Sons of Murray College
Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal
(Session: (1893 to 1895.)
Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal, was a South Asian Muslim writer, philosopher, and politician. He teacher and mentor, Maulvi Mir Hassan served the school and the college for a record period of sixty long years. In 1890, the total number of students on the college rolls did not go beyond 17.
When the college moved to its present premises in 1909, the total numbers of students was 41 only. With the shifting of the college to its present site, its name was changed to Murray College. It was necessitated by a legacy left by Captain Jhon Murray for the college.
Faiz Ahmed Faiz
(Session: 1927 to 1929)
In addition to being a revolutionary, Faiz Ahmad Faiz is also one of the most well-known Urdu writers. He is also a proud son of Murray College. Faiz got the Lenin Peace Prize and was a nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature.
In 1990, the Pakistani government presented him with the Nishan-e-Imtiaz, the country’s highest civil honour.
(13 February 1911 – 20 November 1984)
Kuldip Nayar was one of the most talented Murraites. He was a human rights and peace activist. He joined the Indian delegation to the United Nations in 1996. He was proposed as a Rajya Sabha candidate in the Indian Parliament in August 1997.
Kuldip Nayar Journalism Award has been established in his honour. The award is given to recognise those working in local media or who have made remarkable contributions to journalism. On March 19, 2017, the first journalist to receive this honour was NDTV’s Ravish Kumar.
(Session: 1977 to 1982)
People usually talk of life changing experiences they have in their lives, but what I had at Murray College, Sialkot, was truly a life-making experience.
The very name of this prestigious seat of learning unfolds to me an inexhaustible treasure of bitter-sweet memories spanning six precious years of my life from 1977 to 1982.
یادیں ۔۔۔۔ روح کی پگڈنڈی پر
قطرہ قطرہ ٹپکتی رہتی ہیں ؛
جیسے معبدوں کی نیم تاریک قربان گاہوں میں
! مقدس موم بتیوں سے موم گرا کرتی ہے
DR. ATIQUE UR REHMAN
(Session: 1980 to 1982)
Brig (r) Dr Atique Ur Rehman Memorizing his days at Murray College, Dr Atique Ur Rehman says, he is proud to be alumni of this superior alma matter. He passed his intermediate in 1982 and joined Pakistan Army. He retired as Brigadier . He served in ISPR for 24 years. He did his PhD in International Relations from QAU, Islamabad. He was also appointed Director Media CPEC authority after retirement. He regularly speaks and write on digital platforms on strategic communication and global issues
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