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Syed Ahsan Ali Hashmi
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  • Waterloo, Ontario
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Where do you live?
Waterloo, ON
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Ahsan
Which college or university?
NED University, University of Waterloo
Your graduation date?
May,2010
Your major?
Electrical Power(B.E) Energy Management & Sustainable Energy (MASc)
What do you do for a living?
Grad student
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
Served as Lecturer in 2007-2008
Tell us about you:
I did my Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from NEDUET in 2006. I worked as Trainee Engineer in Pakistan State Oil Company before joining NEDUET as Lecturer in July 2007. Then I came to Canada in September 2008 and started MASc from University of Waterloo with specialization in Energy Management & Sustainable Energy.

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