NED has spent a large amount subsidizing our education. We need to pay this back. According to some rough estimates this sum amounts to around $5000 to $7500. We need to figure out how to collect it and pay this amount. Typically, here in the USA the Alumni department which is a part of the university collects funds. Also each university has an Endowment fund. As an example Harvard University has a 26 billion dollar fund which is invested in the stock market. This was reported in the Los Angeles Times on September 13, 2007. (Business Section front page)
Hy. i have just gone through all the posts and ended up with the impression that you people are great. Nowadays, who cares about returning your alma mater what it has given to you. well, i am currently a student of 2nd year electrical and wants to know if there is anything i can do. i will be more than happy to help.
Pro Jawaid Aziz is the registrar so he can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
similarly director of continuing engineering education Engr. Anis-ul-Qadr can be contacted at email@example.com
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Oh , this is simply great. It is too kind of you people that you are that much concerned about us. Same here I am a student of FE electricals n if i would be of any help I will leave no stone unturned to do it.
I have upated the selection criteria and increased it to 4 students. Is it possible for you to post this " Free GRE tests for 4 students" information so that the third and final year students can benefit. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks
I think all of us realize the importance of having a strong alumni and now we should strive make it so strong so that it has some sort of influence over the mgmt and admin of the university.
Time and again when individuals have tried to contact the administration to point out some bad practice or offer some advice, they have be cooly turned away. This should be one of the aspects of such an alumni.
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