Southern California Organization of Pak-American Engineers Meets

A group photograph of members of the Southern California Organization of Pak-American Engineers who met in Los Angeles

Los Angeles: A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Southern California Organization of Pak-American Engineers (SCOPE) was held on March 17 at the Aashiana Restaurant in Diamond Bar, California.
SCOPE was established on January 17, 2005 to provide a forum for engineers of all disciplines to interact and pursue activities of a social, cultural and educational nature.
SCOPE is a professional non-profit organization of engineers residing in Southern California region from Santa Barbara to San Diego. The Organization provides a multi-discipline to platform for Pakistani engineers, primarily geared towards professional growth and networking. With the aim of bringing all Southern California-based Pakistani-American engineers together to pursue common interests, SCOPE was created as a result of the efforts of NEDians, the Alumni of NED Engineering University, Karachi, Pakistan.
According to a spokesman of SCOPE, the bylaws have been adopted and a website ( has also been established. The organization pledged to initiate ways and means to foster and encourage cooperation with and among engineers and professionals within and outside the USA. The members decided to meet every two months at different locations in Southern California so to give the organization a regional exposure. The organization has a bright prospect to unite the engineers who are in utmost need of organized networking for meeing their technical as well as social needs.
For more information, please contact the following:
Shahnawaz Ahmad: 626-821-3456
Or Kamran Haque: 714-606-0477



Editor: Akhtar M. Faruqui
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