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									                         Tauseef Ahmad Siddiqui
Address                                                                  Cell: +92333-5386221
Flat No 804, Poonch House Complex
Saddar Rawalpindi, Pakistan.                                            Email:tauseefsiddiqui@yahoo.com



OBJECTIVE

               To pursue a challenging career in a growth oriented organization that offers its
         employees opportunities for professional and personal development, and to establish my
         own brand as an individual who is willing to learn every step of the way especially in the
         telecommunications field.

ACADEMICS


            Year                 Degree                           Institution
          2007            MS (Telecomm)       Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden
                                              Comsats Institute of Information Technology,
          2005           BCE (Computer)
                                              Islamabad, Pakistan
                                              Cadet College Hassanabdal
          2000            HSSC(Pre-Eng)

          1998             SSC(Science)       Cadet College Hassanabdal


WORK EXPRERIENCE


     Currently working as NSS ENGINEER                 in   ngHLR    TELENOR PROJECT in         HUAWEI
     TECHNOLOGIES, ISLAMABAD, PAK                                        (July 2008-till now)

     My responsibilities include the following.

          HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE MAINTENACE OF HUAWEI ngHLR
          TOOK PART IN SUCCESSFULLY 14 MIGRATIONS FROM SIEMENS HLRi TO HUAWEI ngHLR
          TO SOLVE SUBSCRIBER RELATED ISSUES(currently 33 million subscribers)
          TO GENERATE MAINTENANCE AND KPI REPORTS
          INTERNATIONAL ROAMING PARTNERS ISSUES
          GPRS ISSUES
          CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF ngHLR
          HANDLING CUSTOMER RELATED ISSUE ON DAILY BASIS
          MONITORING AND HANDLING ALARMS

     During this job I had the hand on experience on the following Tools.

          SMU (Subscriber Management Unit).
          LMT (Local Maintenance Terminal).
          M2000 (ALARMS MONITORING AND KPI REPORTS)
          HP SERVICE DESK (TT’s and Work orders)
          ATTACKHORN
          SDMT
          HUAWEI CUTOVER TOOLS
          UNIX BASED SYSTEM



NFC Institute of Engineering and Technological Training Multan                     (Dec 2007-June 2008)

                 Worked as a Lecturer

         Job responsibilities:

                To manage administrative work
                 Delivering Lectures on circuit theory, computer architecture &
                 Organization, communication system, DSP.
                Conducting labs related to courses.
INTERSES:


  Worked as Microwave Transmission Engineer in International System Engineering & Services (Interses)
                                                                           [Jan 2006 – July 2006]
       Job responsibilities:

                    Installation & Configuration of NEC microwave equipment for Ufone, Paktel,Warid & WLL.
                    Troubleshooting of the faulty links.
                    Performing Acceptance Test Procedure(ATP)
                    Conducted Surveys for Telenor, Paktel

        On job following tools were used

                  PNMT
                  Map Grid


MOBILINK:

                                                                                     [Sep 2005 till Jan 2006]
        Worked as a Trainee Engineer in Mobilink NSS Planning Department

        Job responsibilities:

                      Connectivity Planning and implementation of new NEs with all regions.
                      HLR & VLR Reports.
                      BHCA (Busy Hour Call Attempts) Report.
                      Sim testing

        On job training of the following tools were used

                  Switch Commander(Siemens)
                  NMC (Alcatel)




Master Thesis


Fixed Wimax & Mobile Wimax

                    The thesis gives the knowledge about the two main applications of WiMAX today: fixed
WiMAX applications are point-to-multipoint enabling broadband access to homes and businesses, whereas
mobile WiMAX offers the full mobility of cellular networks at true broadband speeds. Both fixed and mobile
applications of WiMAX are engineered to help deliver ubiquitous, high-throughput broadband wireless
services at a low cost.

								
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