इंडियन आवाज़     18 Feb 2019 12:35:35      انڈین آواز

Prof. Shaukat Ali passes away

 S Ali

Our Correspondent /Gaya

Well known academician, social worker and noble human being of Gaya, Prof Shaukat Ali passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Bangalore where he was undergoing treatment for some time. He was 67. He survived by his wife Asamat, son Sharim Ali and three daughters Shehla Jabeen, Sadaf and Sanober.

Prof Ali was the youngest son of noted Islamic scholar and author Syed Riyasat Ali Nadvi. His son Sharim Ali is also well known politician of Bihar

His funeral will take place at his ancestral village Abgila in Gaya on Sunday.

His death has sent pall of gloom among his relatives, friends and well wishers. He retired as Principal of Jagjivan College Gaya where he spent most of his academic and professional life.  He was also fond of NCC in the college and rose to the rank of a Major.

During his service and after retirement, he remained involved in social activities of the city and state. He was particularly concerned over education of poor and community.  He always used to help poor and meritorious students.

His death has left a huge void in the Gaya social circle..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *



ICC Test rankings: Kohli remains on top; Pujara holds on to his 3rd spot

Captain Virat Kohli remained on top while teammate Chesteshwar Pujara managed to hold on to his third position ...

India assured of 5 medals at 70th Strandja Memorial Boxing

  Harpal Singh Bedi / New Delhi Defending champion Amit Panghal opened his campaign on a victorious not ...

Boxing: Gaurav Solanki, Naman Tanwar enter quarterfinals of Strandja Memorial Tournament

Commonwealth Games medal-winning duo of Gaurav Solanki and Naman Tanwar have entered the quarterfinals of 70th ...



President Kovind confers PM Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2019

    AMN / NEW DELHI President Ram Nath Kovind today conferred the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya ...

Major buildings in India go blue as part of UNICEF’s campaign on World Children’s Day

Our Correspondent / New Delhi Several monuments across India turned blue today Nov 20 – the World Children ...


Indian short film wins award at Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival

  By Utpal Borpujari / New Delhi “Binnu Ka Sapna”, a short film by Kanu Behl of “Titli” fame, ...

Google dedicates doodle to Madhubala on her 86th birth anniversary

Google dedicates doodle to Madhubala on her 86th birth anniversary   One of India's most beautifu ...


@Powered By: Logicsart