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Entrepreneurship in Engineering – Opportunities in Pakistan

By: Sarmad Shahbaz After reading the title, first things that come to your mind will be Entrepreneurship. What is Entrepreneurship? Let’s start with the fact that Entrepreneurship is one of the strongest building blocks in a country’s economy. There’s no harm if you see that entrepreneurs shape the country’s economy and …

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Engineer’s Favorite Songs

By Khaled Qayum What is your favorite song? My new friend in US asked me this question. A pretty simple question. I had recently joined this American University and this guy was my class fellow. We were in the process of befriending and getting acquainted. “Oh, let me think”. I …

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Energy efficiency

Energy plays a very pivotal role for economic development of a country and most importantly in manufacturing sector. In contemporary era, an instant high in price of petroleum is ultimately creating a gap in the demand and supply of electricity in Pakistan. In this scenario it has become imperative to …

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UES Guest House, Bhurban

USE Guest House Bhurban Servicing Engineers with Humility & Hospitality By Engr. Nadeem Saddique Malik Adequacy of lodging and tourist support facilities has always been considered a significant gap in the promotion of tourism in our beloved homeland blessed with bounties of nature with all its facets.  Attending to this area …

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What is Science and How Does it Begin

Written by: Saima Batool What comes to mind when you think of a scientist? It may be picture of one who is engrossed in all sorts of tangible and intangible queries. One who is obsessed with arcane experiments and trying to make head or tail out of incomprehensible, unfathomable thoughts …

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The man who defeated the desert

By: Engr. Khaled Qayum It is a very heartwarming story. It comes from a little known country out of West Africa. The name of the country is Burkina Faso. It is a land locked country surrounded by six countries which includes Niger, Mali, Ghana, Benin, Ivory Coast and Togo. The country …

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Book of the Month – “Bohat Kamayen”

Engineering Cap has started the segment of introducing books that are worth reading for professional career and business. This would be a regular feature in Engineering Cap magazine. The title of the book for December is “Bohat Kamayen” (Earn a lot). The book is in Urdu language and written by …

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Nikola Tesla The Overlooked Engineer

Nikola Tesla The Overlooked Engineer  Written by: Tayyab Khalil On the thunderous stormy night of Thursday, July 10, 1856, a child was born in the Smiljan village of the Austrian Empire. Interpreting the lightning storm as a bad omen, the midwife responsible for the infant’s birth asserted that he would be …

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Lean Banking

Lean Banking By Khaled Qayum SVP-CBG Should we go lean? A lot of banks in the West are asking today. What does the word “Lean” signify? Does it mean getting rid of the employees? Hardly! The word “Lean” or the “Lean Philosophy” has been adopted from the manufacturing industry, where …

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Counter Point

Counter Point by Engr. Asghar Hayat According to administration of Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) and the official announcements through website and social media, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Engr. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has approved the demand of service structure for engineers during the Engineers Convention 2017. However, people and stakeholders …

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