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  1. The AKES has proved its worth many times, its students have got to some of the prestigious institutions in the country and abroad, even in 2018 four to five AKES students made it to AKU medical college.

    Compared to the quality education, the fee is little. Even returning 20% fee would not affect AKES, P; which is part of AKDN, whose annual development budget is more than the national budget of some of the third world countries. So do not worry it is not dependant on our fee and is not going to collapse. The institution is not making any profit from student fees and all its programmes in Chitral are highly subsidised.

    AKES’ service to education in Chitral, in particular, and Pakistan in general, are highly praiseworthy. The institution needs our appreciation and genuine support not unwanted and ill-infromed criticism.

  2. Dear Farman Ajab, do you think that if AKES,P returns 20% of the tuition fees to the student, the organization will collapse and you will enjoy the situation. It is a peanut for AES,P and easily manageable. Please think about your problems “Tera kia hoga Kalia”.

  3. If there is such an order from Supreme Court, AKES,P will surely be considering to abide by the law. AKES,P will never ever breach the law. However, what farman Ajab is going to get out of this is not known. Farman Ajab has always been a loser as far as I am aware of. Many people lost their jobs following this person. Many young people lost their jobs due to noncompliance of AKES,P’s policies on his direction. Many of them still curse at him. They felt a sense of relief when Farman Ajab lost his own job with AKES,P. This is time for him to concentrate on his shop and he didn’t deserve to work for an international organization, like AKES,P.

  4. Let us suppose, the gentleman is correct. But why he did not ask these questions when he was an employee of the said organization? Why he used to enjoy at the cost of poor students’ tution fee and roam around in the while Defender Land Rover (my favourit off roader, but no worries going to purchase one in days to come)? He did not remember the miseries of the students when he used to draw 75,000 bucks?? Come on buddy…don’t forget your criticism on poor clerics and their state of the art seminaries this soon.

  5. The recent order of the Supreme Court to cut fees by 20 per cent is applicable to all private schools across the country that are charging more than Rs.5000 per month fees.

  6. I think people who read this article should know the background of this gentleman known as Farman Ajab. He was working with AKES,P drawing heavy salary of around Rs.75000/. However he was a shrewd and troublesome person. A few years back he resigned from AKES,P and some people say he was working with a fake degree and was sacked. He has grudges with the organization and hence he has been writing against it. To the surprise of everyone this time he has written in English. I suspect he can write in English and if he could write so well he would not have been unemployed. He keeps writing against AKES,P in Urdu and thanks to someone who helped him in translating the same to English.
    For many years he was in court with his own logic and eventually he had to withdraw the case unconditionally. Those who followed his advises suffered and now curse him.

  7. what is new not known to anyone about AKES operations in Pakistan and particular in GB& Chitral. Why Mr Ajab is so keen to let people know about it? Is there any hidden grudge. Mr Ajab should also know that AKES after operating for more that 3 decades is deficit model. Any way people like this are sick minded, who interfere others’ businesses for no sweet reason. Who you are to take up this matter in media?
    thank you

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