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Which college or university?
NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan
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Your major?
Mechanical Engineering
What do you do for a living?
Project Engineer
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
P.Eng. Alberta, PMP - PMI
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Zabanee Jama Kharach - nothing practical
What are your hobbies?
Chess, Video Games

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At 8:37pm on October 7, 2007, Javed Surti said…
Hello Saqib, It's Javed Surti. I am in Detroit Michigan. where are you in canada? I'll forward group invitation to others. I have also created a group with Mechcorner name. rest is fine
At 12:43am on November 20, 2007, Muhammad Saadullah said…
Hello Saqib, Are you located in Canada?
Where do you work?

What's the scope for engineers in Oil and Gas sector in Canada?

Actually i have completed my undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering this january.

I started off with working for 7 months at Enar Petrotech, its basically a downsteam designing company for the oil and gas sector.

I have recently shifted to Unilever Pakistan, which is as you know a non technical job.

I still would like to be in Oil and Gas sector preferable in a refinery or upstream sector.

Any tips for career in Canada?

Other than that i applied for a preliminary screening for MS in petroleum from UofAlberta, they denied saying that there is too much competition.
At 5:06am on December 17, 2007, SYED TAHIR BUKHARI said…
assalam u alaikum sir,
i m tahir,student of 3rd year mechanical,NED University..

sir I want some guidance from you.Actually I am palnning to go abroad after graduation.I just wanna ask you that, where should I go for masterz, and as you know mechanical engineering is further catagorize in lots of distinct disciplines, so at which side side i should go.
Hope you will reply soon.I will wait for guidance,
thnk you
At 10:46am on December 31, 2007, SYED TAHIR BUKHARI said…
assalamu alaikum
thanks for the reply. you mean to say becoming a manufacturing engineer is much better rather becuming an aerospace or automobilgineer ?
Also let me know that, what is the scope of petroleum engineering.
And can you tell me the procedure that you followed while applying to respective canadian university.
witing for your reply
At 8:43am on January 2, 2008, SYED TAHIR BUKHARI said…
Thank you very much sir :)

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