Brigadier Mohammad Mashhoor - ul Haque was born on 1st October 1928 in the village of Bathina in Dinajpur district,  Bangladesh. His father was Moulavi Mofizuddin Ahmed and mother, Rabeya Haque. He left two children named Tanzina Haque and Mojadded-Ul Haque.He completed his schooling from Cathedral Mission H.E School in 1943 and did HSC from Presidency College, Calcutta in 1945. He was graduated from Dhaka University.

Career as Defence Personnel:

He was commissioned in East Bengal Regiment on 24th August 1950 and served in different units and establishments during his army career. He was promoted to Colonel on the 12th December 1973 and as Brigadier on 2nd June 1975. He served in Faujdarhat Cadet College as an Adjutant, commanded second in 2 Infantry Battalions and 2 Infantry Brigades. He also served as Military Secretary to the President. He retired as Brigadier on 31st December 1975 During his career, He attended a good number of training courses which included Infantry Platoon Leader's Course, Infantry Weapon Course, Signal Course, Education Course, Senior Tactical Course, Cypher Course, Law Course and Commando Course.

Brigadier Mohammed Mashoor-ul Haque took up the career as a Diplomat in 1978. He became the first Ambassador of Bangladesh to Qatar on January 12, 1978 which he continued till he breathed his last on January 5, 1979.

His contribution to Bangladesh Mashoor-ul Haque Memorial School & College:

As an Ambassador of Bangladesh he had a great contribution towards the education of the expatriate Bangladeshi community in Qatar under the sponsorship of Bangladesh Embassy and the aegis and patronage of this great personality, the community members along with all school established a Bengali medium institution following the curriculum of BISE, Dhaka in 1979. But, unfortunately, the days of this great man were numbered. While he was an ambassador in Qatar, he died on heart ailment on January 5, 1979. To gratefully acknowledge the contribution of this great man, the Bangladeshi community in Qatar named the Bangladeshi institution after his name. Every year, 5th January is observed as the day of Annual Doa Mahfil in the institution when every body great fully recollects the contribution of this great man and seeks blessings for his departed soul.