The progress meeting of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) held on Nov. 08, 2015.
The most of NED69ers are out of the country and a group of the same is settled in Canada. As all are usually busy with their jobs and family commitments so the group has decided to have a get together at anyone group member’s residence on a dinner so that they all can enjoy and revive their sweet memories of the past and have discussion on the latest global issues.
Eid ul Adha is also called the Feast of Sacrifice and is the second of two religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide each year. In Pakistan the Eid ul Adha was celebrated on Friday September 25, 2015.
SAEEA Joint Secretary, Shafiq Ahmed Khan, has made a nice video clip of the highlights of the city. Please relax and try to watch it on a big screen. I hope you are going to like it.
As a regular practice, SAEEA Managing Committee visits its ailing members. They visited Zaheer Beg, badge no. 71771, on September 07, 2015 at his residence.
The progress meeting of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) held on September 5, 2015.
As a regular practice of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) and on sincere request from Maqbool Ilahi Khawaja, Saudi Aramco badge No. 73418 SAEEA Managing Committee visited him on August 22, 2015 in a very good atmosphere and enjoyed Hi Tea at his residence.
Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) is pleased to announce the launching of their website on a new domain. The URL for the website is http://www.saeea.net The layout of the website is different this time. All the events were mixed in our previous website; now they are segregated into one category and will be convenient for the members to find out the one they are looking for.
Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) celebrated 13th Reunion, 5th Anniversary, Eid Milan, Pakistan Independence Day and birthdays for 5 SAEEA Members on August 09, 2015 at Lavish Dine Restaurant, Karachi.
It was Friday, a holiday as August 14 is the Independence Day of Pakistan. I was dragged by Engr. Ghulam Abbas Cyclewala to attend a flag hoisting ceremony at Al-Nadil Burhani a beautiful Sports Complex near Railway Station owned by Dawoodi Bohra Community.
Saad Qaiser Khan, the youngest son of Mr. Qaiser Majeed Khan and Mrs. Razia Qaiser Khan completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer and Information Systems in 2014 from NED University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan.
Engr. Tanweer Ahmed is the youngest among ten brothers and sisters. At present, his son Usama Ahmed and he are in Pakistan visiting family after being away for six years.
I heard of Mubarak village the very day my university planned a field trip to it. I thought it would be far away from Karachi and that it will take us at least two hours to reach the place. However, it was hardly a drive of 15 minutes from Hawks’ Bay.
Syed Mahmood Ali, Saudi Aramco Badge No. 71274, the living legend, a senior member, 80+ years of age, SAEEA Member, recently moved from the USA to Pakistan and plans to stay here. SAEEA Representatives visited Mahmood to welcome him in Pakistan.
The monthly progress meeting of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) held on July 04, 2015.
We had great desire to establish a welfare organization of our own. My family including my sisters and brothers donate to various welfare schemes individually.
Prof. Dr. Mohiuddin Ali Khan is a NEDian and at present teaching in Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He visits Pakistan every other year
Engr. Syed Misbah Ul Islam Sabri-NED69ers Electrical is settled in Saudi Arabia since 1978. He came along with his wife to Lahore to visit his in-laws family, called me from Lahore that he is planning to visit his elder brother family in Karachi and will be there for two days.
As a regular practice, the following Office bearers of SAEEA visited five SAEEA Members on June 06, 2015.
The monthly progress meeting of Saudi Aramco Ex-Employees Association (SAEEA) held on May 02, 2015.