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October 15th, 2006

HCU to 'grow' institutes to save land from govt

Abstract:
HCU vice-chancellor Dr Syed E Hasnain on Friday announced that at least three institutions will be spawned on the university land to "enable us to keep our land with us."

A centre for nanotechnology is also being planned, for which the funds would come from the department of science and technology.

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indiatimes.com

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