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Aga Khan Development Network: Feb 2003 - June 2004
     

“Working with him was fun, exhausting, at times extremely tiring and frustrating but through out a great learning experience. His total commitment to quality and his firm enforcement of deadlines, his willingness to call a spade a spade, made it an experience to remember. There were times when I would dread signing into MSN messenger but I am happy for the opportunity to work with him!!! I learned a lot and gained a friend."

Liesel Krishnan, Diamond Jubilee High School for Boys, India

     

"My impressions of working with you on an international worldwide scope was actually that you weren't. Let me explain that: given the time and energy you devoted to this school, it seemed as though we were the only insitution you were working with! That personal touch and your obvious enthusiasm for the project was very helpful. [At times it seemed as though you had a special arrangement to have more than 24 hours in your day!]"

- Natasha Tavares, The Aga Khan Academy, Nairobi

     

"Dear Nisar,

You ask about the experience of working together. The person who needs praise for patience is not me, but assuredly yourself. I had to put things together for just one school. You had to assemble material for many. How did you keep going? You were very polite about deadlines and text changes. I doubt I could have remained so cool.

I think I told you I had started work on web site content in the mid-nineties. Nothing serious came along until last year. Your approach was overpoweringly thorough and detailed. At last, it was being worked on by a dedicated professional. So, I did feel the project was in safe hands, and the effort exceptionally worthwhile.

I do hope there may be some opportunity to continue working together."

- Dr John Pragnell, Aga Khan High School, Uganda

     

"Thanks for your mail. It has been a pleasure working with you. I congratulate you on successful completion of the assignment of working on this vast website. Though we met only once in Dar es Salaam, you kept so much in contact with us. I like the friendly tone of your request for updates. Though far away I could hear your polite tone from your e-mail."

- Silver Ogwal, Aga Khan Mzizima Secondary School, Tanzania

     

"Greetings from Dhaka !

It is indeed a mixed feeling of joy and sorrow. Sorry, to know that you will no more be in contact with us and glad to know that the website development task is now completed.

It was indeed pleasure meeting you in Dhaka and working with you on this very important and exciting project. You have certainly done a commendable task, and we are amazed at your professionalism. Your rapid responses and queries at each stage of development of this website, was much appreciated by all of us. On the whole, it was a wonderful experience !

- Sulaiman Ajanee, Aga Khan Education Service, Bangladesh

     

"Hello Nisar,

I wish you well for the future. You are a very driven task worker and I appreciated your time management skills. Enjoy your well deserved break."

- George Kays, Aga Khan School, Dhaka

     

 

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