You have impressive credentials! I think you'll make a great mentor for NEDians interested in pursuing the wold of finance and investment...particularly in the tech sector. Thanks for volunteering.
Asalam Alaikum Dear Asim
I have noticed your comments on MSC or MBA .. Ineffact I totally agree with you why not MBA .. actually I am trying to escape from the techinical label I have pasted on myself ... I am cuurently pursuing PhD in Wireless Communications from NTU Singapore but I am not sure of my future after that .. unfortunately I have not enough financials to go for MBA on my own I need some sort of funding to sustain myself .. If you can help me I will be very thankful for your guidance..
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