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June 7th, 2007
'University syndicates should work without political interference'
The University had started new courses in nanotechnology, aerospace engineering and aircraft maintenance engineering to train students in new-age sciences, he added.
Dr Aziz said new centres were opened for science communication, weather forecast and tsunami studies at the University.
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