Doğan Yücel

November 30, 2021

Opening a school in Lahore and the Punjab governor’s gesture to the PakTurk administrators

In this part of article series on his life and work in Pakistan, educationist Doğan Yücel narrated the opening of a PakTurk School branch in Lahore […]
November 18, 2021

Lahore’s venerated guests (2): Nur Jehan Sultan and Jehangir Shah

Researcher Doğan Yücel, who occasionally introduces us to the historical and cultural aspects of Pakistan, wrote about the lives of two individuals buried in Lahore, where […]
November 7, 2021

Venerated Guests of Lahore (1): Sheikh Abdul Razzaq Makki and Qutb ud-Din Aibak

Researcher Doğan Yücel, who occasionally introduces the historical and cultural values of Pakistan, wrote about the lives of two prominent people who left a great mark […]
October 29, 2021

Inamullah’s efforts and great success despite his teachers’ warnings!

Turkish teacher Doğan Yücel wrote the story of Inamullah, a PakTurk student who prepared for the national qualifier of the 2007 Turkish Language Olympiad. He narrated […]
October 25, 2021

Colourful Black Sea trip of Pakistani businessmen

Education volunteer Doğan Yücel wrote about his trip to Turkey with a group of businessmen from Pakistan in 2007. He narrated the highlights of the Black […]
October 19, 2021

How was the school in Lahore Raiwind Road started?

Turkish teacher Doğan Yücel wrote how and under what conditions the PakTurk branch in Lahore Raiwind Road, which had opened its doors to education in 2007, […]
October 17, 2021

Is baldness a pre-requisite for work at PakTurk?

Educationist Doğan Yücel wrote about a detail that caught his attention when he first went to Pakistan. He narrated the Turkish image in the minds of […]
October 15, 2021

The days we went to maternity check-ups on rickshaws …

In this part of the article series, Turkish teacher Doğan Yücel narrated the birth of their first child, Zeynep Nazlı, and their experiences. Part Seventeen: We […]
September 28, 2021

Why was the century-old kite festival banned for 10 years?

Researcher Doğan Yücel wrote down the reasons the Basant Kite Festival, the ancient festival of Pakistan, was banned for 10 years and allowed again. Part Two: […]