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Oct 12, 2018

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Where do you live?
islamabad
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Faraz Aziz
Which college or university?
QUEST
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
No
Your graduation date?
2014
Your major?
Engineering
What do you do for a living?
looking for job
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
no
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
nothing
Tell us about you:
Im energetic keen to learn
What are your hobbies?
READING
Your favorite books?
Why Nations Fail
Favorite Music:
Despacito by Luni
Favorite TV Shows:
talk4pak and al-jazeera

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