Hyderabad is the second largest city in the province Sindh. It is the fourth largest city in the country.
The city was founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro upon the ruins of a Mauryan fishing village along the bank of the Indus known as Neroon Kot.
Formerly the capital of Sindh, it serves as the headquarter of the district of Hyderabad.
Before the creation of Pakistan, it was known as the Paris of India, for its roads used to be washed with river water.
Hyderabad, now a day, is a hub of educational activities. In this district, a good number of colleges are established most are affiliated with the University of Sindh.
Historical Background of Muslim Science Degree College Hyderabad:
In 1925 the Muslim Education Society was established by Mr. Noor Muhammad Lakheer in Hyderabad city. In 1934 (present Noor Muhammad High School) delivered to Muslim Education Society and named “Hyderabad High School”. In 1937 after the death of Mr. Noor Muhammad Lakheer the name of this school was changed from Hyderabad High School to his name “Noor Muhammad High School”.
After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the building of Noor Muhammad High School was divided into two portions. One portion for Noor Muhammad High School and second for Muslim College.
The Muslim College was established in 1958 and offered the subjects of Science, Art, and Commerce at the intermediate level. On 25th September 1972, the Muslim College was restricted only to Science subject at the intermediate level.
In 2009 it had given a status of Degree College and named “Government Muslim Science Degree College”
The Muslim Science Degree College is called the heart of Hyderabad city. In this college number of great scholars and permanent professionals were attached and associated as principal. Below table shows the name of principals/ In charge from its inception.
Name of the principal from its inception
Name of Principals
|01||Mr. Aaga Kalb-e-hyder||1958||1959|
|02||Mr. K.A. Niyer||1959||1960|
|03||Mr. A.M. Nizamani||1961||1966|
|04||Mr. Muhammad Umer Memon||1967||1969|
|05||Mr. Asad Beg kalich Beg||1970||1971|
|06||Prof. A.M. Nizamani||197J||1972|
|07||Mr. Muhammad hafeez Qureshi||1972||1972|
|08||Prof. A. Hakim Shaikh||1972||1973|
|09||Prof. Saiyid Basit Ali||1973||1974|
|10||Prof. Khwaja Khalil Ahmed Siddiqi||1974||1976|
|11||Mr. Alamchand Chansani||11-11-1976||04-05-1977|
|12||Prof S.M. Inam-ul- Haque||05-05-1977||06-08-1979|
|13||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||1979||1980|
|14||Prof. M.A. Siddiqui||24-05-1980||13-07-1981|
|15||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||14-07-1981||04-081981|
|16||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||05-09-1981||24-07-1985|
|17||Dr. Shrif Memon||25-09-1985||29-08-1989|
|18||Prof Syed Qaisar Raza||30-08-1989||25-01-1990|
|19||Prof Ghulam Rasool Baloch||26-01-1990||11-08-1991|
|20||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||11-08-1991||26-10-1993|
|21||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||27-10-1993||08-03-1994|
|22||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||09-03-1994||02-11-1994|
|23||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||02-11-1994||19-02-2001|
|24||Prof. Abdul Samad Ansari||20-02-2001||01-01-2001|
|25||Prof. Nasrullah Shaikh||01-01-2002||23-05-2002|
|26||Prof. A.M. Abbasi||23-05-2002||25-08-2003|
|27||Prof. Nasrullah Shaikh||25-08-2003||30-04-2007|
|28||Prof. Muhammad Aslam Rajput||30-04-2007||02-05-2008|
|29||Prof. Muhammad Nawaz Channa||02-05-2008||01-11-2010|
|30||Prof. Ghulam Ali Jamali||29-01-2011||24-08-2011|
|31||Prof. Dr. Mirza Inam Ali Baig||24-08-2011|
|32||Prof. Basheer Ahmed Siyal|
|33||Prof. Sher Ahmed Nizamani||Till Date|
Staff of the Muslim Science Degree College
At present, the total strength of teaching staff is 45.
|04||Director Physical Education||BPS- 17||01|
Above the total strength of teaching staff are 45 which are well experienced and committed to their fields. Moreover, there is 36 nonteaching staff are serving. Below a table is given to shows the strength of non-teaching staff in college.
Non-teaching Staff of Muslim College