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January 12th, 2005
PU is all set to expand its horizons and usher in a hi-tech future for students. It plans to start a new M.Tech course in nano-science and technology from July 2005.
A two-year course, the first semester will have an introductory session of physics, chemistry, maths and biology and will be designed to get all students at par with each other, said Prof V.K. Jindal, the convener of the programme. Also, computer application exercises along with lab work would be undertaken.
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