Monday, March 30, 2015

Muhammad Qudrat-I khuda

Muhammad Qudrat-I khuda
He was an organic chemist in Pakistan and in Bangladesh later. He was most famous scientist at the Pakistan period and  later in Bangladesh. At the Pakistan Academy of sciences, he was as the president of this Academy.
Early life
In 1900 he was born in village Margram of birbhum district in West Multiplanmet Ring  for his research.
Bengale , kalkata.  He learned at Margram high school and Calcutta woodburn ME school.  In 1918 he passed the matriculation examination from Calcutta Madrasa  and optained in First division.  From Presidency college, he passed in Msc  degree in chemistry in 1924 and standing First in First Class.  For his performance, he awarded a gold medal. At Calcutta University, he got a  Premchand Roychand studenship in chemistry for higher research. From London University, he obtained the Dsc in 1929.  He entitled Stainless configuration of
In 1931 he joined as a lecturer in chemistry at Presidency College. In 1936 he promoted to head of the Department. In Calcutta, he served he served as the Principal of Islamia college  from 1942 to 1944. In 1947,  he joined as a principal of the college .  At Calcutta university, he was the member of the Senate and was the Fellow. In 1947 he came to East Pakistan(now Bangladesh). From 1947 to 1949 ,he served as the first Director of Public Instruction of the Government of East Pakistan.
In 1972 Qudrat-i-Khudha was chairman of the National Education commission. In 1974 Qudrat-i- khudha Education commission Report was published. In 1975 he appointed as Visiting professor of chemistry at Dhaka university.
In Organic Chemistry , his field had specialization. He researched various substances such as jute, charcoal, minerals, salt and from local trees and plants , extracted biochemical elements that’s are
uses for medicine. He and his associates had Invented 18 scientific substances. Partex  is his greatest Invention. His another inventions are malt from vinegar from the juice of sugarcane and molasses,  paper from jute, Rayon from jute and jute sticks.
He was awarded “Tamgha-i-Pakistan”, Sitara-i-Imtiaz, Ekushey padak(1976), Sadhinata Puraskar(1984).
On 3 November 1977 he died at Dhaka.

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