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Welcome to the official website of Mr. Saleem Ashraf Jehangir, also known as Saleem Jehangir

This website is dedicated to Mr. Saleem Jehangir for his services to the people of Pakistan. Also to bring all his tremendous work to the public and recognition of his services for Pakistan in the field of Sports and Martial Arts.

Mr. Saleem Jehangir who is pioneer of Tae Kwon Do (Korean Martial Art) in Pakistan and has the privilege of founding Tae Kwon Do School in Karachi at the National Sports Training & Coaching Center (NSTCC) in Oct 1971 and The Taekwondo-Karate Association of Pakistan in 1971. Mr. Jehangir was born in Jaipur (India) in 1946 and completed his early and basic education from Punjab and Karachi. He then left for the USA for higher studies and graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) in 1968 and went on to complete his Masters Degree in Business Administration.

Mr. Saleem Jehangir studied Tae Kwon Do under Grand Master Hwa Chong at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) from 1965 thru 1981, and taught the same at the University of Michigan and NSTCC Karachi. Master Hwa Chong was the pupil of Master Park Chul Hee in Korea, one of the senior most pioneers of the Martial Arts... Read more in section Saleem Jehangir

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Saleem Jehangir featured in an article on Tae Kwon Do in Pakistan in “Black Belt" magazine Dec 1975 (Read article online on Google Books)

Shahid H. Mir
Former Student, CEO, Systems Research Private Limited.
Ex CEO, Pakistan Software Export Board.
Founding Member, FAST National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences.

"I remember once he had to be dropped home since his car was not there to pick him up. My fellow karateka, Ibrahim Ismail and I had a fight as to who would drop him. I ended up giving him a ride on my motorbike and as a boy that was a ride I never forgot to this day and the honor that I felt that was mine".