SU acting VC, Registrar condole death of noted educationist Prof Qalandar Shah Lakyari.

JAMSHORO -- The acting vice-chancellor of Sindh University Prof.


Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro and registrar Ghulam Muhammad Bhutto have expressed deep sorrow over the death of noted linguist and educationist Prof Qalandar Shah.

He died of cardiac arrest on Friday morning in a Karachi hospital after a protracted illness.

He was 80.

In his condolence message, the acting VC Dr Kalhoro said that Prof Qalandar Shah was an institution of English education and treasure of knowledge whose sudden demise had created a big vacuum.

'The academic services of Prof Shah can never be forgotten.

He was a dedicated teacher with pragmatic approach', he said and added that the late professor will always be remembered on account of his taintless and disinterested services in the field of English language, literature and research.

'A large number of students profited immensely from his knowledge and wisdom.

The 20th century saw his works,' he said and added the literature and knowledge had received a bitter blow by the professor Shah's death.

The vice chancellor termed Prof Shah's death such a loss of learning that it would not be repaired anytime soon.

'The demise of someone as learned as the late professor is a great loss of English language and literature', he said.


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