Midhat Jamil
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Where do you live?
Karachi, Pakistan
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Midhat Jamil
Any fellow Pakistani Alumni living near you?
Your graduation date?
31st Jan 2006
Your major?
Computer & Information Systems Engineering
What do you do for a living?
I m working as Network Engineer in Supernet Limited

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Midhat Jamil's Friends

  • Tooba Mirza
  • Farhan Jaffer
  • Sadia Mohiuddin
  • Syed Muhammad Faraz
  • Sadia Tabassum
  • Hadaytullah
  • Raheel Ahmed
  • Hina Sajid
  • Syed Fawaz Hasan
  • Syed Sameem Hussain
  • Danish Ali Khan
  • Suhaib Jalis Ahmed

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 7:10pm on September 22, 2007, Tooba Mirza said…
Assalam-o-Alaikum Midhat...how r u doing???how z life n all going???
At 1:33am on September 26, 2007, Muhammad Asif said…
aur sunaoo?

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