“Live amongst people in such a manner that when your are alive, people crave for your company and if you die, they weep over you.”
– Imam Ali (a.s)
PATHOLOGY VIVA 3rd YEAR, 2012:
I entered his room, he was sitting with an attendance register in front of him.
– Ok so what’s your name and roll number?
Sir Paras, Roll# 99
– Paras?? What’s the meaning of Paras?
Sir it’s an imaginary stone that can convert everything into Gold.
-Ok let me check your attendance.
-3rd position and 86% attendance (as I can recall) Paras ap ka mai kia Viva lun?? Jaen ap ( Paras what should I ask you? You can leave).
Thank you soo much Sir 🙂
PATHOLOGY VIVA 4th YEAR, 2013:
– (After asking my name and roll number) 2nd position in pre-prof?? asae agye thi ya parha tha?? 😀 (You got that by chance or studied for it? :D)
-Sir parha tha 😀 ( Sir I studied). Sir I want to be a Pathologist. I am not very hard working and I don’t give much time to study but I enjoy studying Pathology.
– Ok aik research karo aur ajaoo. ( Just do a research and join us).
17th FEBRUARY 2014:
Our Pathology HOD and Karachi University’s Dean of Medicine Dr. Javed Kazi has been shot dead outside the Karachi Medical and Dental College, when he was returning home after taking his daily class at KM&DC.
Prof. Dr. Javed Iqbal Kazi (M.B.B.S., Dip. R.C. Path, from London, Ph.D) had been teaching at Karachi Medical and Dental college from 15 years. He was the Head of Pathology Department and was recently assigned as the Dean of Medicine department of Karachi University. He was loved by all for his charismatic personality, kind attitude, great way of teaching and excellent knowledge in Pathology. I still remember that he did not use a cell phone and I got so surprised that how can a person survive without a cell phone in this age but he was really a a man of his own rules and regulations. He was simple in fact simply charismatic. I wanted to be a pathologist just because of him. He was my ideal and will be my ideal for my whole life. He is going to stay in my heart for ever and for always.
I have no words to express my feelings on such a great loss. He was not only a great teacher but the greatest human being we could have. I will miss him badly, very very badly. I, being a human and his student (feeling privileged), protest against his brutal killing and want justice for him.
May Allah grant him the highest place in Jannah. Ameen!
Let’s stand together for Prof. Dr. Javed Iqbal Kazi.
Justice we want!