Hyderabad: Begum Anees Khan Founder of Nasr School Is No More

Hyderabad: Begum Anees Khan, founder of the Nasr educational society which operates Nasr schools, renowned for their excellence, passed away on Wednesday. She not only founded these academic institutions but was also the driving force behind the relentless pursuit of excellence in all the spheres by these, leading to their formidable reputation as centres of excellence. Her demise is a great loss to the education fraternity.

According to her family sources, funeral prayers will be held at Nasr School Khairatabad after Maghrib and she will be buried at Dragah Hazrat Qutbi Mia Saheb in Eidi Bazar.

Asaduddin Owaisi, President of AIMIM tweeted offering his condolences to the bereaved family, "The news of Begum Anees Khan’s demise is extremely saddening. She founded Nasr School in 1965, which is still one of Hyderabad’s best schools, especially for girls. Her work in the educational field is extraordinary and speaks for itself. Hyderabad has lost a gem. I conveyed my condolences to Khutubuddin sahab, her son & Secretary of Nasr Education Society. My condolences also to her family, friends, colleagues & students. May Allah grant her maghfirah."

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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