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Imran Rehmatullah

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Imran Rehmatullah Meo
Born (1990-08-25) 25 August 1990 (age 33)
Karachi, Pakistan
OccupationEngineer, scientist,novelist, entrepreneur,
Alma materAviation Training Institute

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Imran Rehmatullah is a Pakistani scientist, novelist, Aerospace Engineer,He has served as joiner scientist at the Defence Science and Technology Organization, Currently, he is the Scientific and Technological Advisor at the Malaysia Airlines.

Personal life[edit]

Imran Rehmatullah was born in muslim Meo Rajput Family on August 25, 1990 in karachi, Pakistan.His mother, Shamim Bibi (née Begum), was a housewife. His father, Rehmatullah Meo was a Businessman in Makkah , Saudi arabia.


Imran took his AME in Aerospace in 2009 from the PIA Training Centre. The same year, he was admitted at the ATS Training Institute's Graduate Program, and continued his research in Physics. He graduated and received his AME in Aerospace Engineering from ATS Training Institute in 2013.[1] The same year, he joined the list of first batch of EASA license holders[2]. Imran Rehmatullah has become the 11th Pakistani Aerospace Engineer to receive the European Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) license.The same year, he joined Airblue airlines Trainee Engineer Officer (EO) and served in Aerospace Engineering Division. However, he was awarded a scholarship by former Chairman of PAEC Nazir Ahmad to continue his higher studies, and travelled to United States.While studying at ATS Training Institute , his mentor Dr. Bill Nelson has called him one of his brightest and finest students in his doctoral teaching experience. His doctoral dissertation covered a vast amount of study in the field of Aerospace Technology.


  1. The Organization (2 February 2002). "Salim Mehmud, Chief Scientific and Technological Advisor of Ministry of Communications". Leaders of Pakistan. Zoom Information Inc. [Faculty Member]
  2. "". EASA. Retrieved 2019-10-27. External link in |title= (help)

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