Served the Department of Computer Systems Engineering for more than a year as a Lecturer
Tell us about you:
I graduated from NED University [Batch: 1992-93] and worked as a Lecturer in NED for 1 year. I came to US as a student and completed MS from Wichita State University [Major: Electrical Engineering] in December 2000.
I joined Cisco Systems Inc. [San Jose, CA] in Jan 2001 and to-date I am still will Cisco. Worked on development of CRS-1 core routing platform and tested IOS-XR software for 6 years; and currently working on a new next-gen platform for Edge.
What are your hobbies?
Tennis, Watching Movies
Your favorite books?
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus ; Andulus main Ajnabi
am good thanks.....just started with Morgan, 4 months training, would join ma group [prolly Equity / FID] in December. What are you upto these days and yeah why do u wanna do MBA and how would dat help you in your career? [name of college?]
I have been in US twice this year. in Feb and May, but both visits were v hectic In feb I cam New York for two weeks, snow storm v cold. so I did not move much, in May I can Chicago just for 3 days. and u can imagine what that trip would be;)
InshaAllah v soon I will caome again then I call u InshaAllah
Abdus Salam Qureishi, a successful technology entrepreneur and philanthropist, passed away last Saturday, August 6, 2022. He was 86. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un( إنَّا لِلَّهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ ). He was a pillar of the Muslim community in Silicon Valley. Qureishi rose from humble origins in the Indian city of Aligarh and became very successful in the United States. He was very generous with his time and money in supporting the community. He helped build several…
With a new 330 MW mine-mouth coal-fired power plant in Tharparkar, Pakistan has now reached 990 MW of power fueled by the local lignite. Thar coal production is being expanded and plans are in place to convert three more coal fired plants to burn domestic lignite as soon as a rail link is completed to transport the fuel to the rest of the country. It is worth noting that Pakistan contributes less than 1% of the global greenhouse-gas emissions. Using the higher polluting domestic Thar…