MUET's role in Tech-Job-Pandemic-Future ft. Dr. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili | Podcast #2 | The IT world today
The real drive of this podcast is based on the real problems raised infront of the Vice-Chancellor of MUET Jamshoro, Professor Dr. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili. As the discussion takes emphasis on different areas of Technology and innovation, progress in IT industries w.r.t MUET students and the changes brought in MUET by introducing Technology. With that we had our main topic of MUET Graduates getting industry-ready and securing a successful job and representing MUET. Pandemic, is what we all observed in early 2019 due to COVID, and how MUET helped students in Pandemic with their decision to continue with virtual and hybrid modes of education on the campus. Lastly, we discussed the Futuristic MUET, the MUET that is wished to be seen in the next 10 years, and plans.
Watch our worthy Vice Chancellor of Mehran UET (MUET) Jamhsoro speak on different aspects of the role being played by MUET in Technology, Jobs, Pandemic, and the Future.
Meet the cohosts- Fatima Yousif:
Fatima Yousif is a 3rd Year Software Engineering Student from MUET, Jamshoro. She is also serving as the Google DSC MUET Jamshoro lead 2020-2021. She has been a TechKaro, CIRCLE student, and a buddy. With that, she has been featured in SheLovesTech 2020, Lahore round as a TechKaro successful student sharer.
Inayat Ali, our very own Director Activist from Google DSC MUET 2020 chapter, who's a 3rd-year Software Engineering student from MUET, Jamshoro. He has stood out as a great student for his achievements as a winner in Open Day'19, runner up in Open Day'20, with that too he is a pentester and a JS developer.
Meet our Speaker- Professor Dr. Muhammad Aslam Uqaili:
Mohammad Aslam Uqaili is current Vice-Chancellor at Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Jamshoro, Pakistan, and a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering.
Dr. Aslam Uqaili graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from NED University of Engineering and Technology in 1986. He has earned masters and doctoral degrees in electrical engineering and masters in economics.