Asad Waheed
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Where do you live?
Karachi
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Asad Waheed
Which college or university?
NED UET
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Zohaib Mehtab
Your graduation date?
January 2007
Your major?
Computer and Information Systems
What do you do for a living?
Nothing!!!!!!
Any professional affiliations? Memberships in professional orgs?
RE(Registered Engineer)
Tell us about you:
I have done my engineering in Computer and Inforamtion Systems,from NED UET in January 2007.
Currently working as a Lecturer in the same department.
What are your hobbies?
Surfing on the net,reading novels,playing computer games
Your favorite books?
All books by Naseem Hijazi
Favorite TV Shows:
I don't watch TV

Comment Wall (15 comments)

At 12:31am on October 10, 2007, Manoj Kumar Bachani said…
hello dear , how r u ? i m fine. How's ur teaching going?
At 12:42am on October 10, 2007, Manoj Kumar Bachani said…
well i need ur little help : can u tell me how many classes of masters are there in a week? may be i go for ME from NED....
At 12:55am on October 10, 2007, Manoj Kumar Bachani said…
thanks
At 3:34am on October 10, 2007, Furqan said…
Walikum Asalam,
I am fine here in Finland. What about your MS to PhD? ne progress?
At 3:49am on October 10, 2007, Muhammad Saqib Ilyas said…
Walaikum assalam
I am doing fine, thanks to your prayers. How about you?
At 8:39am on October 10, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
Walekum-as-Salam.

I am fine Alhamdulilah, have settled & the studies have also started. What about your plan to go abroad for Masters? Did you give any english proficiency test?
At 12:32am on October 11, 2007, Muhammad Saqib Ilyas said…
Two months is a wonderful amount of time to do something with. If you're interested in higher studies, it is time to read some recent top papers in a top conference of your interest area. If you are in the networks area, conferences like ICC 2007 and GlobeCom 2007 would have the papers to read from. Go through each paper to identify: 1- the problem statement, 2- State of the art, i.e., existing solutions and their limitations, 3- Proposed solution, 4- Results attained. Keep a written record of these and maybe you'll find an idea to work on over PhD.
At 7:22am on October 11, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
What score did you get? Yes I am with Fahad in U of T. Application deadline for my program was 31st March. You can check the website, different programs may have different deadlines.
At 12:32am on October 12, 2007, Muhammad Zeeshan Zia said…
salam sir. kya hal hain
At 9:40pm on October 14, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
When did you give TOEFL/IELTS? Tell me as soon as your result is out. InshALLAH you'll do well.

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