2009– Present GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology
o BS in Engineering Sciences (currently in sixth semester) CGPA(2.84/4)
2006 – 2008 Lahore Grammar School (Lahore)
o A’ levels (2 A grades)
2003 – 2006 Lahore Grammar School (Lahore)
o O’ levels (7 A grades)
Comwave Telecom Canada (Outsourced to NYN’s International)
(JUN 2008 – NOV 2008)
Outbound Telemarketing Sales Agent
Intern at Wateen Telecom
(JUN 2011 – JUL 2011)
Worked on multiple projects as a member of the C - 4 team.
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Topped my faculty in two semesters.
Selected for a Fulbright scholarship program. (USA)
Scholarship for my A levels (Lahore Grammar School).
Member of the student council at Lahore Grammar School.
Chess Club President at Lahore Grammar School.
Captain of school chess team for five years.
School Color in Chess.
Best A levels Chess player (2008)
Best O levels Chess player (2006)
International Kangaroo Mathematics Contest (Within the top 5% in Pakistan)
Mensa I.Q. Test (Within the top 5% in Pakistan)
Executive member of Cultural, Dramatics and Entertainment Society GIKI.
Member of organizing team of the successful All Pakistan Dramatics Competition ’10 and ‘11.
Team Leader of Publicity and Liaison for the GIKI Dramatics Competition ‘12.
Team Leader of Liaison for the All Pakistan Dramatics Competition ‘12.
Executive member of the team that pioneered FES Council (Faculty of Engineering Sciences Council).
Hosted interactive sessions during All Pakistan Dramatics Competitions ’10, ’11, ‘12 for a crowd of over 500.
Volunteered twice at SOS Village for a month each. (2006 and 2010 - Lahore).
Volunteered at the School for Mentally and Physically Disabled (Lahore).
Actively participated in a fund raising campaign for Fatima Memorial Hospital (Lahore).
Participated in numerous theatrical performances in GIKI.
Participated in sports throughout school: cricket, tennis, table tennis, badminton, chess, basketball, and swimming.
Sports, acting, traveling.
One of the things that really bother me is that there are a lot of people in Pakistan who do not want to vote. They don't think that any political candidate is up for the job and that all of them are corrupt and consequently not worthy of their vote. I agree with them to a large extent but I don't believe that not voting for anyone is a solution. By not participating on the day of election, we give those who want to come into power through unfair means, a freeway to fulfill their desire and ruin the entire democratic setup. Why not vote for the least corrupt? Why not vote for the best among the given options, no matter how obnoxious that choice be, and take a few leaps in the right direction rather than not moving at all? Democracy takes time to evolve. Take part in it, give it it's due time and then bare the fruit for all your patience.
About anything at all. Why limit yourselves to just a few subjects? If I'm not familiar to that subject/topic, I'll learn something new!
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