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Deliver Engineering in a Right Way

By Engr. Muhammad Hassan. What is the role of higher education in someone’s life, a quote just came across my eyes “A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal the whole railroad”. It might …

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Today’s Engineers… Future Parliamentarians

By Engr. Tabish Abbasi. Pakistan is a country where more than 60% of population is youth. Pakistan, like many other regional countries, has been facing issues due to several reasons such as lack of interest of educated youth in country’s politics, policy making process and socialism. There was a time …

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Wake Up! What’s they saying

By Noor us Sabah. Khawaja Fareed University Engineering Information & Technology (KFUEIT), Rahim Yar Khan. “There is nothing for man except what he strives for” (Al-Quran, Chapter 53, Surah Najm, verse 39) Struggle and hard work with a direction always leads to success. To achieve anything, one must have faith …

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CPEC Symposium at CUST- Media Partner Engineering Cap

Report by Sufyan Maqbool Sheikh. Under the banner of Corporate Linkages ACMA, Association of CUST & MAJU Alumni, organized “CPEC Symposium & Alumni Dinner” on May 11, 2018 by Dr. Ansir Ali Rajput, Associate Dean, Corporate Linkages and Muhammad Usman Javed, President ACMA. The event was co-organized by Obortunity Consulting …

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The Eternal Connection between Art & Engineering

By Engr. Ch. Waseem Sajjad. There is a profound connection between art & engineering. Creations of works of art and creation in engineering have much in common. How So? They both need a deep level of understanding of the ambiguous nature of real-life situations. Listening attentively to stimulating music, reading …

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Nature for Water Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture under Changing Climate

This year theme for World Water Day 2018 is “Nature for Water” which is important in the present context of anthropogenic activities and induced climate change. Agriculture is the biggest consumer of water and exploiter of nature. This sector cannot be condemned as it serves as the biggest sector providing …

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Techniques of Lean Manufacturing for SMEs

The National Productivity Organization (NPO), Ministry of Industries & Production in collaboration with Asian Productivity Organization, Japan (APO) organized a five-day International “Training of Trainers on Lean Manufacturing for SMEs” from February 26 to March 2, 2018 at Islamabad. 24 Participants from 11 different countries have attended this International program …

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Eight Ways to Conserve Energy with HVAC Maintenance

By: Engr. Inayat Ur Rahman (Engineering Sales Manager at Khan Brothers) Life time Member of HVACR Society Pakistan. Energy conservation is an integral part of commercial facility operations. Managing heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC) through effective operation and maintenance is a best practice for conserving energy at your …

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Temperature Resistant Housing & Buildings Designs

By Aman Hashmi. Temperature is actually not a physical quantity but it can be thought of as a symptom-as the outward appearance of the thermal state of a body. If energy is conveyed to a body, the molecular movement within that body is increased and it appears to be warmer. …

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Why Oil Companies Leaving Pakistan ?

Engr. Sardar Shakut – Senior Manager Well Served Oil Company. Interview by Engr. Asghar Hayat I was born in Rawlakot Azad Kashmir. My Father got commission in army in 1959. My father got injured in 1971 war and we  shifted to Rawalpindi, he got tamgha e basalat . I passed Fsc …

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