Prof Malik S Din who retired as VP Gordon College passed away


Rawalpindi: The prominent Christian leader and entrepreneur Mr. Nisar Khan resident of Long Island New York was shocked to hear about death of his father Professor Malik S Din in Pakistan.

Almost all students of Professor Din whom he has taught were along with Malik’s were grieved on August 17, 2020, on his death.

 Prof Malik taught Physics at Gordon College Rawalpindi and retired as the VP at Gordon College.

He was born to very large family that was mostly in the agricultural field and his father served in the British Army, he started his early education at the C T I High School - Sialkot and had the top position in the Board in 1954, with his name on the accomplishment chart at CTI - Barah Pather High School Sialkot.

later on he went to Gordon College to finish his Bachelors and then did his Masters from the Punjab University with distinction and joined as a Lecturer at Gordon College in the early 60’s, and later in the early 70’s left for Nigeria and stayed there till the late 80’s, and joined the Gordon College and stayed till his retirement.

As a Student he was recognized as bright and goal oriented, as a Professor at Gordon College he headed the Dramatic Society and Quantum Club. The College is recognized to have played an important role in the Arts and Culture of Pakistan thru its contribution of talented artists, very accomplished academia and notable personnel in the Land, Air and Sea officers in the Country.

He has served as an Elder to Presbyterian Church in Raja Bazar - Rawalpindi.

His memorial service is on Friday August 21st 2020 at 5.00 pm PST.

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