• Petitioned Chairman Physics, SSE Dean, LUMS VC, Advisory Board, Board of Governors

This petition was delivered to:

Chairman Physics, SSE Dean, LUMS VC, Advisory Board, Board of Governors

Extension of Dr Hoodbhoy's post without degradation of employment terms

    1. Student Body
    2. Petition by

      Student Body

      Lahore, Pakistan

It has recently come to our knowledge that Dr Hoodbhoy will be leaving LUMS at the end of this term. Before any decision could be finalized, we, the student body, wanted to ensure that our voices regarding this matter are heard. As his students, Dr Hoodbhoy holds a very esteemed station for us. Not only is he an invaluable asset as an instructor but continues to be a mentor par excellence to all those students who seek his advise. His every lecture and talk has displayed his academic excellence and losing him would be a great loss for LUMS, especially for students.

We would like to respectfully request that his term be extended without any adverse change in conditions of his employment. Hopefully our opinions will also be taken under consideration.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Tariq Ahsan OTTAWA, CANADA
      • almost 2 years ago


    • Azhar Iqbal AUSTRALIA
      • almost 2 years ago

      It is not unusual knowing that a faculty member is proud of his/her affiliation to a particular academic institution. Only in very rare and lucky cases, the institutions takes pride in having special individuals in their faculty listings. Everyone knows that Prof Hoodbhoy belongs to the later case. If LUMS does not know that then this shows that there are "issues" there. The decision by LUMS is deplorable and demonstrates nothing but the lack of vision.

    • khalid masud WEBSTER, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

      Becausr the truth must prevail

    • rafi ansari ANN ARBOR, MI
      • almost 2 years ago

      Without good faculty the institute

      isn't worth anything.

    • Arshiya Alvi CHICAGO, IL
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because i like mathematics and physics


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