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It was founded by Adi Brahmo Samaj preacher Pundit Navin Chandra Rai in 1876. He was also its first principal. Sir Aurel Stein, the noted Hungarian-British archaeologist, was principal from 1888 to 1899.
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- Mirwaiz Muhammad Noor Ud Din Shah, Politician and Preacher
- Teaching Modern Science in the Old- est of Oriental Languages New York Times, May 10, 1896.
- "STEIN, Sir Aurel (26/11/1862-26/10/1943)". British Academy Fellows. British Academy. Retrieved 26 November 2014.
- Government MAO College, Lahore at Pakistan National Digital Library.
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