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June 14th, 2007

Jamia to start course in Nano-Technology

Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) is all set to begin an M-Tech course in Nanotechnology from this year. The course will aim to provide extensive knowledge to students in fields such as microelectronics, advanced materials, electro-optics and medicine.

The Physics Department has developed research and development activities in nanotechnology and Microsystems in collaboration with DRDO and NPL for conducting the course.


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