Introduction

Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, Izaz-i-Kamal became the 28th head (Vice Chancellor) of the Government College (University) Lahore on 25th July 2011. Prior to this assignment, he was working as Professor (Meritorious)

Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman


Professional Achievements


Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, Izaz-i-Kamal became the 28th head (Vice Chancellor) of the Government College (University) Lahore on 25th July 2011. Prior to this assignment, he was working as Professor (Meritorious) Department of Physics at University of Engineering and Technology Lahore where he also served as chairperson for a very long time. He is an illustrious Physicist with 37 years of teaching experience.

The President of Pakistan conferred upon him the prestigious Izaz-e-Kamal in the education sector on account of his overall academic distinction for the year 2009. The Higher Education of Pakistan selected him for the Best Teacher Award for the year 2008 in recognition of his invaluable services in the realm of research and pedagogy.

Pakistan Institute of Physics bestowed upon him the Fellowship Gold Medal for his marvellous contribution to the advancement of Physics in Pakistan. The Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS), Islamabad did award the Gold Medal 2011 to him for outstanding research in the field of Physics.  

Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman received his PhD from the University of Manchester, UK. The British government also bestowed upon him Overseas Research Students Award twice in years 1986 and 1987. He has contributed over 90 research articles to the journals of international repute and delivered 06 invited lectures at national and international conferences.

Dr Khaleeq-ur-Rahman has supervised the research dissertations of 105 scholars at MSc, MPhil and PhD levels. His research interest spans over Laser Surface Patterning of different materials, Characterization of Deposited Thin Films for Sensors/Detectors Development, Investigation of Hard X-Rays from Laser Induced Plasmas, High Power Laser Matter Interaction and Deposition of Solid Thin Films by Pulsed Nd. YAG Laser.