Board of Directors

Maj A A M Amir-ul Kamal (Retd)

Managing Director

Major A A M Amir-ul Kamal was commissioned in the Corps of Signals from Pakistan Military Academy in the year 1971. He did his basic courses of signals from School of Signal of Pakistan and served as second in command of Brigade signal unit during 1971 Indo-Pak war.

He served in various signal Battalion in different appointments dealing with documents of top classification and matter of security concern. He commanded two Brigade signal units. He also served as Grade II Staff Officer in BDR and Infantry Division of Bangladesh Army. Before retirement he was responsible for the static signal communication of Jessore Area. He retired from army after completion full term of service.


Lt Col Khalid Azam, psc (Retd)

Director

Educated in Faujdarhat Cadet College, Lt Col Khalid Azam was commissioned in Pakistan Army in 1971 in the Corps of Signals. On repatriation, he joined the Corps of Infantry where he devoted himself heart and soul to build up a professional soldiering career for himself much to the envy of his contemporaries in service.

As a young officer Lt Col Khalid Azam was always a front liner. He served in infantry battalions where he held various important regimental appointments. As he groomed up, Lt Col Khalid Azam had successful tenures of service in command and staff. As a major he served as an Officer Commanding of an Intelligence Unit and also as a grade-II Staff Officer in the Divisional Headquarters.

Lt Col Khalid Azam attended the staff course at Mirpur and was awarded the prestigious symbol of `psc`. He also attended a course at the National Defence University in Beijing, China and Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare course in UK.

Lt Col Khalid Azam served a complete tenure as Directing Staff in the Defence Services command and Staff College, the most coveted appointment for a mid level army officer. He also commanded an Infantry Battalion very successfully. Last but not the least was the fact that he was deservedly chosen to command the Presidents Guard Regiment, an honour that confirmed his professional competency as a career military officer.

Lt Col Khalid Azam retired from the army in 1992. Lt Col Khalid Azam is a founder Director of the company. He is married and father of two children.

At present he is the Director of Integrated Security Services Ltd.


Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid, psc (Retd)

Director

Commissioned in the army in the Corps of Infantry in 1970, Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid attended Dhaka Government College and graduated from Dhaka University with honours (B-Pharm).

Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid is a very well experienced highly qualified officer who had extensive exposure over the years in various national and international levels. He is a good orator and an efficient executor.

Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid has a record of good military career. His experiences both in the field and staff appointments were highly commendable. Besides being awarded the prestigious symbol of `psc` at Staff College Dhaka, he attended the National Defence University in Beijing. He served tenure of 3 years in the Military Academy as an instructor, a service that is highly regarded in the military career. He served two terms in the Military Operations Directorate in the Army Headquarters an assignment given only to career officers.

Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid, apart from serving in Dhaka had served throughout Bangladesh. He was very successful in the Chittagong Hill Tracts operations. Contrary to conventional approach he innovated methods to pursue and nail down the insurgents, based on intelligence reports. Agents & source handling was a routine matter. Because of his knack for covert assignment, he was picked up for tenure in the National Security & Co-ordination Control Cell, a monitoring organisation coordinating security & intelligence activities at the national level.

Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid is widely traveled. Within the framework of his rank & stature his international exposure is also worthy of mention. He has accomplished two clear missions for the UN. One was to lead Bangladesh Army delegation to Kampuchea to monitor the elections. The other was committed to Reconstruction of Kuwait after the Gulf War. He led the Bangladesh Army delegation to the UN HQ at New York to attend conferences on peacekeeping operations involving Bangladesh Army.

A keen sports man, Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid is married with one son only. Lt Col Sk. Md. Abdur Rashid retired from the Army on completion of 25 years of service. Since then he is actively committed in ISSL as its Director.


Lt Col M Iqbal Shafi (Retd

Director

Commissioned in the army in 1971, in the Corps of Artillery, Lt Col M Iqbal Shafi (Retd) is an alumnus of Faujdarhat Cadet College.

During his long twenty-four years in the army, Lt Col Iqbal Shafi (Retd) built a very good carrier for himself. He served in various capacities in command, staff and instruction. He was an instructor in Bangladesh Military Academy for the training of officer cadets, an appointment reserved for career officers only. As a major he was also the Assistant Military Secretary and Chief Security Officer to the then Chief of Army Staff. as a Lt Col, Iqbal Shafi (Retd) successfully commanded an artillery regiment and served as a grade-1 staff officer in the Divisional Head Quarters.

A devoted golfer, Lt Col Shafi (Retd) is married and father of four children. He retired voluntarily from the army in 1995 and joined ISSL as a Director and is the Director currently looking after ISSL Chittagong.