973, I decided to join Merchant Navy & did 2 years pre-sea training at Pakistan Marine Academy, Karachi during the period 1974-1975. I managed to stand first in 5 subjects in the final exams. Thereafter, I joined Pan-Islamic Steamship Co & remained there until 1980. Afterwards I served with different Foreign Companies. I got my promotions in due course after passing required professional exams. I passed my exam as Master in 1988 and finally got command of a ship in January'1990 (that's when i may be called a Captain). I am still a serving Master Mariner.

    I did my graduation in 1985 as a private student from Punjab University. I got married on March 24' 1980 n blessed with three kids (2 girls & 1 boy). My eldest daughter is doing her BCS honours from University of Engineering & Technology- Lahore. She is in her final year now. My no.2 daughter has done her BCS from Alkhair university n making future plans for higher studies at some other suitable institute. My youngest son is studying in 8th grade at Chand Bagh School.

    best rgds

    yours

    Shaheen bhai



    Muhammad Shafiq (914A)

    I am Dr. Muhammad Shafiq 914 Alam House. Left college being CMB unfit for 62nd GD(P). Took admission at K.E. Medical college. Graduated in 1981. Went to U.K for FRCS in surgery. Came back in 1992. Since then I have been practicing as a surgeon and urologist at Jhelum. I have five sons. Eldest is studying at K.E.M.C. first year. Two are at Chandbagh school Muridkee. My phones are 0300 9513300 and 0541-621125. Sargodhians website is a wonderful idea and I am very grateful to all those at the back of this feature. I request all my entrimates to be in touch.

    Regards

    Shafiq


    Shaukat Ali

    Shaukat Ali from 18th Entry (62nd GD). Joined PAF College, Sargodha in September, 1968 and left in 1975, after graduation. Graduated from PAF Academy in March, 1977. Served in the PAF till September 1994 before seeking voluntary retirement to join Shaheen Air International. My service included a 6 year tenure of deputation with the Air Force of Zimbabwe (84-90). When SAI stopped its domestic services and laid off its aircrew in 1996, I joined the UAE Air Force Air College as a flying instructor. Just completd my contract with the UAE Air Force and looking for settling down into another aviation-related job or a business venture.

    E-mail: spahha@emirates.net.ae

    Shukat Ali



    Mohammad Asad Iqbal

    I am a Sargodhian from the 19th entry, Younus house 919. I am presently doing my business in Karachi, which is related to shipping.

    My address is as follows:

    Mohammad Asad Iqbal

    Chief Executive

    COSMIC TRANSPORTATION & CHARTERING NETWORK (PVT) LTD.

    4 - A ( GROUND FLOOR ) KEHKASHAN TOWN HOUSES CLIFTON

    BLOCK -5 KARACHI . PHONE: 92 - 21 - 5838896 or 92 - 21 - 5838897

    FAX : 92 - 21 - 5838898 and e-mail: ctcn@khi.compol.com

    Regards

    M. ASAD IQBAL GILL


    Shahzada Saleem Ahmed

    I am Shahzada Saleem (798, Munir House, 19th Entry). I joined merchant navy upon leaving PAF College, Sargodha. was sailing up to year 1992 including in command on board various ships for about 4 years. Since then, I am setteled ashore still involved in shipping.

    I am here in hongkong for the last 5 years and involved in ships chartering and operations.

    Its always a great pleasure to communicate with a Sargodhian.

    Best regards

    Shahzada Saleem



    Jamshed Ahmed

    I am Jamshed Ahmed, 19th Entry / 64th GD, Alam house. My profile is more or less like most of the Sargodians joinig PAF. I got commission in 1977 as Fighter Pilot in GD(p) Branch. Went through various Service Courses till I took pre mature retirement in 2001, in Group Capt.'s rank. Since then I am in UAE Air Force as an instructor pilot and located in Al Ain.

    I am married and have two childern, a daughter in grade X11, and a son in grade V111.

    Regards and stay in touch.

    Jamshed Ahmed Gp. Capt. retd



    Mahbubul Alam

    I am Md. Mahbubul Alam, 958 Alauddin House (probably Starfighter now), 19th Entry ( 69-71 ). I was also extremely excited and happy to discover the Sargodhians web page. I was little disappointed as I could not see most of the names in the email directory. Initially I was so excited that I was spending a lot of time browsing the web page at the cost of important occupations. So, you can understand the feeling. It was long 33 years when we had to leave the school prematurely in 1971. The thought of not being able to go back to Sargodha tortured me fro three decades. But all these years I kept visiting the school, my house, my dormitory, class room, play ground and all, of course in my dreams. The web site helped release the burden of pain I was carrying deep within me.

    I joined Bangladesh Army and was commissioned in Infantry in 1976. Got married in 1983 and have two daughters, Rehnuma (18), Reshma (6) and a son Shayer (17). I sought early retirement in the month of January this year (2005) as a Brigadier General and at present I am working for the UNDP in Bangladesh.

    I am dying to hear from other Sargodhians particularly from 19th entry and from my house-mates.

    My e-mail address is and also

    Allah Hafiz'

    Mahbub



    Sajid Pervaiz

    I am Flt. Lt. (Rtd.) Sajid Pervaiz from 64th GD (P), Munir Sqdn. Presently residing in Sultanate of Oman and running a Contracting Company named Six Maintenance and Cont. Co LLC (PO Box - 3625, Ruwi, P.C. 112, Sultanate of Oman).

    Tel : (968) 707583 (Office), (968) 7711797 (Res), (968) 9351759 (Mobile)

    Fax - (968) 794460

    e-mail address - simaco@omantel.net.om

    Sajid Pervaiz



    S. Wamiq Abrar Bokhari

    Known among Sargodhians and PAF as Wamiq Abrar but now go by Syed Bokhari 20th Entry (No. 1025), 66th GD (P) (No. 736608) Wing Under Officer at PAF College Sargodha & at PAF Academy Risalpur. Commissioned in 1978 & Released in 1980 from PAF Masroor. Flew small charters in USA for a year. BS & MS from University of Texas at Austin in Petroleum Engineering. Worked for ARCO for 13 years in Texas, Alaska, Yemen and UK. Now with British company LASMO in Karachi on a temporary assignment.

    Married with 3 boys (13, 9 and 7 year old)

    Parents settled in CA. I will probably return to TX by year 2000.

    Best Regards.

    Syed Wamiq Abrar Bokhari

    Subsurface Manager

    LASMO Oil Pakistan Ltd.

    92-21-587-2041 x2343

    92-21-587-0460 fax



    Sufi Ghulam Mujaddid

    I am Sufi Ghulam Mujaddid from 20th Entry (1003-M) and 66th GD(P). We were commissioned on 19th Oct. 1978. I served in an F-6 Sqn till 1982. Then converted on Mirage. Served on this aircraft till Dec. 83. I was sent to Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad to take 2-years M.Sc Course in Defence and Strategic Studies till Dec. 85. Went to Saudi Arabia on deputation from July 86-July 89. Came back and served in No5 Sqn till late 91. Did Combat Commanders Course and remained instructor at Combat Commanders School till Aug. 94. Went on to command No5 Sqn till Apr. 96. I did PAF Air War Course in July 97, and served on its Faculty till July 2000. There after, I commanded Flying Wing at PAF Base Rafiqui for one year. Served as Dir. Ops. at AHQ, was promoted to Air Commodore in July 02 and am serving as ACAS (Personnel-Airmen/Civilians) since then. I was married on 16 July 83, have three daughters and two sons: Mushkbar, Midhat, Miral, Ali Adil, Sarmad. I love PAF College Sargodha and PAF. Want to be a good human being, would like to stay in touch with all Sargodhians.

    Mujaddid



    Irfan Elahi

    I am Irfan Elahi from 66th GD(P). I remained in the college from 1973 to 1977. We were the first batch who had joined the college as Flight Cadets. I remained in Rafiqui House, which was earlier known as Saber House. In my last term I was shifted to Minhas House. I was the College Hockey Captain and a colour holder in Hockey and Athletics.

    I remained in Air Force till August 91, when I left and joined Civil Services. Presently, I am in DMG and working as Deputy Commissioner Sialkot. I have been the Deputy Commissioner, of Pishin, Chagai and Killa Saifullah (all in Balochistan Province). I have two sons and one daughter. The eldest being 14 years and the youngest daughter is 5 years now. Its really great fun to see the Sargodhians directory and in fact, I have established contact with few of my course mates. Thanks once again and hope to stay in touch with other Sargodhians.

    Irfan Elahi



    Mohsin S. Haqqani

    I am a Sargodhian from the 20th Entry. My house was Alauddin and school no. is 1026. I joined PAF College as a pre-cadet on October 4, 1970. I got my commission in PAF in 1978. After serving PAF for 5 years, I got my release from PAF in 1983. After PAF, I passed my CSS and joined the Govt. of Pakistan in the DMG (CSS) in 1983.

    Now I am a civil servant from the district management group, presently posted in Quetta as D.S. to chief secretary Balochistan.

    Lots of love and luck, regards.

    Yours truly,

    Mohsin S.Haqqani



    M. Mustafa Kamal

    After leaving the college, on medical grounds, I joined Merchant Navy and served for 11 years. Once again somersaulting, I decided to abandon ship and joined Central Superior Service of Pakistan, through CSS Examination,1990. Presently, I am serving as Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax at Karachi. My address is as under:

    H-14, K.D.A. Overseas Apartments,

    Block-13-C, Gulsahn-e-Iqbal,

    Opposite Urdu Science College,

    Main University Road, Karachi, PAKISTAN. Phone : 92 - 021 - 4972131 & 4970589 and e-mail : xanadu@cyber.net.pk or xanadu_pk@yahoo.com

    All the best regards. If I can be any service to any of the brothers, please do not hesitate to let me know.

    M. Mustafa Kamal


    Saifoor A. Khan

    I am from 66th GDP from Younus House. Stayed in college from 1973-77. I am married, with four children. Left PAF in 1994 as Sqn Ldr. From 95 to 98 I served with UAE as flying instructor (3Yr). Came back to Pakistan in June 98. Seeing no job openings, I opted to resume studies in pursuance to adopt a new career line, (Management or Computers). I am now in the US in Management Information Systems in Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville (SIUE). This (I think) would supplement my MBA as well as my previous Mgt. experience of the PAF.

    I am in touch with another Sargodhian (Mehmood in Haywards, CA), also a student, who is giving me guidance. He suggested me to submit my papers first for 'work permit' and then for admission. He also asked me to seek assistance of influential Sargodhians in the US in this regard (for Work permit etc).

    Right now what I am interested in is to get myself a legal entry for job/Work permit, so that I can bring my family along. I shall Inshallah stay in touch and keep everyone posted.

    Sincerely,

    Saifoor A Khan



    Mian Tahir Rashid

    Pak no 746721, Raffiqui house

    Joined in 1974, Graduated in 1978, Commissioned in 1979

    Now a days doing business for medical equipment. Specialising in ophthalmology.

    Married since 1982. Three sons.

    Address: 188 Shadman II, Lahore, Pakistan

    Mian Tahir Rashid



    Zia Wahid

    Assalamu Alaikum:

    I am native of Sargodha. I joined PAF College as a pre-cadet in 1971 and stayed in Iqbal House until 1974. I was rejected for flying for failure to pass CMB. Later I joined King Edward Medical College and after MBBS, immigrated to USA. I am a Board Certified Psychiatrist and at present an Assistant Professor and Director of Residency Training in Nashville, Tennessee.

    I would like to know more about all other Sargodhians. My congratulations on launching this homepage. Keep in touch.

    Wassalam



    Ali Muhammad Khan

    Dear Fellow Sargodhians,

    I am from 21st entry (Munir at the time) Attacker now. My housemaster was late Mr. Fasih-ud-Din. I joined in 1971 and graduated in 1978. I commissioned in 1979 and left PAF in 1982. I came to U.S. in 1982 and went back to school.

    I attended a Reunion on Feb. 21st 1998 at the College. I felt like I belonged there, as if I was back after summer vacations. I did not feel strange or dumb doing things with the youngster. They were very comfortable with me and acted like typical juniors still trying to emulate their seniors and look up to them. It was wonderful and irresistible as ever to see those big football and hockey grounds.

    I spent the whole weekend playing football (my favorite) hockey basketball flying kites. I could still impress them with some of my old bold moves. I did pay a little price for that.

    I paid homage to THE parade ground where I did anything (you know what I mean) but parade. I also checked out all the routes for the FRENCH, if they were intact (as if I will need them in near future). I of course did not share that info with the young ones. I don't think they do things like that.

    It's an experience you don't want to miss. I never thought it would be so. I think I will cut it here and let you experience first hand.

    Hopefully, as the time passes these reunions can be better advertised and we can have larger gatherings. It will be even more fun. I am hooked.

    Now I work at Hewlett Packard as a Design and Technology Consultant. Please feel free to contact me. I hope to see most of you as and when the time permits.

    Allah Hafiz

    Ali Muhammad

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    Kamal Alvi

    I was in 21st Entry. I left in 1974 and went to Lawrence College Ghora Gali. After FSC, I joined Pakistan Marine Academy in 1977. I graduated from Pakistan Marine Academy with Chief Of Naval Staff's Silver Medal. That was third year in a row that a Sargodhian won that medal. I sailed for seven years while worked for the Pakistan National Shipping Corporation. In 1985, I came to US and luckily got scholarship from Ohio University. I completed my double Masters Degrees: Master in International Studies and Masters in Public Administration with Public maor in Public Policy and Finance. After graduating in 1989, I started working for the State of Ohio, Department of Development, Technology Division. I managed State of Ohio's Technology Programs aimed at creating and growing technology companies in Ohio for 12 years. July 2001, I resigned from the State of Ohio and in partnership with my brother inlaw opened a Furniture Gallery in Ohio. Unfortunatley, because of September 11, we had to face some challenges. In January 2003, I moved my family and business to Sacramento California. Right now, I am in Sacramento managing my funiture gallery. The response is much better here. We are bringing handcrafted rosewood furniture from Pakistan.

    My number was D-6. There were 9 day scholars who studied in PAF College Sargodha in 19, 20,21 and 22nd Entries. I was there from 1971-1974.

    My current Address is Kamal Alvi, 25-C Quinta Court, Sacramento, CA 95823
    Ph: (916) 230-2686 (cell), Ph: (916) 428-4364 (home), Ph: (916) 688-3500 (shop).
    My Dad (Mr. Alvi, Teacher for International Relations and Oic Record Management Dept.) is fine, MashaAllah. He is in Karachi. He is very quiet. The only time I see him glowing is when he is among Sargodhians.

    Take care
    Allah Hafiz

    Kamal Alvi



    Anwaar Hussain

    I am Anwaar Hussain from 68th GD(P) from Munir house. I left PAF in March, 97, as a Wing Commander. Since then, I am working with the UAE Air Force as instructor on Hawk aircraft. I have 3 kids ie Shanza--girl--9 years, Zarak--boy--7 years, Shayan--boy--5 years and ONLY one wife. Bye for now,

    Anwaar Hussain



    Babar Suleman

    I am from the 21st Entry (Rafiqi House # 1078). It was a pleasant surprise to find the Sargodhians homepage, when Dr. Iqbal Unus told me about it today. I recognized several names including Ali Mohammad Khan, Sohail Shafi, Muazzam, Zia Wahid, Raza ul Kareem bhai (my older brothers' entry fellow).

    After leaving PAF College, I went on to get a Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering. In 1984 I came to the US and got a Masters' degree from University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1986. For the next six years, I worked in the construction industry in New York and New Jersey. Somewhere along the line, I slowly switched tracks and ended up in Information Systems doing system integration, system architecture, client-server systems and 2/3-tiered systems develoment work.

    I have two sons (14 and 2) and one daughter (11). We live in Plainfield, a small suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana. I coach competitive soccer teams in my spare time.

    If any old boys (old men by now) would like to swap stories, I can be reached at bsuleman@iquest.net.

    Babar Suleman

    Project Manager

    ED Information Technology

    Phone : (317) 838-2530

    e-mail : bsuleman@iquest.net


    Sajid Zaheer Bhatti

    I am Sajid Zaheer Bhatti, 1095, Rafiqui House. I am a doctor by profession, specialist in Physical Rehabilitation, working in Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK.

    Sajid


    Shahid Mahmood Zaidi

    I am Shahid Mahmood Zaidi from 21st Entry / 68th GD. My College No. was 1125 and I was in Alam house. Currently I am Project Manager (IT Solutions) working for Arabian Computer Projects. (agents for IBM, Lexmark products). I am in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. My e-mail address is Shahid_Zaidi@ACPROJ.COM

    Allah Hafiz

    Shahid Zaidi



    Zaheer Babar

    Dear Friends: I am Zaheer Babar, 69th, Munir House. I have been in New Jersey, USA since 1981. I have stayed in aviation since departing Risalpur. After having flown for a flight school and a regional airline, now I fly for a major airline. I have wife and 2 boys, age 6 years and 1 year. Incidentally, my wife also is a pilot for a major airline. I would love to talk/exchange e-mail with any one interested.

    Wish all of you and your families good health.

    Blue sky

    Zaheer Babar



    Mohammed Ahmed Athar

    My name is Mohammed Ahmed Athar and I was in the 69th GD(P). After leaving PAF from the Academy in 80' I kicked off my civilian career in Banking Industry in the year 82' with BCCI and stayed with this Bank till Oct. 88' to join another multinational British Bank called Standard Chartered Bank. It was Standard Chartered Bank which pushed me to existing location i.e. Dubai in Aug 91'.

    I worked for in this Bank till mid 96'and worked in various senior management positions. Finally, in July 96, I launched myself in business and since than with the Blessing of Allah Almighty I have been surviving the ups and downs of the real world called business. I am in trading activities mainly trading in consumer electronics and some foodstuff items sourcing them from Japan and Europe and re-exporting them to Pakistan, CIS countries, Russia, India and some of the African countries.

    I am married, have two children, a daughter(11yrs) and a son (3 yrs ). All of us live in Dubai, UAE and visit various locations during vacations. However, this time around we have so far no plans to take a vacation due to pressing business needs.

    Till then best wishes and regards

    Mohammed Ahmed Athar



    Arshad Zaidi

    It’s indeed a pleasure to note that there is a web site for the Sargodians. Just to refresh your memory, I am from 69th GD and was in Sargodha from 74 - 78 in Rafiqui House.

    I am permanently based in Toronto, Canada, my e-mail is azaidi@wwonline.com. Besides other business I am involved in selecting students for CPL/PPL from ME and Pakistan for three leading flying schools in Canada. At present, I am in a process of selecting next batch of student Pilots. Just incase, my contact in Karachi is 9221 6614 529.

    Till then best wishes and regards

    Arshad Zaidi



    Sohail Shafi

    Greetings to all Sargodhians:

    I am Sohail Shafi. I joined PAF College Sargodha as a pre cadet in Allaudin House in 22nd entry. My roll number then was 1161. Later, we became a part of 70th GDP as flight cadets and my Pak number was 007. (757007). Shortly after joining the academy in Risalpur, I quit the Air Force and came to the U.S. Here I graduated from Iowa State University in Computer Science and currently I have my own business. It is
    solutionary . The URL is http://www.solutionary.com

    solutionary is a national professional services firm that provides e-business and B2B infrastructure services to Fortune 1000 companies. Prior to this, I was employed by a large company as Chief Information Officer (CIO). I live in Chicago with my wife and twin boys, five years old.

    I am so happy to see us all here in cyberspace. I remember my days in Sargodha where I was known as a good gymnast. While to many the sight of the parade ground may bring back fond memories of passing out parades and fly overs, to me it also rekindles memories (fond memories) of front rolls, extra-drills with G3 rifles and running around the place in 120 degrees scorching heat. I believe that hard work is paying off now. I still cherish the long lasting friendships which I acquired while there.

    Let's keep building this community over the Internet and have a large re-union someday. After reading Ali's profile, I am so tempted to go to Sargodha for the next re-union. Insha Allah, I will be there next year.

    Regards:

    Sohail Shafi (22nd entry, Allaudin House)



    Hasan Ali

    I am Hasan Ali from 70th GD(P) and 22nd Entry. I was in Iqbal house. Currently I am working in Saudi American Bank (A subsidiary of Citibank) in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. Soon, I will be completing my eleventh year in Saudi Arabia with Saudi American Bank. I have two boys first 11yrs 9mths and second 8 years. I am in touch with Nayab Akhtar, who is in Karachi and Saeed M. Khan, who is in Islamabad. Couple of years back I met Siddique (Younus), Shahid Hasan (Rafiqui) and Zeeshan (Younus) in Karachi. They all are in Navy now.

    Regards,

    Hasan Ali



    Aqeel Haider

    My name is Aqeel Haidar. I was in Yunus House from 1972 to 1976. I belonged to 22nd entry (which subsequently became the 70th GDP). I graduated from King Edward Medical College in Lahore. Currently, I am based in Binghamton New York where I work as a Dermatopathologist (specializing in diseases of Skin). I am also a Clinical Associate Professor at the Upstate Clinical Campus of SUNY (State University of New York). My email address is: ahaidarmd@aol.com.

    Regards,

    Aqeel



    Syed Mohsin Owais

    I am from 70th GD(P). I was in Munir house. After leaving the Air Force, I joined the BBCI bank. I was transferred to Yemen. From there, I ended up in Dubai. My last assignment with BBCI was as a Branch Manager. After its closure, I started my own business from zero. Now by grace of Allah, we are operating out of five countries. My business is import, export and distribution of industrial chemical raw Material.

    Khuda Hafiz,

    Syed Mohsin Owais


    Nehal Akbar

    I am Nehal Akbar from 70th GD. I am now working for Malaysia Airlines in Karachi as Sales Manager. Had been attached to Airline industry from the start and have worked for various foreign airlines in Karachi. I did go to San Antonio Texas in 1988/89 and did CPL/IR and came back to Karachi but never got a job in PIA. So therefore, joined again in Airlines and had been in this buisness since then. I am also partner in one of the travel agencies in Karachi. I can offer that anything I can do here for Sargodhians abroad will be a pleasure.
    I am a frequent visitor of this site and a honest admirer.

    Wassalam O Alaikum,

    Nehal


    Muhammad Muazzam Khan

    My name is Muhammad Muazzam Khan. I am from 71st GD(P). I graduated from PAF College, Sargodha in 1979. I am originally from Lahore, Pakistan. I have been in the United States since 1984. I work for a Private firm in NJ, as a Director Technology Services. Most of my work is on Microsoft Windows NT Systems and Cisco and 3Com Routers. I am also a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). I also have a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the United States.

    I live in New Jersey with my wife and two children. I manage this web site for Sargodhians from PAF College, Sargodha. If you come across any Sargodhians, (anywhere in the world), please let them know about this website.

    If you are a Sargodhian and you would like to be a part of this website, please e-mail your information to me at, webmaster@sargodhians.com.

    Khuda Hafiz,

    Muhammad Muazzam Khan

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    Attaullah Jan

    My name is Attaullah Jan. I am from 71st GD(P), Allaudin Sqd. After departing from Sargodha, I did my B.Sc. and then M.Sc. in Physics. Since then I have been busy in teaching. I am married with the score of three daughters, Lyaba 6, Mafaza 4 and Saniya 2. That's all about my life.
    Best of LUCK to all Sargodhians in their future. May ALLAH give you all the happiness.

    Attaullah Jan

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    Muhammad Afzal Bhatti

    My name is Muhammad Afzal Bhatti. I am from 71st GD(P); however, after my F.Sc. I joined College of Aeronautical Engineering, Korangi Creek, Karachi. I am an Avionics Engineer from CAE. I have two sons (Taimoor aged 4 and Rohail aged 3).

    M. Afzal Bhatti

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    Sabir Mumtaz Qureshi

    My name is Sabir Mumtaz Qureshi, commonly known in my GD as “Daddy”, named by the than Under Officer of Iqbal Squadron Ehthesham Zaib Raja.
    I am from 71st GD(P). After quitting from PAF College Sargodha in 1976, I did my Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc) with double Maths from University of Karachi. Than I got admitted to University of Engineering and Tech Lahore in the Civil Engineering where I graduated in 1985. Since than I have been in various trading businesses under my own operations (Engineering Allied Services (EAS), which includes the Representations of various Multi-national companies in Pakistan, Ship-Breaking at Gadani. The most prestigious project done by me was the OSP (Outside Plant for Alcatel – Pakistan) for PTCL for the city of Karachi – Hyderabad and Quetta. Than I winded my operations out of Pakistan in 1991 and moved to UK due to the worst conditions of city Karachi!!!!. I was assigned a job as Director Operations by one Dubai Based company for their Cotton Disposable products for the European market, which I performed very effectively till the year ending in 1995, and than finally ended up in UAE, serving various trading companies, which includes Lootha Group of Companies as the Group Commercial Manager and served with them for their United Nations IRAQI “OIL FOR FOOD PROGRAMM”. Through these new responsibilities , I got a good vision and made great int’l contacts with the “Big Boys” in the trading sector.
    Left Lootha Group in 2000 and went into the Telecom Sector and started a Telecom Company in the Private Sector for my Arab Bosses at Dubai Internet City (DIC) as the brain child / General Manager for “SOFTEL”, and by the grace and help of Allah Almighty , I took this new Telecom company to a remarkable level in just 4 years and got the Network spread in IRAQ – GERMANY – TURKEY and PAKISTAN and having the core network at InterXion, Frankfurt-Germany. I feel great accepting that, “I am proud of my Young Pakistani Team of Engineers”. I quit SOFTEL as its Chief Operating Officer / Member of their Board of Directors of Int’l operations as of 1st Oct, 2005 and have gone into my own solo operation under the new name “ SOFTCOMMS” again a telecom company, having its head office at UAE and branch offices in Colombo – Bahrain and Germany. I shall very soon be awarded a Unified Telecom License in Sri Lanka by its Telecom Ministry, which includes the GSM operator’s license too.
    By the grace of Allah I am happily married since 1991 and have been blessed with two handsome Sons “Mohammad Mustafa, 13 years old and Mohammad Awais, 9 years old and I must accept that all the academic achievement of my sons are due to the hard efforts of my beloved wife, “Rabeha”, as I hardly get time for the kids and family due to my second wife, “TELECOM”.
    I am always in touch with most of the 71st guys, in one way or the other and Inshallah will try to be there next time for any get-2-gather.
    My contact details are as below:-
    e-Mail: qureshi@softcomms.ae
    Tel: 00971-6-5574740, Fax: 00971-6-5574741 and Cell: 00971-50-6944535

    God Bless you all
    ALLAH HAFIZ

    Sabir

    Syed Junaid ul Islam

    I was in 73rd GD(P) Munir Sqn. I did my F.Sc. and B.Sc. from PAF College Sargodha. I left flying and did Engineering from CAE and then PhD in wireless communications from the University of London. I left PAF and completed my Post-doc from UK. Presently, I am working as a Wireless Telecom Design Engineer in UK.

    Dr Syed Junaid ul Islam


    Muhammad Shuaib Malik

    I am Muhammad Shuaib Malik, 74th GD(P), from Iqbal House. I graduated from the academy in 1983 and served as a fighter pilot till 1993. I got retired as a Squadron Leader at my own request. Presently, I am working as an agriculture pilot with Govt. of Pakistan. Apart from flying I am busy with my family business of exports (fabric, rice and pharmaceutical). Residing in Lahore and available to all Sargodhians for any service which is in my reach.

    Regards to all

    Shuaib Malik

    awwab@ak.net.pk



    Syed Nishat Ahmed

    My Name is Syed Nishat Ahmed, 74th GD(P), Rafiqui Sqdn. After leaving Sarogodha, I did Masters in Economics from Karachi University. After completing studies, joined INS Media Sales, publisher of Faasla Magazine, Medical Science Monitor & Advertisning Rep in Pakistan for Newsweek, Far East Economic review. Left that company in 1989, joined Fauji Foundation in their printing Pakaging company. In 1992, joined Orient Advertising as Marketing Manager - Outdoor. In 1998, moved to Orient's sister concern at the time of if forming. The company was Primesite Pakistan. In August 2000, left Primesite and started own Outdoor Advertising & Event Management company, by the name of Eastern Neon Supersites. Through which providing total solution to clients in the field of OOH & Event Management.

    My Present address is Eastern Neon Supersites, 1 Prince Square, 2-B/3, Nazimabad, Karachi - 74600 Pakistan. Tel: 6689816, 6602878, Fax: 6689816, Mobile: 0300 8203798

    I am married with 2 kids, elder daughter studing in class 8th and the younger son is studying in class 7th.

    Regards,
    Nishat


    Sikandar Bilal Mir

    My Name is Sikandar Bilal Mir, 74th GD(P), Yunus Sqdn. A joined PAF college Sargodha in 1977 and graduated from Academy in 1983. I could not complete my FCU and was absorbed in the GD(N) branch of the PAF. Presently I am serving in Air HQs, Chaklala. I am happily married and have one daughter.

    Regards,
    Sikandar


    Azam Saeed

    I am from 75th GDP, Safi house, from 1978 to 1982.

    I have been in California for the past year or so. With my wife completing her residency in internal medicine in Connecticut, I have been all over the place for the past few years. However, now I am in Connecticut, USA.

    So much for my news bulletin. I have been somewhat out of touch but hope that will change now. Hope to stay in touch.

    Muazzam, you have really invested a tremendous effort in putting together this web page... Shukriya

    Allah Hafiz

    Azam Saeed



    Mujahid Ali Khan

    I was in 76th GDP, Rafiqui house, from 1978 to the end of 1979.

    Moved to the US in 1982, graduated in Civil Engineering from West Virginia in 1987. Worked in water treatment for two years, then moved to structures and have been working in bridge design, analysis and inspection.

    I have been married for more than ten years and have a son Saif Ali Khan.

    Mujahid Ali Khan



    Abid Mustafa

    My name is Abid Mustafa; I am from 76th GD (P). I joined the Pakistan Air Force in 1978 and left in 1994. As I was proud to be an Air Force fighter pilot, I always missed my good and nice friends and respectable instructors those who made us what we are today in life. In 1982 after completing studies from the college, I received training as an Air Force pilot and flew Best Pilot Trophy, (which I still feel proud and happy about).

    Then I went to different fighter Squadrons I was posted to PAF Academy, Risalpur as an instructor in No. 1 PFT. Squadron. I perform my duties as a Flight commander. My last posting was in Masroor, Karachi. In 1994 I left the community of brave/strong and loving people. Although, I am not in the Air Force any more, I am still very much in touch with some of the best pilots, of which our nation every produced of.

    After leaving PAF, I joined one of the private airlines in Karachi and flow B-737 in Pakistan. Continental Airlines and Malaysian Airline as a commercial pilot for B -737 trained me, but in 1994 due to certain reason, I moved to USA and started a Business. I successfully managed different business in the USA for more then 5 years. In the mean time, I completed my ATPL from USA. (I already have a senior pilot license from Pakistan and ATPL From USA).

    I am in Canada now and Citizen of Canada also, I started my career with American Express for US accounts /Enbridge Home services/Williams Coffee Pub/UHN.CA one of the Largest Hospital network in north America At this time I am working with Consulate General of Pakistan and Looking forward to go up as opportunity comes my way. I am ready to start my flying as soon as possible. I am in touch with some of the fine people trying to help all the Sargodhians in Canada.

    I have two beautiful children in my life. My daughter is 15 years old and my son is 14. Thanks for reading my life story. If any one needs help or information about Canada, I will be more then happy to share the information. My e-mail is
    amustab208@rogers.com
    amus76gdp@hotmail.com
    amus76gdp@yahoo.com

    Best of luck in life to all the Sargodhians.

    Abid Mustafa


    Ali Anwar

    I am Ali Anwar. Joined PAF College Sargodha in 1979 with 78th GD(P) and left in 1999 as a Squadron Leader. Recently came to USA and joined CALIFORNIA COMPUTER COMPANY to try my luck in the marketing/sales of computer hardware. I can be contacted at CALIFORNIA COMPUTER COMPANY, 4432 TECHNOLOGY DRIVE, FREMONT, CA 94538. My phone number is (510) 353 2500

    Ali Anwar


    S. Junaid Rahman

    I was in 79th GDP. For 3 terms, in Alauddin house. from 1980 to 1981.

    After Sargodha, I did my M.Sc. Economics from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. Then a Masters from US and presently working as a Controller in a small company in New York City. I am here in US since 89.

    I have a keen interest in computers and the net.

    Khuda Hafiz

    S. Junaid Rahman



    Sameen Mazhar

    Graduated with 79th GD (P) in 1985. After FCU went to Mirage OCU then No. 8 Sqn Masroor, F-16 OCU and No. 9 Sqn Sargodha. Did a tenure in the PAF Academy PFT sqn. Back to No. 11 OCU and got tired of the race and took retirement. Opened a small enterprise of Computers in Dubai and did my MCP, MCP+I, MCSE, MCSE+I and now working on my MCDBA. Looking forward to contact all buddies from the past courtesy of this site!!!

    My website address is http://www.geocities.com/pentagon/quarters/8512


    Allah Hafiz

    Sameen Mazhar




    Akmal Abbas Khan

    I am from 79th GD(P), Saffi squadron. Joined on October 25, 1980. Did my F.Sc. in 1982 and secured overall 1st position in Sargodha board and a gold medal. Did my B.Sc. in 1984 and earned a gold medal from Punjab University. Graduated from the academy on October 31, 1985. On the convocation ceremony, I received B.Sc. gold medal, best in Humanities trophy and best in Aero Sciences trophy. On graduation ceremony, I secured the Asghar Hussain ground subjects trophy, the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff gold medal and the sword of honour.

    Pretty strangely, I was the first sword of honour detailed for transporter conversion to go directly onto C-130s. Did my co-pilots and then captains course from transport conversion school in 86 and 88. Both times got the CAS trophy for being 1st. Did my FIS, the 1st position again. Stayed as Flt. Cdr. in BFT. Stayed in Sri Lanka for a year, teaching C-130s. Flew all the presidents and prime ministers of Pakistan since 1986. Presently, I am chief flying instructor at TCS. (A long self praise, I think).

    Married and have a daughter aged 7 and a very naughty son aged 5.

    I must appreciate the amount of hard work and the interest put in Sargodhians web site.

    Allah hafiz

    Akmal



    Amjad Ikram

    I left the Air Force in 1986 form Risalpur academy. I came to Canada/USA in 1987. Started flying here in the USA. Got my CPL multi IFR rating and instructor licenses as well. I taught flying PPL, CPL Instrument rating single and multi. I have almost 1800 hours of flying. Unfortunately, I had to move back to Canada. At that time Canada laid-off lots of pilots. I switched my field; started programming. Now I work for a company as a programmer analyst on mid-range computers, AS/400. I have been living here in Canada for the last 12 years now and I am a Canadian citizen as well.

    Khuda Hafiz

    Amjad



    Zulfiquar Ahmed Qureshi

    I'm from 83rd GDP, Munir squadron, from March 1983 to December 1984. After Sargodha, I reported to the Academy and graduated in July 1988. After FCU I was posted to No 16 squadron where I stayed till 1993. I was picked up for FIS and served half of my tenure in PFT and remaining one in FIS. After finishing my Risalpur stay I was posted to 22 OCU. As soon as I graduated, I was earmarked for deputation to UAE. I came to UAE in August 1997 and am working here till date, hoping to return to PAF in July 2001. I'm basically a bookworm, read a lot of books and developed love for computers here in UAE. I did my MCSE and CCNA here, which shows my deep interest in computers.
    Looking forward to contact all my buddies, courtesy of this site!!!

    Wasalaam

    Zulfiquar Ahmed Qureshi



    Shanawar Hashmi

    I was very surprised and happy to see a web site for Sargodhians.

    I am Shanawar Hashmi and I was in the 26th CAE / 81st GD(P) course at Sargodha. I was in Younas Squadron. After F.Sc. I went to Government College Lahore to do a B.Sc. in double Maths and Physics. In 1987, I went to the University College London, University of London to do a B.Sc. Honours in Computer Science. Since then, I have worked in software development in Pakistani, Saudi and Canadian companies. I am married with two kids and currently residing in Mississauga near Toronto, Canada.

    I am completely out of touch with all my entry mates. I would appreciate if someone could provide me the contact information of anyone from 81st GDP or 26th CAE, preferably a Younasite.

    I thank you for your time and hope to be in touch, Inshallah.

    Thank you and best regards.

    Shanawar Hashmi



    Salahuddin Chohan

    I am Squadron Leader (Retd) Salahuddin Chohan from G-26. I got voluntary retirement in 2001. Presently, I am working as Senior Software Engineer in Verticity (Verticity.com), plus I am also running certain other businesses (System integration, simulation, consultancy and real estate, development). I also joined Rotary International. I was elected as the President of Rotary Club of Karachi Midcity for the year 2004-2005.

    Regards

    Chohan



    Jawad Haider Sumra

    I am Jawad Haider Sumra from G-26 (Iqbal house). Did my F.Sc. from PAF College Sargodha. Then went to C.A.E. Korangi Kreek, Karachi. Left PAF from there and came back to my hometown, i.e., Bahawalpur. Did masters in English literature and joined an American multinational pharmaceutical company as "sales promotion officer". Later on I started my own business as pharmaceuticals distributor in Bahawalpur. Now I am one of the top distributors in my town. Moreover, I also run an Internet cafe in my town. I am married with three kids. I would love to find more and more Sargodhians, especially from 81st GDP and G-26 and my seniors, juniors during the period from Feb. 1982 to 1985. I was commonly known as "SUMRA" in PAF College. My e-mail address is jawad_haiders@hotmail.com.

    Jawad Haider Sumra



    Fawad Ali

    This is Fawad Ali from 84th GD(P), Yunus Squadron (1983-1985). I will always cherish the memories of my days at PAF College Sargodha. I was commissioned in 1988, flew MFI-17, T-37, FT-5, F-6. Left PAF as a Flt/Lt in 1997, came to U.S did my BS in Management Information Systems from New Jersey, worked in the U S and then moved to Canada, working in IT Sector in Ottawa. I have two daughters.
    Regards,

    Fawad Ali

    Ottawa, Canada



    Samiul Hasan

    My name is Sami Burney. I was in the PAF Sargodha from October 1983 to April 1985 in Alam Squadron where I had the greatest time of my life. In 1988, I joined Pakistan's most respected and largest circulation newspaper Dawn as cricket correspondent. Almost 13 years later, I am the chief cricket correspondent. However, my pen name is Samiul Hasan.

    Looking back at my PAF days, I dearly miss my great friends -- Flt Lt Fawad Anwar, Flt Lt Saqib Khan (both Munirians) and Commander Ahmad Shahriyar -- who are now not with us. Fawad suffered a fatal crash in Peshawar on A-5 while Saqib crashed near Sukkur when his A-5 aircraft was hit by a bird. Shahriyar, my closest friend from Safi Squadron, died in 2000 when his survillience Navy aircraft crashed in Arabian Sea with 17 onboard.

    May their souls rest in peace.

    While I am delighted to see the website, I strongly feel that there should be a window dedicated to those of our dear friends, who were once part of our lives but are no longer with us.

    Warmest wishes

    Sami

    samiul@bigfoot.com


    Abdul Hayee Bokhari

    I came to Canada in 1991 after finishing my Masters in Mathematics and since 1993 I am running my own software development firm in Montreal Canada called Canasoft CronoMagc Inc. You can visit us on the web at www.cronomagic.com. We also provide web hosting and internet services. By the grace of God our management software are being used by firms like HP, Chrysler, KPMG, ABB, Coral, E-bay, Erricson and some other big names.

    Regards and khuda hafiz,

    Abdul Hayee Bokhari

    bokhari@cronomagic.com



    Syed Kashif Rafique

    My full name is Syed Muhammad Kashif Rafique. Graduated from PAF College Sargodha in 1987. That sure means that I am still a bachelor but hoping to get married this year.. INSHA ALLAH. I did my BE in Mechanical Engineering from UCF, Orlando, USA. I worked in the US for about two and a half years and now I am in Pakistan trying to settle down with the spirit of serving my parents.

    Kashif Rafique



    Mukarram Qayyum Khan

    I am thrilled to see the web site of Sargodhians. I am Mukarram Qayyum Khan from 86th GD(P). I joined PAF College in 1984. Did my F.Sc. and moved to Risalpur. Got selected for training at US Air Force Academy, Colorado, where I did my BS in Aeronautical Engineering. Returned to Risalpur in 1991 and did my pilot training. Flew F-7s and then moved on to Mirage. Presently posted at Rafiqui. My e-mail: mukarramqkhan@yahoo.com

    Regards,

    Mukarram

    Naveed Iqbal

    I am Naveed Iqbal from 87th GD(P), Munir Squadron. I'm from Kohat but at present I'm serving as the Principal of Army Public School Miranshah. I've also been selected as 2001 International Poet of Merit by International Society of Poets, USA. My web sites are http://www.naveed.8m.net and http://www.poeticgreetings.8m.net

    Naveed Iqbal



    Syed Ali Abbas

    Assalaam Alaikum

    I joined PAF College in March 1985 with G-32. I was in Younis house. Subsequently, I left PAF College to study for the accountancy exams in UK. Currently, I am in USA, pursuing an MBA program at the University of Pennsylvania. Before that, I was in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, working as a management consultant with Ernst & Young, an accounting firm.

    I very much enjoyed my stay at the PAF College and maintain close links with my friends from those days, many of whom are in the Air Force.

    I would welcome any communication with old Sargodhians. Please advise me of any assistance you may require to maintain this very welcome website.

    Best regards

    Syed Ali Abbas


    Hasan Mahmood

    I am from Rawalpindi. Got F.Sc from PAF College, Sargodha in March, 87. Spent 4 years in PAF Academy, Rislapur from Dec. 86 to July 90. Came to US in Jan. 91. Got my BS in Electrical Engineering from University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK in May 93. Now I work as a Telecommunications Engineer in a consulting firm called LCC Inc. in McLean, VA. http://www.lcc.com .

    I have been working on two different wireless (cellular) network projects in Brazil since Nov. 97. So, I guess Brazil is home for now :).

    The easiest way to contact me is through the my hotmail email address hasanmahmood@hotmail.com because my job involves some travelling.

    Take care,

    Hasan


    Nadeem Shafi Khan

    I am M Nadeem Shafi Khan from 32nd CAE course. I stayed at PAF College Sargodha during Mar 85 - Dec 86. Writing about College makes me sad the same way as I was on the last day of my stay at College as a cadet. I always try and had visited PAF college whenever I got a chance to do so. I always cherish the memories of my stay at PAF College. I miss the lush green playground fields, the awesome Cadet’s Mess and its activities, the places in the city to visit, my Allaudin Squadron and the adjoining Yankee Stadium. I remember all the college parades that I commanded there. The college color in Football that I received reminds me of our victory against Pak Navy in the Inter - Service Football Competition in which I scored 2 goals out of three.

    I did my MS in Aerospace Engineering from NUST, Pakistan and am presently undergoing PhD thru MS in Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) at Atlanta, USA. My contact email address is nadeemshafikhan@hotmail.com.

    Nadeem


    Sajid Ali Khan Tareen

    I am Commander Sajid Ali Khan Tareen Pak Navy, joined PAF college Sargodha in 1985 as 32nd CAE cadet but later on converted arm in the third term. Presently serving Pakistan Navy in the rank of Commander.

    I did my engineering from Pakistan Naval Engineering College and NED Engineering University Karachi and have done specialization in Marine Engineering. In the Navy, joined Submarine service and Alhamd o Lillah achived all the mile stones, and at presnt doing Staff Course at Lahore.

    Sajid Ali Khan Tareen



    Aamir Hasan

    I am Aamir Hasan, belong to G-34 and was at PAF college Sragodha from 86 to 88. Presently, am a Sqn Ldr and doing my PhD in the US. My email address is hasan_aaamir@yahoo.com.

    Aamir Hasan



    Syed Farhan Ahmad

    Assalaam Alaikum

    My name is Syed Farhan Ahmad and I am from G-34, Allauddin Sqn. I graduated from PAF College Sargodha in 1987. I came to US in 1992 and graduated from University of Central Florida in 1996 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. I am currently working on my MBA and also as an R&D engineer in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

    Please let me know if I could be of any help to any of the Sargodhians out there.

    Allah Hafiz

    Farhan



    Faisal Habib

    I joined PAF College > in 1986 (Munir Squardon) Pak no 863531 and was a part of the 35th CAE course, which was parallel to 90th GD(p). I left it in 1988 to pursue a degree in Information Systems from the UK. I worked in London for a while. After that I went on to work for an offshore banking firm in Tenerife-Spain. Currently working for a Call Centre based in Dubai. I'd like to stay in touch with all the Sargodhians.

    Faisal Habib



    Rehan Ahmad Khan

    I left PAF in 1990. Afterwards I did my Masters in Electronics (1992-94) from Quaid-e-Azam university. Than in 1994-96, I did my MS in Systems Engineering again from QAU, Islamabad. Then I joined Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission as a Senior Scientific Officer. Now I am working on deputation on National Data warehouse Project as Software Solution Developer with NCR in Pakistan.

    Rehan Ahmad Khan



    Rafi Shikoh

    Salams Dear Sargodhians,

    Memories of the two years at PAF College Sargodha will forever be golden to me. I was in the 87th CAE course and lived the first year in Younis and the second in Munir. After finishing F.Sc. at Sargodha, I failed to pass the entrance exam to Risalpur. This led me to the US. I completed my undergrad in Marketing from Southwest State University, in Minnesota and an MBA from UNC-Charlotte. I've been working for a small communications consulting company in Charlotte, NC as a marketing director for the last two years and have strong entrepreneurial goals. The character and traits that were built in Sargodah have led me to many successes and Inshallah many more will be coming.

    The class, the grace and the quality of this institution's education truly have no parallels in my mind. The friends that were made have been lifelong, the education was life changing and the experiences have forever molded the outlook on what it takes to succeed. I've kept in touch with many, especially Khalid Javed and Kamal Azfar (currently a Captain in the Army) Taimur Iqbal, Jawad Khan, Arshad Mahmood, Rashad Khan, Khalid Khan... get in touch if you can; I've lost your contact information!

    Rafi Shikoh



    Khalid Iqbal Jawaid

    My name is Khalid Iqbal Jawaid and am from the 37th CAE Entry. Completed F.Sc. in Sargodha; however, failed the entrance exam to PAF Academy. Joined the Army and passed out with 85th PMA Long course with the President's Medal. I was posted to an Artillery unit of choice but resigned the Army in 1994. Now, I am a CCIE and work for Cisco Systems in Belgium in the networking industry.
    I don't have words that can describe how I treasure the memories of PAF and PMA... so I won't even try... It's unforgettable. I hope I can find more lost mates out there... please feel free to email me.
    And, yes... Webmaster for Sargodhians.com... Tremendous job you are doing out there... excellent.. keep it up.

    Regards,

    Khalid



    Amer Ajmal

    i joined PAF college Sargodha as a Flt. Cdt. in 89th GD(P). I was in Allauddin Sqn and my Pak number was 868925. I still remember each and every tough day spent as a junior most and every great day spent as a final termer at the college .I after passing out from PAF college went to Risalpur and graduated from there in Admin Branch as I could not make a flyer due to airsickness. I have served at different Bases like Sargodha, Chaklala, Peshawar, Badaber, Kohat. I am presently commanding a Provost and Security unit at Samungli Quetta.

    I have two kids named as Hamza and Maarij. Hamza a boy aged 9yrs and Maarij a girl aged 6 years. I am enjoying my life as a satisfied man and miss pAF college daily (no exaggeration) and wish to be a cadet again as a final termer.

    Amer Ajmal


    M. Amir Ahmed Khan

    My name is M. Amir Ahmed Khan. I am basically from a small village near Charsadda NWFP, but raised mostly throughout Pakistan as my father was in the Army. I was in the 93rd GDP Course and attended P.A.F. College Sargodha from 1987 to 1989. I was in Alam house in my first term. In second term I was a Leading Cadet again at Alam house. In third term I moved to Munir house as a Corporal and in my final term I was a Sergeant again at Munir house.

    I did my FSC from PAF College Sargodha and was overall second in 93rd and 38th Engineering courses. I got my BS in Electrical Engineering from N-W.F.P. University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar http://www.geocities.com/CollegePark/Quad/2406/uetpage.html.

    I moved to US 1995. I worked for the US Army in Fort Knox, Kentucky. and then moved to California. Most of my experience is in managing, designing, and implementing Wireless, Voice/SS7 and Data networks while working with Qualcomm Inc. Ericsson and Globalstar. Presently I am working in the Product Management team for Cisco Systems in San Diego. I also completed my MBA from University of Redlands http://www.uor.edu in 2000

    M. Amir Ahmed Khan

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    Khurram Jamal Tamimi

    I am from 93rd GD. I have done my Masters in Business Administration with Major in Marketing from the International Islamic University Islamabad. I am currently working with a telecommunications/software company in Islamabad.

    Apart from my job I have a small software outsourcing business which is in its launch phase and it is going well by the grace of Allah.

    Khurram Jamal Tamimi



    Adnan Manan

    My name is Adnan Manan. I was in 38th CAE batch, which was parallel to 93rd GDP. I was there from 88 through 90. I have lived in Allaudin and Munir houses but I spent the longest time in Munir. My e-mail address is kilminjaro@hotmail.com. I am currently working as a Software Engineer in Peoria Illinois. I will try to keep in touch. If I run into any Sargodhians, I will let them know about this site. Again, it was nice to see something like this.

    Adnan



    Muaz Niazi

    Years at Sargodha: 1988-89 (F. Sc.) (38th CAE)
    Originally an Abbottonian, I joined the 38th CAE course in April 88. After doing my intermediate, I did my Electrical Engg. (Communications) at UET, Peshawar and graduated with honors in 1995. After that I joined the CTC (Computer Training Centre) for Post Graduate Training Program (PGTP) specializing in embedded design. After graduation in 97, I was posted in Islamabad. Since then I have served in a number of private firms in Pakistan such as NCR Corporation, Systems Research and Askari Information Systems.

    Since my engineering, I seem to have been working in one way or the other on Parallel/distributed computing. My engineering project (an embedded one) was a cordless modem for LAN. In addition, my post graduate work was also on wireless interfacing. Then, I have worked on PC based parallel processing as well. Nowadays too, I am working as a senior software engineer at Fidelity Investments in the US where I am involved on enterprise based development with pre-release versions of Microsoft's developer tools such as VS.NET, C#, .NET etc., in collaboration with Microsoft's Architects and consultants. My other interests include sub-atomic physics, multi-dimensional travel/transformations, parallel dimensions with respect to Islam and also studying Islamic Writings/Works by Awlia Allah.

    In my spare time, I have written, sometimes for magazines and professional journals e.g. In my college, I wrote for my UET Megazine CEMMAZINE and recently I have written for professional magazines such as "Visual C++ Developer's Journal". I also maintain a web site with inspirational writings on Islam, Science as well as software development , travel resources for travel to the US etc. (http://www.al-maqsood.org )

    Was Salaam,

    Muaz Niazi



    Nauman Faridi

    I stayed in Sargodha for the duration of my F.Sc. and flunked in the entry exam. Too bad for me as I loved every bit of my stay there. I was pretty good in Math but Physics was a little bit of pain. That's what brought me down. I had an outstanding grade in Math and merely 40+% in Physics.

    I am from Islamabad. Came here in the US in summer 91. Started in Business School of University of S Ala in Mobile and changed to CS within two quarters. Can't work with $$$. Finished my degree in 96 and was hired as a S/W Engineer at QMS Inc in the development team working on the Controllers for their print systems. Continued studies in MS in the same school and hopefully will be finishing in June.

    I guess I said too much and bored you enough. I tried to play with HTML too and created a page: www.geocities.com/BourbonStreet/7079. You should be able to access it from pak.og/jokes.

    I also have a site about the Nuke information on the following address:

    http://members.tripod.com/~paknewslinks

    Khuda Hafiz,

    Nauman


    Ihsan Majid Parhar

    I am from 94th GD(P). I was LFC and then Corporal in Minhas Sqdn. I was moved to Rafiqi in final the term. I was top scorer in all GD(P)s in F. Sc. exam and stood fourth in the Sargodha board. After not making it through the aptitude test in Risalpur, I joined UET, Lahore. Finally in 1998, moved to USA. Right now, studying and working in California.

    That's all about me. It was really exciting to see the Sargodhians homepage.

    Allah hafiz

    Ihsan Majid Parhar



    Hassan Altaf (1271T)

    I am Hassan Altaf from 23rd Entry. I am Tempestian and my college number was 1271. I finished my Matric from College and unfortunately due to medical reasons, I had to leave and then did my bachelors in computer sciences. From there my practical life started. I started working from Pakistan Tobacco Company and then some how managed to find a job in Singapore and then in Australia. Then my quest for world brought me here in Germany (Thanks o IT which gave me an opportunity to move around the world). I don't know where I will be next year. By the Grace of Allah, I got married 3 years back and Allah has blessed me with one smart and beautiful son. He is 1.5 years old now.

    Today I found this site luckily. I never knew about our Sargodhian's web site. But this is really a great site, where I found my course mates after 10 years. I was so excited that I can not explain. Well hope to see more fellows here soon inshallah.

    If there is any Sargodhian in this part of the world, do contact me on hassanaltaf@hotmail.com

    Allah Hafiz

    Hassan Altaf


    Qaiser Iqbal (1298S)

    My Name is Qaiser Iqbal and My College # was 1298. I am from 23rd Entry, Sabre House. After successfully completion of F.Sc. from this prestigious college, I did Bachelors in Computer Sciences and then Masters. Currently, I am in New Jersey, United States, doing a job for a Multinational Company. Through Sargodhians web site, I would to stay in touch with all my Sargodhain Brothers. If any Sargodhain needs any sort of help I will be glad to help him out. You can always contact me on my email: q_virgo@hotmail.com.

    Qaiser Iqbal



    Ahmad Bilal

    After F.Sc. from PAF College I have done my Graduation from Govt. College, Sahiwal with Math, Stat and Economics in 1998. Then I enrolled in Punjab University and did Masters in Business Economics (MBEcon) in 2000. Then I completed Internship with Mitchell's Fruit Farms at their Head Office in Accounts Department from Oct. 18, 2000 to Feb. 1, 2001. Since 2nd February, 2000 I am Working as Admin officer in a Software house ARCO_DATA Services which was recently established. The web site of ARCO is WWW.arcodata.net

    Allah Hafiz

    Ahmad Bilal



    Muhammad Noman Khaleeq (1264M)

    I am Muhammad Noman Khaleeq from 23 Entry. My college no is 1264. I am from Mirage house. I was also the house captain and an English debater. I have participated in declamation contests three times. I stood first twice and in the third I was second.

    I was the best commander in PT and parade. I was in the college football team from December 1990 to May 1995.

    Presently, I am a fighter pilot in the Air Force.

    Noman (1264M)

    23rd Entry


    Usama bin Tahir (1307T)

    I am Usama bin Tahir, (23rd Entry, 1307, Tempest house). I am basically from Sargodha but got settled in Islamabad. Passed out from Sargodha in 1994 and joined College of Aeronautical Engineering, Risalpur. I passed out from PAF Academy Risalpur in November, 1998 as an Aeronautical Engineer. I was initially posted to Kamra. Later on I got posted to Faisal (Karachi) in Feb, 2001 and presently stationed at the same place.

    Discovering this web page on net was totally astonishing and I couldn't help praising the efforts of the ones managing it all. Because of him now we are able to keep in touch with each other, no matter where ever we are.

    I am presently at Faisal, Karachi. I would certainly be more than glad, if I am of some help to any Sargodhian.

    That’s all for now. I leave with my good wishes to every Sargodhian and lots of thanks for the managers of this page for giving us such a golden opportunity to remain in touch as a family.

    Usama bin Tahir



    Syed Fida Marwat (1396M)

    I am Fida Marwat, 1396 Mirage, 24th Entry. I was in Sargodha from January 1991 to June 1996. It is indeed a great pleasure for me to come to know that the Sargodhians have gone on the cyber space. When I hear the name of Sargodha many memories spark in my mind, some sweet memories and some saltish ones. Sargodha was like a mother to me, which has given me my own-self. I think in words I can’t narrate the greatness of Sargodha. As much as I have learned in my five year stay in PAF College, Sargodha, I would have not been able to learn outside in even five centuries. In my five year stay at PAF College Sargodha, I learned one thing and that is, "SARGODHIAN is not the name of failure".

    I have completed my BE Avoinics from CAE NUST Risalpur and presently I am posted at PAF Base Mianwali.

    Syed Fida Marwat



    Adeel Ashraf (1395St)

    My name is M Adeel Ashraf. I am from 24th Entry (1395), Starfighter house. I have jsut completed my MBA. Currenlty I am busy in completing my theis on e-commerce. I am also working as marketing executive in Askari Leasing, Multan. My email address is ashrafmadeel@hotmail.com or adeel@adeelashraf.com. My web site is www.adeelashraf.com or www.adeelashraf.8m.com

    Adeel Ashraf

    Abrar Hassan

    I joined PAF College Sargodha in December 1990 and stayed till May 1996. I passed out from Pak. Marine Academy Karachi in December 1999 as a Marine Engineer. I have been serving on one of the vessels of Pakistan National Shipping Corporation.

    PAF College and my teachers mean a lot to me. I regard the memories n friends of PAF College as a great asset of mine. Anybody visiting Sargodha is more than welcome to my home there.

    Abrar Hassan

    24th Entry



    Waqar Ahmed Imran Khan (1408A),

    I am from 24th entry. When the college was reopened as public school in 1991, I was a part of one of the first entries, the 24th entry. Only two entries were chosen to start the college again and I luckily was part of one of it. There I found one of the best days of my life. Though it was tough earlier but we didn't know that we would miss these days so very much. Every thing is very nostalgic, very nostalgic indeed. Anyway that's the problem of all we Sargodhians, I guess.

    I was an ATTACKERITE and my college number was 1408, but in the last year of my stay I was shifted to a new house STARFIGHTER. After F.Sc. I cleared my ISSB but unfortunately I failed to join the Airforce due to a medical reason. Now I am an engineering student and doing Mechanical Engineering from UET Peshawar. I am, on this date (29th Nov. 1999), in third year. One last year is left in my engineering and after doing BE I have a plan to go to states for MS in Mechatronics.

    I am a regular attendant of old Sargodhians Peshawar chapter's gatherings. Besides very poor attendance of peshawari Sargodhians the chapter is having regular gatherings. All the credit goes to Col. Abdurrauf, who is doing a very good job keeping the association alive in peshawar.

    All the best to all the Sargodhians from a Sargodhian.

    Waqar Ahmed Imran Khan

    e-mail: sargodhian1408@yahoo.com or you can use sargodha@brain.net.pk


    Rizwan Rana

    I am from the 24th Entry. I joined PAF College, Sargodha on December 31, 1991. I was at Sargodha till June, 1996. I was initially in Tempest house and then after a year was transferred to Falcon house. During my F.Sc. I got appointment of House Captain. I was also a member of the College basketball team. I received a College colour in basketball for 1995-1996.

    Presently I have just completed B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering from NUST. I will be joining Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) to join EME CORP of Pakistan Army.

    Allah hafiz

    Rizwan Rana



    Haroon Suleman

    I remained in PAF College from 91-94. After matric, I left PAF College. I did my F.Sc. from PAF Degree College, Faisal, Karachi. Currently I am doing Mechanical Engineering from E & ME College (NUST), Rawalpindi. I shall be graduating in November 2000 (Inshallah). My father was also in PAF. He retired as a Wing Commander. I appreciate this site and this effort to reunite Sargodhians.

    Allah HAfiz.

    Haroon


    Sajil Rehmat Khan (1454A)

    My name is Sajeel Rehmat Khan (1454 A), Attacker house. I joined the PAF College, Sargodha on 11 April 1992 at the age of 13 1/2 years. I studies there till September 1995, after which I couldn't continue my studies there due to medical grounds. After coming out of PAF College, Sargodha, I joined the PAF College Peshawar and subsequently PAF College, Lahore and completed my F.Sc. with flying colors and stood 3rd among boys in the federal board in the pre medical group.

    Next in line was the King Edward medical college, Lahore. I joined King Edward medical college, Lahore in April 98. Now I am studying at King Edward medical college, Lahore in 4th yr. MBBS. I hope by the grace of Allah to graduate by the fall of 2003. After that I will be at the mercy of the fate and what it will have in store for me. I intend to go for my USMLE steps and my post graduation from America in the discipline of surgery, Inshallah.

    Sajeel Rehmat Khan



    Muzamil Riffat

    I am a proud Sargodhian, presently studying Mechanical Engineering in McGill University, Montreal Canada. I did my F.Sc. in 1997 from PAF College, Sargodha.

    I am probably the youngest of all of you, however, I am very enthusiastic to find this page on the Web. Please keep in touch. My college number was 1516.

    Regards to all Sargodhians

    Khuda Hafiz,

    Muzamil Riffat



    Syed Asad Abbas (1484A)

    My name is Syed Asad Abbas and I belong to the great Attacker House. My college number was 1484 and My entry was 25th entry the second entry to be granted the honors to enter that great school of all the Sargodhains. I was at Sargodha from April 1992 to May 1997. I was the House prefect of Attacker house. I was among the lucky few to be chosen for the 106 GD(P). I spent approximately 2 1/2 years at Risalpur, but was medically grounded. Thence forth I decided to come to the U.S.

    Currently, I am a student at Texas A & M University and my majors are Accounting and MIS. InshAllah, I would be graduating in the Year 2003. InshAllah, I will try to keep in touch.

    Syed Asad Abbas (1484A)

    25th Entry


    Bilal Amin

    I am Bilal Amin, from 25th Entry, Sabre house. I joined PAF College Sargodha in 1992. My five years stay there till 1997 are the golden years of my short life. I am a Sabrite. I was the college prefect, College declamation champion, Vice-captain College Hockey team and part of all the house teams. Then after Joining PAF Academy, Risalpur, I had the honour of being the Wing Under Officer and Captain of the Academy hockey team. In addition to that I became All Pakistan Declamation Champion three times. I have done Aeronautical Engineering in field of Aerospace. I am the proud recipient of the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee’s Trophy for best Performance in General Service Training. Since 1992, I am the second Sargodhian to achieve this. I am proud to be a part of Pakistan Air force and I am definitely proud of being a product of PAF College, Sargodha. I owe whatever I have achieved to my Alma Mater, the one and the only PAF College, Sargodha. We should all be proud to be part of it and we will always be because as they say that once a Sargodhian is always a Sargodhian.

    Wishing all my Sargodhian friends and brothers the best in their Lives. Hope to be in touch.

    My email address is bilal301@yahoo.com

    Bilal Amin



    Abdul Karim Khan

    My name is Abdul Karim Khan (1546-F), 25th Entry. I joined PAF college Sargodha in 1992. I am a Furian. I was also College Perfect of my house during my stay at PAF college. I learned a lot and I can not forget moments passed at PAF college Sargodha. I graduated from PAF college in 1997. After clearing ISSB, I joined the academy in 1997 with 106 GD(P) course. However, unfortunately I was medically unfit in pre-flying medical in 1999. So I was medically boarded out. Then I joined MBA from International Islamic University and completed in June, 2002. Currently I am working as assistant manager Establishment -3 in Pakistan Ordanance Factories Wah cantt. I am residing in Rawalpindi and my phone number is: (R) 051-5520987, (Office) 0596-9314101-24226 (Mobile) 03205114108.

    Abdul Karim Khan



    Saud Ghulam Nabi

    I am Saud Ghlam Nabi from 26th Entry. My hobbies include reading and writing poetry. I play cricket and polo. I was Urdu section editor of "Sargodhian". Presently, I am in Academy in 108th GD(P) course. Allah willing, we will be passing out soon.
    Well, that is all about me. Let's all join our hands to give back in the shape of tribute to our Almameter which has bestowed upon us so much of its love & acceptace. Allah be with all of you. Allah Hafiz

    Saud Ghulam Nabi


    Umair Feroze Awan (1559-Fn)

    I am from 26th entry which, joined PAF College, Sargodha on 9th April 1993.

    Allah Hafiz

    Umair Feroze Awan

    Khurram Shahzad Samad (1560)

    I am Khurram Shahzad Samad, college no 1560. I spent my 5 years at PAF College Sargodha. Honoring the role of PAF College in polishing my skills which I could not figure out during my stay but realize it right now. I am now studying at Fast-National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore. I am amongst the top scorers of my college and have won leading competitions across Pakistan in field of Software Development. My future plans are to study further and I am planning to develop my own Software Development business.

    A few words about my College, PAF College Sargodha... I want to say much but words are not enough to show my love and thanks to my college. You people can contact me on my msn at sk_shahzad@hotmail.com and mail to me any time at 801@nu.edu.pk

    Take care all

    A Sargodhian

    SK


    Junaid Abbas Mirza (1562)

    This is Junaid Abbas Mirza, formerly 1562-Sabre. I joined PAF College Sargodha on 9th April 1993 in 26th entry. I left the college in 1996 and continued my education in DPS Gujranwala. After FSc, I joined Pakistan Navy as a Cadet on 4th July, 1999. After completion of one and a half year of training in PNS RAHBAR, Pakistan Naval Academy that is, I recieved Chairman JCSC Gold Medal for being overall best Cadet of my course. I then served onboard PNS MOAWIN for six months as a MIDSHIPMAN and then got commisioned on 9th July, 2001. I got the coveted SWORD OF HONOUR for my term.

    Presently, I am undertraining at Pakistan Navy Engineering College, PNS JOHAR Karachi as a Sub Lieutenant and am doing my BE in Electronics and Weapon Systems. My e-mail addresses are jabbas@pnec.edu.pk and jaidi6159@hotmail.com

    Junaid Abbas Mirza

    S/Lt Pakistan Navy


    Muhammad Bilal Butt

    I am Bilal Butt. I am from Lahore. I joined PAF College, Sargodha on 9th April 1993. (That was he day that I can't forget for my whole life). I was in Fury house, 26th entry (1633F). I was a plian taper and graduated in 1998. After Sargodha, I joined 55th Engg course (by the grace of ALLAH Almighty) in Risalpur in 1998. I am one of the top cadets of my course. I am right now in quarter final term in Risalpur. I have the appointment of Leading Aviation cadet, which is the top most appointment in Risalpur Acamedy.

    Bilal Butt


    Umair Shahid (1564F)

    My name is Umair Shahid and my college number is 1564. I am from the 26th entry and am a Furian. I joined PAF College Sargodha in 1993 and passed out in 1998. I am currently studying for my engineering degree from GIK Institute in the field of computer systems. I would really love to hear from any Sargodhian. My e-mail address is u980154@giki.edu.pk

    Umair Shahid


    Junaid Rafiq

    I am Junaid Rafiq (Jenny as my entry-mates know me), 1569, a Miragian, from 26th Entry (ThunderBolts). I Joined PAF College in 1993 and left in 1998 after completing my F.Sc. I was House Captain Mirage House, a College color holder in football (friends known me as Junaid 'O Baggio), General Secretary of Hobbies club and got third position in college in F.Sc Board exam. I could not join PAF due to some medical problems so joined PMA and graduated with the presidents Gold medal. I was medically boarded out later on in PAF Academy Risalpur. After having tried my luck in forces, I started my bachelors in Engineering from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, (GIKI); My majors being Computer Systems. I worked with PSO as a SAP Consultant in Karachi after my graduation. Currently I am working with NCR Corporation as Professional Services consultant. I am moderating the 26th entry mailing list, would love to hear from anybody.

    sj.rafiq@gmail.com

    - A winner never quits a quitter never wins -

    Regards,

    Junaid Rafique


    Muhammad Sheheryar (1577F)

    I am Muhammad Sheheryar from 26th entry (1577) and a Falconite. I am from lahore. Stayed in PAF College Sargodha from 1993 - 1998 and then joined PAF Academy Risalpur. My course is 108 GD(P) and was graduated as a fighter pilot in 2001. Indeed it is a great pleasure to know that many Sargodhians and latest information about every event on a click. I am very proud to be the part of this prestegious institution which has nurtured me to this level. In the end, I pay my regards and well wishes to all the Sargodhians and to the coming generations. A PROUD SARGODHIAN! Muhammad Sheheryar


    Yasser Latif Hamdani

    I am Yasser Latif Hamdani. I have graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Rutgers University. Though I have had a great experience in the US, I still sometimes feel the Pilot in me jumping out, and in those melancholy moments I regret my decision to leave the Air Force.

    My Website is http://www.ylh.cjb.net

    Some of my articles on Pakistan and Pakistani Politics have been published world wide .... here are a few links ...

    http://www.chowk.com/bin/showa.cgi?yhamdani_may1500

    http://www.chowk.com/bin/showa.cgi?yhamdani_may2900

    http://www.chowk.com/bin/showa.cgi?yhamdani_jun2401

    http://www.chowk.com/bin/showa.cgi?yhamdani_apr0901

    I have dedicated my life to Pakistan and in its cause home and abroad, and I hope pray and wish all my fellow Sargodhians Pilots Engineers and Civillians will do the same!

    PAF is one of the most professional Air Forces in the whole world and I am proud to have been a part of it.

    Long Live PAKISTAN

    Long Live PAF

    Yasser



    Adnan Ashraf (1739S)

    I am Adnan Ashraf, 1739-S. I was in PAF Inter-College Islamabad before joining PAF College, Sargodha, in September 1995. I was in Sabre house and my College number was 1739-S. I was in self-financing scheme. I was not sure whether I wanted to join the Airforce or not. I left the College after my matriculation in April 1997. Now I am in Bahria College, Islamabad.

    Adnan Ashraf


    Tashfeen Suleman (1750S)

    My name is Tashfeen Suleman (roll no. 1750S). My father and uncle also happens to be an ex-Sargodhian
    Name: Rao Qamar Suleman, Roll no. 851-S, Email:
    raoqamar@yahoo.com

    Name: Rao Babar Suleman, Roll no. 1078-S, Email: babarsuleman@hotmail.com

    I joined PAF College, Sargodha in August 1995. I only spent three years in Sargodha College and left after Matric due to weak eye sight in 1997. I was in the college Basketball and the Karate teams in Sargodha. I also represented the college in a few declamation contests and was the compere for the Annual Parents Show for two years. I also worked as the student editor of the weekly newsletter in Sargodha. I got 715 marks in Matric and 852 marks in FSc (which I completed from Bahria College Islamabad in 2000).
    I am doing Bachelors in Computer Sciences from Lahore University of Management Sciences. I have completed six quarters and am in the seventh quarter (second year at college).
    Apart from the curriculum, I play basketball and participate in dramatics. I have opened up a web development company by the name of Grafxpert Web Developers http://www.grafxpert.net/index.htm Email: info@grafxpert.net. We have recently completed a web site for an American IT Solutions Company by the name of Edvisor Technology Solutions http://www.edvisor.net . Currently I am working with TeamWeb in LUMS whose primary task is to manage and maintain the official site of our university http://www.lums.edu.pk . My current task on this website is to make a 3D walk through of lums which I would complete by February next year.
    I am also working part time for a software house by the name of Computing Solutions http://computingsolutions.com.pk
    Apart from this I am also trying to open a Non Government Organization that would provide Financial Aid for people who cannot afford higher education in decent colleges of our country. Its name is Florence Charity Trust and its website would be uploaded as soon as its infrastructure is designed by the different students who are working with me on this project. I am going to start giving presentations for this NGO in order to better publicize this concept within the general public.
    I am also working for another NGO that is setting up a school in Lahore. It would provide primary education at the lowest cost possible. Its name has not yet been decided but we have bought a location where it is going to be build. We are always running short of funds but this is something that we need to take care of. I am also building a website for this school and it would be uploaded sometimes in October.
    As for now, I am trying to be a CS major with minor in networking. And then I plan to go abroad for higher studies.

    Khudahafiz.

    Tashfeen Suleman


    Mohammad Ali Ahmed (1766A)

    I am Mohammad Ali Ahmed 1766 from Attacker house and of 28th entry. I joined PAF college on 1st September 1995. After completing my F.Sc. in June 2000 I could not continue in PAF due to medical reasons but I always remember the lovely time spent in PAF College Sargodha. Now I am studying in Ghulam Ishaq Institute Of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI) in the Faculty of Computer Sciences. The most I miss are my teachers of PAF College Sargodha and the friends I had there. PAF College Sargodha has educated and taught me so much that there is really no institution in Pakistan like PAF College Sargodha.

    I am indebted to this institution and all its staff coz combined they have nurtured me in their lap of love, wisdom and knowledge. I am so proud and thankful to Allah that He blessed me with the title SARGODHIAN.

    Salam and Regards

    Mohammad Ali Ahmed


    Hissaan Hasan Haqqani (1777M)

    My name is Hissaan Hasan Haqqani. I Was commonly known all over as just,'Haqqani'. My college number was 1777 and I am a Miragian from 28th Entry. I joined PAF college, Sargodha on the 1st of September 1995. I think I was Quite popular among other Sargodhians of my time, probably because of my extracurricular acivities, i.e., debates and stuff. Went to Aitichison college, Lahore, with a Fellow entrymate just after I arrived at PAF college, to represent the Sargodhians in Pakistan English debates competetion. I also hosted "The Old Sargodhians Reunioun" a couple of times.
    Right now, I am in the U.S studying for a computer/electrical engineering degree. I am out of touch with almost all of my entrymates and bhais except for a few. My mailing address is Haqqani,670 Willey Street Morgantown WV 26505 USA and my email address is hissaanhaqqani@hotmail.com. I would really be very happy to receive an email from a fellow Sargodhian anytime, anywhere!!!
    Thanx.

    Hissaan Hasan Haqqani


    Ali Luqman Aziz (1802A)

    I am Ali Luqman Aziz. An attackrite 1802 form 28th entry. Now a days I am in Melbourne, Australia, pursuing my studies in software development. In Melbourne life is going very fine. If there are any Sargodhians in Australia, specially in Melbourne I would like to know them.

    My e-mail address is aliluqmanaziz@yahoo.com and my postal address in Melbourne is:
    6/12 Osborne Avenue, Gleniris Vic 3146, Melbourne, Aaustralia.

    Allah hafiz

    Ali Luqman Aziz



    Mujahid Sharif (1857S)

    I am Mujahid Sharif and I am proud of being a Sargodhian. I am from 29th entry and my house was Sabre. I enjoyed my stay at PAF College. These were the golden days of my life. I studied till matriculation in Cadet College due to self-finance scheme. I represented my house in declamation contest from the juniors. I also joined junior college hockey team. I participated in house activities, which gave me the spirit of competition. I really miss my house and college. Now I m in Nishtar Medical college doing my M.B.B.S. My emails are mujahidsharif@hotmail.com and doctormujahid@yahoo.com

    Mujahid Sharif



    Umair Qureshi

    I am from 33rd entry which is stiil present in the college and will be till the start of 2005. I am from Falcon house. I belong to Jhelum. Its really a fun to be here. When I think of leaving this heavenly place, I can not make out a true picture of what will be my responce but one thing I know that I would be very sad. If I try to sum up the things I have gotton from here, I must say that miturity is the first thing and a lots of opertunities for an ideal student carear. I am intersted in the litrary and creative activities more like poetry, painting and dramatics etc. I try to have an active participation in events involving these activities. Games are secondary objective. I beleive. I think that this institution is not only an institution but a whole world of knowledge lies in here.

    Its impossible to forget this world once you have entered it. LASTLY I MUST SAY THAT I WOULD HAVE BEEN NOTHING IF I WERE NOT A SARGODHIAN. AND I AM PROUD TO BE.

    Umair Qureshi


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