CPACT is a business association with the primary objective of fostering stronger commercial relations between Pakistan and Canada. Our Offices details are as follow:
3333 Boul. Graham, Suite 700
Mount-Royal, QC, Canada H3R 3L5
Tel: +1 514-360 5200
1212 Dundas St W, Suite B
Mississauga, ON, Canada L5C 1E2
Tel: +1 647-478 8264
Tel: +1 647-709 7816
National Capital Region (NCR)
437 Temiskaming Cr.
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2J 0V5
Tel: +1 613-454 5695
517 Siddique Trade Center
Gulberg Lahore Pakistan 54000
Tel: +92 432-576 4524
firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: +1 514-360 5201
Ali Moeen Nawazish's Achievements
Ali Moeen Nawazish (Urdu: علی معین نوازش) is a Pakistani academic and columnist who serves as the General Manager of Strategy and a weekly columnist for Daily Jang.
Nawazish rose to popularity in 2009 for securing 22 A grades, 1B and 1C A Levels, a world record at that time. He went on to obtain his Bachelor's degree in Politics and International Relations from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and then completed a master's degree in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Born in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, he lived most of his life there. He is the youngest child and both his parents work as doctors. He studied at St Mary's Academy (Rawalpindi), Roots School System during his General Certificate of Education. Ali's academic performance oscillated as a child and some times barely passed. He has claimed that he wishes to achieve greatness and elevate his homeland.He received 9 A's in his O Level, along with a "Top in World" award in computer studies. Then he continued studies at A Level.
He still managed to keep up his leisure pursuits, playing the guitar, cricket and table tennis, and editing his school newspaper. He even found time for a trip to America to attend a Harvard leadership course. Ali also achieved a top score in the U.S. admissions test and was accepted by most Ivy League institutions, including Harvard and Yale. Apart from core science subjects he is almost entirely self-taught. He studied for up to 12 hours a day, using energy drinks to help concentrate.
In his first year at Cambridge, Nawazish achieved a lower second class in Part IA of the Computer Science Tripos. He switched in his second year to Part IIA of the Politics, Psychology and Sociology Tripos and achieved a lower second class. In his third and final year, he achieved an upper second class in Part IIB of the Politics, Psychology and Sociology Tripos.