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November 30th, 2005
More career options at fair
Technology buffs would probably consider MMUís newly-introduced bachelorís degree course in engineering majoring in nanotechnology.
The course will be introduced next February, to propel the relatively new nano tech industry in the country with job opportunities aplenty in the nanotechnological research and development field.
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