Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan (Ghazi-e-Millat) was the pioneer government of the Azad State of Jammu & Kashmir. He served as the first President of Azad Kashmir. He was born on 22 April 1915 in Kot Mattay Khan, a village in the Poonch District of Kashmir. He obtained his LLB degree from the University of London in 1941 and later started practicing law in Srinagar, Kashmir. Due to his services to the Kashmir freedom struggle, he is known among the people of Kashmir as:
Bani-e-Kashmir (“Founder of Azad Kashmir”)
Ghazi-e-Millat (“Hero of the Nation”)
Because of Ghazi Millat’s important role in the history of Kashmir, this house was named Ghazi House. The house was established in 2019. Currently, House is being led by Mr. Babar Nazir Kiani as HM. Mr. Rana Sajad and Mr. Nazakat Rafique are working as AHMs. House comprised 44 cadets and 15 rooms in which 07 are 02-seater and 08 are 04-seater rooms. Each room contains a set of a chair, a study table and a cupboard for every cadet. House also contains an HM office along with a residing room.
The motto of the house is “We never Give Up” which aims at instilling in the minds of cadets the spirit of determination, resolve and persistence in their approach. The logo of the house contains a Monogram of the College and a Winning Gesture which implies the habits of the faculty and cadets.
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