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PSAJK condoles demise of Dr Adil Masoodi, Chairman KMA


Srinagar, Jan 18: Private Schools Association of Jammu and Kashmir (PSAJK) has expressed its condolences over the demise of teacher, scholar and Chairman Kashmir Model Academy, Dr Adil Masoodi.

A delegation of PSAJK led by its president G N Var visited the bereaved family to express their sympathies. The delegation comprised of Ab Majid Bhat, District Coordinator Srinagar, Tahir Hussain Wagay, Zonal President Batamaloo and other members.

Later on the Association held a condolence meeting wherein the participants remembered the life and work of Dr Adil. G N Var described Adil Masoodi’s demise as a huge loss for the Association as well as the students. “A polite, polished, well mannered, always smiling, Adil was a committed and dedicated teacher, master, manager, organiser possessing every quality to lead the educational mission of the family,” said Var. “We have lost a well wisher, colleague, and a close companion.”

Abdul Majid Bhat, District Coordinator PSAJK said that it was a personal loss for him as Dr Adil was a close friend as well as a colleague par excellence.

Tahir Hussain Wagay Zonal President Batamaloo termed the departed soul as a noble torchbearer for private economy schools and his vision towards providing affordable quality education to masses will remain relevant for a long time to come.

It is pertinent to mention that the deceased is the son of of great educationist Prof A G Masood, patron Moonland Group of Schools. The family has taken it as a mission to spread education in the area and Dr Adil was the most active member of this holy mission.
The meeting concluded with prayers for the departed soul. The participants prayed for the grant of Jannat to the departed soul and courage to the family to bear this loss.

The participants reiterated that the Association stands firm besides the family of the departed soul at this hour of grief.

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