Dr. Sughra Sadaf
Station Manager - FM-95 "Punjab Rung"
Dr. Sughra Sadaf is a renowned literary figure. Her academic credentials include a Ph.D. in Philosophy, a Masters in Urdu and Political Science respectively. She is dispensing her duties in the capacity of Director of PILAC since August, 2010. Dr. Sughra Sadaf has written twelve books on poetry in both Urdu and Punjabi language. She is a short story writer, columnist, script writer and a researcher. She has done incomparable work in promoting Punjabi language. Dr. Sughra also hosts many programmes on T.V. as a compere. She is the Editor in Chief of PILAC's monthly magazine 'Trinjan' and holds the additional charge of Station Manager of Radio Station and supervises all its administrative and financial affairs.
Dr. Sughra Saddaf is internationally acclaimed for her literary work. She has participated in various international seminars, conferences, workshops and Mushairas.
Muhammad Asim Chaudhry
Deputy Director (Art & Culture)
Muhammad Asim Chaudhry joined the Institute in 2006 as a Research Officer. He holds Master’s Degree in English Literature, Urdu Literature, PGD in TEFL and Bachelor Degree in Education. He is Assistant Editor of Monthly Magazine ‘Trinjan’. He is also the Course Coordinator in Radio Training Course for students from SAARC, Gurmukhi Learning Certificate Courses and Sufiana Kalam Shanasi Course. He has completed various training courses offered by government training institutions such as ‘Human Resource Management’, ‘PEEDA Act 2006’, ‘Project Management’ and ‘Office Management’.
Khaqan Haider Ghazi
Deputy Director (Language)
Khaqan Haider Ghazi, Research Officer of the Institute holds a Master's Degree in Arabic and Urdu Literature and is also a graduate of Law. Mr. Khaqan Haider Ghazi is a popular literary figure and has written many books on poetry, mainly in Punjabi Language. Some of his most popular books are listed below:
Manzoom Stage Play
He has also written script of various dramas and Punjabi songs.Mr. Khaqan has been long associated with FM 103 and was the host of a popular on air program "Naina De Aakhay Laggae Aa".