Amjad Khan, resident of Matta Mughal Khel, a remote village of Charsadda district, Kyber Pakhtunkhwa has been bestowed a doctorate degree in Organic Chemistry by the Oxford University.
He got the degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Organic Chemistry. He applied Nuclear Magnetic Resonance methods to investigate the mode of drug binding to BBOX and bacterial potassium ion efflux proteins.
During his PhD studies, he also assisted as an event coordinator and secretary for the Oxford University Pakistan Society.
On this occasion, he said that that it was all because of its hard work that he achieved his goal of becoming a Doctor of Philosophy in Organic Chemistry from such a prestigious University. About his future plans, he said that he would like to work with the government in Education policy. He further added that our current education policy from primary to higher education is not designed to address the socio-economic challenges that Pakistan is facing.
With higher aims for setting up a National Organization, he said that he would like to sponsor the education of those children in Pakistan who work or beg for their families instead of going to school.