About: Dr. Aziz Khan

Dr Aziz Khan’s life has always been driven by the motivation to help the marginalized and provide them with stepping stones to better their lives. This passion to help others has been passed on from generations. Dr. Khan’s father Raja Mahmoodul Hasan Khan and his grandfather Raja Utraula Mumtaz Ali Khan have also devoted their lives for lifting up poor and socially backward sections of the society. Owing to this the name is synonymous with trust and perseverance in Balrampur district. Dr. Khan was born in Utraula district of Uttar Pradesh. He began his professional life as an educationist and social worker. He has successful career as a teacher spanning over two and a half decades, Dr. Khan reputation in the region as a renowned mathematics teacher has no parallels. He has authored several books on the subjects and these have been referred to by aspiring IITians across the country. Dr. Khan brings a strong background in education. Owing to this, he is well aware of the importance of education in enhancing quality of life. In pursuit of his goal of making education accessible to all, Dr. Khan has established several schools, coaching institutes and other educational institutions in the state. These institutions help the students from socially and economically weaker sections of the society by providing them with free education. His commitment and contribution to this cause has earned him recognition from different organisations in Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Khan is presently the National Spokesperson of the Samajwadi Party, where he is constantly working towards making the society more just and egalitarian. He firmly believes in the secular and democratic ideology of the party and seeks to take the state of Uttar Pradesh and country forward taking along every community and strata of this country. He lives by the slogan of Ram Manohar Lohia – “A war on poverty is a sham unless it is also a war on caste and gender.” In order to create a just society of Lohiya ji’s dreams, Dr. Aziz Khan is a strong advocate of increasing the allocated education budget in the state to overhaul the system. The present education system has failed to prepare the youth of today for the challenges of tomorrow. This world class quality education should be imparted free of cost to the young minds, which he believes will be the most important step in nation building as 47.9 per cent of the country’s population is below 18 years of age. These young minds need moulding and training to usher in the golden future of this country.

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