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KU security guard recruited as a lecturer after doing MPhil – OyeYeah News

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KU Security Officer Hired as an Instructor After Earning MPhil!

This latest success story inspires many who want to achieve something in life.

If a person has a passion and love for education, no force in the world or difficulties along the way can distract him from his mission.

A competent security guard at the University of Karachi, who is currently carrying out the duties of a lecturer, has shown the same.

Akhtar Nawaz Khatak, 35, a security guard at Karachi University, worked to manage his family, work and education.

As a result, he is now employed as a visiting faculty member in KU’s Criminology Department.

Akhtar Nawaz Khatak, from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said in an interview with a private news channel that when he got the job, he was just a matric pass and had no particular way of speaking, but had a passion for reading and reading. said to have had Dedication in his heart. For this reason, he continued his educational journey with a security guard job at Karachi University.

Akhtar Nawaz said that when he was admitted to MPhil, he started working night shifts so he could attend MPhil classes in the morning.

“I worked the night shift for two to two and a half years, and my family supported me during that time,” he said.

He said that when MPhil was completed, the head of the department asked him to teach in the department. Insha Allah.

Akhtar Nawaz said he has written a paper on street crime, its causes and its remedies.

They say that if a person has the dedication and desire to do something, nothing is impossible.

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