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At 7:08pm on October 30, 2007, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
Thanks for your comments, certainly you have experienced these kinda forumns more closely.....but let me share couple of points...

1) we have couple of mailing lists for NEDians to say in touch but most of the students are not aware of dat

2) web is the most effective way to share our thoughts (scholarship program: transactions can be made onlilne etc, mentoring forum: detailed profile of alumni with search capabilities and students can contact us)

3) online books, resources that can be added later....in fact that should be done by NED Admin but I dont think daz gonna happen in next decade

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So, my point is if we can create a web its easy to share with students and they can get any info they want from there (just one platform)

I know its a lot of effort and you are right you wanna figure out if its worthit.....which is perfectly alright BUT I THINK its worth trying

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Solution::: Can we suggest the web development as final year project for NED students?? Do you think this can do??

When I had time, I worked on that but I was depending on folks in karachi to register NGO / NPO but no one really wanted to do all the paper work and therefore I almost had to quit the idea....

Couple of students contacted me for scholarship but I really didnt have any good answer for them

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Bottomline::: These ideas are not new, all we need is a proper representation, that is accessible to students [we dont need to depend on any mailing lists, any other mode of communication, like notice board :) etc......just one single platform]

Looking forward to hear from you more on this

Take care,

Regards,
At 11:21am on November 12, 2007, Syed Qasim Bukhari said…
thnx for the informative links sir !! they r really of my great interest & i would give some thoughtful time in reading those articles butttttttt actually they are not related to the problem em facing....... em having difficulties regarding the stereo vision algorithms ... 8 point algorithm n others.. how to aply them.. what if I ve a pair of images what to do next ?? what problem i might face when working underwater . etc
At 9:47pm on December 13, 2007, Riaz Qamar said…
Thanks for your appreciation. Sadly, I don't see revival of cricket in Pakistan :'(
At 10:35pm on December 18, 2007, Syed Zulfiqar Yezdan said…
Thanks. I will try to get the source files and upload again
At 5:12pm on December 29, 2007, Dilara Hafiz said…
Thanks Riaz Bhai - this looks like a great website. I always enjoy your opinions in Pakistan Link - keep up the thoughtful, analytical writing - we need it!
At 12:33pm on January 17, 2008, Ameer Alam said…
Thanks Riaz Bhai. I will post more material as soon as I can find some time. Allah Hafiz
At 12:42pm on January 17, 2008, Ameer Alam said…
Inshallah very soon, I need a recent potrait made.
At 8:50pm on January 18, 2008, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
Thanks sir...what are your plans for de long weekend?
At 9:49pm on January 18, 2008, Sohail Sarwar Tahir said…
i will relax ...daz all i want...might look into office stuff on sunday and monday though....tried to implement something, somehow it didnt work as expected, have a deadline to meet (feb mid)....daz about it..
At 5:10pm on February 24, 2008, Muhammad Riaz said…
Thanks
At 2:51pm on February 26, 2008, Jamshid Dastur said…
Hello Sir, thankyou for your cooperation, Yes Mr. Nabil Rana from Cisco Pakistan is coordinating with us, he've told us that internal discussions are going on...he'll let us know soon.
Thankyou
At 12:09pm on February 29, 2008, Jamshid Dastur said…
got it...will keep all the information posted and updated.
At 9:10am on March 5, 2008, Jamshid Dastur said…
Thankyou sir for referring SPEC to CISCO, CISCO have agreed to sponsor the prizes only, and they'll mail the details within this week...well a tension regarding prizes removed...still the arrangements are left...
thanks for coordination.
At 1:31am on April 8, 2008, Faisal said…
You "Riaz Haq", doing a great job. As, we Pakistani always lacking behind from major technologies. Now, lacking behind in Social Networking where other people are catching it so well.

Your, great effort to making hi-tech Pakistani people unite and together on central platform is appreciated.
At 10:33pm on April 27, 2008, Aamir A. Farooqui said…
Dear Riaz sahib;
Asalam alaikum,
No problem, I am jsut posting my finidngs about NED please support the cause to improve NED standard. I do not have any personal rivalry against anyone. I am just against corruption.
Thanks,
Aamir
At 10:05pm on May 25, 2008, Arif Zaman said…
Thanks Riaz - look forward to hearing from you.
Arif
At 7:25am on June 10, 2008, Haad-Bin-Tariq said…
Respected Sir Riaz,

Your prompt response reflected your ruly, kempt and neat disposition. It indeed gives me an alloyed emotion of pride and mirth to have earned the honor of interviewing a man of your stature. Certainly, it would add a new moon to our magazine. Thank you for granting us the access.

Afterwards, I would like to brief to you a little about the magazine I have been working for, for the last four years.

Sir, in my mail prior to this, I mentioned that the name of the magazine is 'The Watt'. It is the sole annual official magazine of the department. It has had four previous editions which were all acknowledged in good esteem. In the past, the magazine was a mere 30 page magazine. But this year, owing to the insistence of the pupil and preachers, we have set to work on a 80 page edition. Obviously, it is no trifling errand to materializing our dream. The magazine is not only floated in the department of Electrical Engineering but is also circulated in the department of Telecommunication Engineering, the daughter branch of Electrical. It is an annual magazine and every year we go with as many as 800-1000 copies, hinging upon our fiscals. The printing cost, as we have been told by the official printers of NED, is around 150,000 PKR. Our current monetary figure rests at 120,000 PKR all of which wad accumulated by visiting a lot many sponsors. We are far from our target and neither are there any more hopes from any other company to stand with us in good stead in our time of need.

If you could show us a little glimmer of hope in the vast desert of deprivation and despair, our long-woven dream would no longer be a mirage. I should only be too glad to apprise you with any other information that you may want to know regarding the tabloid.

I shall soon post you the questions that we have worked-out for your interview. We are all conducive to suggestions and counsel so do let us know should a find something amiss with our queries.

Regards,

Haad-Bin-Tariq
Editor, The Watt
(0333-3060925)
At 3:02pm on September 7, 2009, Ameer Alam said…
Thank you very much Riaz Bhai. Please feel free to use my comments with or without my name anywhere. ISRO is not coming upfront with actually what happened to the spacecraft. It is a great set back to their space program. I am sure they are busy analyzing the data and will put out a report in six months (available only to the top govt officials). We will find out more in the coming days.
Ramazan Mubarak to you and the family.
Allah Hafiz
Ameer Alam
At 10:40pm on March 17, 2010, Syed Dayab Hussain said…
Assalam-o-Alaikum

Respected Sir,

This is to kindly draw your attention and cordially invite you to the 5th annual all Pakistan Student's Project Exhibition and Competition (SPEC), organized under the proficient supervision of the electronics department of one of the most reputed and alleged engineering universities of Pakistan, the NED university of Engineering and Technology. This year SPEC 2010 is being held on 19th April, 2010.

Last year your contribution was of tremendous help for us in organizing such a successful event. This year along with all the competitions held last year we have come up with a new competition named as "Alternate Energy Competition" which will provide innovative and feasible solutions for the current energy crisis in Pakistan. The event will serve as a platform for all the undergraduates to showcase their technical skills and will surely enhance their abilities for a better performance in their future careers. We have Express News as our media partners this year.

Your generous contribution and sponsorship would be of great assistance and would certainly add to the success of our event. We await your support and look forward to extending our sincerest gratitude for lending the needed support.


Regards,

Dayab Hussain,

Marketing Manager SPEC 2010

Contact info :
dayab_hussain@hotmail.com
+92-334-3018438
At 12:39pm on March 21, 2010, Syed Dayab Hussain said…
Thanks a lot sir for this co-operation.Like every year, we are waiting for your keen consideration in this exhibition. we have got some sponsors but still our main event sponsors are undecided.

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