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Where do you live?
Karachi (PAKISTAN)
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Muhammad Asm Khan
Which college or university?
NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi (PAKISTAN)
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Yes, Lots of BCITianz and CISianz
Your graduation date?
January 2004
Your major?
Computer and Information Systems Engineering
What do you do for a living?
I am working as a Senior Software Test Engineer
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Not much as such
Tell us about you:
I graduated from CIS Engineering Deptt. NED University in year 2003.
What are your hobbies?
Reading , Music
Your favorite books?
the Holy Quran

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At 2:28am on October 22, 2007, Syed Jahandad Ali said…
Hello Asim

Happy Birthday !

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