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Blogger Profile: Zanira Ali


' Writing is my passion. It is the most powerful tool used for centuries to influence and shape the thoughts of men'

Zanira Ali  is a sophomore at KEMU. She believes in the existence of positive and negative energy, aliens, magic, Karma, feminism and humanism. She loves to read books. Among her favourite ones are 1984, Animal Farm and inferno. Her usual past times are watching tennis and football, playing NFS, keeping a journal, cooking and building castles in the air. She just wishes to be a better human  before she graduates. 

Her Blogs:


A Levels students: You can make it to KEMU
'The blog features some tips for the O/A Level students who aspire to practice medicine.'

'The day I set foot in the university I had no idea the conventional was about to change. When I was told we were the 'lucky batch' because we were going to experience the modern module system my happiness was beyond bounds. I told everyone about how the university was finally taking an initiative to improve the orthodox educational system.'


'This blog will give you an insight on Kemlife. 11 things that every freshman goes through'


'How many of us have fantasized about life in another century? I know I have. So I decided to do a little research in the past couple of days about the evolution of medicine and I was amazed by quite a lot of things that I came across. Medical science has evolved so much in the past couple of centuries (Thank God for that). Almost everything was run on chance in those days. From the most bizarre equipment to astonishingly stupid theories (as it appears to modern man today) such as bloodletting, people have experimented with them all. Frankly, I am grateful that they did, for experimentation leads to perfection. Here are a few facts that you will probably find interesting. Enjoy :)'




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