nothing much but giving advice to recent graduates who contact me themselves.
Tell us about you:
I am from the 93-94 Elect Batch.
I pursued my Masters from KFUPM and then joined University of Plymouth as a PhD Student where I finished in 2004.
I completed a research fellowship at the same university and then joined Queen's University Belfast as a Lecturer in Intelligent Systems and Control Group in July 2007.
Wasif , I am not sure if you remember , Saad ur Rehman from Section B who was also transfer student from Mechanical and was editor of quest magazine is in Dublin. I also know that M.S Khurram from your section is also in Ireland.
Syed Salman Hussain section B is also in UK working with Nortel.
salam wailikum wsif bhai.i am fahad studying electornics from N.E.D.its my third year.bhai i am planning for MS from UK, london probably.can you tell me, being graduate can i earn enough there to support my education in UK? and kindly tell me also that what exam do ive to take for uk GRE, ILETS OR TOFEL
Pakistan is a young nation with a lot of unrealized potential. As the country turns 75, it is important to recognize that all basic indicators of progress such as income, employment, education, health, nutrition, electricity use, telecommunications and transportation have shown significant improvements over the last seven and a half decades. These improvements can be accelerated if Pakistan can overcome its economic …
As India and Pakistan turn 75, there are many secular intellectuals on both sides of the border who question the wisdom of "the Partition" in 1947. They dismiss what is happening in India today under Hindu Nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership as a temporary aberration, not the norm. They long for a return to "Indian liberalism" which according to anthropologist Sanjay…