Ahmed Rashid, a beloved personality of the education department
If all the cadres of the education department make a list of all the favorite personalities, then of course Ahmed Rashid’s name will be at the top of the list. Managed to –
He was born on June 1, 1960, in the famous town of Omarzai in Charsadda. His father’s name was Abdul Rauf. He also belonged to the teaching profession. He was just three years old when he lost his father’s shadow. His uncle Sami-ur-Rehman, who was a retired principal, took charge of the training. He received his early education from Government High School Omarzai. He also obtained his matriculation certificate from the same school.
He graduated from Charsadda Degree College and obtained his MA in Pashto from the University of Peshawar. Later, he also succeeded in obtaining his MA in Journalism from the same university. He did his B.Ed from IER. Then he got his M.Ed degree from the Agricultural University in private. In his student days, he was considered one of the brightest students.
He was interested in becoming a teacher since childhood and then started his career as a lecturer in Government High School Nasta in 1981. Later she was posted at CT post at Dabgri Gate. Then in 1998 public service After passing the examination of the commission, he became the headmaster and was posted in Government High School Nothia Qadeem. Thanks to his hard work, he was transformed into a model school. He then became Deputy DO Peshawar. This turning point proved to be the turning point of his life.
He promoted extra-curricular activities. In 2007, he drafted an upgrade for primary teachers. Thus, teachers were promoted for the first time. He also made a staff statement for educational institutions. In 2010, he performed his duties as Deputy DO in Charsadda. He also served as District Officer Charsadda per mail.
He also served as Assistant Controller in Malakand Board for some time. Textbook Board SS Pashto also rendered services in Peshawar and was the Secretary Textbook Board from 2013 to 2017. He served as the District Manager in the ILO. He also worked in the Swap Project. He has also been the Principal of the Central School Government Shaheed Hasnain Higher Secondary School in Peshawar. School Rajar retired from Charsadda.
Just as you value your superiors, so do you treat your subordinates with compassion.
The secret of their popularity was not to create problems but to come up with acceptable solutions. He was becoming a figure of humility and submission, but his awe was also amazing. Even if he was angry, love would be reflected in him. Look at every issue through the lens of wisdom and insight. This is about the days
when there was a new entry in my education department, there was a problem of entry of degrees in the service book. Someone told me a long way to go. The soul is the officer. He saw my original credentials and signed them very easily. I meet him with great politeness and respect that day and today. Haji Sahib served in various capacities.
The fact is that he was a great teacher and a great administrator. He knew the art of public dealing. He returned to his home pavilion after playing a brilliant inning of his academic career. However, his circle of friends is very wide, but his special comrades include Hakimullah, Sahibzada Hamid Mahmood, Jans Khan Asghar Ali, Hamid Jan, Ayaz Khan, and Aurangzeb.