About the Manager
Born in 1940 at Tanda, an Industrial Town of the then Faizabad district and after having held many administrative posts under U.P. State Govt. lastly retired as Joint Secretary to Govt. of Uttar Pradesh in 1998. Soon after retirement he was unanimously elected Manager of Karamat Hussian Muslim Girls P.G. College, Lucknow, the most prestigious women college of Muslim Minority Community in Northern India which caters from Nursery to Post Graduation.
The progress of a college depends to a larger extent on an efficient management. Mr. Syed Shuaib Ahmed while holding the post of Manager, has all time concern to the betterment of the college. His untiring efforts and sincere experience which he possesses in the field of administration as joint secretary to Govt. of U.P., has benefited the college in every field.
The college presently imparts knowledge to approximately 7000 girl students in its three wings.
He was recently awarded “Bharat Jyoti” (See Photograph Above) by Indian International Friendship Society at Senate Hall New Delhi in the year 2011 for his outstanding services, achievements and contributions in the field of education. Was again presented “Seva Chakra” award by Exclusive “AAj TAK News” for his distinguished services to the nation in 2011 at Bhubhaneshwar (Orissa) in the field of education.
He is very much associated with U.P. Cricket Association since 1965. Presently is holding the post of Joint Secretary cum Director in the Association, is also member of Programme and Fixture Committee of Board of Control for Cricket in India. He is also General Secretary All India Minorities Forum for Democracy, looking after the problems of minorities all together.
On 10 March, 2015, the manager of the college Syed Shuaib Ahmed, was felicitated by the Progressive Cultural Society, Lucknow, in Rai Uma Nath Bali Auditorium, Kaiserbagh.
He was presented Shan-E-Oudh Award & a certificate with a memento for his commendable services in the field of education.
In his felicitation speech, Mr. Ahmad mentioned about the challenges and actions needed for quality education in minority institutions to cope with other colleges.
Thirty (30) meritorious students of B.Ed. department of this college were also awarded medals for their overall performance and excellence.