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Re: Sad There Is Not Much High-tech Jobs.

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Posted by Yasir on February 21, 2001 22:22:20 UTC

well.......
even if u r least good at the information abt the world economics and politics ,u must be aware of the fact that what problems pakistan has been facing particularly in the last decade both economically and politically............
education level...28% literacy rate .....and an educated person is defined as one who could write his name on paper......what a pity.!!!!!!!!nevertheless.As far as i am concerned ,in the regional/divisional exams of 10th grade...(matricullation)i was 729/850 which by grade is A+...some ppl out here think its good.....

today i asked my physics teacher abt the emma noether theorem,and his reply was one of offended dignity,
he asked me to repeat the name three times before he finally replied that he had heard that name for the first time......
my biology teacher who was standing by his side,looked at me with his big round eyes and the only thing he could utter was:
"yasir ,r u feeling alright????"

certainly not funny it was pitiful......

however i hav located a site "emma noether.com"-a
fermilab calssroom project...may be of some help......

anyways
thanx for ur help..
IAMNOTAGENIUS

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