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Hugh Dow

Sir Hugh Dow, GCIE, KCSI (8 May 1886 – 20 November 1978) was an Indian civil servant during the British Raj.

Career

Dow entered the Indian Civil Service in 1909 and served in various senior administrative and advisory capacities in pre-war India. From 1939 to 1941, he was Director-General of Supply and President of the War Supply Board, India; and from 1941 to 1946, Governor of Sind. He became Governor of Bihar in 1946. He was appointed a CIE in 1932,[1] a CSI in 1937,[2] knighted with the KCSI in 1940 and appointed a GCIE in 1947.[3]

After leaving India he was Consul-General, Jerusalem, and then Chairman of the Royal Commission on East Africa.[4]

Sindh

Dow served as the second Governor of Sindh from 1 April 1941 to 14 January 1946 succeeding Sir Lancelot Graham.[5] He laid the foundation stone of Dow Medical College, now a constituent college of the Dow University of Health Sciences, Karachi in December 1945[6]

References

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  4. ^ Hugh Dow, A note on the Sindhi alphabet, Asian Affairs, Volume 7, Issue 1 February 1976 , pages 54 - 56
  5. ^ "Governors". Sindh Governor House. Retrieved 2010-04-12. 
  6. ^ "Introduction". Dow University of Health Sciences. Retrieved 2010-04-12. 
Government offices
Preceded by
Sir Lancelot Graham
Governors of Sind
1941–1946
Succeeded by
Sir Robert Francis Mudie


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