Interviews
EMEAA Call for Application for Financial Aid 2016 (2)

EMEAA Call for Application for Financial Aid 2016 (2)

EMEAA Financial Aid is calling for applications for financial aid program 2016 (Phase II). Every year Alumni funds in two rounds (separately assessed) and provide funds to deserving students (need + merit). EMEAA supports needy students based on their merit. Please fill in the form below. You are also required to send proofs of income,...
Open House & Job Fair 2015

Open House & Job Fair 2015

College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering is a constituent College of National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST). This elite institute is ranked amongst the top in Pakistan and students with only the highest merit are given admission to it. Accordingly our product, in terms of graduates and their projects are of the highest class....

Career Counselling Seminar by EME Alumni and ICTEC– June 13th

ICTEC in collaboration with Alumni Association brings to you a comprehensive Career Counselling event ! Register at:  http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=ci1nSU1PWjJaSkltWlNwcG5oNmtJRFE6MA.. website (ICT & Entreprenuership Club_ http://ictec.wordpress.com) ICTEC in collaboration with Alumni Association brings to you a comprehensive Career Counselling event ! Whether you need advice on resume writing or want to improve your interview skills? We have...

Interviews from EME Alumni – Kashif Siddiq (22 EE)

a) What is your current place of study/work? (What’s the best part of it? Share your experience) Current place of Work: FAST – National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences (NUCES), Islamabad. Best part of it: Very good management, environment congenial and conducive to productivity b) Write major milestones of your career after leaving EME....

Interviews from EME Alumni – Muhammad Rizwan (23 EE)

a. What is your current place of study/work? (What’s the best part of it? Share your experience) Lecturer in School of Science and Technology, University of Management and Technology.(The best part of it is the flexibility of timings; secondly I can directly contribute to the society by training engineers for the future with professional skills and good...

Interviews from EME Alumni – Shahid Masud (7 EE)

  a) What is your current place of study/work? (What’s the best part of it? Share your experience)   I am an Associate Professor of Computer Engineering at Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore. The best part of it is dealing with young souls that have lot of energy and zeal to aim for...

Interviews from EME Alumni – Abdul Hye (24 EE)

  a) What is your current place of study/work? I am working in Kuwait these days as UMTS RF Optimization Engineer, the best part of my job which I found is, it not only gives me chance to learn, study and developed my skills but also provides me an opportunity to travel in different countries.    b) Write major...

Interviews from EME Alumni – Murtaza (19 EE)

a) What is your current place of study/work? (What’s the best part of it? Share your experience) I am currently pursuing PhD at Georgia Institute of Technology. Since this is a research/academic environment you are constantly learn new thing every day. b) Write (very briefly) major milestones of your career after leaving EME. 1. Research...

Top Engineering Interview Questions

Q: Describe yourself. Q: Tell me about your educational background? Q: What do you know about the organization? Q: How would you do justice to the job? Q: What are your weaknesses? Q: What are your salary expectations for this job? Q: What are the projects you have ever undertaken? Q: What do you do...

Tips: Writing your Curriculum Vitae for Scholarships

What is the Difference between a Curriculum Vitae and a Resume? For higher education positions, employers frequently want a curriculum vitae (otherwise known as a vita or CV) instead of a resume. A resume is an individually designed summary (usually one or two pages) of personal, educational, and experience qualifications intended to demonstrate fitness for...

What to Wear for Job Interviews

Posted by: “Muzammil Butt” (the most regular contributor) Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:04 am (PDT) By Peter Vogt, MonsterTRAK Career Coach You have a job interview in five minutes. You’ve learned everything about the company, you’re prepared for any questions they ask, and you even arrived a few minutes early. You couldn’t be more ready. But when you...

Top 10 Interview Tips

Top 10 Interview Tips Posted by: “Muzammil Butt” Sat Feb 14, 2009 12:58 pm (PST) Great interviews arise from careful groundwork. You can ace your next interview if you: Enter into a state of relaxed concentration. This is the state from which great basketball players orOlympic skaters operate. You’ll need to quiet the negative self...